The Detroit Lakes trapshooting team finished the regular season in fifth place in the 10-team Conference 1 of Class 5A and will join more than 8,000 student athletes representing 315 Minnesota high school teams at the 2019 Trap Shooting Championship, June 10-18 at the Alexandria Shooting Park.

Jenna Tollefson averaged 19.90 to rank 10th amongst the top 25 girls shooters in the conference. Kira Wolf ranked 18th (16.80).

WDAY logo
listen live
watch live

Brody Ullyott and Remington Ness finished in the top 25 boys shooters in the conference. Both tied for 18th overall with an average of 22.40/25 targets.

Detroit Lakes scored 26,534.50 over five weeks of shooting to place fifth overall. Blaine won the conference title with a total score of 36,883.50.

The 2019 Trap Shooting Championship is the team-qualifying event for the 2019 Clay Target State Tournament presented by the Minnesota State High School League. In addition to the students who had the top 100 averages during the regular season competition, 40 teams will qualify at the Trap Shooting Championship to compete for the ultimate recognition as MSHSL State Champions on June 21 at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake, Minnesota.


Class 5A, Conference 1

School (Five week point total)

Blaine High School 36,883.50

Cambridge-Isanti High School 36,578.00

St. Francis High School 30,217.00

Princeton High School 29,948.00

Detroit Lakes High School 26,534.50

Underwood High School 24,404.50

Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity High School 22,438.00

Belle Plaine High School 19,078.00

Mora High School 19,009.50

Canby High School 9,484.00