Nick Simonette

Saving his best score of the year for last, Nick Simonette (above) was the top gun in the final week of regular season competition for the Clipper trap shooters.

At the Caribou Gun Club, the sophomore brought down 24 targets in the first round and 25 in the second for a 49.

The average score was up 0.8 points from last week.

With a 48, Marty Gibbs was a target behind. Younger brother Judd Gibbs connected with 46 clays, and Noah Hermel shot a 45.

Riley Kriha dropped 43 targets. In his best effort of the season, Tanner Simonette also shot a 43.

With a 42, Jake Mueller equaled his best score of the season. Nathan Seeman also broke apart 42 discs.

With 41s were Max Esser, Dakota Alitz, Reid Knish and Kaden Schmidt. Blake Gibbs’ 40 was his highest score of the year.

Brunson Gibbs and Gabe Sullivan each grounded 39 flying clays. With 37s were Aiden Giese, Cole Stocker and Dylan Zimmerman.

Each with a 36, Derek Miller and his younger brother Jeremy Miller both scored their season high. Caleb Possin also had a 36.

Kendra Zimmerman was the top female shooter. Her 34 was her best effort of the spring. Austin Anderley and Adam Seeman also posted 34s.

Greyson Tomaszewski’s 32 was his best of the year. Also with 32s were Chase Bock and his younger brother Gauge Bock.

Charlie Maxfield and Colton Tousley each fragmented 30 targets. John Ritchie scored a 29, Zayden Linder scored 28, Henry Boelter scored a 27, and Marshall Heldberg scored a 26.

Mason Kluntz had a 25 for the week. Zander Hoechst and Jarret Thoms each shot a 23. Tanyon Hoheisel scored a 22, and Abigail Osness recorded an 11.

This Wednesday at Caribou, the team has its awards ceremony and Annie Oakley competition.

Greyson Tomaszewski

Zayden Linder

Marshall Heldberg

Zander Hoechst

Jarret Thoms