The Tomah Timberwolves clay target team competed in the Wisconsin High School Clay Target League’s fall season.
The fall league allowed participants an opportunity to continue shooting with teammates while working to improve their skills.
Fifteen members of the trap team took part in the six-week season starting in October.
The team took first place in Conference 4.
Senior Cade Peterson took first overall in the conference with a 24 average, and sophomore Duran Davis placed third overall with a 23.1 average.
Recognition went to 25-straight club members Brandon Kyser, Aidan Dunemen, Duran Davis, Alex McPeters and Cade Peterson.
Peterson and Kyser also received recognition for shooting 50 straight.
The entire team will return to competition in the spring, when the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League will go beyond the state competition level by offering a national league competition in Michigan. Teams will qualify at the state event for nationals, and team manager Terri Whereatt said coaches and students are excited to have this new opportunity at the national level.