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The Britton-Hecla Clay Target Team placed second in a tournament in Aberdeen on Saturday. Team members in front left to right are Kiera Bennett, Dylan Harmen, Tucker Hardy, Trey Atkinson, Dashel Davidson, Carter Dawson, and Lorelei Piehl. Second row Issak Jesz, Daniel Person, Riley Jones, Gage Storley, Luke Storley, James Hoop, and Sarah Hoop. Back row Raymond Schuster, Tynan Bennett, Dane Feldhaus, Owen Symens, Carter Effling, BoDell Davidson, Elijah Jenson, and Wyatt Tosse. (Kari Feldhaus Photos)

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Dane Feldhaus of the Britton-Hecla Clay Target Team tied for first place in a tournament in Aberdeen on Saturday, losing a sudden death shoot-off to finish in the second spot.

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Members of the Britton-Hecla Clay Target Team competed in a tournament in Aberdeen on Saturday. The local shooters finished second in the five-team field.

Local Shooters Cap Unusual Season

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of state and national clay target championships, but five squads from around the state ended this year’s campaign on a positive note on Saturday in Aberdeen.

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Rylan Carlson, the seven-year-old son of Ryan and Jennifer Carlson of Britton, recently won first place in the 7 & under kids dummy roping at the Northern States Invitational team roping jackpot in Billings, MT.

Teeners Pick Up Victory

The Claremont 14U Teener baseball team picked up a win in three starts during the past week, edging Ellendale 12-11 last week Wednesday, while dropping a twin bill to Lake Norden 3-0 and 15-2 on Monday.

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