Trap shooting season not quite finished

The Lake City trap shooting team is only mostly finished with the 2018 season.

Fifteen members of the team will compete at the Minnesota High School Trap Shooting Championships in Alexandria on June 13, according to coach Robyn Udenberg.

This year’s team finished fourth in its class. The team and nine individuals qualified for the first-ever national high school clay target tournament in Mason, Mich., July 12-15.


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