Back Row – Coach Jerome Townsend, Coach Chris Klotz, Jack McMahon, Connor Size, Tommy Raemakers, John Tuttle, Matt Rodgers, Drew Tagel, Coach John Size, Coach Scott Townsend
Front Row – Max Coover, Nathan Hovey, Tucker Cudmore, Aiden Ronk, Farhan Kakish, Luke Frohardt
Not Pictured – Griff Wyse, Conor Connealy, Yu Ang (Leon) Zhu, Coach Mike Ostransky, Coach Mike McNally, Coach Jackson Panzer
Photo by Mike McNally

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Head Coach – Jerome Townsend

John Size, Coach,
(402) 203-3630

Mike Ostransky, Coach
Chris Klotz, Coach
Jackson Panzer (’18), Asst. Coach
Caleb Vincentini (’12), Asst. Coach
John Drahota (’82), Sponsor

2023 Trap Schedule

  • March 11 – @ Bellevue Rod & Gun Club, Bellevue NE
  • March 18 – @ Bellevue Rod & Gun Club, Bellevue NE
  • March 25 – @ Harry A Koch Trap & Skeet, Omaha NE
  • April 1 – @ Harry A Koch Trap & Skeet, Omaha NE
  • April 15 – @ Valley Trap Range, Valley NE
  • April 22 – @ Gayle Hanshaw Conference Shoot, Lincoln Trap & Skeet, Lincoln NE
  • April 27, 28, & 29 – @ Cornhusker State Trap Shoot, Doniphan NE


Mount Michael is a member of the Eastern Cornhusker Trapshooting Conference (ECTC) which organizes the high school shoots.  The season begins the middle of January and concludes with the state shoot in Doniphan, Nebraska the first week of May.   There are a total of 6 competitions, an all-conference shoot and the state shoot for a total of 8 meets.  Most shooters use a 12ga. shotgun and practices are held at the Valley Trap Range three times a week during the season.  The competitions are held on Saturdays at various ranges around Omaha and Lincoln.

Trapshooting is a sport requiring hand to eye coordination, focused concentration and mental stamina.  Teams consist of “squads” made up of five shooters.  Each shooter shoots 10 clay “birds”from five different positions (called “the line”) for a total of 50 shots The shooting is done from 16 yards behind the trap house.  The score of “hit birds”is then halved and the shooter shoots the next 50 targets from this yardage behind the trap house…this is called the handicap.  For example, if a shooter shoots 48/50 @16 they will then shoot the next 50 from 24 yards behind the house for the handicap round.  The scores are then tallied and three groups of awards are given:  16yd High, Handicap High and High Overall (all 100 targets).  These three awards are given to teams and another group of awards is given to individuals.

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