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TRAP: Bemidji takes first at largest Lumberjack Invitational to date

The Bemidji High School trap team finished first among 16 teams at the Ninth Annual Lumberjack Invitational held at the Bemidji Trap and Skeet Club on Saturday. The invite was the largest held to date, with 329 participants.

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BEMIDJI – The Bemidji High School trap team finished first among 16 teams at the Ninth Annual Lumberjack Invitational held at the Bemidji Trap and Skeet Club on Saturday. The invite was the largest held to date, with 329 participants.

The Lumberjacks finished with a score of 469, topping second-place Alexandria (468) by one. Pequot Lakes (466) rounded out the top three. Bemidji’s team consisted of Garrett Frazer, Taylor Kehoe, Kallen Littler, Caleb Hall and Matt Rud.

Pequot Lakes’ Mitchell Morrison was the high male with a 98, while Goodridge’s Paige Burns took top female honors with 97.

Team Results

1-Bemidji 469; 2-Alexandria 468; 3-Pequot Lakes 466; 4-Park Rapids 466; 5-Roseau 459; 6-Thief River Falls 453; 7-International Falls 451; 8-Blackduck 442; 9-Foothills Christian Academy 432; 10-WHAN 432; 11-Pillager 423; 12-Fosston 382; 13-Crosslake 376; 14-Bagley 372; 15-Warroad 253; 16-Goodridge 190.

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