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


Stephanie Martinago  

Stephanie Martinago


30" Low Profile
.750 Bore

Stephanie began shooting at the age of 11 and began competing in the shotgun sports. She developed love for this sport after participating in a shotgun clinic for beginning shooters sponsored by the Scholastic Clay Target Program. Originally, she signed up to gain better gun handling skills before going pheasant hunting for the first time but she found the competitive atmosphere of trapshooting competitions to become far more enticing. In the spring of 2003, Stephanie participated in her first target season shooting American trap where she was awarded the most improved at the end of the season. Determined to increase her skill level, Stephanie once again enrolled in the Scholastic Clay Target Program, trained with her team at the Sacramento Trap Club and won the Silver Medal at the SCTP State Shoot in the Junior Experienced division.

Following a successful season, she was approached by B.J. McDaniel, the assistant National Coach, to the then USA Shooting National Shotgun Coach Lloyd Woodhouse to participate in the International (Olympic) style of trapshooting. Her first competition in the was the 2006 USAS National Junior Olympic Shotgun Championships in Colorado Springs after which she decided to dedicate herself to the next level of the shooting sports by participating in national and international competitions. After a year of dedicated training Stephanie participated in the 2007 USAS National Junior Olympic Championships and shot phenomenally in challenging weather conditions and won the silver medal in the women’s category and secured a spot on the USA Shooting National Development Team.

Stephanie continues to shoot the International style of trapshooting in addition to participating in local American trap and Skeet competitions. Stephanie also sponsored by the prestigious Olympic Club of San Francisco and a member of their Shotgun Team. The Olympic Club in San Francisco is America’s oldest amateur athletic club. Stephanie’s goal is to successfully represent her community and country in competitions using her favorite shotgun, the Kolar trap combo. In addition to participating in shotgun sporting events and pursuing an MBA, Stephanie works as a Business Intelligence Analyst in San Francisco.