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College Trap Shoot: Raiders compete in MCAC championship

The Central Lakes College Raiders trap team competed in the MCAC Championship

Jacob Dobson
Jacob Dobson
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ALEXANDRIA — Kyle Peterson of the Central Lakes College Raiders was the team’s top scorer during the Minnesota College Athletic Conference championship Oct. 18, in Alexandria.

Peterson connected on 88 of the 100 targets. Peterson of Norwood-Young America) was teamed with Carter Best, Carter Soens (Brainerd), Kyle Tiller (Spring Lake Park) and Jacob Borgstrom (Brainerd). The team finished with 422 of 500 targets.

The first-place team from Southwest Wisconsin Technical College shot 476 of 500 targets.

Megan Tritz
Megan Tritz

The Raiders finished with two Top-10 shooters in the conference final season standings in Megan Tritz of Darwin with a 21.4 average out of 25 and Jacob Dobson of Pillager with a 23.7 average.

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