Cedar Falls, IA – Starting Wednesday, June 6th the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Iowa State Trapshooting Association (ISTA) will be hosting the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) state trapshooting championship event at the ISTA home grounds just north of Cedar Falls.
Middle school and elementary aged athletes will begin the competition on Wednesday with high school athletes competing Thursday through Sunday. Over 630,000 clay targets will be fired at during the five days of competition with 2,639 youth from 117 Iowa teams scheduled to participate.
This week’s trap championship event is the first culminating event to a season of trap, skeet and sporting clays competitions that started last fall where Iowa teams logged 800 competition events from September 1 through the end of May. Iowa youth have fired at nearly 1.7 million clay targets in these local competitions alone.
Wednesday, June 6th – Rookie and Intermediate Divisions (Grades 8 and under)
Thursday, June 7th – Doubles and Handicap (i.e. added distance) Events, All Ages
Friday, June 8 through Sunday June 10 – High School Divisions
Iowa State Trapshooting Association Home Grounds
6138 W Cedar Wapsi Rd, Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Event Program, Schedules and Results
Complete event program can be found at:
Interactive squad schedules may be viewed by going to http://shot.sssfonline.com/shot/bin/comp/report/schedule.asp?id=1724 then navigating to the event you would like to see the squad schedule for.
Results leaderboards can be found at: http://shot.sssfonline.com/shot/bin/comp/report/leaderboard.asp?id=1724
Scheduled Teams and Athlete Hometown List
Chris VanGorp, Shooting Sports Coordinator, Iowa DNR