By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 



April 21, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

Here's the Kimball trap team: Standing left to right: Coach Sean Dunegan, Ainslie Albertson, Coach Jeremy Fryda, Cameron McGinnis, Mallory Hottell, Hunter Lonsdale, Kambree Hottell, Clarika Hottell, Cainin Sours, Kip Gillming, Faith Bohac, Anna Coleman, Sophie Coleman, David Bond, Tradin Hottell, Tig Woolington, John Dunegan, coach Kelly Dunegan, and coach Brittany Cook. Standing on trap house: James McGinnis, Travis Fryda, Charlotte Hargreaves, and Justin Klosterman. Sitting on trap house: Nolan Cook, Grace Anderson, Hayden Sours, Bransyn Kiefer, and Jarrett Schutz. Not pictured Trenton Hottell and Ashlyn Kuhns.

The Kimball Longhorn Trap Team is in its second year of existence with coaches Brittany Cook, Kelly Dunegan, Sean Dunegan and Jeremy Fryda leading the team of 7-11 graders. Practices have been delayed due primarily to the wind, but also the cold has made it difficult to practice. According to the coaches, everything is scored from now until the end of the season. They have five scored shoots.

With 15 individuals returning from the 2021 team, experience is in abundance, and the kids and coaches are committed to the success of the program. The team now has 27 members, which is almost double t...

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