Würzburg shooters set DODDS record; Hohenfels sweeps
WüRZBURG, Germany — Würzburg set a DODDS-Europe record on Saturday by winning a Central Conference rifle meet by scoring 1,408 of a possible 1,500 points, according to their coach, Jack Wayne.
Würzburg, which uses five female marksmen and one male, topped its old record of 1,400, set two years ago, Wayne said.
In high school marksmanship, each contestant fires 10 shots from three positions, with a possible point yield of 300. The team’s low total score is discarded.
Würzburg swept all the individual awards in the four-team meet. Brenna Goodman posted the highest overall score of 285.
Teammate Melanie Rodriguez, who scored 276 overall, won the prone title with a 99 score and her sister, Natalie Rodriguez, who totaled 282, posted the best score from the standing position, a 94.
Carly Sipes, who totaled 283, and Ben Guerrero, who totaled 276, tied for the best kneeling scores, 97.
Würzburg's sixth marksman, Anna Ikstrums, totaled 282 overall to lift the Wolves to the record.
Trailing the Wolves were Patch with 1,342, Mannheim with 1,277 and Ansbach with 1,246.
Hohenfels wins Southeast rifle meetAt Bamberg on Saturday, Hohenfels swept all the individual awards in posting a 1,343-1,300 victory over Vilseck in a Southeast Conference meet.
Vanessa Velez was the high scorer overall at 276 and led the kneeling actegory with 95 points. Teammates Daniel Mateo and Logan Allen tied for the high prone score at 98.
Hohenfels marksman Dawn Clagett topped the standing competition with 92.
Bamberg was third overall with 1,221 points and Vicenza had 1,140.