Prep riflery: Friday's results

November 8, 2013 

Bartlett outshoots East

Bartlett’s William Wood fired perfect scores in the prone and kneeling positions Friday in a Cook Inlet Conference riflery match at East High for a match-high 286 that helped the Golden Bears defeat East.

Allison Bate led East with a 274. 

Bartlett 3,128, East 2,998

Bartlett — William Wood 286, Philp Kelsey 273, Chue Lor 271, Alexandra Guthrie 268, Ethan Schmidt 262, James Meachum 259, Kyle Tam 257, Emma Gierke 257, Riley Reloza 256, Pamala Panasewicz 253, Sabine Kretschek 244, Isabelle Suh 242.

East — Allison Bate 274, Rachel Morgan 269, Bridger Cherry 265, Aeric Casillas 258, Bridgette Barton 257, Song Vang 255 Jacob Askern 249, Juniper Scheel 246, Trevor Brown 241, Jourde Carter 235, Jasmin Bavilla 225, Va Yang 224.


Noble, Grieco fire 283

Marina Noble of West and Patrick Grieco of Service each fired 283s Friday to share top honors at a CIC riflery meet at Service.

Noble’s score included a perfect 100 in prone.

The Eagles, who had six shooters fire 271 or better, took the team victory by more than 100 points.

West 3,208, Service 3,104

 West — Marina Noble 283, Grace Bolt 279, Benjamin Nishimoto 275, Erin Brayfield 274, Stephen Kranich 271, Samuel Bajoon 271, Javier Acuna 268, Kenny Petrini 264, Kendra Pierce 260, Kayleigh Shyrack 260, Christian Williams 254, Joseph Butcher 249.

 Service — Patrick Grieco 283, Logan Hanscom 280, Kate Benfield 280, Loran Smith 276, Daniel McCabe 272, Clara Veelman 264, Yakov Tipikin 257, Armando Mendez-Rose 252, Daniella Rodriguez 249, Jared Lowther 243, Dominic Springer 234, Andrew Taylor 214.


Friedl’s 290 lifts Lynx

 Maddy Friedl shot a match-high of 290 and Hannah O’Brien fired a 288 Friday to lead Dimond past South in a CIC riflery meet.

Dimond racked up 3,323 points to South’s 3,278.

Winn Wandal’s 287 topped South.

Ian Stewart, Bryce Schwarz,and Kenton Mayfield all shot perfect scores of 100 in the prone position.

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