2022 One Box Hunt Results Announced

2022 One Box Hunt Results Announced
The 2022 One Box Pheasant Hunt New Team champions, "Shootin' Blanks" scored 75 points and bagged 15 pheasants this past weekend.

BROKEN BOW – The 2022 One Box Hunt results are in: the top two teams boast a host of native Nebraskans: 9 out of ten competitors hail from the Cornhusker State.

In first, with 75 points and bagging 15 pheasants, was “Shootin’ Blanks.” Captaining the team was Broken Bow’s own Ed Shaaf, and at his side were Broken Bow’s Tim Wright, Bennington’s Kevin Ziska, Kurt Altig of North Platte, and Ryan Hogue of Kearney.

Local guides Mark Schmidt and Kent Leibhart, dog handler Jack Lindstrom, and scorekeeper Lane Albus share the glory of a first-place finish with the team.

In second place, 15 points behind Schaaf’s squad, was the fittingly-named “Nebraska Team.” The team scored 60 points with 12 birds, was captained by Joe Franssen of Broken Bow, and filled out by Broken Bow’s Jess Taylor, Hastings’ Blake Thompson, John Broderson of Hartington, and Kaleb Wilber of Cherokee, Oklahoma.

Third place, with 39 points, went to “Phi Kappa Pheasants.”

This year’s One Box Pheasant hunt, the 62nd, featured 6 new teams and 60 past shooters. The event was a resounding success, raising money for the One Box Scholarship Program and the One Box’s ongoing habitat projects in coordination with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Pheasants Forever.

The full scorecard can be viewed below.