NEWARK, Del. — Washington College trap and skeet (WCTS) head coach Doug Pfaff and four student-athletes from the team excelled as individuals at the Delaware State Skeet Championships, held last weekend at the Wilmington Trapshooting Association.
Pfaff won the Triple Sub and B Class Championships, breaking 94 of 100 targets. Danielle Murdock matched that score as she won the Collegiate Championship and Non-Resident Ladies Championship. Jordan Ukishima broke 86 targets, winning the E Class Championship and finishing as the collegiate runner-up. Camerin Caraballo broke 84 targets to finish as the third-place collegian. Savannah Ross overcame a gun breakdown as she shot her last 48 targets with a borrowed gun to finish with a score of 72 to win the Resident Ladies Championship.
The competitors battled the elements with rainy and windy conditions with short breaks of sunlight.
The next team competition for WCTS is set for this weekend when they will host the Battle of the Bay. Saturday's trap and skeet events will be held at Sudlersville (Md.) Skeet Club with Sunday's sporting clays to be held at Schrader's Outdoors in Henderson, Md.