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Continued: Trap shooting gives Richfield students a new outlet

  • Article by: ANNA PRATT , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: February 18, 2014 - 1:15 PM

“I like the feeling when you shoot really well, or if you have a really good day,” he said, adding, “It’s like hitting a home run.”

If he’s having a bad day, “It cheers me up. It’s a stress-reliever,” he said.

Pat Lehnherr shares his enthusiasm. His son Thomas, a 10th-grader at Holy Angels, will be on the team. Lehnherr, who’s been trap shooting since he was young, is looking forward to mentoring the group.

For him and Thomas, “it’s a great activity that both of us can do that’s not in front of the TV. We get outdoors and we have a great time,” he said. “The only thing that I can think of that comes close is golf, but trap shooting is louder.”

 

Anna Pratt is a Minneapolis freelance writer. She can be reached at annaprattjournalist@gmail.com.

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  • Thomas Lehnherr, a 10th-grader at Holy Angels, is gearing up for the new Richfield trap shooting team. He recently competed as part of a winter team at the West End Fishing and Hunting Club in Eagan.

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