The Woodward Academy clay target team wrapped up their regular season by winning the Chuck Wetherington Fall Classic.
The team was led by Colin Caldwell, Ian Phillips, Meg Morris, Carter Caldwell, and Colin Elam. Individually, Colin Caldwell won the HOA and Skeet Competitions. Meg Morris won the Ladies HOA and Trap Competitions. Ian Phillips finished 2nd in the HOA Competition. Lastly, Colin Caldwell was 2nd in the Skeet Competition.
The team concluded the 2020 season with a top 10 finish at the state championships against a very talented field of competitors. The team was led by Colin Caldwell, Ian Phillips, Abbey Christensen, Henry Stuart, and Carter Caldwell. Individually, Colin Caldwell finished 16th in the HOA competition against 200+ competitors, 10th in Trap, and in the top 20 for Skeet. Ian Phillips had the best Woodward round of Sporting clays, also earning a top 20 finish. Robert Hicklin finished 7th in the Skeet field with a score of 98 out of 100 targets.
Abbey Christensen led the Woodward ladies with a Female HOA finish of 6th place, Meg Morris was 11th, Courtney Raymer was 13th, Grace Eller was 18th, and Ava Shutze finished 22nd. Individually for the girls, Abbey Christensen had a top 10 finish in all events, with 7th in Skeet, 7th in Sporting Clays, and 9th in Trap. Meg Morris was Woodward’s highest female Trap competitor, finishing in 6th place. Grace Eller was 10th and Courtney Raymer was 11th to round out the War Eagles’ top 20 Female Trap performers. Joining Abbey Christensen in the top 20 of the Female Skeet competition was Courtney Raymer in 9th, Ava Shutze in 15th, and Meg Morris in 18th. Finally, Ava Shutze and Meg Morris also earned a top 20 Female Sporting Clays competition by tying for 19th.
2020-21 Varsity Clay Target Roster