DiLoreto Finishes as High Lady, Scott Wins Second Lewis Class, Coach Pfaff is Overall Runner-Up
MILLINGTON, Md. — Freshman Chance Lowery (Manchester, Mich./Manchester) finished third overall and won High Junior Gold to lead the Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) today at the Annie Oakley Classic, an Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) event conducted at Millington Sportsmen's Association.
Annie Oakley Classic
Washington College Highlights
- Lowery broke 95 out of 100 targets to finish third overall among 28 competitors and take home High Junior Gold honors. (Junior Gold consists of competitors between the ages of 18 and 23.)
- Nathaniel Neuland and Camerin Caraballo tied for fourth overall with 93 targets broken, while both Will Sears and Jordan Ukishima both tied for sixth with 92. Greg Carpenter and Carter Weems each broke 90 targets to tied for 12th place.
- Sean Scott broke 89 targets to take 15th overall and win the second Lewis Class. (The event was run in two Lewis classes, separating out the top half of finishers from the bottom half.) Noah Haines broke 83 targets to take 20th overall.
- Sammy DiLoreto broke 80 targets to place 23rd and finish as the High Lady. Emma Smith tied for 25th with 70 targets, while Charlie Wittich placed 27th with 63.
- Head coach Doug Pfaff also competed in the event and finished as the overall runner-up with 96 targets broken.
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