Woodland Hills Mike Krivi Wins WPIAL Rifle Title

Friday, February 13, 2015 | 12:31 PM

In a span of 48-hours, Woodland Hills senior sharp shooter Mike Krivi became the golden boy on the range. After helping the wolverines win a second straight district team championship on Tuesday, Krivi won the individual title Thursday at the Dormont-Mt. Lebanon Sportsmen’s Club in Canonsburg.

Krivi was one of 18 shooters to score a 200, but claimed the gold after hitting 19 bulls-eyes. In doing so, he becomes the first Woodland Hills shooter to win the individual crown. Krivi finished 10th in last years WPIAL finals.

The other 17 shooters with 200 scores with the number of bull-eyes they hit:

Mason Kmerer – Hempfield (18)

Rachel Laughlin – Butler (18)

Shawn Halligan – Bethel Park (18)

Aleah Atkinson – Woodland Hills (18)

Nevan Long – Mount Lebanon (18)

Tyler Keane – Peters Township (17)

Madison Ryburn – McGuffey (16)

Alex Klages – McGuffey (16)

Jack Graw – Franklin Regional (16)

Sarah Rodocker – Woodland Hills (16)

Nick Yackovich – Penn-Trafford (16)

Chris Lemons – Trinity (15)

Nathan Ligus – Hempfield (15)

Marty Guild – Mount Lebanon (15)

Becca Kinzel – Bethel Park (14)

Chris Staley – Trinity (14)

Jordan King – Washington (14)



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