Bertha-Hewitt School Non-MSHSL Activities
Coach: Eric Koep
The Bertha-Hewitt fishing team was established in 2018 as part of the first ever season for the Heart O’ Lakes High School Fishing League. We fish four league nights in June and July and take part in an end of season tournament in early August. League nights consist of kids fishing in the evening. During competition students can catch sunfish, crappie, bass, northern and walleye. Plaques and medals are given to the top teams at each event. Bertha-Hewitt is in a conference Battle Lake, Henning, Parkers Prairie and Fergus Falls.
Coach: Jessica Miller
Trap shooting is a competition event that consists of shooting two 25 target rounds for a total of 50 targets from a 16 yard station. The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League is an independent provider of clay target shooting for schools as an extracurricular activity for students in grades 7th-12th. The league’s priorities are safety, fun and marksmanship. Students at Bertha-Hewitt will participate in two seasons, one in the fall and one in the spring, with the opportunity to qualify for state competition in June.