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Olympic Trap Team- Any shooting results?

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  1. sunbroker

    sunbroker TS Member

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    Anybody got any news or scores from this weekend's shoot?
     
  2. txnlegacy

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    Hello,

    The results for day 1 will be posted shortly on our wegpage: http://www.hillcountryshootingsports.com/calendar_of_events.html

    Use the above link & scroll to the correct date 03/09

    They should also be posted on USA Shooting website under results link.

    Bret Erickson leads with a 313. Tied for 2nd place in mens are Matt Wallace, Dominic Grazioli & Lade Bade with a 309. 5th place John Mullins with a 307 and 6th place Derrick Mein with a 306.

    For women's trap Corey Cogdell is in the lead with a 298, Collyn Loper close behind in 2nd place with a 296. 3rd Susan Sledge with a 292, 4th Joetta Dement with a 289, 5th Theresa Dewitt with a 287 and tied for 6th Kelsey Zahaur and Miranda Wilder with a 284. 75 targets were shot today. 50 will be shot on Mon, 75 on Tuesday and 50 on Wednesday. Finals will be Wed.

    Hope this was helpful, will keep you posted

    Deb Barney
    Event Coordinator
    Hill Country Shooting Sports Center
    830-995-5118
     
  3. dbcook

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    anyone know how haley dunn is doing in the womens skeet competition? thanks dwain
     
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    The above link does not work for me. Help? Jake
     
  5. txnlegacy

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    Jakeaoo -- try this link or just go to usashooting.org

    Haley Dunn & womens skeet finals will start competition this Friday & finish on Sun

    Deb
     
  6. dbcook

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    thanks deb..dwain
     
  7. txnlegacy

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    Hi All,

    Click the link listed above to view scores

    this is the link for squadding for last two days:

    just cut & paste:

    http://www.hillcountryshootingsports.com/flyers/TRAPSQUADSDAY3.xls

    Trap Shooters Bret Erickson and Corey Cogdell Still in the Lead after Second Day of 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Shooting (Shotgun)

    KERRVILLE, Texas (March 10, 2008)

    After the second day of competition at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Shooting (Shotgun) Bret Erickson (Bennington, Neb.) and Corey Cogdell (Eagle River, Alaska) remain in the lead for Men’s and Women’s Trap.

    Three-time Olympian Erickson is still in first place for Men’s Trap with a total score of 360 targets. Air Force shooter Dominic Grazioli (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) jumped up into second place with 355 targets. Three-time Olympian and 1996 bronze medalist Lance Bade (Vancouver, Wash.), U.S. Army Marksmanship (USAMU) member Matthew Wallace (Stanton, Tenn.) and John Mullins (Bremerton, Wash.) are tied for third place with 353 targets. Derrick Mein (Walnut, Kan.) is holding sixth place with 351 targets.

    Cogdell, the 2007 Pan American Games and World Cup Korea bronze medalist, continues to hold first place in Women’s Trap with 343 targets. Collyn Loper (Indian Springs, Ala.), a 2004 Olympian, is in second place with 336 targets, while USAMU shooter Joetta Dement (Renton, Wash.) moved up into the third spot with 335 targets. Susan Sledge (El Cajon, Calif.) is in fourth place with 330 targets and Miranda Wilder (Diana, Texas) is right behind Sledge in fifth place with 329 targets. USAMU member and 1996 Olympian Theresa DeWitt (Cincinnati, Ohio) is in sixth place with 327 targets.

    Top shotgun shooters from around the United States are vying for spots on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Shooting (Shotgun) March 8-16, which are being held at the Hill Country Shooting Sports Center in Kerrville, Texas. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Shooting is a collaborative partnership between the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Shooting.

    Men’s and Women’s Trap competition continues tomorrow with day three matches. Finals for Men’s and Women’s Trap will be held on Wednesday, March 12 and will determine the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team for Trap.

    Shotgun athletes will be selected to the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team based on the aggregate score from both the Fall Selection competition, which was held last August, and the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Shooting (Shotgun).

    There are eight spots available to the U.S. Olympic Shotgun team: Men’s Skeet, 2; Men’s Trap, 2; Men’s Double Trap, 2; Women’s Skeet, 1 and Women’s Trap, 1.

    Bye

    Deb Barney
     
  8. Tatanka Donk

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    Hang in there little girl, Uncle Don
     
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    ttt for our Olympic trap shooters.
     
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    Go Susan!!!!!!!!!!!! Break "em All!

    LarryB
     
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    Bret Erickson and Corey Cogdell Hold on to the Lead Going into Final Day of Trap Competition at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Shooting (Shotgun)

    KERRVILLE, Texas (March 11, 2008)

    There is one day of Trap competition to go at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Shooting (Shotgun). Going into tomorrow’s final day for Men’s and Women’s Trap, Bret Erickson (Bennington, Neb.) and Corey Cogdell (Eagle River, Alaska) continue to hold the lead.

    Three-time Olympian Erickson remains in first place for Men’s Trap with a total score of 431 targets. There is a three-way tie for second place going into the final day of Trap competition between Air Force shooter Dominic Grazioli (Myrtle Beach, S.C.), three-time Olympian and 1996 bronze medalist Lance Bade (Vancouver, Wash.) and John Mullins (Bremerton, Wash.) with 422 targets. U.S. Army Marksmanship (USAMU) members Matthew Wallace (Stanton, Tenn.) and Matthew DePuydt (Houghton, Mich.) are tied for fifth place with 421 targets.

    In Women’s Trap, Cogdell, the 2007 Pan American Games and World Cup Korea bronze medalist, has a 12 target lead going into the final day of Trap competition with a total score of 412 targets. USAMU shooter Joetta Dement (Renton, Wash.) jumped into second place with 400 targets; followed by 2004 Olympian Collyn Loper (Indian Springs, Ala.), who is in third place with 398 targets. Susan Sledge (El Cajon, Calif.) continues to hold fourth place with 393 targets, while Kelsey Zauhar (Lakeville, Minn.) and USAMU member and 1996 Olympian Theresa DeWitt (Cincinnati, Ohio) are in fifth and sixth place with 392 and 391 targets respectively.

    Men’s and Women’s Trap competition concludes tomorrow with the last set of matches as well as the finals, which will determine the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team for Trap.

    Enjoy the update!

    Deb Barney
     
  13. Rico46

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    I'm so proud of Corey Cogdell. She is a fine young who has worked for everything she has gotten. Corey has had to make some very tough life choices for some one so young. No doubt she will make us all proud someday with an Olympic Gold Medal. Someday, I will be able to say.."I shot with an Olympic Champion at the Grand in Ohio." She was barely 15 or 16 years old but shot like a champion even back then. Corey, I wish you the absolute best in the world. Your an inspiration for all shooters!

    Rick Brohmer
     
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