NORTH CRAWFORD AND SENECA - The North Crawford and Seneca Trap Shooting Teams both showed great improvement in conference competition in the Spring 2019 season. Both Teams finished second in their conference.
North Crawford competed in Conference 3, and took second place with 2,829 points. Plymouth took first; Cassville took third; Waterloo took fourth; Drummond took fifth; Clintonville took sixth; and Randolph took seventh.
Seneca competed in Conference 2, and took second place with 1,818.50 points. Mishicot took first; Marinette took third; Colby took fourth; Sauk Prairie took fifth; Valders took sixth; Fall River took seventh; and Iola-Scandinavia took eighth.
Athletes from both teams succeeded in shooting a ’25-Straight’ in the regular season. Gabe McCann and Chase Baumeister of North Crawford both shot a 25-Straight in week one, and Caleb Johnson got his in week five. Seneca’s Joey Oppriecht shot a 25-Straight in week five. In addition several athletes from both teams shot 25-Straights at the State Shooting Competition in Rome, Wisconsin.
Over the course of the regular five-week season, the maximum points each athlete could score was 250.
North Crawford Seniors scored the following points in the season; Gabe McCann (218), Gavin Schell (213), Riley Chellevold (181), and Sandon McClurg (220). North Crawford Juniors scored the following points: Paxton Swiggum (205), Preston Herfel (199), and Matt Cody (188). North Crawford Sophomores scored the following points: Caleb Johnson (218), Chase Baumeister (213), and Thomas McCormick (184). North Crawford Freshmen scored the following points: Kaeden Chellevold (207) and Keegan Bender (203). North Crawford eight-grader Wyatt Jones (203), and seventh-grader Satchel McClurg (203).Seneca Seniors scored the following points: Preston Mabb (199), Wyatt Bausch (217), Brandon Eick (197), and Damian Dudenbostel (176). Seneca Juniors Lucas Kilburg (154). Seneca Sophomores scored the following points: Noah Sprosty (181), Kade Simpson (176), Anya Aspenson (168), and Joey Oppriecht (213). Seneca Freshmen scored the following points: Kadin Wallin (202), Lane Wall (211), and Kain Salmon (180).