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Kobayashi outguns competition at Dimond A1 Shootout

  • Author: Anchorage Daily News
  • Updated: November 18, 2017
  • Published November 18, 2017

Jasmine Kobayashi of Dimond, who earlier this season broke the Cook Inlet Conference riflery record, was perfect in two rounds of prone shooting Saturday to win the Dimond A1 Shoot Off.

Kobayashi scored 582 out of a possible 600 to win the meet, which pits the top boy and top girl from each of the CIC's eight high schools for shoulder-to-shoulder competition.

Davis Schwarz of South registered a 574 for the day's second best score. The third highest score came from Chugiak's C.J. Hatt, whose 569 was the best score among boys.

In a regular-season dual meet earlier this season, Kobayashi fired a 297 to break the old CIC record, held by multiple shooters, by one point.

The season wraps up Dec. 2 with the conference championships at West High.

Girls — Jasmine Kobayashi, Dimond, 582; Davis Schwarz, South, 574; Ashtin Bennett, Eagle River, 568; Sarah Wolski, Eagle River, 564; Athena Baty, Service,  557; Xaichengtao Yang, East, 546; Cheyenne Bolan, Bartlett, 546.

Boys — CJ Hatt, Chugiak, 569; Andrew Kozak, Dimond, 565; Wrangle Kruckenberg, Service, 564; Michael Stoddard, South, 559; Elijah Faso-Formose, West, 559; Dylan Jijon, East, 538; Daniel Foshee, Eagle River, 535; Gabriel Culp, Bartlett, 525.

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