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6C Wednesday, May 4, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter ap team The Sierra Valley Trap Team competed in Lincoln at Coon CreekTrap and Skeet April 23. The competition brought 252 shooters from various clubs and high schools from Northern Cali- fornia together. Fourteen Sierra Valley shooters com- peted in their respective divi- sions: Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate En- try and Rookie. Ben Coonrod tied with five other shooters for second place in the Varsity division with a score of 98. Colton Bertagnolli tied with one oth- er shooter for third place in the Intermediate Advanced division with a score of 93. Both Ben and Colton partici- pated in their first ever "shoot-off" to determine the winner. Varsity shooters shot 175 targets before a winner was declared. Ben was unfor- tunately eliminated in the first 25 targets. Colton shot an impressive 71 out of 75 targets before losing to his competi- tor who shot 72 out of 75. Logan Gavin won first place in the Rookie division with a 79. All team members shot ex- ceptionally well throughout the day despite the stiff compe- tition. The team looks forward to the next competition, in Auburn May 21. The Sierra Valley Gun Club will also be hosting its own competitive shoot June 4, which promises to bring 175 shooters from all over North- ern California. Logan Gavin, right, won first place in the rookie division. The Sierra Valley Trap Team, above: Colton Bertagnolli, Sheldon Deberg, Tyler Davis, Austin Deberg, Tommy Ketchum, Derek Whitten, Chaz Riggs, coach Tom Ketchum, Max Driscoll, Gus Driscoll, Angelina Folchi, Ben Coonrod, Logan Gavin, Hay- den Ketchum, Tabitha Mar- tinez and Kennedy Hood. Photo submitted ins In conjunction with the Baking on Wednesday and 55th anniversary of National Pangaea Caf6 and Pub on Bike Month, the Feather Thursday. 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