The South Winn and Turkey Valley trap shooting teams traveled to Cedar Falls to compete in the state trap championship last weekend.

There were thousands of participants for the four-day competition.

Turkey Valley’s Kaylie Klimesh came home with some hardware, earning the title of the 2019 Ladies High School All-State Trap Team Captain. Klimesh also had the ladies’ high all-around trap team singles-doubles handicap, while finishing second in the ladies’ singles senior division and third in the ladies’ state league standings.

The North Scott team won the doubles competition Thursday, June 6, with 485. The top Turkey Valley team finished 18th with 414. Members of the squad were Kaylie Klimesh (91), Dylan Elsbernd (82), Lane Arens (82), Jackson Vsetecka (80) and Brady Barta (79). Others shooting for the Trojans in doubles were Alexus Ball (78), Katelyn Bartels (56), Sean Dillon (59), Addy Einwalter (66), Isaac Franzen (75), Brody Hackman (66), Seth Huinker (71), Marcus Kriener (75), Shayla Kuennen (56), Tate Langreck (68), Tristan Langreck (70), Ethan Leibold (74), Kannon Leuenberger (66), Brandon Meyer (77), Eli Nymeyer (45), Tristan Pullman (66), Tanner Tlusty (60) and Codi Wurzer (74).

In the senior division, Ankeny Centennial took the team title with a 990. Turkey Valley placed 28th with a total of 944. Team members were Kaylie Klimesh (196), Alexus Ball (191), Lane Arens (189), Ethan Leibold (185) and Dalton Rush (183). South Winneshiek was 49th with a 930 and individual results of Gage Dahlberg (189), Parker Hubka (187), Emmit Stemper (187), David Kreitzer (184) and Ryan Kuhn (183).

North Scott red took first in the senior/varsity division with 985. The Turkey Valley red was 59th with 905. Results were Dalton Rush (183), Kaylie Klimesh (196), Alexus Ball (191), Shayla Kuennen (163) and Tristen Langreck (172). South Winn black was 75th 

In the senior/junior varsity group, Ankeny Centennial took first with 956. The South Winn red finished 12th with a 902. Individual results were Jordan Buchheit (180), Parker Hubka (187), Gavin Sims (164), Emmit Stemper (187) and David Kreitzer (184). The Turkey Valley black team grabbed 18th place with 889. Scores were Lane Arens (189), Jackson Vsetecka (177), Brady Bart (170), Brody Hackman (177) and Marcus Kriener (176). The South Winn white was 41st with 826. Results were Ryan Kuhn (183), Isaiah Ott (152), Conner Ludeking (181), Brandon Gulrud (145) and Dylan Elsbernd (165). The South Winn black fired an 887, good for 75th. Individual results were Gage Dahlberg (189), David Johanningmeier (174), Nathan Monteith (171), Jameson Flatland (176) and Jerrett Euans (177). Turkey Valley blue tallied 870 to finish 104th. Results were Tate Langreck (182), Cole Vrzak (181), Katelyn Bartels (153), Sean Dillon (182) and Codi Wurzer (172). In 124th with a final tally of 854 was the South Winn silver squad of Devin Ludeking (175), Justin Redenius (181), Kale Euans (164), Anthony Gossling (177) and Samuel Dvorak (157). Turkey Valley white finished with 842, in 135th place. Members of the squad were Seth Huinker (173), Kannon Leuenberger (155), Isaac Franzen (162), Ethan Leibold (185) and Eli Nymeyer (167). In 149th was a second Turkey Valley white squad with 817. Individual results for the second white squad were Dylan Elsbernd (181), Addy Einwalter (179), Rory Kuennen (126), Brandon Meyer (162) and Carter Reicks (169). South Winn crimson combined for 592 in 189th place with Mason Elsbernd (150), Mia French (160), Jacob Carnesi (133) and Dawson Headington (149).

Results from the intermediate/entry level division include Turkey Valley’s 22nd place finish with 742. Individual results include Troy Schmitt (174), Tristan Pullman (172), Ashley Fischer (148), Tanner Tlusty (150) and Mia Langreck (98). With 577 was the South Winn orange squad in 52nd. Results for SW include Adrian Hageman (155), Kenna Hageman (145), Avery Humpal (130) and Kendric Langreck (147). Competing in the TV ind. squad in 54th place were Brennen Drilling (142), Brady Fischer (165), Cadyn Huber (147) and Lucas Hanson (108), good for 54th place.