Beaver Dam Trap Team Wins Conference Meet

On Saturday May 15 the Beaver Dam Trap Team traveled to the WTA Homegrounds in Rome to take part in the Kettle Moraine Trapshooting Conference Final.  This was a 100 bird tournament attended by all 20 teams from the conference.

The Varsity team broke a total of 490/500 targets and won the tournament by 9 birds.  This win also gave the Varsity team the points necessary to take first place in the South Division for the season.  Top scores for the Varsity team were:


Riley Yaroch-99

Logan Denman-99

Logan Sutton-98

Gavin Braun-97

Ashley Blatz-97


The JV team had a total of 454/500 and also took first place in the tournament, winning by 23 birds.  The tournament victory allowed the JV team to move into first place in the South Division.  Top scores for the JV team were:


Alan Arnold-95

Hayden Lund-93

Landon Linke-91

Gabby Wright-88

Mathias Seufzer-87


Individual awards for the Conference Tournament and the regular season were also handed out.  Men’s High Gun was won by Riley Yaroch with a score of 99 with a reverse run of 86. The following team members earned 1st or 2nd team honors at the Conference Tournament:


1st Team Varsity Men-Riley Yaroch 99

Logan Denman 99

2nd Team Varsity Men-Logan Sutton 98

1st Team Varsity Women-Ashley Blatz 97

1st Team JV Men-Alan Arnold 95

2nd Team JV Men-Hayden Lund 93

1st Team JV Women-Gabby Wright 88


KMTC season awards went to the following team members:


South Division High Gun-Logan Denman 529 targets broken

1st Team All Conference Varsity Men-Riley Yaroch

Brandon Walsh

2nd Team All Conference Varsity Men-Logan Lund

1st Team All Conference Varsity Women-Ashley Blatz

1st Team All Conference JV Men-Hayden Lund


Individual achievements from the Conference Final were:


25 Straight-Gavin Braun

Cole Schade

Logan Lund

Dia Frutiger

Alan Arnold

Landon Linke

Hayden Lund


50 Straight-Brandon Walsh

Logan Sutton


75 Straight-Ashley Blatz

Logan Denman

Riley Yaroch


With the conference season finished, the Beaver Dam Trap Team will turn their focus to 2 more 100 bird invitationals, as well as the Wisconsin State Sporting Clays, Skeet, and Trap tournaments.


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