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Reanna Frauens Defends Her Title as ‘Annie Oakley’ at SCTP Nationals

One of the most popular attractions at the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) National Championships each year is the elimination style competition called Last Competitor Standing – often called “Annie Oakley”.

This elimination-style shoulder to shoulder competition is so popular the SCTP offers it on Wednesday and Friday during the National event.

Last Competitor Standing

For the last two years in a row, SCTP has found a modern day Annie Oakley at Wednesday nights’ competition in a young lady named Reanna Frauens from Corral Springs, Florida. Frauens, the 2018 champion bested nearly 400 other competitors on Wednesday to regain her crown this year.

Last Competitor Standing Champion Reanna Frauens
Wednesday Night’s Last Competitor Standing Champion Reanna Frauens
(Hayley Wilson Photography}

The Cardinal Shooting Center trap fields were lined up with shooters of all ages and sizes to compete for some great prizes and the ultimate title of last man or lady standing. The elimination process continued until only one man and one lady shooter remained.

In a head to head battle of the sexes competition, 1st Place Ladies Division Champion, Frauens, bested Men’s Division Champions, Gavin Wright and was awarded a case of Winchester ammunition and gift certificate for a set of custom earplugs.

Last Competitor Standing Champion Reanna Frauens 2
(Hayley Wilson Photography}

Prizes were also awarded to the Top 8 Finishers in the Men’s and Ladies Division and the Top 2 Finishers in the College Division.

Ladies

  • 1st Reanna Frauens FL Quail Creek SKB IS300 – Belt Buckle
  • 2nd Madeline Corbin WI Sauk County Youth Shamrock Leather Shooting Bag
  • 3rd Gianna Patti PA Mason Dixon Claybusters RE Ranger Phantom Shooting Glasses
  • 4th Ava Downs WI Muskego Warriors Shamrock Leather Shell Holder – 2 case Ammo
  • 5th Raylee Bishop IA Ankeny Centenial Shamrock Leather Shell Holder – 2 case Ammo
  • 6th Olivia Krauss MI Fudd Dusters 2 – Case Winchester Ammo
  • 7th Makayla Scott NC Carolina Clays 2 – Case Winchester Ammo
  • 8th Amber Hadley MI Lowell Red Arrows 1 – Case Winchester Ammo

Men

  • 1st Gavin Wright WI Beaver Dam SKB IS300 – Belt Buckle
  • 2nd Triston Schroder MI Fudd Dusters Shamrock Leather Shooting Bag
  • 3rd Cody Miller WI Central Falcons RE Ranger Phantom Shooting Glasses
  • 4th Ricky Fabry WI Muskego Warriors Shamrock Leather Shell Holder – 2 case Ammo
  • 5th Kolby Pinkerton WI Muskego Warriors Shamrock Leather Shell Holder – 2 case Ammo
  • 6th Levi Crook GA Central Georgia Elite Shooters 2 – Case Winchester Ammo
  • 7th Kyren Kain MI Flat River Conservation Club 2 – Case Winchester Ammo
  • 8th Austin Rechlin WI Jefferson Sportsmans Club 1 – Case Winchester Ammo

College

  • 1st Eric Long IA Shamrock Leather Shooting Bag
  • 2nd Justin Miklaszewski WI 2 – Case of Winchester Ammunition
  • 3rd Aimee Spiering WI 1 – Case of Winchester Ammunition

Congratulations to all the Top Finishers in each division and good luck to all those who compete in Friday evening’s Last Competitor Standing competition!

About the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation

The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is 501(c)(3) public charity responsible for all aspects of the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) across the United States. SCTP and SASP are youth development programs in which adult coaches and other volunteers use shooting sports to teach and to demonstrate sportsmanship, responsibility, honesty, ethics, integrity, teamwork, and other positive life skills.

For more information about SSSF, visit www.sssfonline.org

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