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The Pleasanton trapshooting team had a good season before their State meet in June as the team won their conference.

The Jays are part of 2A Conference 2 and placed first after a five week total of 9,469 points. The best week for the Jays came in week one when they scored 2,194.5 points. Week two they scored 1,771 points, week three 1,870.5 points, week four 1,767.5 points and week five 1,865.5 points.

The Jays also had multiple boys and girls top 25 shooters in the conference.

Brylee Doleshal was 12th for the girls with a season average of 15.2 targets while Remi Rothlisberger was 18th with an average of 13.6. Rees Chapman was 20th for the girls with an average of 12.

The boys had five top 25 shooters. Hunter Bowman was seventh averaging 22.6 targets while Garrett Conley was 11th with 21.9 targets. Dakota Wallace was 12th averaging 21.7 targets while Dylan Rodgers was 15 with 21.5 targets. Hunter Holt was 25th and averaged 20.9 targets.




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