The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tiger trapshooting team completed the five-week season Saturday, May 26.

In week four, Dylan Gillespie shot 24 in round one for a two-round total of 45. Brady Cardwell had a 46. Morgan Kirwin had back-to-back 22 rounds for a total of 44 targets hit.

In week five, Cardwell led all shooters with a 44 two-round total. Gillespie shot 43 and Kellen Erdahl hit 42 targets.

The Tigers finished fifth in the nine-team Class 3A - Conference 3 conference. Dylan Gillespie finished 16th individually in the conference for males. Brady Cardwell also finished in the top 25. For females, Morgan Kirwin was third overall with a season average of 21.3.

The Tigers now prepare for the 2018 Trapshooting Championships on Wednesday, June 13 in Alexandria.

WEEK 4 - Jordann Baier 40; Jacob Boots 22; Shyler Buntje 35; Brady Cardwell 46; Carter Deneui 41; Alex Denzer 31; Deven Dybdal 22; Kellen Erdahl 36; Hunter Gades 41; Derek Giese 21; Dylan Gillespie 45; Morgan Kirwin 44; Dalton Koehler 30; Jaden Maanum 40; Andrew Messner 25; Katie Messner 18; Andrew Miller 26; Ryan Miller 34; Jordan Moser 39; Dillon Nelson 29; Brock Peterson 21; Tristan Raths 34; Michael Ruona 38; Abram Schmidgall 29; Dalton Schmidt 39; Trevor Voges 29; Hunter Vogt 40; Chandler Wilts 22

WEEK 5 - Baier 26; Boots 18; Buntje 33; Cardwell 44; Deneui 37; Denzer 37; Dybdal 21; Erdahl 42; Gillespie 43; Kirwin 40; Koehler 22; Maanum 40; Messner 27; A. Miller 32; R. Miller 37; Moser 34; Nelson 33; Peterson 20; Raths 37; Ruona 37; Schmidt 34; Voges 38; Vogt 32; Wilts 37