Week four of the Southeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) High School Trapshooting conference is winding down with Jefferson and Wilmot sitting atop the standings with 4-0 records. Another big winner was Mother Nature who postponed several of this weeks meets.
Jefferson kept their record clean with a 114 to 100 victory over Racine Lutheran. Once again the Eagles were led Cole Mewis who blasted his second perfect round of the season. Tyler Vance and Dakota Davis had a pair of 21’s to lead the Crusaders.
Wilmot kept pace with Jefferson with a 112 over the virtual score of 109 to improve to 4-0. Ryan Lipstreuer again led the Panthers with a 24 and Alicia Dale added a 23.
Bryan Griffey and Joe Glas posted 24’s to lead Westosha Central over Union Grove 113 to 105. Amber Rasmussen paced the Broncos with 23.
Oconomowoc fell to the virtual score of 110 posting a 99. Jacob Oswald topped the Cooney with a 21.
Mason Zager carded a 25 to lead Cudahy over Milwaukee Marquette 113 to 107. Michael Mulhaney and Joseph Kaczmarski blasted 22’s for the Hilltoppers.
Waterford and Badger fell victim to inclement weather while Burlington and Muskego were postponed to high water at the Boxhorn Gun Club, those teams scores will be updated next week.
Winners in Junior Varsity were Jefferson, Union Grove, Wilmot and the first–ever victory for newcomer Milwaukee Lutheran. Daniel Patterson of Milwaukee Lutheran and Dustin Beckman of Jefferson broke 24 each leading the Junior Varsity shooters.
Image courtesy Southeastern Wisconsin SCTP Conference