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Riverdale Trapshooting finishes 2022 Fall League
As conference champs
Riverdale Trap conference champs
RIVERDALE TRAPSHOOTING had a very successful Fall 2022 season. The team finished as conference champions.

MUSCODA - The Riverdale Trapshooting Team recently completed the 2022 Fall League of competition and finished with a high level of success. The team participates in Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League and is comprised of student athletes from primarily the Riverdale and Highland School Districts, grades 6th thru 12th.

Conference Champions, back-to-back!

In only its 4th year, the Riverdale Trapshooting Team won its 2nd consecutive Conference Championship in the 2022 Fall League. The coaches are very proud of the team members and congratulate all who participated.

The trap team recently won its first Conference Championship in the 2022 Spring League. RTT had a tremendous Fall League, with some great scores. The team just squeaked by Weston to earn its back-to-back Conference Championship. Brody Harwood was the team’s top male shooter with a 24.0 avg. Brody started slow but finished the season very strong smashing 149 out of his last 150 targets. Brady was followed by Jordan Bomkamp with a 23.5 avg. and Aiden Bedward with 22.7 avg. There was then a log jam with three team members tied with 22.4 averages: Carter Degenhardt, Carson Knight, and Chaise McGuire. Taryn Miller was the team’s top female team member with 22.6 average followed by the improving Kristin Nankey with 18.4 avg. The Team had 23 student athletes on the 2022 Fall Team and 14 of participants finished the Fall season with Varsity averages (min 19.0 out of 25 and higher). With individual averages that high, it makes the team very competitive. The Riverdale Trapshooting Team did not have to rely on 1 athlete, it was truly a team championship. The team had 2 individual Fall League medal winners; Taryn Miller, finished as the 3rd place female in conference and Brody Harwood finished as the 2nd place male in conference.

The Riverdale Trapshooting Team Coaches and the Muscoda Sportsman’s Club would like to congratulate the Riverdale Trapshooting Team on very successful 2022!

Trapshooting continues to be the fastest growing and safest school sport in the United States. The shooting sports not only teach marksmanship and encourage fun, but they also focus on SAFETY. Additionally, the shooting sports offer individuals of all genders, race, age or physical ability the opportunity to participate in a sport as a team and individually. The team and coach staff are looking forward to the 2023 Spring League. If any students are interested in joining the team , grades 6 thru 12, please contact current team members or Head Coach, Greg Miller at (608) 341-9909 or The Riverdale Trapshooting Team also has a Facebook page and messenger.