League lead narrows for SG shooters


Xander Lewis led Lion trap shooters in week 2. File photo by S. Lee Epps
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S. Lee Epps

The Spring Grove clay target team remained in first place despite having only the third best team score in week two. Hailey Conway remained the top-scoring girl in the Conference 1A-7.

Third place Kingsland scored 953.5 points to 940.5 for second place Rochester Mayo and 907.5 for the Lions who saw their season advantage over the Spartans slip from 101 points to 68. 

Eighth grader Xander Lewis led the Lions with a 48 (out of 50), starting with a 25-straight in his first round.

Kyle Hagen was one bird back at 47 with CJ Sylling at 46. Brandon Anderson and freshman Camron Kraus each dispensed with 44 flying targets. Conway and Tanner Thesing each turned in a 43.

Carson Gerard and Marie Petersen each splintered 42 targets. Also contributing to the 13-score team total were Jacine Johanningmeier (40), Ashlyn Hammel, Maria Myrah and Austin Conway.

Seven Spring Grove boys and seven Lion ladies were among the top 25 shooters in their respective season rankings.

Conway is the league's leading lady with a season average of 22.25, and Petersen is third. Johanningmeier and Hammel are among the top 10 while Myrah, Marah Mathison and Taylor Reinhardt are also on the top 25 list.

Hagen currently ranks second among conference boys with a season average of 23.75. Lewis and CJ Sylling are tied for fourth (23.50) with Anderson resting in sixth place.

Also among the top 25 boys are Kraus, Thesing and Gerard.

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>>>Conference 1A-7

Spring Grove…..……..1,919.5

Mayo………………....1,851.5

Kingsland………..…...1,707.5

J-W-P…………….…..1,268.0

Wabasha-Kellogg…....1,152.0

Math & Science…..….1,013.5

Totino-Grace……..….1,012.0

Bl’mington Jefferson.....996.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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