Trap shooters come out for opening day
Last updated 1/16/2019 at 4:29pm
The Spokesman-Review of Spokane is again sponsoring the Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition that began Sunday, January 6, 2019, and will continue for the next seven weeks. From their separate gun clubs, the Marlin and Odessa shooters combine to form one team that enters into the competition, now in its 100th year.
Jim Imbert, Juan Rocha, Todd Druffel, Bill James and Dan Asker all shot 24.
Fred Meise, Taeven Brashear, Daryl Kimble, Dave Asker, Brent Finkbeiner and Mark Brashear all shot 23.
Tyson Visker, Kevin Myer, Cody Follett, Shelby Brashear, Doug Starkel, Mark Edwins, Austin Nelson, Kaden Johnson, Mark Iksic, Camden Eckhardt and Bob Dove all shot 22.
Izabell Kramer, Gunner Falstad, Caleb Burkhart, Cory Shearer, Mike French, Ron Lesser, Garret Johnson and Scott Mortimer all shot 21.
Shooting 20 and below were Rob Imbert, Cory Kramer, Charlene Krause, Jon Hetting, Andre Morales, Tyler Bise, Travis Visker, Teri Kramer, Mark Kramer, Jay Smith, JD Blumm, Wayne Dainty, Josh Gray, Jessie True, Jakob Starkel, Gage Starkel, Tyson Decker, Dylan Herr, Landon Davis, Mady McNeil, Ken Eckhardt, Carmen Eckhardt, Susan James, Travis Shearer, Tasha Heimbigner, Jessica Winston, Jordan James, Doug Brashear, Josh Olsick, Dakota McAfee, Brian Finkbeiner, Bryan Winston, Craig Olson and Jeff Wade.
The high handicap shooter was Mark Edwins, and the high doubles winner was also Mark Edwins. Winning the Annie Oakley contest was Taeven Brashear who also won the Miss-N-Out contest.
At the Odessa Gun Club, four shooters managed a perfect 25 on opening day: Lane Lobe, Jon Fink, Garret Braun and Colley Walter.
Shooting 24 were Landon Lobe and Nick Tebow, while Cody Stanford and Ryan Lewis both shot 23.
Steve Telecky, Trevor Smith and Jared King shot 22, and Tyler Smith, Tom Schuh, Brian Wraspir and Lonnie Wilson bagged 21.
Coming in at 20 and under were Wyatt Telecky, Cade Weber, Anthony Smith, Tyson Largent, Doug Tebow, Cody Larmer, Stan Dammel, Tucker Walter and Bill Weber.
Ryan Lewis had the high handicap, and Brian Wraspir won the high doubles. Miss-n-Out went to Lonnie Wilson, Annie Oakley to Jared King and the Bushwacker award went to Ryan Lewis.