GRANTSBURG––Members of the Grantsburg Clay Target Shooting Team will be heading to Michigan for the National Championships due to a stellar performance at the State competition in Rome (rural Nekoosa) Wisconsin last weekend.
Grace Covey was the number one shooter in the High Gun-Varsity-Female division with a score of 99 out of 100. Hunter Knotwell of Lancaster was first in the High Gun-Varsity-Male division and he was first overall (male and female) with Grace coming in second place.
Other members of the Grantsburg Varsity team include Charlie Ambelang, Carter Johnson, Trenton Johnson, and Mathew Kottke. Junior Varsity members are Zachary Carlson, Jordan Janes, Tyler Java, Micah Jensen, Hailey Martini, Logan Smestad and Katie Stout.
Siren High School also had participants in the contest. They are Russell Cook and Andrew Gorr (Varsity) and Levi Hayman and Derek Thiex (Junior Varsity). Cook was tied for 15th place in the Varsity Male Division.
July 10-14, 2019, at the MTA Home grounds in Mason, Michigan, over 2,000 of the nation’s best youth clay target student athletes will compete for the title of National Champion.