Led by Kory Miller, Apple Valley tops Class 4A in trap shooting championship

Action during the 2017 Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Championships. (Minnesota State High School Clay Target League photo)

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — Led by top overall shooter Kory Miller, Apple Valley High School won the Class 4A competition Thursday in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Trap Shooting Championship at Alexandria Shooting Park.

Apple Valley and Miller both won championships in the overall and varsity competition. Also winning team titles were Red Wing (junior varsity) and Northeast Range (novice).

Besides Miller, also winning individual championships: Morgan Kirwin, Morris Area, varsity girls; Ethan Janisch, Thief River Falls, junior varsity boys; Meredith Suess, Mountain Lake, junior varsity girls; Kenneth Aase, Northeast Range, novice boys; and Jordyn Kasprick, TRF, novice girls.

A drone’s-eye view of the massive gathering at the Alexandria Shooting Park.

For more 4A results, click here. The Class 5A competition was in progress Friday.

The event, regarded as the world’s largest shooting sport event, runs through Tuesday, June 20. The championship serves as a team qualifier for the state tournament, scheduled June 24 at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake.

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