Illinois shooter Grant Anderson is the second national champion at this year’s NHSFR winning the trap shooting competition

Illinois shooter Grant Anderson is the second national champion at this year’s NHSFR winning the trap shooting competition

ROCK SPRINGS – The second national champion has been crowned, as the trap shooting competition wrapped up.

The second NHSFR national champion was crowned as Grant Anderson of Illinois won the trap shooting competition at the Sweetwater Trap Club. Anderson and Utah’s Colten Rock were both perfect through four rounds, hitting 25 of 25 clays in each round to force a tiebreaker. Grant hit nine of 10 clays – to Colten’s eight of 10 – to win the national championship and the Gist Silversmiths buckle that goes with it.

Thomas Davis was the highest Wyoming shooter,  finishing in 17th while Idaho’s Cooper Champneys, who won the light rifle championship earlier in the week, finished in 29th.

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Trap Shooting Results

Illinois, Grant Anderson, 100

Utah, Colten Rock, 100

Missouri, Patrick Houchins, 98

Texas, Colt Karges, 98

Arizona, Jacob Auza, 98

Utah, Kami Singelton, 98

Utah, Troy Flannigan, 98

Oregon, Terrel Platt, 97

Oklahoma, Devon Comstock, 97

California, Jacob Bairos, 97

Montana, Skyler Erickson, 97

Texas, Trevor Humphries, 97

New Mexico, Judson South, 96

Nevada, Clayton Combs, 96

California, Evan Anderson, 95

Texas, Garrett McCarty, 95

Wisconsin, Levi Lang, 94

Wyoming, Thomas Davis, 94

Wisconsin, Matt Keller, 94

Texas, Riley Hooks, 93

Wyoming, Garrett Reid, 92

Nebraska, Colin Dibbern, 92

Nebraska, Cam O’Conner, 91

South Dakota, Anthony Gourneau, 91

South Dakota, John Gropper, 90

Utah, Wyatt Cloward, 90

Kansas, Bradley Ralph, 89

Minnesota, Nolan Hart, 89

Wyoming, Jace Berger, 89

Idaho, Cooper Champneys, 88

Oklahoma, Mitchell Phillips, 88

California, Shelby Clark, 87

Nevada, Charlie Neal, 84

Arizona, Jace Jacobs, 65

North Carolina, Ian Fleming, 63

North Dakota, Bridger Anderson, 59

Saskatchewan, Kolton Nord, 43

Arkansas, Riley Smith, 43

Illinois, Donnie Endres, 43

Indiana, Michael Shreeve, 43

Nevada, Lauren Kreck, 43

New Mexico, Lorenzo Lara, 42

Idaho Breylen Peebles, 42

Tennessee, Wyatt Brown, 41

Oregon, Will Gallahger, 40

Nebraska, Boyd Sawyer, 39

Arizona, Klint Choate, 21

Minnesota, Josh Cronquist, 21

California, Stephanie Dayton, 21

Washington, Johnny Lee Bryant, 21

Idaho, Chancy Bott, 21

North Dakota, Lane Berg, 21

Kentucky, Chase Ackerson, 21

Michigan, Tyler Keller, 21

Florida, Robert Appel, 20

Florida, Case Erwin, 20

Alabama, Hunter Desch, 20

Wisconsin, Jade Lang, 20

Minnesota, Lane Rutten, 20

South Carolina, Caroline Burgen, 20

Indiana, Riley Garner, 20

North Dakota, Evan Berger, 20

Nebraska, Devin Dibbern, 20

Oregon, Jack Graham, 20

Florida, Kalli Kouba, 19

Kansas, Cass Mercer, 19

Arkansas, Blake Moss, 19

Illinois, Tristan McClelland, 19

New Mexico, Jake South, 19

Indiana, Josh Taylor, 19

Washington, Chance Stucker, 19

Tennessee, Tyler Brown, 19

Wisconsin, Zach Henry, 19

Iowa, William Herbold, 19

Alabama, Colby Chestnut, 18

Alabama, Owen Carter, 18

Louisiana, Colt Carpenter, 18

Oklahoma, Jessica Blanton, 18

Oklahoma, Cale Garrett, 18

South Carolina, Justin Pate, 18

Washington, Bailey Nachtigal, 18

Virginia, Kody Kiser, 18

Iowa, Colt Madison, 18

Montana, Tioni Erickson, 18

Alaska, Jesse Kitson, 18

Missouri, Jace Rutledge, 17

Arizona, Rhett Nichols, 17

Kansas, Tim Williams, 17

Louisiana, Chase Burgess, 17

Indiana Darren DuBois Jr., 17

Kentucky, Christian Poteet, 17

Illinois, Dowell Southerland, 16

Pennsylvania, Dillin Holub, 16

Maryland, Zachary Milbourne, 16

Tennessee, Ramsey Goolsby, 16

Ohio, Jared Jarvis, 16

South Dakota, Justina Cvach, 16

Louisiana, Macey Colvin, 16

Virginia, Jason Wright, 16

Virginia, Robbie VanHolten, 16

Virginia, Hunter Ward, 16

South Dakota, Cameron Fanning, 16

Ohio, Courtney Mulford, 16

Saskatchewan, Ty Hicks, 15

Florida, Courtney Kitching, 15

Alabama, Casey Cox, 15

Arkansas, Garrett Lock, 15

North Dakota, Dawson Cvancara, 15

Kansas, Cody Devers, 14

Pennsylvania, Mason Brehm, 14

Montana, Ouana Harkins, 14

Iowa, Cassie Leer, 13

South Carolina, Hannah Loudermilk, 12

Pennsylvania, David Brittingham, 12

Idaho, Jessica Partner, 12

Iowa, Grant Gansemer, 10

Michigan, Tanner Phillips, 7

Maryland, Amber Goff, 7