TRAP SHOOTING: Jacks improve to third in conference standings
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School trap shooting team posted the second highest score in Conference 16 for week two, which was enough to move it into third place in the conference standings.
Bemidji’s score of 9,088 was behind only Buffalo (10,539), allowing the Jacks to leap ahead of Andover and Park High School.
Buffalo retains the conference lead after two weeks with 21,248 points, followed by Farmington (19,430) and Bemidji (16,657).
In their shooting session for week two, senior Nic Geiger and sophomore Darren Roth led the way with 49 targets out of 50. Nick Peterson followed with a 47, while Trevor Voss, Kiah Martinson and Brandon Morris had 46s.
Geiger, Roth and Tanner Amundson shot straights of 25 targets, with Amundson’s being the first of his varsity career.
In the top 25 male shooters in the conference are Voss (23.75 average), Peterson (23.5), Geiger (23.5) and Amundson (23). Voss Peterson and Geiger are also among the top 100 in the state.
For the girls, six Lumberjacks are in the top 25, including Martinson (23), Krista Engelmeyer (21.5), Annelise Morris (21.5) Allison Lillquist (21.5), Kaiden Amundson (19.75) and Lyla Stout (18).