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Schroeder leads Pequot Lakes shooters

Sophomore David Schroeder was top gun for the fourth time in five weeks for the Pequot Lakes trap shooting team's clay target competition on Sunday, May 24, at Lakeshore Conservation Club.

Pequot Lakes trap shooting team top performances for Week 5 competition on Sunday, May 24, at Lakeshore Conservation Club include, front row from left: Jacob Roubal 44, Zack Lyonais 43, Chris Newton 40, Sam Wallace 45, Reid Pierzinski 46, Brady Wolkenhauer 41, Hunter Ebnet 39 and Matthew Fabian 44. Back Row: Henry Harguth 40, Christian Burnett 39, Isaiah Moengen 42, Austin Mesenbrink 45, Brady Evenson 43, David Schroeder 47 and Kirk Johnson 44. Submitted photo
Pequot Lakes trap shooting team top performances for Week 5 competition on Sunday, May 24, at Lakeshore Conservation Club include, front row from left: Jacob Roubal 44, Zack Lyonais 43, Chris Newton 40, Sam Wallace 45, Reid Pierzinski 46, Brady Wolkenhauer 41, Hunter Ebnet 39 and Matthew Fabian 44. Back Row: Henry Harguth 40, Christian Burnett 39, Isaiah Moengen 42, Austin Mesenbrink 45, Brady Evenson 43, David Schroeder 47 and Kirk Johnson 44. Submitted photo

Sophomore David Schroeder was top gun for the fourth time in five weeks for the Pequot Lakes trap shooting team's clay target competition on Sunday, May 24, at Lakeshore Conservation Club.

Schroeder made 47 out of 50 targets while Reid Pierzinski was second with 46 of 50.

Pequot Lakes will compete at the Class AA state championship tournament on Friday, June 12, at Alexandria Shooting Park. Pequot Lakes is currently the runner-up in Conference 6AA behind defending state champion Buffalo.

Pequot Lakes completed its rain delayed Week 4 competition on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19-20. Schroeder was top gun making 48 of 50 targets. Other top shooters were Christian Burnett with 47, Zach Lyonais 46, Brady Wolkenhauer 46, Austin Mesenbrink 42, Jordan Hall 42, Chris Newton 42, Jacob Roubal 41, Hunter Ebnet 40 and Matthew Fabian 40.

High gun for females was a tie between Arielle Roubal and Addie Pierson with 36 out of 50.

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Addie Pierson, left, was high gun female in four of the five trapshoot competitions this season, joins Arielle Roubal and Mariah Bailey as Pequot Lakes High School girls who are currently in the Top 25 in Conference 6AA. Submitted photo
Addie Pierson, left, was high gun female in four of the five trapshoot competitions this season, joins Arielle Roubal and Mariah Bailey as Pequot Lakes High School girls who are currently in the Top 25 in Conference 6AA. Submitted photo

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