Trap team exhibits hard work at Nebraska City

The trap team went to Nebraska City on Saturday, March 24. They did well there and came back with a few medals. One of the medalists was Riley Stewart ’21 earning himself first place in the 16-yard part of the shoot.

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Medal winners Riley Stewart ’21, Lane Zabokrtsky ’21, Buchannan Tietjen (Thayer Central), and Brock Barton ’18 pose after accepting their awards. Photo by: Delainey Stewart

“It feels good because I’m only a freshman and I shot better than everyone else in high school,” Stewart said.

The scores for the Fairbury high school shooters are: Lane Zabokrtsky ’21- 86/100, Stewart- 90/100, Brock Barton ’18- 84/100, Jacob Maschmann ’18- 76/100, Kyle Gregory ’21- 80/100, Austin Massa ’21- 75/100, Cashe Kroll ’21- 73/100, Thomas Kroeker ’19- 69/100, and Ethan Hintz ’21- 62/100.

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Riley Stewart ’21 shoots during his 16-yard round at the Nebraska City shoot on March 24. Photo by: Delainey Stewart

Along with receiving his first place medal, Stewart also came home with a third place medal in 24-25-yard handicap and another third place medal for high overall shooter. Barton received a first place medal for 20-21-yard handicap. Zabokrtsky took home a third place medal for 16-yards. The final medal for the Fairbury Trap team was earned by Thayer Central’s Buchannan Tietjen for third place in 22-23-yard ¬†handicap.

“I want to keep shooting well and hopefully keep getting first,” Stewart said.