Assistant Coach Alan Whiting Wins 20-Gauge Event
SUDLERSVILLE, Md. — Freshman Greg Carpenter (Middletown, Ohio/Madison) won the 12-gauge event to lead the Washington College trap and skeet team (WCTS) at the Charlie Murphy Open, a National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) event held today at Sudlersville Skeet Club.
Charlie Murphy Open
Washington College Highlights
- Ten WCTS student-athletes competed in the 17-person 12-gauge shoot. Carpenter broke 96 of 100 targets to tie for first overall and finish as the higher of the two Class B shooters in the event. He then competed in a shoot-off for the championship, defeating William Walmsley, 2-1, in the first box.
- Camerin Caraballo and Carter Weems each broke 91 targets to tie for the highest score among four Class C shooters and earn a three-way tie for the third-highest score overall. They competed in a shoot-off for the Class C championship with Caraballo winning it, 4-3, on the second box.
- Noah Haines was sixth overall and first among four Class D shooters with a score of 90. Lanning Tyrrel tied for seventh overall and third in Class D with 89. Nathaniel Neuland broke 82 targets for fourth in Class D and 14th overall.
- Jordan Ukishima and Will Sears each broke 87 targets to tie for tops among five Class E shooters and tie for 10th overall. Sammy DiLoreto broke 68 targets for fourth in Class E and 16th overall, while Emma Smith broke 42 for fifth in Class E and 17th overall.
- Assistant coach Alan Whiting competed in the 20-gauge shoot and won the championship by winning a shoot-off, 4-3.
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