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The Kenyon-Wanamingo High School varsity trap shooting team took 28th place out of 33 in Class 3A of the Minnesota High School Clay Target League Trap Shooting Championship Tuesday, June 11 in Alexandria.

The Knights finished with a score of 427 out of 500. Alden-Conger won at 481, edging Annandale at 480.

Four shooters were high gun at 98. Annandale’s Jake Mader won the reverse run tiebreaker to finish first overall.

A team’s top five individual scores are counted for team scoring.

K-W’s contributions came from Tanner Angelstad (93), Kurt Breimhurst (93), Matthew Kohn (82), Alex Lee (82) as well as Sam Lee and Sam Androli (82) who combined for the fifth score.

Angelstad had a perfect score of 25 in round two and Breimhurst had two rounds of 24. They tied for 30th place overall.

The K-W JV team placed 13th with a team total of 394 led by 83 by Lukas Berg and Wyatt Foss. Foss had a round of 25.

The Knights did not qualify individually or as a team for the Minnesota State High School League’s state tournament June 21 in Prior Lake. Top 100 individuals in regular season scoring average and top 40 teams from the meet in Alexandria advanced.

Varsity team totals — 1. Alden-Conger 481, 2. Annandale 480, 3. Wayzata 477, 4. Richfield/Holy Angels 465, 5. Walker/Hackensack/Akeley 460, 6. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 457, 7. Plainview-Elgin-Millville 456, 8. Frazee-Vergas 455, 9. Proctor 454, 10. Rogers 453, 11. Mayer Lutheran 452, 12. Brandon-Evansville 452, 13. Glencoe-Silver Lake 450, 14. Battle Lake 450, 15. Staples-Motley 450, 16. Maple Grove 450, 17. Ashby 449, 18. Pillager 449, 19. Mountain Lake 444, 20. Warroad 443, 21. Duluth Denfeld 439, 22. Morris Area 438, 23. Pierz Healy 433, 24. International Falls 432, 25. Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 431, 26. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 429, 27. Wabasha-Kellogg 429, 28. Kenyon-Wanamingo 427, 29. St. Cloud Apollo 420, 30. Maple River 415, 31. Cleveland 413, 32. Fergus Falls 406, 33. Pine River-Backus 381

Reach Sports Editor Mike Randleman at 507-333-3119 or on Twitter @fdnmike.

Sports reporter for the Faribault Daily News. Graduated from Iowa State University in 2016. Originally from Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

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