MHS CTL: Perfect Times 3 in LW3


Sophomore Andrew Mulso crushed his first career perfect round of 25 for MHS CTL in League Week 3 Competition.

MHS CTL Press Release


Steady scores across the board, and a season high three perfect rounds, kept the Marshall High School Clay Target League(MHS CTL) team rolling in League Week 3 of statewide competition. Senior Captain Samuel Dieken started the week off with the team’s first round of 25, his second of the year, and was followed quickly by Sophomores Isaac Callens and Andrew Mulso who also logged rounds of 25 on Monday night’s shoot.  Near perfect in both rounds, Freshman Tannyr Curry led the pack with two rounds of 24, for a total of 48.  Top shooters for MHS CTL in League Week 3 were:

First       Last                        R1           R2           Tot
Tannyr  Curry                     24           24           48
Samuel Dieken                  22           25           47
Andrew  Mulso                  22           25           47
Karter   DeSmet                 23           24           47
Isaac      Callens                  25           21           46
Nick       Atcher                  22           24           46
Ryan      VanMoer             24           22           46
Jared     Antony                 21           24           45
John      Callens                 22           23           45
Brock     Schultz                  24           21           45

“We’ve got great captains in Samuel and John [Callens],” said Coach Nick Simonson, “and hardworking  underclassmen feed off their examples; they’re focused, ready and rolling when they get on stand, and that attitude and the success that follows is contagious,”  he concluded.

MHS CTL still sits in fourth place overall in Conference 2 of Class 9A, home to the largest and most competitive teams in the league.  Senior Ryan VanMoer, with a season average of 23.67 and Freshman Karter DeSmet with an average of 23.5 are both ranked in the top 100 shooters in the state, across all nine classes and more than 11,400 participants. Overall team totals jumped by a full target from the previous week’s competition, with a team average of 35.8.  42 shooters logged at least one round of 20 in League Week 3, a season high for that statistic as well.

MHS CTL is coached by a staff of 13 volunteers, and supported by a number of parents who help instruct, score and supervise 80 youth.  The program is funded by generous donations from a number of local conservation and sportsmen’s groups and area businesses including: Lyon County Pheasants Forever, Redwood River Sportsmen’s Club, National Wild Turkey Federation, Minnesota Trappers Association, Quality Deer Management Association, Marshall Radio, Lockwood Motors, ABRA Auto Body & Glass, Friends of the NRA, Gustafson C&C Course, Don & Gena Atcher.

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