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Hastings week five trap and skeet shooting results

Tanner Kordosky earned All-State honors in both trap and skeet shooting this summer. Photo courtesy of Dawn Walker

The Hastings trap team moved up from fifth to finish the season in fourth place in Class 9A Conference 2. The Skeet team moved up from third and was the runner-up in Class 2A Conference 2 and will receive an award at the state championship. End of the season conference awards have been announced and the Tanner Kordosky (24.20) earned second place for Trap Conference Male Season Average. Julia Human (19.10) was third for Skeet Conference Female Season Average.

Trap ended the season in fourth with 91,522.50 points and Bemidji took first with 107,124.50. In Trap Top 25 Season Average by Conference males Kordosky tied-for-second (24.20), Adam Neisen tied-for-16th (23.10), Colin Wittenburg took 19th (23), Wesley Sneddeker tied-for-24th (22.80) and for females Human finished in fifth (22.10), Jenna Anderson was ninth (20.60), Alexandra Dunkel 13th (20.10), Taylor Merritt 17th (19.80) and Allana Kielas tied-for-25th (18.70).

Kordosky (24.20) tied-for-24th for Trap Top 100 Season Average Overall. He will receive an All-State patch and qualified to compete at the Minnesota State High School League Trap Tournament, which was held on Thursday, June 20, in Prior Lake against the top-100 shooters in the state. Kordosky also tied-for-23rd in Trap Overall Top 25 by Gender.

The skeet team ended the season in second with 2,977 points following Wayzata in first with 3,400.50. For Conference Top 10 Overall Season Average Male, Kordosky took fourth (23.20) and for Females Human finished in third place (19.10), Anderson took fourth (19), Kielas was eighth (16.80) and Sydney Woodward was right behind her in ninth (16.20). Kordosky (23.20) finished in a tie-for-ninth for Skeet Top 25 Season Average Overall, earning more All-State honors. He also placed fourth for Skeet Overall Top 10 by Gender.

The following competitors shot straight 25s over the past few weeks: Kordosky, Luke Nadeau Brennen Keiffer, Matthew Slattum, Neisen, Logan McGrath, Duncan Kusant, Carter Bauer, Kielas, Colin Wittenberg, Wesley Sneddeker and Mason Paulson.