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Pequot Lakes shooters in 1st place

Pequot Lakes remained in first place in the Class A, Conference 6 fall standings with 6,953 points after four weeks of the clay target season. Proctor is second with 5,263 while Coon Rapids is third with 5,094 in the Minnesota State High School C...

Members of the Pequot Lakes fall trap shooting team include, front row from left: Coaches Ted Ebnet and Scott Goddard, Cole Kaneski, Dalton Ebnet, Jake Johnson, Braden Holmes, Dawson Rickard, Jaden Bray, Josh Pettit, Hunter Hoffbeck, Henry Harguth and Jordan Goddard. Back row: Coach Vince Pierson, Brock Andrews, Jack Keiffer, Chris Newton, Hunter Larson, David Schroeder, Jack Harguth, Hunter Ebnet, Addie Pierson and Collin Stattelman. Submitted photo
Members of the Pequot Lakes fall trap shooting team include, front row from left: Coaches Ted Ebnet and Scott Goddard, Cole Kaneski, Dalton Ebnet, Jake Johnson, Braden Holmes, Dawson Rickard, Jaden Bray, Josh Pettit, Hunter Hoffbeck, Henry Harguth and Jordan Goddard. Back row: Coach Vince Pierson, Brock Andrews, Jack Keiffer, Chris Newton, Hunter Larson, David Schroeder, Jack Harguth, Hunter Ebnet, Addie Pierson and Collin Stattelman. Submitted photo

Pequot Lakes remained in first place in the Class A, Conference 6 fall standings with 6,953 points after four weeks of the clay target season. Proctor is second with 5,263 while Coon Rapids is third with 5,094 in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League standings.

Pequot Lakes' Hunter Ebnet is the top male shooter in the conference with a 23.25 average. Other top shooters for Pequot Lakes are Brock Andrews, 3rd at 22.88; David Schroeder, fourth at 22.75; Dalton Ebnet, 6th at 22.13; Collin Stattelman and Dawson Rickard, tied for 10th at 21.88; Jake Johnson, 21st at 21.25; Chris Newton and Jack Keiffer, tied for 22nd at 21.13. Top female shooters for Pequot Lakes are Adelaide Pierson, fourth at 19.0; and Jordan Goddard, 13th at 15.5.

Top shooters for Pequot Lakes in Week 4 were Brock Andrews and Hunter Ebnet, both with 47, Jack Keiffer 45, Jake Johnson 44, Dalton Ebnet 43, Chris Newton and Collin Stattelman 42, and Jack Harguth, Hunter Hoffbeck and Dawson Rickard, all with 40.

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