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Ashland’s Johansson Wins 16-Yard Title at Cornhusker Trapshoot

DONIPHAN, Neb. – Maxwell Johansson of the Ashland 4-H trap team was the winner in 16-yard targets in the senior high division of the 47th Annual Cornhusker Trapshoot on Friday. He shot a perfect score of 75 and then won a shoot-off against two competitors.

Riley Ross of Grand Island and Brandon Kreikemeier of Omaha Creighton Prep also shot 75s and finished second and third, respectively. North Platte’s Zack Krzyzanowski, the two-time defending champion at 16 yards, shot a 73 and finished 19th on Friday.

Saturday’s scores in the 75 handicap targets will be combined with Friday’s scores to determine the overall champion, the Cornhusker Cup winner.

Jade Krolikowski of Centura shot a 74 for the top ladies score. 5 Clovers 4-H of Wilber had the top 4-H team, breaking 354 of 375 targets. Papillion-LaVista 1 had the top high school team at 359 and Lincoln Southwest Pink scored a 346 to win the ladies high school team title.

On Thursday, 864 shooters competed in the junior high division; 1,724 shooters competed in the senior high division Friday.

Friday’s results in the 16-yard competition are:

Top 20 Individuals – 1. Maxwell Johansson, Ashland 4-H (won shoot-off), 75 out of 75; 2. Riley Ross, Grand Island, 75; 3. Brandon Kreikemeier, Omaha Creighton Prep, 75; 4. Drew VonSeggern, Fremont, 74; 5. Garrett Neumeister, Louisville-Weeping Water, 74; 6. Dean Rodgers, Papillion-LaVista South, 74; 7. Wyatt Gustin, Papillion-LaVista, 74; 8. Cameron Carney, Omaha Skutt, 74; 9. Jaden Garner, Grand Island Northwest, 74; 10. Trent Christiancy, Young Guns 4-H, 74; 11. Hayden Frost, Lincoln East, 74; 12. Carsen Dettman, Merrick County 4-H, 74; 13. Dawson Kouma, Oak Creek 4-H, 74; 14. Brett Campbell, Bolder County (Colo.) 4-H, 74; 15. Hayden Baehr, 5 Clovers 4-H, 74; 16. Colby Mitchell, Karp & Krow 4-H, 74; 17. Dustin Hartwell, Elkhorn Mount Michael, 74; 18. Austin Sullivan, Arlington, 73; 19. Zack Krzyzanowski, North Platte, 73; 20. Noah Walz, Omaha Creighton Prep, 73

Top Six Ladies – 1. Jade Krolikowski, Centura, 74 out of 75; 2. Morgan Reigle, Madison 4-H, 72; 3. Amanda Kennick, Papillion-LaVista, 72; 4. Cameron Dixon, Platteview, 72; 5. Nicole McCullough, Papillion-LaVista South, 72; 6. Maggie Hiatt, Louisville, 71

Top Three 4-H Teams – 1. 5 Clovers 4-H (Holden Lee, Joey Formanek, Derek Tachovsky, Hayden Baehr, Shane Hayek), 354 out of 375; 2. Young Guns 4-H, 353; 3. Oak Creek 4-H, 353

Top Three Ladies Teams – 1. Lincoln Southwest Pink (Alexis Philson, Alexis Thomas, Karlie Hubbard, Hannah Dering, Bailey Gasseling), 346 out of 375; 2. Omaha Marian Blue, 332; 3. Papillion-LaVista, 326

Top Six High School Teams – 1. Papillion-LaVista 1 (Wyatt Gustin, Tom Sosso, Trent Totusek, Samuel Gustin, Nathan LaRandeau), 359 out of 375; 2. Norris 1, 356; 3. Omaha Creighton Prep Blue, 355; 4. Gibbon 1, 355; 5. Lincoln Southeast Black, 350; 6. Papillion-LaVista South 1, 349

Jim Carlisle Memorial Second Generation Individual (traveling trophy) – Dakota Jirsa, Lincoln East, 73

National Rifle Association Scholarship Team – Morgan Chipps, Norris, 4.0 grade-point average; Ian Kernes, Norris, 4.0; Caleb Kowalski, Lincoln Pius X, 4.0; Matt McCoy, Lincoln Southeast, 4.0; Marcus Miller, Maxwell, 4.0

For more information, visit cornhusker-trap.com.

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Julie Geiser is a Public Information Officer and NEBRASKAland Regional Editor based out of North Platte, where she was born and still happily resides. Geiser worked for the commission previously for over 10 years as an outdoor education instructor – teaching people of all ages about Nebraska’s outdoor offerings. She also coordinates the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program for Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC). Geiser went on to work in marketing and writing an outdoor column for the North Platte Telegraph before returning to NGPC in her current position. She loves spending time outdoors with her family and getting others involved in her passions of hunting, fishing, camping, boating, hiking and enjoying Nebraska’s great outdoors.

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