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Trap: Owls' Timmerman back in the top 10

Hancock junior Tyler Timmerman is back in the top 10 after four weeks of trapshooting competition. Stevens County Times graphic

Hancock junior Tyler Timmerman is back in the top 10 after four weeks of trapshooting competition. He is in a three-way tie for ninth overall with a season average of 21.25, which is actually lower than his 21.33 average from last week.

Senior Tory Schmidgall fell from third to 13th in the conference. He holds a season average of 20.88 targets hit per 25 target round.

They were the only two Owls to hit 40-plus targets this week.

The Owls wrap up the regular season Saturday, May 25.

They then compete in the Trapshooting Championships at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 10, in Alexandria.

Brooke Kern

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