At the conclusion of a five-week 2020 season, the Stewartville Tiger Clay Target Trap Shoot Team captured first place in Class 1A, Conference 18 of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League. The Tigers distanced themselves from second-place Owatonna by 2,861.5 points in the seven-team conference. CONF. 18 STANDINGS TOTAL PTS Stewartville 29,859.50 Owatonna 26,998.00 Thief River Falls 22,350.50 Mound Westonka 22,252.50 Benilde St. Margarets 16,304.00 Eastview 16.050.00 St. Francis 16.645.50 Hunter Olson and Fisher Nagel led Stewartville with impressive averages, each shooting 22.9 of 25 clay targets. In the final week, Nagel shot 46 out of 50 clay targets to tie Olson as Stewie's top shooter. Thomas Root was the top shooter in Conference 18, winning the 5-Stand Sport competition. TOP 10 TIGERS AVERAGE Hunter Olson 22.9 Fisher Nagel 22.9 Mason Ristau 22.6 Remmington Bamlet 22.5 Michael Anderson 22.3 Connor Myhvold 22.0 Dillon Bakken 22.0 Bradley Snyder 22.0 Grant Lee 22.0 Zachery Boelman 22.0 The top Tiger female shooter was Elizabeth Root, who shot 214 of 250 clays for a 21.4 average, and Mason Sickle earned Stewie's top rookie honors, shooting 204 of 250 clays for an average of 20.4. Stewie shooters earning a spot on the league's "25 Honor Roll" by hitting 25 of 25 clays in one round during weekly competion were: Hunter Olson, Michael Anderson and Remmington Bamlet in week-one competition; Grant Lee in week two; Hunter Olson in week four; along with Thomas Root and Mason Ristau in the fifth and final week of competion.