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Schleuter Wins Silhouette Championships

LINCOLN, Neb. – Jared Schleuter of Milford hit 32 of 40 targets to win the 2013 Nebraska High School Silhouette Championships at Pressey Wildlife Management Area south of Broken Bow on Sept. 28.

In .22-caliber rifle silhouette shooting, each competitor fires 40 shots at small metal targets. Each shoots 10 shots at targets that are 43, 66, 84 and 109 yards in distance.

The annual event is open to all hunter education graduates who are at least 11 years old and have not graduated high school. This year’s event included 50 shooters.

“Tricky variable winds blowing up to 20 mph, with gusts, caused the competitors to struggle to hit the targets,” match director Matthew Haumont said.

The individual leaders were:

High Boy – 1. Andrew Simpson, Wayne, 31; 2. Ben Hier, Cortland, 31

High Girl – 1. Haylee Schoenrock, Cortland, 29; 2. Kayla Gadeken, Seward, 29

Class B – 1. Trevor Maloy, Seward, 30; 2. Eli Bazyn, Broken Bow, 29; 3. David Greunke, Winside, 28

Unlimited – 1. Tanner Storjohann, O’Neill, 26; 2. James Simpson, Wayne, 26; 3. Megan Vrbka, Staplehurst, 24

Light Rifle with Scope – 1. Grace Neiman, West Point, 27; 2. Kylie Krivohlavek, Seward, 26; 3. Rebekah Pobanz, Grand Island, 26

Light Rifle with Open Sights – 1. Levi Clarke, Berwyn, 26; 2. Caleb Smith, Broken Bow, 15; 3. Kelsie Rhode, Litchfield, 10

Heavy Rifle with Scope – 1. Micheal Borgelt, Wisner, 22; 2. Eli Rischling, Alliance, 19; 3. Jill Heller, Wisner 18

Junior High – 1. Kara Schleuter, Milford, 24; 2. Zachary Schluckebier, Seward, 23; 3. Theron Schoenrock, Cortland, 20

Senior High – 1. Ryan Kolman, Beatrice 25; 2. Colin Wooldrik, West Point, 25; 3. Parker Storme, Broken Bow, 24

First-Time Shooter – 1. Tyler Wood, Litchfield, 18

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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