Trap Shooting: Pequot Lakes Patriots take fourth in nation

The Patriots' "Squad 1" finished with a total score of 972

The Patriots' "first squad" clay target team was fourth-best in the nation on Sunday, July 10, 2022.

MASON, Michigan – Pequot Lakes sent two squads to the USA Clay Target League National Championship on Sunday, July 10, where Squad 1 finished fourth overall with a total score of 972.

Their team score was just five shy of the first-place team, Calhoun High School in Illinois.

Cooper Johnson led the way for the first-squad Patriots, hitting 100 and 97 targets, respectively, over two rounds. He also finished 21st in the individual competition.

Jaden Anderson, Maddie Pettit, Mitchell Morrison and Annika Wiczek rounded out the first squad. None of them had a round worse than 95.

Pettit and Kinney finished 12th and 18th, respectively, in individual competition, while Wiczek was 35th.


The Patriots’ second squad finished in 191st place overall. Competing for them were Alaina Kinney, Tommy Franz, Greyson Schmidt, Chase Larson and Keean Kerger.

Squad 1 team scores

Cooper Johnson 100 97

Jaden Anderson 99 98

Maddie Pettit 97 96

Mitchell Morrison 96 98

Annika Wiczek 95 96

Squad 2

Alaina Kinney 97

Tommy Franz 90

Greyson Schmidt 89

Chase Larson 78

Keean Kerger 75.


Male Division

Cooper Johnson 96 100 placed 21st

Mitchell Morrison 98 96 placed 86

Keean Kerger 90 placed 690

Grayson Schmidt placed 1169

Female Division

Maddie Pettit 94 98 placed 12th

Alaina Kinney 96 94 placed 18th

Annika Wizcek 35th

25/50/75/100 straights

100 straight

Cooper Johnson (twice)

75 straight

Cooper Johnson (twice)

Jaden Anderson

50 straight

Cooper Johnson

Jaden Anderson

Mitchell Morrison

Maddie Pettit (twice)

Tommy Franz

Alaina Kinney

25 straight

Cooper Johnson

Jaden Anderson

Maddie Pettit

Annika wizcek

Mitchell Morrison

Tommy Franz

Alaina Kinney

Grayson Schmidt

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