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Trap team sixth with two weeks left

The Glencoe-Silver Lake trapshooting team is in sixth place in the Class 3A Conference 4 standings after the latest two weeks of competition at the Winthrop Game Protective League.
The Panthers have accumulated 11,041.5 total points through four weeks of competition. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop is in eighth place with 6,940 points, while Staples Motley High School is in first place with 18,091 points.
Top GSL trap shooters in Week 3 were: Alex Ide and Jacob VanDorpe both scoring 44 out of 50, Dylan Dahlke and Adam Schauer, 43, and Jessica Alsleben and Katie Collins 42.
Top trap shooters for Week 4 were: Ide (47 out of 50), Brayden Goebel (45), Alsleben (44), Collins (43) and Mia LaPlante (42).
For skeet, the Panthers are in fifth place in the Class 2A Conference 1 standings with a team total of 624 points. Montevideo High School is in sixth place with 532.5 points while Wayzata High School remains in first place with 1,373 points.
Week 3’s top skeet shooters were: Collins with a 45 out of 50, Alsleben 43, Goebel 42 and Ide and Brent Lipke 38.
Top skeet shooters for week 4 were: Collins (41 out of 50), Alsleben (39), Goebel (37), VanDorpe (36), with Ide and Lipke both scoring (35).
According to the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League website, nearly 12,000 student participants from 349 high school teams are participating in the 2018 spring season. Those are the highest participation numbers ever for the state, according to League officials.
Conferences are determined by team size rather than geographic location for fair competition.