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2019 Nationals High Overall Team Endowment Funding

As another year closes and all National Championships are now complete, we are announcing the top High Overall (HOA) winners from this year’s SCTP National Championships.

We will be awarding MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment funding for the top 4 teams in each of the HOA divisions as follows.

2019 Trap High Overall Winners at SCTP National Championships

Main Event HOA, High School only HOA and Trap only HOA. $60,000 will be awarded to these team’s accounts!

The funding will be as follows, 1st place - $8,000, 2nd place - $6,000, 3rd place - $4,000 and 4th place - $2,000. This will be for each HOA discipline for a total of $60,000!

See complete event results on our website here...

We want to thank all the teams that participated at this years National Championships and look forward to another record-breaking year coming up!

If you missed this year's event please mark your calendars for our 2020 nationals July 11-18 at the Cardinal Shooting Center!

HOA Winning Teams
Main Event (Trap/Skeet/Sporting Clays)
1st Place – Lake Oconee Shotgun Team, Georgia
2nd Place – Central Georgia Elite Shooters, Georgia
3rd Place – Blackwood Team, Texas
4th Place – Forest City Gun Club, Georgia

High School HOA (Trap/Skeet/Sporting Clays - High School Teams Only)
1st Place – Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team, Texas
2nd Place – Central Falcons, Wisconsin
3rd Place – North Scott Trap Team, Iowa
4th Place – Ankeny Centennial Jaguars, Iowa

Trap Only HOA (16 yard singles, Handicap and Trap Doubles)
1st Place – North Scott Trap Team, Iowa
2nd Place – Ankeny Centennial Jaguars, Iowa
3rd Place – Golden Eagles, Illinois
4th Place – Waterford Wolverines, Wisconsin

About the National Championships
Complete information, participation, statistics and stock photos can be found at: https://sssfonline.org/news/media/

2019 NSCA-SCTP All-American Team Announced

The NSCA-SCTP All-American Team recognizes SCTP athletes who compete in NSCA registered events. To be eligible for the SCTP All-American Team, a shooter must be a member in good standing with NSSA-NSCA and SCTP, must shoot a minimum of 500 NSCA registered targets, and must shoot their respective SCTP state or regional shoot or the SCTP National Championships. The NSCA-SCTP All-American Team will be determined via points earned by competing and placing against other SCTP athletes.
NSCA-SCTP All-American selection will be divided into four teams, including Open Sub-Junior, Lady Sub-Junior, Open Junior, and Lady Junior. Eight members will be selected to each team. Points can be earned from January 1 to December 31, with the team being selected in the spring of the following shooting year. Athletes who are selected to an NSCA Sub-Junior or Junior Concurrent All-American Team will not be eligible to make the NSCA-SCTP All-American Team. See the 2019 team...

Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation 2020 Scholarship Program

The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF), is once again offering our scholarship program to reward deserving, graduating seniors in the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) with needed college assistance. The main objective is to award as many scholarships as possible to qualifying SCTP / SASP graduating seniors.

Since 2013, the SSSF has awarded over $450,000 in scholarship funds benefiting over 450 student athletes, from nearly all 50 states in the Scholastic Clay Target and Scholastic Action Shooting programs. We are pleased to announce that last year’s Scholarship Program awarded over $100,000 to qualifying applicants.

The SSSF is establishing minimal guidelines for the selection procedure, thus allowing the final selection to be as simple as possible.

*NOTE – You must be a current and paid member of the SCTP or SASP national organization at the time of application submission! See details on how to complete your team registration here.

General Procedures: Each applicant must be a graduating senior within the year of the awarded scholarship and must be registered for college before the scholarship is awarded in that same year.• Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative Grade Point Average through the most recent grading period ending on or before April 1, 2020.

• Each prospective recipient must be registered as a full-time college student before the scholarship is awarded and must provide the name of the post-secondary college or community/ junior college to receive the scholarship proceeds. Each scholarship check will be mailed to the appropriate college in the student’s name by October 1, 2020. The scholarship funds are to be used for tuition.  This is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship.

• Applicants may not be in receipt of any “full” scholarship funds in order to qualify (i.e., athletics, military academy, academic, etc.).

• Applicants must have participated during 2019-2020 in one of their SCTP / SASP State Championships, National Championships, or regional events in Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, Olympic Bunker, Olympic Skeet Championships; Pistol or Rifle.

• Applicants must be able to complete all parts of the application packet:

Application / Personal Information Page:
•One Page Student Resume or School and Non-School Activities and Honors
•One Page Essay (see Essay Guidelines)
•Must attach current high school transcript or home school transcript!
Application Deadline (for the entire application packet): Midnight, April 19th, 2020
All Materials Must Be Received together as one packet by Deadline.  No exceptions!

Large Prize Package Up For Grabs at Nationals Kids & Clays Event

(Marengo, OH) - Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is partnering with the Kids and Clays Foundation to hold a registered two-day sporting clay charity event at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. The event will be held Friday July 20 and Saturday July 21 during SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program National Championships.  The event is open to the public, parents and coaches of athletes attending the SCTP and the athletes themselves. All registrants for the event will be entered in a drawing for a large prize package of firearms, outdoor and shooting gear worth more than $14,000! Prizes, donated by many great sponsors, are listed below. Click here to sign up for this event today! The event is open to the public and those participating or attending the SCTP National Championships. The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is the nation’s leader in youth development shooting sports programs. The Kids and Clays Foundation supports a series of shooting events across the country with all proceeds benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities. All proceeds from this special two-day event will help each organization fulfill their mission. “We’re not only happy to partner with Kids & Clays on this event but are thrilled to be able to offer such a large prize package just for participating in the event,” said Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Program Director. “This event will make for a great ending to what is shaping up as record-setting National Championships at Cardinal.” Besides the great prizes, top finishers in this registered event will be recognized with trophies. A portion of the proceeds, through the Kids & Clays Foundation, benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, who provide housing and other help to tens of thousands of critically ill children and their families across the country each year. “We are blessed to be associated with such a quality organization as the SCTP,” said Doug Jeanneret, Kids & Clays Foundation executive director. “We certainly invite all who have an interest in shooting and also in helping youth to attend this marquis event.” Proceeds will also benefit the SCTP’s scholarship program providing assistance to graduating high school seniors continuing their education in college. Scholarship applications are available on the SSSF’s website. The Prize Package for participants of the sporting clay event includes: Beretta o  A300 Outlander 12 Ga Winchester o  SX3 Compact Ruger o  Vaquero SKB o  90TSS O/U Mossberg o  International 20 Ga Savage o  320 12 Ga CZ o  712 12 Ga TriStar o  O/U Shotgun Smith & Wesson o  Bodyguard .380 ALPS o  Ultimate Recliner o  ALPS Rocking Chair Browning o  ULU Hatchet o  Second Chance Zebra Knife o  Stick It Throwing Knife o  Wihongi Tomahawk o   Track USB Rechargeable Light o   Two Piece Shooting Rest o   Speed Load Knife o   Lona Shell Box Carrier o   Lona Deluxe Pouch o   Crazy Horse Leather Mag Case o  Ranger Black Hat o   Backpack o   Range Pro bag o  Hidalgo Soft Gun Case Briley o  $300 gift cards Camp Chef o  Big Gas Grill X2 Champion o  Workhorse Trap Machine o  Passive Slim Ear Muffs o  Ear Muffs with Glasses o  Pink Youth Glasses Girls With Guns o  MOO Gun Bag o  MTS Bullet Dangle Earrings o   Duck Stamp Hat o   Black Koozie o   $25 Gift Card Hodgdon Powder Co. o  8 lb. gift card OTIS o  Elite Cleaning Kit o  12 Ga Rip Cord o  20 GA Rip Cord o  Bio Mix Starter Pack o  Tandem Wipes 085 Thermacell o  Scout Camp Lantern o  MRP450 Repeller o   Mosquito Protection (Slate) Winchester o  Bar HT Directors Chair o  Red Captains Chair o  AA Shell Holder o  AA Shell Bag o  AA Mailbox o  Red Am. Legend Mug o  AA Thermometer For more details on the special two-day sporting clay event or for more information on the SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program visit www.sssfonline.org or contact Amanda Wondrash at awondrash@sssfonline.com or Tom Wondrash at twondrash@sssfonline.com. For more information about the Kids & Clays Foundation visit www.kidsandclays.com or contact Doug Jeanneret (Doug@kidsandclays.com) or Zac Lemmon (Zac@kidsandclays.com) or call 219-874-2100. For more information on the Cardinal Shooting Center, visit www.thecardinalcenter.com.

Who Will Take Top Gun Honors in 2018?

The Scholastic Clay Target Program and Scholastic Action Shooting Program are excited to announce a new event at this year’s National Championships - the Top Gun Challenge. Over the years we have watched the increase in athletes shooting multiple disciplines in both our programs at nationals. We wanted to find a way to recognize the commitment and stamina these athletes have shown competing in so many events, over the course of the week of nationals. CZ-USA, a large sponsor of both SCTP and SASP heard us talking about wanting to start some kind of “Top Gun” competition and graciously offered to sponsor the top prize for the winner. CZ-USA will be donating a Shotgun, a Rifle and Pistol to SCTP/SASP and we will be awarding all three prizes to the High Overall Top Gun Challenge competitor. With CZ’s support here is what we have come up with for the 2018 SCTP/SASP Nationals. Top Gun Challenge Eligibility Criteria, Scoring and Prizes
  • Athletes wishing to compete in the Top Gun Challenge must be current team members in the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) AND the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP).
  • Athletes wishing to compete in the Top Gun Challenge must be pre-registered to shoot the following events at the 2018 National Championships:
    • 16 Yard Trap
    • Skeet
    • Sporting Clays
    • Rimifre Rifle (irons or optics)
    • Centerfire or Rimfire Pistol
  • Each athlete wishing to compete in the Top Gun Challenge must complete a registration form in person at either the SASP or SCTP registration desk located at the Cardinal Center Central Entry Building prior to competing in their first event. Athletes will then shoot all competition events as usual.
  • We will compile scores from your events and calculate the winners. Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays is easy you will get the total number of birds you break in each discipline, so a possible 600 points. Since SASP is based on time and not total targets hit, it will be done a little differently. We will take all participants and rank both their rifle times and their pistol times fastest to slowest.
    • The fastest in each discipline will get 200, second place 199, third place 198 and so on down the line until everyone has a score.  We will add all those points together and the athlete with the most points out of the possible 1000 will win.
  • Every Athlete who competes in all the events and signs up, will receive a Top Gun Challenge challenge coin just for participating and showing your shooting stamina.
Prizes for Athletes Grade 12 and Under
  • 1st prize – CZ USA 612 Target Shotgun, CZ 75 SP01 Phantom Pistol and a 512 American Rifle
  • 2nd Prize – CZ Drake 12ga. Over/Under
  • 3rd Prize – Certificate for a GLOCK Pistol
  • 4th Prize – Mossberg Blaze .22 Rifle
  • 5th Prize – Case of Aguila shotgun shells and 1000 rounds of Federal Premium Hunter Match .22 ammo
  • 6th Prize – Walker’s electronic hearing protection, Certificate for XX2I glasses
Prizes for Collegiate Athletes
  • 1st Prize Mossberg Blaze .22 Rifle
  • 2nd Prize Certificate for XX2I Glasses
  • 3rd Prize Browning Range Bag
SCTP and SASP want to thank all of our sponsors for their support of our programs and the Top Gun Challenge!

Congratulations to 2018 Scholarship Recipients

Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation is proud to announce the 2018 recipients in its Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) Scholarship Program. One hundred thirty three student athletes from 25 different states will receive scholarships totaling $83,300. From 2013 to date, SSSF has awarded nearly $400,000 in scholarship funds benefiting over 400 student athletes in the Scholastic Clay Target and Scholastic Action Shooting programs. Athletes who are graduating from high school in 2018 and will enroll in college this year were eligible to apply for this year’s scholarships. Awards are based on SCTP/SASP participation, academics, need, essays and other factors. The scholarships are being funded by generous shooting industry sponsors, as well as supporters and donors who provide the SCTP with funds through national fundraising banquets. Congratulations to the following 2018 Scholastic Action Shooting Program scholarship recipients:
State Name Sponsor
IA Zachary Henry GLOCK
KY Austin Arnold SASP
TN Anders Rider SASP
WI Kiera Wood GLOCK
WI Teagan Richman SASP
WI Emily Rasmussen Taurus
Congratulations to the following 2018 Scholastic Clay Target Program scholarship recipients:
State Name
AZ Hanna Hughes
AZ Kira Cornell Dean
AZ Cody Gill
AZ Lewis Aul
CA Lauren Hamada
CA Wyatt Hambly
CA Isaac Smith
CA Alexander Ke
CO Mason Wolfe
CO Dalton Kirchhoefer
CO Bryon Baca
GA Charles Toms
GA Kevin Bandt
IA Dain Stolba
IA Bailey Beckman
IA Alexis Berte
IA Allison Pettinger
IA Brooke Willson
IA Sydney Pierson
IA Dayton Harson
IA Garett Tierney
IA Sarah Jordan
IA Stephanie Vipond
IA Trenton Kruse
IA Christopher Mott
IA Ashton Lamborn
IA Lucas Schmitz
IA Jenna Kinch
IA Bailey Schmitz
IA Caleb Williams
IA Zachary Henry
IA Cole Baskerville
IA August Helgeson
IA Dayne Crouch
IA Nicole Breese
IA Carter West
IA Kyle Myers
IA Sloan Volkman
IA Willam Hurd
IA Michael Mohr
IA Carl Preston
IA Rebecca Crawford
IL Jesse Stevens
IL Ryan St. Peters
IL Isaac Barnes
IN Jacob Eggebrecht
IN Spencer Jordan
IN Tyler Eggert
MA Andrew Worringham
MA Meagan Wyson
MA Alexia Davos
MA Devereux Marshall
MD Chase Tyeryar
MI Megan Scholl
MI Joshua Bush
MN Megan Ringate
MN Austin Swan
MO Tom Browne
NE Anna Denman
NM Patrick Lasher
OH Julia Horner
OH Derek Sinclair
OH Courtney Leszczynski
OH Eugene Koczwara
OH Quinton Taylor
OH Nolan Andrasik
OH Kathryn Taylor
OH Carson Ledford
OH David Spradlin
OH Matthew Le Cras
PA Mauren Mitchell
PA Dylan Henkins
PA Nathan Metzger
SC Mary Gregory
SC Benjamin Tillman Kinney
SC Aubrey Cromer
SC Jessica Knox
SC Tangie McFee
SC Carrie Haltiwanger
SC Abigail Milling
SD Kjerstin Aspaas
TN Jacob Pinson
TN Anastasia Zimmerman
TN Evan Fleet
TN Tori Brown
TN James Hartman
TN Lauren Thomas
TN Mikaela Messer
TN Kincaid Gillespie
TX Dakota Brown
TX Charles Buckin III
TX Victoria Scott
VA Zachary Wells
WI Zachary Becker
WI Jack Meixelsperger
WI Lea Beckman
WI Sunny Rufsholm
WI Laura Behr
WI Andrew Grady
WI Megan Cernohous
WI Rebecca Reeves
WI Jason Brewer
WI Riley Hammer
WI Aimee Spiering
WI Josie McHugh
WI Korryn Clint
WI Matthew Bougie
WI Ty Flannery
WI Steven Klika
WI William Zajkowski
WI Matthew Wells
WI Harlan Schwanebeck
WI Reed Miller
WI Ethan Jensen
WI George Carlo Clark
WI Samuel Coates
WI Easton Meier
WI Nicholas Mader
WI Edie Keung
WI Hunter Sadler
WI Jordan Marvin
WI Casey Lucas
WI Adam Hilger
WI Matthew Young
WI Sarah Schwacher
WI Ian Walton
WY Reese Romero

Cardinal Center to Host Scholastic Clay Target Program and Kids & Clays Foundation Event

The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is partnering with the Kids and Clays Foundation to hold a two-day sporting clay charity event at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. The event will be held Friday July 20 and Saturday July 21 during SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program National Championships.   The event is open to the public. Click here to sign up for this event today! The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is the nation’s leader in youth development shooting sports programs.  The Kids and Clays Foundation supports a series of shooting events across the country with all proceeds benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities.  All proceeds from this special two-day event will help each organization fulfill their mission. “This event adds more excitement to our National Championships while also benefiting both organizations,” said Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Program Director.  “Although our missions are different, in the end, both organizations greatly benefit youth and families.  This makes our event a win-win across the board. This partnership is so significant to us that we designated Kids & Clays as our Charity of Choice last year and into the future.” The Kids & Clays Foundation also sees great value in this partnership. “We are certainly proud to work with such a highly respected organization that is making a great difference in the future of our shooting sports,” said Doug Jeanneret, Kids & Clays executive director. “This two-day shoot highlights the work of both our organizations while at the same time raising badly needed funds.  And as important, it is a really fun event for all participants.” Top finishers in this registered event will be recognized with trophies. All participants will be entered into a large drawing with over $10,000 in prizes including firearms, outdoor gear, gas grills and other great merchandise from companies such as Henry, Beretta, Browning, Lansky, Winchester Ammunition, Briley, Champion, Camp Chef, Alps Outdoorz, Hodgdon Powder Co., Girls with Guns, Otis Technology, and Allen. A portion of the proceeds, through the Kids & Clays Foundation, benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, who provide housing and other help to tens of thousands of critically ill children and their families across the country each year. Proceeds will also benefit the SCTP’s scholarship program providing assistance to graduating high school seniors continuing their education in college. For more details on the special two-day sporting clay event or for more information on the SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target Program visit www.sssfonline.org or contact Amanda Wondrash at awondrash@sssfonline.com or Tom Wondrash at twondrash@sssfonline.com. For more information about the Kids & Clays Foundation visit www.kidsandclays.com  or contact Doug Jeanneret (Doug@kidsandclays.com) or Zac Lemmon (Zac@kidsandclays.com) or call 219-874-2100. For more information on the Cardinal Shooting Center, visit www.thecardinalcenter.com.

Hollywood Comes to the SCTP Nationals

For several months now, we’ve been working with some folks in the movie world who are interested in what we do here at the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP). I am very pleased to announce that at the 2018 SCTP National Championships being held at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio, they will begin filming a major motion picture that’s going to be the first of its kind in the clay shooting world! This movie has a great story line and the SCTP staff, coaches and athletes will be featured throughout the show. We’ll be releasing more details over the next couple months but for now make your plans to be at this years National Championships in Marengo, Ohio July 14-21. You never know, you might end up on the ‘big screen’!! Check out the trailer on our YouTube channel and stay tuned, much more to come! Tom Wondrash SCTP National Director

Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team wins 6th straight Texas State Championship

While thousands gathered for the NRA annual convention in Dallas on May 4-6 to pontificate about firearms, about 300 sixth through twelfth graders comprising two dozen youth shotgun teams convened at Ellis County Sportsman’s Club just 20 miles away for the Scholastic Clay Target Program’s 2018 Texas State Shotgun Championships. “Ellis County is one of the few venues in North Texas that can handle a tournament this size,” noted Coach Rich Keele. “For anything bigger, we pretty much have to use the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio.” More than 70,000 targets and 3,000 boxes of shotgun ammo decided individual, squad, and team state champions in American Skeet, American Trap, and Sporting Clays. According to longtime supporter Bill Alford whose son shot on the first national champion squad for the Eagles, “The growth of youth shotgun sports is incredible. You know it’s grown when parents and coaches get frustrated because all the shoots fill up on the first day of registration.” Hundreds of medals, trophies, and belt buckles were awarded to athletes in grades 6-12 competing in their respective classifications. For most, this was the pinnacle of their season having battled the elements throughout the 6-month league which started back in November. Many will compete in the Lower Midwest Regional Tournament in San Antonio June 16-17 along with athletes from OK, AR, and LA.  A few will go on to represent Texas at the SCTP American Team Nationals July 18-22 in Marengo, OH versus 3,000+ shooting athletes from across the nation. Among the Eagles who have already qualified for the All-State-Team representing Texas at Nationals are Rob Beach (Trap), Trevor Christensen (Skeet), Sean Packer (Sporting Clays), and Grant Stelmach (Sporting Clays). Beach and Packer also qualified as All-Americans in Sporting Clays, while Morgan Scott and Brandon Stone qualified as All-Americans in Skeet. The Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team won the High Overall Team Championship by a margin of 42 targets out of 1,500 over the Southlake Carroll Target Program who earlier this year placed 1st in the North Texas League by 29 targets over the Eagles out of 4,500 shot in 9 league events. Also in the running for the HOA team state crown, 1 target separated 3rd place Red Oak High School Shotgun Team from 4th place Grace Cougars of Tyler with newcomer Keller High School Clay Target Team in 5th place by just 4 more targets. Allen and Southlake tied for the Skeet team award. But, Allen got the win in a shootoff with Southlake veterans Nicholas Godfrey and Tyler Hall demonstrating exceptional sportsmanship. The Eagles took the Sporting Clays team award by 3 targets over the Dragons. And Pleasant Grove Shotgun Club bested Allen by 1 target out of 500 for the Trap Team Championship. The level of competition just keeps getting tougher. Every year, there are more and better teams competing. “Every year, we graduate a bunch of great shooters and fool ourselves into thinking we’ve seen the best of the best. But each year, a new crop of young shooters step up to the plate and raise the bar,” noted Eagles head coach Jason Anderson. “We just reload.” Allen had a host of individual and squad award winners too! SKEET Team: GOLD-Trevor Christensen, Morgan Scott, Nick Welch Varsity Squad: BRONZE-Morgan Scott, Robert Beach, Sean Packer Varsity Lady: GOLD-Morgan Scott, BRONZE-Bailey Finnelly JV Squad: Trenton Christensen, Meredith McCarty, Garrett Koch Intermediate/Advanced Squad: SILVER-Owen Lyons, Riley Showah, Brandon Martin Intermediate/Advanced Athlete: GOLD-Owen Lyons Intermediate/Entry Squad: GOLD-Nick Welch, Dylan Little, Tyler Stelmach Intermediate/Entry Athlete: GOLD-Nick Welch, SILVER-Dylan Little TRAP Team: SILVER-Robert Beach, Bailey Finnelly, Sean Packer, Morgan Scott, Kaleb Carper Varsity Squad: GOLD-Robert Beach, Bailey Finnelly, Morgan Scott, Jackson Harper, Jake Lundberg & SILVER-Sean Packer, Kaleb Carper, Thomas Keele, John Lyons, Grant Stelmach Varsity Lady: SILVER-Bailey Finnelly, BRONZE-Morgan Scott JV Squad: SILVER-Ellie Moeller, Oliver Harrison, Presli Richmond, Hunter Rhodes, Joseph Showah JV Lady: BRONZE-Ellie Moeller Intermediate/Entry Squad: GOLD-Dylan Little, Nick Welch, Tyler Stelmach, Brett Windham, Luc Tomczak & SILVER-Austin Hodge, Alex Martin, Connor Bowles, Alex Bull, Samantha Gott & BRONZE-Hudson Cooper, Logan Martinez Intermediate/Entry Athlete: BRONZE-Hudson Cooper Intermediate/Entry Lady: BRONZE-Samantha Gott SPORTING CLAYS Team: GOLD-Sean Packer, Grant Stelmach, Thomas Keele Varsity Squad: GOLD-Sean Packer, Grant Stelmach, Thomas Keele Intermediate/Advanced Squad: SILVER-Owen Lyons, Brandon Martin, Riley Showah Intermediate/Advanced Athlete: GOLD-Owen Lyons Intermediate/Entry Squad: GOLD-Nick Welch, Dylan Little, Tyler Stelmach & BRONZE-Austin Hodge, Brett Windham, Luc Tomczak Intermediate/Entry Athlete: SILVER-Nick Welch HIGH OVER ALL H.O.A. Team: GOLD-Allen Skeet: Trevor Christensen, Morgan Scott, Nick Welch, Grant Stelmach, Sean Packer Sporting Clays: Sean Packer, Grant Stelmach, Thomas Keele, Kaleb Carper, Nick Welch Trap: Robert Beach, Bailey Finnelly, Sean Packer, Morgan Scott, Kaleb Carper H.O.A. Varsity Athlete: BRONZE-Sean Packer H.O.A. Varsity Lady: SILVER-Morgan Scott, BRONZE-Bailey Finnelly H.O.A. Intermediate/Advanced Athlete: GOLD-Owen Lyons H.O.A. Intermediate/Entry Athlete: SILVER-Nick Welch, BRONZE-Dylan Little H.O.A. Intermediate/Entry Lady: BRONZE-Samantha Gott

SCTP 2018 Ohio Regional Shoot

Please join us at the Cardinal Shooting Center May 12-13 for a regional championship event featuring trap, skeet, sporting clays and international bunker trap! Teams may shoot any or all events! Team & Individual Awards! Random prizes to be awarded! 200 Trap / 100 Skeet / 100 Sporting Clays / 50 Bunker This event is Team Scoring! HOA to include Trap/Skeet/Sporting Clays All registrations are done through the SHOT system Open to all SCTP Registered Teams! Categories = Varsity, JV and Intermediate *NSSA/NSCA/ATA rules apply. Event coordinator has final word relating to this event. Teams must be registered with the SCTP prior to event. College athlete scores will not be used for HOA. Registration will be through the SSSF SHOT System and will be available on April 9th.

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