GOOD SHOOTING! Day three of the ND High School Clay Target League kicks off today as more than 500 shooters cap off the event at the Horace Shooting Park.  The recap of the first two days’ action is in our Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:  100.  Kordell Kraft (right) ran 100 straight to win the overall high gun at Saturday’s Class 1A competition. Simonson Photo


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):

Today:  Sun 6/16 – Great! – Hi 74, Lo 52, Wind NW@10.

Tomorrow:  Mon 6/17 –  Times 2 – Hi 71, Lo 52, Wind N@6


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset

5:48AM       9:40PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot

9:08PM        5:28AM       12:48AM     1:14PM


Moon Phase:  Waxing Gibbous (99% Full)


EDGE HOUR:   DOUBLE EDGE!  Take sunrise and sunset with the moon going down and coming up with great atmospheric conditions today as your DOUBLE edge hours end your weekend well!





HIGH GUYS.  Kordell Kraft of Rugby High School led all varsity male shooters in the Class 1A trap shooting championship with a perfect 100.  Behind him were Blaine Howard (98) of Century High School and Daniel Murray (97) of Shiloh Christian School.


GREAT GIRLS.  Kyla Radomski of Rugby High School set the bar for varisty ladies competition in Class 1A with a total of 96.  Evie Janosek of Thompson High School took second (90) and Piper Suhr of Barnes County North High took third (88).


TOP TEAMS.  With Kraft and Radomski leading the way, Rugby High took first place in the varsity division with a total of 465 out of 500.  Second place was West Fargo High (450) and Century took third (447).  Complete results can be found online showing division winners and top teams.




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