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Morristown Trap Shooters Excel in Fall Season

Updated: Oct 29, 2019

Coach Dave Young presenting Outstanding Male Shooter Award to Ashton Colby.

MORRISTOWN - E stood for excellence at the individual and team level for the Morristown Central School Trap Shooting team which placed fourth in Conference 4 of the New York State High School Trap Shooting League's Fall Season. With 6,845.5 points Morristown took fourth behind behind Gowanda with 7,429.50 pointds, Halland with 7,347.50 and Livonia with 6,8550.

Lisbon also represented the North County well placing sixth with 4,426 points.

Leading the Rockets were the Three Es who finished 1-2-3 among the female shooters. Emilie O’Donnell (20.7) took first followed by Emma Showers (19.6) and Emily Gagnon (18.9)

Ashton Colby (21.7) finished in fifth place in the Top 10 Males in Conference 4.

All four leaders also play on the Green Rocket varsity soccer teams. The team's home range is at the Black Lake Fish and Game Association.

The Fall team featured 18 team members (6 females; 12 males), with 2 Seniors, 5 Juniors, 6 Sophomores, 4 Freshman,and 1 7th grader In the Spring Season 3 team members averaged 20 and above and this Fall 6 team members averaged 20+ In the Spring Season 21 shooters hit the magic number of 20 or above 52 times. In the Fall Season 18 shooters hit that magic number 72 times

The team awards for the Fall season went to: Top Shooter -Male Ashton Colby, Top Shooter - Female - Emilie O'Donnell, Coaches Award- Kassidy Sullivan and Most Improved- Evan Brooks

"We are looking forward to a great, successful Spring season ahead," said a spokesperson for the team."

Coach Dave Young presenting Sportsmanship Award to Kassidy Sullivan.

Coach Dave Young Presenting Outstanding Female Shooter Award to Emilie O'Donnell.

Coach Dave Brooks presents the Most Improved Shooter Award to Evan Brooks.

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