Burlington’s trap team starts strong

Stephanie Tolman

The Wyoming Clay Target League held its first  week of competition this past week. Burlington’s team shot Tuesday evening and Coach Nate Kreider thought it went well. “Everyone’s scores have been improving,” he said. “Individual scores have improved dramatically from last season.”
The top five individual scores for the week went to: 1, Hunter Aagard, 44/50; 2, Brikton Wardell and Wyatt Kasprowicz, 40/50; 3, Kole Walker 38/50; 4, Chase Allen, 33/50; 5, Parker Cook, 32/50.
Burlington is sitting fourth in the conference. Aagard is tied for No. 11, Wardell and Kasprowicz are tied for No. 18 and Walker is No. 23.
Ava Wennberg is tied for No. 12 on the girls’ side of the conference.
“I’m proud of each athlete on our team,” said Kreider. “Most of them are involved in other activities as well, but they all come and put in the time and effort to become better competitors. I’m excited to see how this season ends up for them as a team and as individuals. They are off to a great start.”
Burlington shot for Competition Week 2 on Tuesday.