Jordan trap shooting

Cheylub Schmitt (left) and Ben Swanson receiving their 25-straight patches.

The Jordan trap shooting team remains in first place after a strong week of shooting.

Jordan bounced back from its worst week of the season in week three to post the highest score in the conference in week four. That strong week kept Jordan in first place for the season but only by a slight margin over St. Charles.

Jordan scored 4,256.5 points in week four to push its season score to 16,889 points. St. Charles scored 4,203.5 points in week four and sits at a season total of 16,826.5 points in second place.

“With the nice weather last week the team was on top of their game and we edged out St. Charles who has been coming on hard for the past two weeks,” head coach Jeff Radick said. “We need a repeat this week to wrap up the conference championship. With how good St. Charles is shooting it would be a great accomplishment to hold them off for three weeks to win the conference.”

Holdingford is in third place with 15,523 points, followed by Sauk Rapids-Rice in fourth at 14,923.5.

Jordan’s top shooters for the week were Ben Swanson with 48 out of 50, Jacob Stay with 48, Cheylub Schmitt, Jaxon VonBank and Josh Young with 46 targets hit and Hunter Kvasnicka and Hunter Lenzmeier with 45.

Cheylub Schmitt and Ben Swanson each had a perfect round of 25 out of 25. It was Schmitt’s first ever in competition.

Jordan has many individuals in the conference standings: Stay — 2nd; Swanson — 5th; Lenzmeier — 7th; Luke Sabart — 8th; Schmitt — tied 12th; Kvasnicka — tied 20th; Josh Young — tied 22nd; Willie Robling — tied 25th. In the female standings, Emma Schwardt is 3rd and Ally Rasmussen is 5th.

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Todd Abeln has been the Shakopee and Jordan sports editor for more than 10 years. He enjoys highlight big accomplishments and competitive games. Todd also enjoys golf, softball and watching his kids play baseball, soccer, hockey and basketball.

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