Christiancy wins 2017 Cornhusker Cup

May 6, 2017 Jerry Kane

DONIPHAN, Neb. – Trent Christiancy of Young Guns 4-H of Hildreth ruled the field Saturday in the senior high competition of the 48th Cornhusker Cup.

His handicap score of 74 of 75 was the day’s best. Combined with the 73 he shot at 16 yards on Friday, it propelled him to the Cornhusker Cup with a 147.

Blair’s Weston Zolck finished second overall at 145 after taking second Friday at 16 yards.

Christiancy finished sixth overall last year, and was the 2013 junior high champion. Keenan Kremke of Karp & Krow 4-H of Ord/Burwell was the last shooter to win both junior high (2010) and Cornhusker Cup (2013) titles.

Last year’s Cornhusker Cup winner, Blair’s Billy Miller, shot a 140.

Erin Muntz of Louisville had a great shoot, as well. She had the ladies’ best handicap score at 72 on Saturday and the top overall ladies’ score at 144. Those efforts helped her Louisville Purple team win the overall high school and handicap team championships. Joining her on those winning teams were Connor Voigtman, Dagen Voigtman, Chase Dittberner and Mason Maher.

Papillion-LaVista dominated the ladies’ team competition. The Monarch Lady team of Madeline Wilson, Amanda Kennick, Nikayla Lambert, Zoe Timberlake, Coco White won the overall title and the handicap crown. The top 4-H teams were Ashland (overall) and Karp & Krow 2 (handicap).

The three-day event drew 843 junior high and 1,641 senior high shooters.

Results from Saturday’s senior high competition are:

Overall

Top 10 Individuals – 1. Trent Christiancy, Young Guns 4-H, 147 of 150; 2. Weston Zolck, Blair, 145; 3. Keo Wever, North Platte, 145; 4. Riley Ross, Grand Island-St. Paul, 145; 5. Travis Elledge, Papillion-LaVista South, 144; 6. Connor Voitman, Louisville, 144; 7. Brock Barton, Fairbury, 144; 8. Carson Bates, Blue River 4-H, 143; 9. Austin Sullivan, Fremont-Arlington, 143; 10. Mason Maher, Louisville, 143

Top Three Ladies – 1. Erin Muntz, Louisville, 144 of 150 (won shoot-off); 2. Payton DeTavernier, Papillion-LaVista South, 144; 3. Karlie Hubbard, Lincoln Southwest, 143

Top Three 4-H Teams – 1. Ashland 4-H (Nathan Schulte, Hayden Bedlan, Ray Christian, Dylan Riecken, Kyle Rowin), 689 of 750, won shoot-off; 2. Karp & Krow 4-H, 689; 3. Fillmore County 4-H, 681

Top High School Teams – 1. Louisville Purple (Connor Voigtman, Chase Dittberner, Mason Maher, Dagen Voigtman, Erin Muntz), 705 of 750; 2. Blair 1, 694; 3. Omaha Creighton Prep Blue, 680; 4. Papillion-LaVista South Titan 1, 679; 5. Papillion-LaVista South Titan 2, 675; 6. Millard West A, 673

Top Three Ladies Teams – 1. Papillion-LaVista Monarch Lady (Madeline Wilson, Amanda Kennick, Nikayla Lambert, Zoe Timberlake, Coco White), 666 of 750; 2. Papillion-LaVista South Lady Titan, 665; 3. Lincoln Southwest Pink, 647

Handicap

Top Three Ladies – 1. Erin Muntz, Louisville, 72 of 75; 2. Karlie Hubbard, Lincoln Southwest, 71; 3. Payton DeTavernier, Papillion-LaVista South,  70

Top Three Individuals – 1. Trent Christiancy, Young Guns 4-H, 74; 2. Colby Mitchell, Karp & Krow, 73; 3. Austin Speth, Lincoln Pius X, 72

Top Three 4-H Teams – 1. Karp & Krow 4-H (Logan Smith, Joseph Psota, Samuel Lech, Colby Mitchell, Sheldon Lyle), 339 of 375; 2. Fillmore County 4-H, 336; 3. Ashland 4-H, 336

Top Three Ladies Teams – 1. Papillion-LaVista Monarch (Madeline Wilson, Amanda Kennick, Nikayla Lambert, Zoe Timberlake, Coco White), 329 of 375; 2. Papillion-LaVista South, 326; 3. Wahoo Neumann Lady 1, 316

Top Six High School Teams – 1. Louisville Purple (Connor Voigtman, Chase Dittberner, Mason Maher, Dagen Voigtman, Erin Muntz), 345 of 375; 2. Blair 1, 333; 3. Papillion-LaVista South Titan 1, 329; 4. Lincoln Northeast 1, 328; 5. Omaha Creighton Prep Gold, 326; 6. Papillion-LaVista South Titan 2, 326

Yardage Winners

18-19 Yards – 1. Ethan Michalski, Louisville, 69 of 75; 2. Ashley Schulze, Madison 4-H, 69; 3. Kristen Foley, Omaha Duchesne, 69; 4. Brandon Swahn, Wahoo, 69; 5. Colten Baker, Beatrice-Lewiston, 68; 6. Timothy Weimer, Ashland 4-H, 68; 7. Gage Gonzales, Lincoln East, 68; 8. Jarvis Smith, Sutton, 67; 9. Thomas Harling, Adams County, 67; 10. Ethan Rochholz, Republican Valley 4-H, 67

20-21 Yards – 1. Ross Novotny, Oak Creek 4-H, 71 of 75; 2. Aidan Buechler, Omaha Creighton Prep, 70; 3. Timmy Bennett, Blair, 70; 4. Tucker Bartlett, Gothenburg, 69; 5. William Miller, Omaha Creighton Prep, 69; 6. Tristan Kuti, Omaha Creighton Prep, 68; 7. Tommy Kotschwar, Elkhorn South, 67; 8. Trevor Zelenka, Exeter-Milligan, 67; 9. Madelyn Saf, Wahoo Neumann, 67; 10. Blaze Miller, Exeter-Milligan, 67

22-23 Yards – 1. Dylan Riecken, Ashland 4-H, 72 of 75; 2. Kalob Green, Merrick County 4-H, 71; 3. Taylor Gardner, Cougar 4-H, 71; 4. Kevin Tejeda, Ashland 4-H, 71; 5. Garrett Clark, Falls City, 71; 6. Jack Larkin, Omaha Creighton Prep, 71; 7. Gabe Penton, Sarpy County 4-H, 71; 8. Austin Bonsel, Sarpy County 4-H, 71

24-25 Yards – 1. Riley Ross, Grand Island-St. Paul, 72 of 75; 2. Carson Bates, Blue River 4-H, 71; 3. Mason Maher, Louisville, 71; 4. Connor Voightman, Louisville, 71; 5. Travis Elledge, Papillion-LaVista South, 70; 6. Casey Peterson, Platte Valley 4-H, 70; 7. Gavin Rech, Oak Creek 4-H, 70; 8. Weston Zolck, Blair, 70

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