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TRAP SHOOTING: Bemidji takes 68th at national championships in Michigan

Additionally, Taylor Kehoe took part in the national individual competition, and his score of 197 landed him 17th out of 1,716 shooters.

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MASON, Mich. -- The Bemidji High School trap shooting team challenged the best sharpshooters in the nation recently.

BHS competed in the USA Clay Target League national championship from July 6-11 in Mason, Mich., and two teams took part. The first Bemidji team placed 68th out of 232 teams by hitting 926 out of 1,000 clays, while Bemidji’s second placed 137th by hitting 447 of 500.

Additionally, Taylor Kehoe took part in the national individual competition, and his score of 197 landed him 17th out of 1,716 shooters. He shot a 98 on day one and a 99 on day two, ending with a reverse run of 19.

Calhoun High School (Ill.) earned first place overall in the team competition with a two-day score of 977. Aidan McKinney of Rock Creek High School (Kan.) fired a 199 with a reverse run of 121 to capture the individual title.

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