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DL trap team fifth in conference

The Detroit Lakes trapshooting team finished the regular season in fifth place in Conference One of Class 5A.

The Lakers accumulated 16,316.5 points over five weeks of shooting finishing less than 50 targets behind fourth place Champlin Park.

Thief River falls dominated the season scoring 23,236.5, surpassing runners-up McGregor-Aitkin-Cromwell by over 2,300 points.

Individually, DL had three of the top eight shooters in the conference.

Jacob Teiken is ranked No. 2 behind only Zach Habedank of Thief River Falls. Teiken is averaging 23.5 clays per round. Habedank leads the standings at 23.8.

Kade Ramsey is third with 23.2 and Noah Olds averaged 22.7 to finish in eighth place.

Also ranked in the top 25 shooters are Dillon Oien (22.0) and Brady Amundson (21.50).

Jenna Tollefson led the DL girls with a 17.90 average, good for 13th overall; Kira Wolf earned a top 25 spot at 14.7/25, which ranks 22nd.

The trap team will compete in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League team championships June 13 at Alexandria Shooting Park.

Class 5A - Conference 1

Team, Total points

Thief River Falls   23236.5

McGregor-Aitkin-Cromwell 19076.5

Parkers Prairie 17761

Champlin Park 16364

Detroit Lakes 16316.5

Pierz Healy 11186.5

Robert Williams

Sports Editor at the Detroit Lakes Tribune. Williams worked prior as the Sports Editor in Perham for the Focus, a Forum Communications newspaper, from 2010-14. 

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