Trap Leagues

Westfield’s Kevin Sturzenbecker had a perfect 50 while 25s were turned in by Shane Lindstrom, Will Ortman and Paul McKotch during the Western Chautauqua County Trap League.

Savannah Rowan had her first 25 straight.

Ripley outshot North East, 314-279.

For Ripley, Sheila Yokom was High Lady with a 41. Kayla Yokom was High Jr. Lady with a 44. Eldon Scriven was High Sub Jr. with a 36. Wyatt Meeder was High Jr. with a 27. Howard Maille was High Sub Veteran with a 48. Gary Stanton was High Veteran with a 44. Bob Murray was High Sr. Veteran with a 44 and Jim Carris was High Super Sr. Veteran with a 37.

For North East, Sue Concilla was High Lady with a 39. Aiden VanTussell was High Sub Jr. with a 30. Jim DeMatters was High Veteran with a 36. Bill Sinclair was High Sr. Veteran with a 42. Ken Hitz and Bob Koeing tied for High Super Sr. Veteran honors with 41s.

Big Tree outshot Westfield, 328-318.

For Big Tree, Val Holthouse was High Lady with a 44. Nolan Gunnell was High Sub Jr. with a 38. Al Chrispell was High Sub Veteran with a 46. Steve Milliman was High Veteran with a 47. Mike Danielson had a 17 for High Sr. Veteran. Paul McKotch was High Super Sr. Veteran with a 49.

For Westfield, Rose Corbran was High Lady with a 44. Mason Maring was High Sub Jr. with a 36. MiKala Latimore was High Jr. Lady with a 37 and Dylan Rammelt was High Jr. with a 39. Tom Gross was High Veteran with a 43 and Howard Lindstrom was High Sr. Veteran with a 40 while Ken Hitz was High Super Sr. Veteran with a 46.

Ripley (314): Howard Maille 48, Matt Fowler 45, Mark Henry 45, Sid Meeder Sr. 44, Gary Stanton 44, Bob Murray 44, Kayla Yokom 44

North East (279): Gary Jacobs 45, Bill Sinclair 42, Ken Hitz 41, Bob Koeing 41, Sue Concilla 39, Jim DeMatters 36, Ed Firment Sr. 35

Big Tree (328): Jerry Burnett 48, Paul McKotch 48, Steve Milliman 47, Will Ortman 47, Scott Hammer 47, Al Chrispell 46, Terry Sanden 45

Westfield (318): Kevin Sturzenbecker 50, Shane Lindstrom 49, Mike Dulmus 42, Rich Westphal 44, Rose Corbran 44, Tom Gross 43, Bob Wright 42

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