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Sports shooting is a new sport offered at Southwestern with the start of the 2013-14 school year. The team will travel to shooting events competing against teams from across the Midwest. The sports shooting team will practice at the High Lakes Outdoor Alliance facilities at Three Mile Lake. The team is open to men and women.
Charlie Mundy is the head coach for the sports shooting program.
Interested in becoming a part of the team? Fill out the recruit me form and coach Mundy will contact you!
The Spartan sports shooting team ended their fall season undefeated as a team. Their latest win came on Saturday, November 8, in the very cold, windy, and snowy conditions at the Warren County Izaak Walton League in Indianola at a conference event Hosted by Simpson College. The Spartans shot a 237/250 to edge out top Iowa Central team.
Ethan Jolliff, Heath Evans, and Brandon Willmert from (Hawkeye CC) tied with a 49/50 in trap, with Jolliff winning the shoot-off by hitting 32 target consecutively. Shelby Woods took the top female honors with a 45/50.
The Spartan sports shooting team is on a roll this year. On Saturday, October 25, the team earned their fourth straight win of season in front of a large home crowd. Of the eleven squads in competition from SWCC, Iowa Central CC (ICCC), Simpson College, and Hawkeye CC, the top Spartan squad finished in first place with a score of 239/250, edging out ICCC with a score of 230/250.
The Spartan sports shooting team took home another conference win on Saturday, October 11. The team traveled to the Palmer Conservation Club in Palmer for a meet hosted by Iowa Central CC.
Brandon Dvorsky shot a perfect 50 of 50 to take the top score of the shoot. The SWCC team score was a 242 of 250, finishing as the winning overall team for the day. The top five individuals scoring for the Spartans were Dvorsky 50/50, Ethan Jolliff 49/50, Shelby Woods 48/50, Easton Ressler 48/50, and Cody Bruggemeyerr 47/50. Woods finished as the top female of the day with 48/50.
On Saturday, September 27, the Spartan sports shooting team traveled to the Ventura Gun Club in Ventura for their first conference meet hosted by NIACC. As a team, the Spartans earned the top spot in trap, winning the event with a score or 246 out of 250.
Shelby Woods, freshman from Madison, MO, grabbed first place in trap for the women, with a score of 49 out of 50. Sophomore Ethan Jolliff from Indianola and freshman Justin Woods from Mt. Pleasant both posted a perfect 50 forcing a shoot-off for first place. In the end, Woods edged out Jolliff for the win.
The Spartans will hit the road again on Saturday, October 11, to compete in another conference meet in Fort Dodge hosted by Iowa Central CC.