SCTP Texas Regional

SCTP Holds First Texas Regional Championship

SCTP Texas Regional The Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team and Fort Worth Claymores Shooting Team boosted their team endowment accounts last month with big winnings of $9500 at SCTP's first Regional Championship in Texas, the Clay Bustin' Bonanza. The athletes enjoyed two days of skeet, trap, and sporting clays at Ellis County Sportsmans Club. The Allen Eagles won the tournament, earning a $4,000 first-place endowment. They won an additional $1,000 for the high overall individual score posted by Lake Bishop and $500 for Hunter Alford's runner-up finish. The Fort Worth Claymores also earned a $3,000 endowment as the second-place team, plus $1,000 for first place in the Flurry. Congratulations to the winning teams and to our Texas athletes for their first Regional Championship!

Plan Your Lodging for Nationals in Sparta

If the SCTP-SPP National Championships in Sparta, Illinois are a part of your team's plans for this year -- and why wouldn't they be? -- it's a good idea to start considering accommodations for the week of July 13-18. To make it easier for you to know your options, especially if this will be your first trip to the Sparta area, we have some resources for you. We've accessed a Google map that shows lodging in the vicinity of the World Shooting & Recreational Complex, so you can not only see your lodging options, but also where they are relative to the complex.

See local lodging near the WSRC




In addition, the World Shooting & Recreational Complex offers 1001 camping sites for those of you who want to stay right on the premises in an RV or tent. Click the link below to learn about the WSRC campground options and to access online reservations. You can also make campground reservations by calling Sherry Flowers at the WSRC, 618-295-2700, ext. 486.

See WSRC campground options




Don't know when you need to be there? Below is the schedule for each discipline:
    Sunday, July 12 - Registration Monday, July 13 - Skeet, skeet handicap/doubles, sporting clays, pistol Tuesday, July 14 - Skeet, sporting clays, pistol Wednesday, July 15 - Skeet, skeet handicap/doubles, sporting clays, pistol Thursday, July 16 - Skeet, skeet handicap/doubles, sporting clays, pistol Friday, July 17 - Trap, skeet doubles, pistol Saturday, July 18 - Trap, skeet doubles, pistol

Video: SPP Southeast Regionals by the Alabama Privateers

The Alabama Privateers SPP team have blown us away yet again with another of their videos, this one from the SPP Southeast Regional Match held recently in Tennessee. In the video, you'll see all the action at this beautiful new range that was designed to SPP specifications and launched with the Southeast Regionals. Enjoy!

SCTP College Regional Is a Spooktacular Success!

20141101_173136SCTP held its first Halloween-weekend College Regional Tournament at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex, and in spite of a windy and cold first day that challenged shooters, it was no less than a Spooktacular success! A total of 212 athletes representing 14 teams from nine states competed in skeet, trap, wobble trap, sporting clays, and 5-stand, registering 65,800 targets. Seventy-five athletes competed in the Last Competitor Standing competition on Saturday evening, with two shooters earning SKB IS300 shotguns. Ladies winner was Anna Pfaff of Hillsdale College, and Men's winner was Bryce James of Lindenwood University. Lindenwood University brought the largest contingent of athletes with 81, followed by Bethel University with 32. Other competing colleges included Purdue University, Martin Methodist College, Midland University, Southeastern Illinois College, Hillsdale College, University of Kentucky, Fort Hays State University, Eastern Kentucky University, Hampden-Sydney College, University of Illinois, University of Missouri, and University of Missouri - Columbia.

Congratulations to Prize Winners Who Completed Our Nationals Survey

We recently closed our National Championships survey after several hundred of you gave us your feedback on our year's big events. As promised, we have drawn the names of eight (8) respondents to win a prize from SCTP or SPP. Congratulations to these winners:
    Aiden Belongia - SPP shooter from Wisconsin SPP water bottle, patch, and pin Houston Unsell - SPP shooter from Alabama SPP water bottle, patch, and pin Darin Bruski - SPP and SCTP shooter from Wisconsin SPP water bottle, patch, and pin William M. Seifert - SCTP shooter from Michigan Case of Nobel Sport ammo Dakota Bishop - SCTP shooter from Texas Case of Fiocchi ammo John Michael Baggett - SCTP shooter from Tennessee SCTP hat and t-shirt Edward Rowland - SCTP coach from Tennessee Weather Writer System Terry Brookman - SCTP coach from Missouri SCTP lanyard, coffee mug, and hot/cold pack
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to our survey and provide us with valuable information that we will use to make future events even better.

Ft. Hays Collegiate Division Central Region Open Championship

The Fort Hays (NE) State Shooting Sports Club and Scholastic Clay Target Program are hosting a Collegiate Division Central Region Open Championship, October 17-19. The tournament will be at Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska. Preregistration is required, and fees can be paid at check-in. Competitive shooting starts each day at 9:00 a.m. Entries will be limited to 200 participants. Each participating school must provide at least one five-person squad that shoots all events for a cumulative team score. Each participating school can enter as many squads (and individuals) as they choose. Team and individual awards will be presented. All SCTP participating schools will have $1,000 in endowment funds deposited to their MidwayUSA Foundation account. Winners will also earn endowment funds.

See Event Flyer / Registration Form

Registration Open for SCTP College Regional “Spooktacular” Tournament, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2

Online registration is now open for the SCTP College Regional "Spooktacular" Tournament planned for Halloween weekend at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, Illinois. The 400-target tournament is open to any college team registered with the Scholastic Clay Target Program. The shoot will open on Friday, October 31 with sporting clays and 5-stand competition, as well as a Last Competitor Standing event and Halloween costume contest. Saturday will feature skeet, wobble trap, and 5-stand events. Trap and an awards ceremony will fill Sunday morning, November 2, before teams' departure in early afternoon. More than $80,000 in endowment funding will be available for contribution to participating and winning teams' MidwayUSA Foundation endowment accounts.

Click here for costs and complete event details



Complete Our National Championships Survey

We want to know what you think. With our 2014 SCTP and SPP National Championships recently behind us, we want to know how we did. Did we meet your expectations or leave you wishing for more? Were our new features hits or misses? We're already planning next year's Nationals, and you can help us make the events even better by giving us some input.

Go to our Nationals Survey



Didn't go to our Nationals events? We still want to hear from you! There are questions for shooters, parents, coaches, and everyone else who has reason to read this page. We've designed the questions so you can simply click to give your response, but if you have more to say, there are opportunities for you to get it all off your chest. To thank you for your input, we'll be drawing for eight (8) prize packages that will be won by respondents. Prizes include ammunition, logo clothing, and logo gear. Thank you in advance for your help in making next year's National Championships the best ever!

Plan for Our SCTP College Regional Spooktacular, October 31 – November 2

Plans are coming together for the SCTP College Regional Spooktacular Tournament on October 31 – November 2 at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, Illinois. The tournament is open to any college registered with SCTP and will offer 400 targets. On Friday, teams can shoot a 100-target sporting clays course ($55) and 50 5-stand targets ($25). Shooters can enter a Last Competitor Standing event ($5) for a chance to win a shotgun. We're also planning a Halloween costume competition for Friday. Saturday's events will include 100 skeet targets ($50), 50 wobble trap targets ($25), and a second day of 5-Stand. An early dinner at the Main Events Building will also be included. On Sunday, teams will shoot 100 trap targets ($50) before awards at noon. All events, including the early dinner on Saturday, will be $225 per person. We expect to offer two divisions: Class AA for larger or more established teams and Class A for newer or smaller teams. Over $80,000 in endowment money will be available at this tournament, including $1000 in attendance endowment funding for each team. Online registration will open September 15.

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