Shore coach, freshman placed 2nd and 3rd at Annie Oakley trapshooting event

Sammy DiLoreto and Chance Lowery, members of the Washington College trap and skeet team, display the prizes they won at the Annie Oakley Classic. Lowery had the best score for junior shooters and DiLoreto was first among females. They placed third and 23rd overall, respectively.

MILLINGTON — Washington’s Chance Lowery had the top score for juniors (ages 18 to 23) and was third overall among 28 shooters Sept. 22 at the Annie Oakley Classic, an Amateur Trapshooting Association open event held at the Millington Sportsmen’s Association. Lowery, a college freshman, broke 95 out of 100 targets.

Sammy DiLoreto, a sophomore on the college’s trap and skeet team, broke 80 targets to place first among female shooters. She was 23rd overall.

Juniors Nathaniel Neuland and Camerin Caraballo tied for fourth with 93 targets broken and sophomore Will Sears and senior Jordan Ukishima tied for sixth with 92.

Freshmen Greg Carpenter and Carter Weems each broke 90 targets, tying for 12th.

Sean Scott, another freshman, placed 15th with 89 targets. He won the second-tier Lewis Class.

Also competing for Washington: freshman Noah Haines, 83; freshman Emma Smith, 70; and junior Charlie Wittich, 63.

Washington head coach Doug Pfaff placed second overall with 96 targets broken.

William S. Coker was the winner with 97.

Washington’s first event as a collegiate team is the Eastern Regional Championships, Oct. 12-13, hosted by George Mason University.

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