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Duluth trapshooting team member Spencer Bubacz’s semi-automatic shotgun ejects a shell after he takes a shot Monday at the Jack Meade Gun Club near Proctor. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Northland teens’ interest in trapshooting gets support at gun club

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The state’s fastest-growing high school sport doesn’t require a ball, a puck or a bat.

What it requires is a shotgun.

The sport is trapshooting, in which young shooters toe a line and draw beads on clay discs slicing through the spring sky.

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