Clay Target State Tournament will cap 2020-21 League events
Posted: Thursday, June 24, 2021 - 1:43 PM
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. --- The Minnesota State High School League’s Clay Target State Tournament, the final event of the 2020-2021 school year, is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 25 at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake. In case of inclement weather, a rain date is set for Saturday, June 26.
Forty teams and nearly 100 individuals have qualified for the tournament that has taken place since 2014, with the exception of 2020 when the global pandemic forced cancellation of the event. In both of the competitions, participants will shoot at 100 targets.
Here is a look at the tournament:
Minneapolis Gun Club, Prior Lake
20006 Judicial Road
Prior Lake, MN 55372
7:30-8:30 a.m. - Team Check-In
8:30 a.m. - Opening Ceremony
9:00 a.m. - Team Competition Begins
12:15 p.m. (approximate) - Team Award Ceremony
12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Individual Competition Check-In
1:00 p.m. - Individual Competition Begins
3:30 p.m. (approximate) - Individual Awards Ceremony
Qualifying teams: Albert Lea; Alden-Conger; Alexandria; Annandale; Badger/Greenbush-Middle River; Bemidji; Benson; Blaine; Dassel-Cokato; Delano; Detroit Lakes; East Ridge; Fairmont; Foley; Forest Lake; Groves Academy; Hastings; Hibbing; Hutchinson; Rochester John Marshall; Jordan; Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg; Lakeview; Lakeville South; Mabel-Canton; Mayer Lutheran; New Prague; Owatonna; Park Rapids; Pillager; Prior Lake; Proctor; Red Wing; Roseau; St. Michael-Albertville; Thief River Falls; Tri-City United; Underwood; United South Central; Wheaton.
Participants in the individual competition:
Ada-Borup --- Ashton Carlsrud. Albert Lea --- Cole Estes. Alden-Conger --- Ann Huper, Mike Huper, Dylan Kohler, Ali-Jean Petersen. Alexandria --- Devin Dummer, Erik Knight, Jake Mader. Badger/Greenbush-Middle River --- Dawson Beito. Becker --- Bradley Bible. Benson --- Gabe Abner, Anthony Klassen, Miranda Klassen. Big Lake --- Emery Anderson, Maxwell Hauan, Brady Plattner. Blaine --- Quinn Steinworth. Brainerd --- Hudson Hubbard, Torsten Roscoe. Brandon-Evansville --- Riley Bitzan, Braydon Englund, Chase Holtberg, Hunter Koep, Spencer Olson, Kyle Schaffran. Comfrey --- Bradyn Romsdahl. Delano --- Reed Schmidt. Duluth Denfeld --- Peter Smith. East Ridge --- Jeffrey Blake Reed, Jr. Farmington --- Ethan Pratt. Fertile-Beltrami --- Kade Ramsey. Foley --- Breckan Hanks, Elias Kobienia, Hunter Olson. Forest Lake --- Cooper Auge. Frazee-Vergas --- Christian Petron. Groves Academy --- Daniel McHenry. Hastings --- Brennen Kieffer, Brock Mosher, Gavin Smith, Noah Woodward. Hermantown --- Jacob Gange, Bronson Hoglund, Brett Johnson. Hibbing --- Samuel Juidici. International Falls --- Colter Reller. Jordan --- Jacob Stay. Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg --- Brock Engler, Hunter Wilts, Tanner Wilts. Kimball --- Jack Knaus. Lake of the Woods --- Hadyn Rennemo. Lakeville South --- Sean Cameron, Benjamin Nachreiner. Lanesboro --- Holdyn Willford. Lester Prairie --- Trever Schauer. Mabel-Canton --- Colton Heintz-Kuderer, Austin Snell, Tracer Tollefsrud. MACCRAY --- Logan Cronen. Marshall --- KayLynn Sieber. Marshall School, Duluth --- Tyler Anderson. Mayer Lutheran --- Adler Jopp. Melrose --- Jack Ellering. Minnewaska Area --- Dustin Peterson. Mounds View --- Nathan Swanson. New York Mills --- Chase Keskitalo. NRHEG --- Caden Beauvais. Owatonna --- Joseph Earl. Park Rapids --- Alex Eischens, McKenzie Girtz, Kaiden Walsh. Prior Lake --- Wesley Brainard, Justin Kingery, Tanner Thompson, Ian Wheatcraft. Proctor --- Allana Carlson. Randolph --- Cory Timm. Red Wing --- Chloe Struss. Rochester Lourdes --- McKaid Schotzko. Roseau --- Beau Keagle. Rushford-Peterson --- Brady Gile. South St. Paul --- Boone Johnson. Spring Grove --- Ashlynn Hammel. Spring Lake Park --- Will Ostenson. Tri-City United --- Dylan Fox, Wyley Petersen. Wayzata --- Davis Hay, Hunter Kurth, Nathan Schultz. Worthington --- Chad Buntjer.
Top 10-ranked participants:
1. KayLynn Sieber, Marshall
2. McKenzie Girtz, Park Rapids
3. Chloe Struss, Red Wing
(tie) Leo Brand, Champlin Park
(tie) Ashton Carlsrud, Ada-Borup
(tie) Braydon Englund, Brandon-Evansville
7. Miranda Klassen, Benson
(tie) Kaiden Walsh, Park Rapids
(tie) Bradley Bible, Becker
(tie) Brock Engler, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg
School Space Media will livestream the award ceremonies for both the team and the individual competitions. There is no charge for the stream. Find the stream at www.prepspotlight.tv