Team Kolar



Clay Baldwin

Derrick Mein

Dr. Kevin Monteleone

Mitchel Loveless II

Pat Lieske

Paul Giambrone

Richard Marshall Jr


Aaron Willoughby

Ben Dietz

Darrell Farr

Jerry "JT" Osborne

Lauren Mueller

Mitchel Loveless II

Richard Marshall Jr

Sandra Jo Jack

Scott McKinnon

Stephanie Martinago

Venoy " Tank" Lunsford


Allen McCannon

Becky McCumber

Bill Burke

Clay Baldwin

Craig Parsons

Dan Lewis

Dennis Burns

Dr. Kevin Monteleone

Fred Tschantz

Paul Giambrone


Derrick Mein

Drew Lieske

Malcolm Parker

Melanie Parker

Michael Maskell

Pat Lieske


Denton Skogen

Diana Riddle

Jordan Hintz


Chase Perry

Cheyenne Waldrop

Cole Gintert

Davis Zeigler

Gabriel Tharpe

Gordon Novak

Hayden Wege

Hunter Morton

Jessica Strasser

Kaitlyn Koenig

Nick Ballentine

Owen Knight

Payton DeTavernier

Sheaffer Stanfill

Skeete Smitha

Steven Bivins

Taylor Behrens

Victoria Stellato

Zane Lee


Cheyenne Waldrop  

Cheyenne Waldrop


Max T/A Low Profile
30” O/U
.750 Bore

Cheyenne is a Young Athlete who started shooting when she was only 5 and learned to enjoy her Ruger 10/22. During her Freshman year at Del Oro High School she learned that they have a trap team and wanted to give it a try. Her love for shooting Trap started during her freshmen year at the High School Competitions, competing in American Trap. She decided at the end of the season that she wanted to try International Bunker after watching the 2012 Olympics. At her 1st National USA Shooting event in International Trap (2013 Spring Selections at Fort Benning GA) she was able to place 2nd in her class, beating several others with much more experience. On June 16, 2013 Cheyenne was able to secure herself a position on the US National Jr Shotgun Team. She is only the 3rd female to shoot directly onto the team without having first shot onto the Jr Olympic Team, and she did so after only 11 months of shooting bunker.

Her first shotgun was her Grandfather’s Remington 870 20 Gauge. After a few times using that she was offered to use her Great Grandfathers 1959 Remington Sportsman 58 in 12 Gauge. As she got used to it she continued to beat her personal best at each competition. After shooting several thousand rounds through this gun she noticed some cracking in the receiver. Unfortunately it was time to finally retire her beloved shotgun and now shoots a Kolar Arms Trap LW/MID, 30.

Cheyenne’s goal now is to continue to train at the Coon Creek Trap & Skeet in Lincoln, CA and compete on the USA National Team both nationally and internationally. She is working hard with her International Shooting coach and training hard every week to make her goal. While chasing down her goals to compete internationally and representing the USA in the best light possible she continues to be active within the FFA as the Vice President. This dedication has allowed her to rank as one of the top 20 shooters in the USA in very short time.