Awards Announced For Spring Clay Season

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With 49 high school teams competing, the Oregon State High School Clay Target League season has come to a close with a number of eastern Oregon shooters receiving accolades.

Hermiston’s Dustin Hamilton ended the season with the top overall average, hitting an average of 24.5 clays out of a round of 25.

As with any of the sports we cover, schools are divided into conferences.

The 1A Conference 2 find Union’s Charleen Pepper placed second with a 17.3 average per round.

The Crane boys dominate the 1A Conference 3 standings led by Preston Van Nice and his 24.2 average. Close behind is Mustang teammate Evan Marten with a 23.8 average. The girl’s standings see Crane’s Lindsay Hill in third place with a 16.5 clay average.

The 1A Conference 4 standings show Wallowa’s Lane Tanzey in the lead spot with a 24.0 average and Echo’s Riley Hampton holding down third place on the girl’s side with a 22.3 average.

In the 1A Conference 5, Hamilton, the state leader is in first followed closely by teammate Chase Lantis in second with a 23.9 average. The Bulldogs make a sweep as Blake Harper sits in third with a 23.7 average.

La Grande makes an entrance in the 2A Conference 1 results with Patrick Frisch placing second in the boys division with a 23.6 average. Makenna Shorts placed third in the girl’s standings with a 23.0 average.

The Crane team leads the 1A Conference 3 while Hermiston leads the 1A Conference 5. La Grande sits second in the 2A Conference 1 standings.

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