BC sport shooting places first final qualifier

By Howard J. Morrison III | November 2, 2022

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Benedictine Military School’s sport shooting team finished in first place in its final qualifier of the season on October 30.
The Cadets’ final target count was 908/1000, four targets ahead of second place and 19 targets ahead of third place. For this qualifier, each member of the team shot at 100 sporting clays targets in the morning followed by 50 skeet and 50 trap in the afternoon. The team score of 908 is based on the top five Cadets’ cumulative scores and based on the birds hit out of 1000 targets thrown.
The Cadets finished as follows: freshman Jim Reynolds Morrison led the Cadets with 185, followed by junior Charlie Moody 184, freshman Mills Hollis 182, sophomore Drake Cooper 181, freshman Gavin Walmsley 176, junior Jake Dyches 172, junior Walker Zador 170, sophomore John Adams 167, freshman Jack McKenzie 166, freshman Sam Anderson 165, freshman Alex Ray 153, freshman Elliott Moody 152, and freshman Anthony DeMott 152.
Highlights included Jim Reynolds Morrison scoring 50/50 in skeet, 47/50 in trap, and 88/100 in sporting; Charlie Moody scoring 49/50 in skeet, 49/50 in trap 86/100 in sporting; Mills Hollis scoring 47/50 in skeet, 48/50 in trap, 87/100 in sporting; sophomore Drake Cooper scoring 45/50 in skeet, 93/100 in sporting; freshman Gavin Walmsley scoring 46/50 in trap and 89/100 in sporting; Jack McKenzie scoring 45/50 in skeet, 84/100 in sporting; junior Walker Zador scoring 48/50 in skeet; sophomore John Adams scoring 45/50 in trap and 80/100 sporting; and freshman Sam Anderson scoring 46/50 in skeet.
Cadets Morrison, Moody, Hollis and Cooper all finished in the top 15 out of all of the shooters participating. BC will compete in the GISA state championship Nov. 17-19.
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