High school riflery report for Friday, Nov. 1

AnchorageNovember 1, 2013 

Lynx hold off Wolves

Eagle River’s Cathryn Papasodora fired a 292 for the best individual score and teammate Tristan Henderson added a 287,  but it wasn’t enough to stop Dimond in a Cook Inlet Conference riflery meet Friday.

The Lynx prevailed with 3,262 points behind Hanna O’Brien’s team-high 282.

 

Dimond 3,262, Eagle River 3,203

Eagle River — Cathryn Papasodora 292, Tristan Henderson 287, Ben Hancox 276, Jacob Nall 284, Sydney Deering 280, Clarissa Deleon 257, Dylan Denter 273, Conell Gelston 270, Benjamin Schutt 229, Mikaela O’Hare 247, Alaina Demma 261, Chris Nations 247.

Dimond — Chelsy Devon 269, Keely Holt 279, Hanna O’Brien 282, Madeline Friedl 277, Morgan Byrne 268, Julie DuClos 273, Brendon LaPorte 275, Gabrielle Schuman 266, Darion Jones 264, Melinda Moto-Weinstien 266, Seth Franklin 275, Ryan Rieser 268.

 

Noble outduels Wood

West’s Marina Noble and Bartlett’s William Wood each shot perfect scores in the prone position Friday at a CIC riflery meet.

Noble earned top honors with a 285, with Wood one shot behind at 284. The Eagles won the team competition by 42 points.

 

West  3,151, Bartlett 3,109

West — Marina Noble 285, Samuel Bajoon 282, Erin Brayfield  274, Stephen Kranich 273, Ben Nishimoto 278, Kenny Petrini 267, Grace Bolt 254, Christian Williams 247, Kendra Pierce 253, Samuel Morgan 253, John Wojak 245, Kayleigh Shyrack 240.

 Bartlett — William Wood 284, Riley Reloza 275, James Meacham 271, Alexander Guthrie 263, Chu Lor 260, Isabelle Suh 266, Kelsey Philip 265, Ethan Schmidt 264, Pamela Panasewicz 256, Sabine Kretschek 237, Emma Gierke 236, Kyle Tam 232.

 

Benfield leads Cougars

Katie Benfield’s 284 led all shooters and helped Service to the team victory at a CIC riflery meet Friday.

The Cougars totaled 3,062 to beat East by nearly 100 points.

 

Service 3,062, East 2,965

Service — Katie Benfield (284), Logan Hanscom (279), Loran Smith (277), Yakov Tipikin (276), Armando Mendez-Rose (261), Daniel McCabe (260), Daniella Rodriguez (254), Patrick Grieco (251), Clara Veelman (245), Jared Lowther (230), Andrew Taylor (229), Fiofania Tipikin (216).

East — Rachel Morgan (271), Allison Bate (268), Trevor Brown (262), Aeric Casillas (254), Jasmin Bavilla (253), Bridgette Barton (253), Bridger Cherry (239), Juniper Scheel (238), Jacob Askern (237), Song Vang (232), Jason Anteau (229), Va Yang (229).

 

South shooters shine

Four shooters cracked the 280 mark for South on Friday, leading the Wolverines past Chugiak in a CIC riflery meet.

South’s Adam Cusack and Chugiak’s Delany Hawkins both fired 289s to share the meet’s high score. Five shots back at 284 were South’s Kyle Milke and Tyler Winn, while Morgan Howard added a 281 for the winners.

South 3,272, Chugiak 3,103

Chugiak — Delany Hawkins 289,  Garrett Johnson 273,  Emily Vannortwick 272, Kaelen Raynes 262,  Codgdell Canyon 260,  Jessie Caudill 258,  Emma Campbell 253,  Hunter Haul 253,  Joseph Diaz 251,  Grayson Culbert 245,  Henry Davis 245,  Sean Crumbley 245.

South — Adam Cusack 289, Kyle Milne 284 Tyler Winn 284, Morgan Howard 281,  Noah Malecha 275,  Andrew Scroggs 273,  Bryce Schwarz 272,  Gjori Nisja 270,  Zach Johnson 267,  Ian Stewart 265,  James Milne 261, Kenton Mayfield 251.

 

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