BHS Clay Target Team

  • Belton High School placed in 4 out of the top five JV High Gun shooters at the State Skeet tournament.

    Josh Wimberley, 1st
    Doran Winkert, 2nd
    Jaxson Hayes, 3rd
    Zane Tyree, 5th

    Wimberley also took overall High Gun for the Tournament.

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  • Two students are traveling to the 2021 High School Trap Shooting Nationals next week in Michigan -- soon-to-be-sophomore Mitchell O'Reilly and recent Class of '21 graduate Josh Wimberley.
     
    Complete Results:
     
    Overall High Gun Varsity
    Mitchell O'Reilly.- 9th place with a score of 80
     
    Varsity High Gun Male
    Mitchell O'Reilly - 8th place with a score of 80
     
    Overall High Gun JV
    Josh Wimberley - 2nd place (tied for first) with a score of 88
    CJ Bosler - 10th place with a score of 62
     
    JV High Gun Male
    Josh Wimberley - 2nd place (tied for first) with a score of 88
    CJ Bosler- 9th place with a score of 62
     
    Overall High Gun Novice
    Jesse Swearengin - 4th place (tied for 4th) with a score of 63
    Trinity White - 7th place with a score of 61
    Jackson Hayes - 10th place with a score of 52
     
    Novice High Gun Male
    Jesse Swearengin - 3rd place (tied for 3rd) with a score of 63
    Jackson Hayes - 8th place with a score of 52
     
    Novice High Gun Female
    Trinity White - 2nd place with a score of 61
     
    Overall, the team placed 5th. Well done!
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  • Trap Team

    Members: Joshua Wimberley (Captain), Noah Alsup, Trinity White Jesse Swearengin, Mitchell O'Reilly, Jaxson Hayes, CJ Bosler

    Trinity White 1st Female Conference she also took 2nd place High Gun Novice Female at State

    Jesse Swearengin took 3rd Place High Gun Novice Male at State
    Jaxson Hayes took 8th

    Josh Wimberley placed 2nd JV High Gun Male at State
    CJ Bosler took 10th

    Skeet Team

    Members: Joshua Wimberley, Doran Winkert, Zane Tyree, CJ Williams, Jaxson Hayes

    Josh Wimberley took 2nd in Conference
    Doran Winkert took 3rd Place

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  • Each team member will need access to a 12- or 20- gauge sporting (no tactical) shotgun with a recommended barrel length of 26" to 32."  It is also recommended to have various choke options.  Any type of action is permitted as long as the shotgun can be locked open. Participants will also need a shell holder capable of holding a box of 25 shells. 
     
    All participants must have either a Missouri Hunter Education certification or complete the online course provided by Missouri High School Clay Target League and be able to display safe gun handling procedures during range safety orientation day.

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