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Shooting: Warriors Week 4 results in the books – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — Sam Pearson, Brandon Eberts and Tracy Skiba went 25-for-25 in Week 4 of the Brainerd skeet and target team competition on Sunday, May 12.

Pearson and Eberts tied with William Baumann to go 47 of 50 during the two rounds of target shooting.

Brainerd's Brandon Eberts, left, with coach Brent Yaunick, goes 25-for-25 Sunday, May 12, 2024, during the Week 4 clay target competition at Lakes Area Shooting Sports in Lake Shore.

Brainerd’s Brandon Eberts, left, with coach Brent Yaunick, goes 25-for-25 Sunday, May 12, 2024, during the Week 4 clay target competition at Lakes Area Shooting Sports in Lake Shore.

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Avery Auel, Hayden Roberts and Jordan Cherne hit 46 targets. Skiba, Arlo Biermaier and Mason Mies finished with 45 targets and Zachary Day went 44-of-50.

Brainerd’s three skeet shooters were led by Pearson’s 44-of-50 performance. Brennan Tisdell and Ella Yaunick finished 42 seconds apart.

Brainerd's Sam Pearson, left, with coach Brent Yaunick, goes 25-for-25 Sunday, May 12, 2024, during the Week 4 clay target competition at Lakes Area Shooting Sports in Lake Shore.

Brainerd’s Sam Pearson, left, with coach Brent Yaunick, goes 25-for-25 Sunday, May 12, 2024, during the Week 4 clay target competition at Lakes Area Shooting Sports in Lake Shore.

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Sunday, May 19 will be Brainerd’s final week of competition. The Warriors will shoot at Lakes Area Shooting Sports at 11am

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