Crane Clay Team Opens Season With Victory

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To the teams of La Grande and Hermiston, you deserve to be named and congratulated in this article. We are sorry our requests were met with resistance.

The Crane/Union Clay Target team came out the victors as five teams gathered to kick off the clay target shooting season.

The Mustangs finished the shoot only three birds ahead of second-place Hermiston while the Bulldogs were only two birds ahead of third-place Madras. Mollala placed fourth and La Grande wrapped up the team standings.

Crane’s Evan Martin placed second in the men’s varsity division, but was forced into a four-way shoot off to secure his standing. In the men’s novice class, Brady Otley placed third.

A total of 59 shooters competed for the day.

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