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The Cowboys were led by Clayton Dill, who finished second high gun in the varsity division with a score of 98 out of 100.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Crook County High School trap team finished eighth at the OSHSCTL 1A State Championships in Hillsboro on Saturday, June 25. From left: Mason Yancey, head coach Wayne Hilderbrand, Brodey Adamson, Cash Wells, Clayton Dill, Jeffrey Schuler, Tristan Sutherlin, Owen Clark, Wyatt Deroest, assistant coach Kevin Tollefson.

The Crook County High School trap team finished in eighth place in a highly competitive field at the state finals this past weekend.

At the Oregon State High School Clay Target League Conference 1A state championships, which were held Saturday, June 25, in Hillsboro, Rainer finished in first place with a score of 470 out of a possible 500. Yamhill-Carlton finished in second place with 460, while Madras finished in third place with 458. Rounding out the top 10 in the 25-team field were Crane (453), Wallowa (450), Hermiston (449), Douglas (448), Crook County (438), Aloha (437) and West Albany (435).

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Clayton Dill of Crook County placed second high gun in the varsity division with a score of 98 out of 100.Crook County was led by Clayton Dill, who placed second high gun in the varsity division after hitting 98 out of a possible 100 targets. He was beaten out only by Tyler Borders of Rainer, who finished with a perfect 100 score to lead the Columbians to a state title.

Aside from Dill, Cash Wells, Jeffrey Schuler and Mason Yancey all finished with scores of 86 to tie for the second-best score on the Cowboy team. The final Crook County shooter to score was Wyatt Deroest with 82, while Brodey Adamson (81) and Owen Clark (79) also competed in the varsity competition. Tristan Sutherlin, meanwhile, scored a 62 in the JV portion of the event.


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