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Lake County Fair opens with a blast

by ROB ZOLMAN
Sports Reporter | July 28, 2022 12:00 AM

POLSON – The 4-H Shotgun Shoot kicked off the 2022 edition of the Lake County Fair with a blast on Saturday morning east of Polson at the Big Sky Sporting Clays. Nine junior shooters delivered several exciting rounds of competition in both trap and five stand disciplines.

Five stand results for the 15-18 age division were Isaac Cantlon, grand champion, with a score of 13 out of 25 and Austin Oberwegner as reserve champion.

Garret Wilmer with a score of 11 out of a possible 25 finished as grand champion in the five stand 13-14 age division, while Trevor Rider placed second as reserve champion.

Top awards in trap went to Colten Sherman in the 15-18 age division followed by Cantlon as reserve champion. Wilmer nabbed grand champion in the 13-14 age division.

The day’s overall highest total score of 44 points went to Wilmer, while Cantlon finished closely behind with a total score 43 points.

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Participants take part in the 4-H Shotgun Shoot on Saturday at the Big Sky Sporting Clays. (Rob Zolman/Lake County Leader)

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A group of 4-H shooters enjoy a day of sun and competition. (Rob Zolman/Lake County Leader)

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