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Under his leadership, the Nanooks have produced two individual NCAA championships (Bente Heller in swimming and Tim Sherry in riflery), 57 All-Americans and 31 Academic All-Americans.
Wigger graduated in 1960 with a degree in agronomy, became an Army officer and rose to lieutenant colonel, mostly based in Fort Benning, Ga., as a riflery instructor.
On the front, riflery medals clinked against each other.
Led by a 288 by Grace Fernandez and a 287 by Ashley Peters, South swept East 7-0 in a CIC riflery meet Friday.
Dimond's Jasmine Kobayashi broke the long-standing Cook Inlet Conference riflery record Friday by scoring 297 out of a possible 300 at the Chugiak High range.
South newcomer Justin Augustin shot a personal-best 289 and teammate Davis Schwarz fired a 282 with a bruised hand Friday, leading the Wolverines past West in a Cook Inlet Conference riflery meet.
Rare is the Marine who does not wish to shoot better; a culture that celebrates riflery bestows credibility and respect on those who shoot best.
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