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Clay target: Perham Hot Shots land 10 in 7A-Conference 2 season standings

Results from the Perham Hot Shots clay target team.

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Perham's Gage Dulski, left, Seth Berry, middle, and Colby Vroman were the top three varsity shooters for the Hot Shots this spring and finished in the top eight in the season's conference standings.
Contributed / Courtney Vroman
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PERHAM – The Perham Hot Shots are gearing up for the state trapshooting meet in Alexandria June 13-21. Several Perham clay target shooters finished in the top 25 in the conference standings this season.

For the boys, Colby Vroman had the second- best average at 24.3 in the 7A – Conference 2 boys standings. Seth Berry and Gage Dulksi tied for eighth with New Prague’s Owen Hartmann at 23.0. Maddox Wagner tied for 25th with an average of 22.2.

Allison Jorgenson took second place in the girls standings with an average score of 21.1. Hannah Zachariason was right behind Jorgenson in third place at 21.0. Shyanne Watercott and Amanda Jorgenson tied for seventh with 18.8. Alyssa Hartmann rounded out the Perham top-25 finishers in 22nd place with an average of 16.1.

The Hot Shots have 10 graduating seniors this spring, and have two practices left before the state meet in Alexandria. It’s the largest trap shooting event in the world.

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Perham's Anna Jorgenson finished second in the 7A Conference 2 standings with an average score of 21.1. She was named the top female shooter for the Perham Hot Shots for the 2022 season.
Contributed / Courtney Vroman

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PERHAM HOT SHOTS WEEK FOUR AND FIVE SCORES

REID AAKRE 19 21 40* 19 16 35*

SHANE BECK 14 18 32* 19 16 35*

CALVIN BERRY 18 20 38* 25 23 48*

SETH BERRY 23 25 48* 24 25 49*

JONAH BIEGER 21 20 41* 22 20 42*

JAYDEN BORMANN 19 18 37* 17 18 35*

RYLAN BORMANN 20 19 39* 23 19 42*

TAIT BORMANN 16 19 35* 23 20 43*

ETHAN BRASEL 19 18 37* 18 19 37*

AARON BRIARD 20 12 32 0 0 0

ETHAN BRIARD 21 21 42* 0 0 0

GAGE DULSKI 23 23 46* 24 22 46*

KADEN FELDT 22 20 42* 24 24 48*

COLBY FLATAU 23 18 41* 20 23 43*

DOMINICK HAMMERS 20 20 40* 18 21 39*

JACOB HAMMERS 14 11 25 16 17 33*

ALEXIS HARTMANN 7 17 24 12 13 25

ALYSSA HARTMANN 13 22 35* 12 9 21

ASHTON HENDRICKSON 21 20 41* 2 11 13

ALLISON JORGENSON 21 22 43* 22 22 44*

AMANDA JORGENSON 16 19 35* 18 20 38*

BRANDON LARSON 13 11 24 12 11 23

ROREY LINDQUIST 22 24 46* 21 24 45*

BRITNEY LOERZEL 0 0 0 10 16 26

MICHAEL MENZ 14 19 33* 20 21 41*

NATHAN MEYER 15 18 33* 16 14 30*

LOGAN MYERS 22 23 45* 22 21 43*

PAYTAN MYERS 18 20 38* 19 21 40*

JADEN NAGEL 24 20 44* 25 18 43*

ISABELLA PAZDERNIK 20 20 40* 17 23 40*

MORGAN PAZDERNIK 18 17 35* 15 10 25

KADE RASER 25 21 46* 22 22 44*

HAVEN ROTH 14 14 28 23 21 44*

ELI RUNYAN 8 9 17 9 12 21

SIMON RUNYAN 20 17 37* 24 19 43*

MARISA RUTHER 13 15 28 13 11 24

MOLLY RUTHER 12 9 21 8 11 19

BRAYSEN SALO 18 13 31 16 19 35*

EZRA SAMPSON 8 13 21 11 11 22

NEIL SAUTTER 18 14 32 0 0 0

ALEX SAZAMA 25 23 48* 23 25 48*

PRESTON SHAW 22 21 43* 21 19 40*

ERIK SMITH 17 24 41* 19 22 41*

LUCAS SWYTER 18 18 36* 20 20 40*

CYPRESS THIEL 17 22 39* 22 22 44*

COLBY VROMAN 25 25 50* 24 25 49*

MADDOX WAGNER 21 21 42* 21 24 45*

SHYANNE WATERCOTT 16 20 36* 21 18 39*

WYATT WATERCOTT 15 18 33* 20 16 36*

CARTER ZACHARIASON 21 16 37* 22 18 40*

HANNAH ZACHARIASON 22 20 42* 21 23 44*

HENRY ZACHARIASON 7 17 24 15 17 32*

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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