Scholastic Clay Target Program

CONTACTS + STAFF

CONTACTS + STAFF

SCTP National Office

925 Milwaukee Ave
Suite B1
Burlington, WI 53105

SCTP National Program Director

Tom Wondrash

Bio Coming Soon!

Administrative Coordinator

Amanda Wondrash

“I have been involved with SCTP since 2004 first as a “Trap Mom”, then as a part time employee, before being hired on full time in 2014. …”

Amanda Wondrash:

“I have been involved with SCTP since 2004 first as a “Trap Mom”, then as a part time employee, before being hired on full time in 2014. I enjoy watching the athletes and teams grow over the years. When I’m able I enjoy spending time with my family, being outdoors and just enjoying life!”

Administrative Assistant

April Carr

“I got involved with the SCTP like most as a volunteer when my son was competing in the SCTP…”

April Carr:

“I got involved with the SCTP like most as a volunteer when my son was competing in the SCTP; from there it grew into a full time job. My favorite part is watching the athletes grow into young responsible adults. Taking a shy kid who may not fit in with the other traditional team sports and giving them a place to shine and make friends that will last a lifetime, and experience what it’s like to be a part of a team is what I deem the most valuable part of the SCTP.”

Director of Development Eastern US

Chet Tuinstra

“I became involved with SCTP in 2004 as a parent of an athlete and then as assistant and head coach of a new team in Burlington WI…”

Chet Tunistra:

“I became involved with the Scholastic Clay Target in 2004 as a parent of an athlete and then as assistant and head coach of a new team in Burlington Wisconsin. I have been in my current position as Director of Development for the Eastern US since 2015. Having been involved with the Scholastic Clay Target Program at all levels, I have had the pleasure of witnessing first-hand the positive effects of the SCTP on its athletes. Young people working for a common goal as part of a team while achieving personal growth is the ultimate reward!”

Director of Development Western US

Jeff Morrison

“I became involved with the SCTP in 2009 as an Iowa Conservation Officer working for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources while assisting with the Iowa SCTP State Championships….”

Jeff Morrison:

“I became involved with the SCTP in 2009, assisting with the Iowa SCTP State Championships as an Iowa Conservation Officer with the Iowa Department Of Natural Resources. The safety conscious behavior, sportsmanship and comradery displayed by the young athletes at this event led me to believe that the SCTP was a program I wanted my family and community to be involved in.

In 2010, I was part of a group that started an SCTP team in Dickinson county. For the next 6 years I had the pleasure of volunteering as a coach, watching my son grow and progress through the program. I am still actively coaching with the team and enjoy watching the young athletes grow and mature into young adults. I have also been very active in coach training in Iowa. Certifying SCTP coaches in both the Iowa Basic Shotgun Coach Course.

After 32 years I had the opportunity to retire from the Iowa DNR and join the SCTP National Staff as the Director of Development for the Western US. I am honored and excited to be part of the SCTP team. I look forward to helping the program grow while providing support for the teams, athletes, coaches and families to enjoy competing in the SCTP. Few people find their dream job, I on the other hand have been lucky enough to find two. I have never worked a day in my life!”

Southeast Regional Field Representative

Bernie Till

“I got involved with the SCTP like most as a volunteer when my son was competing in the SCTP…”

Bernie Till:

“I got started in youth clay target sports in 2009 as the coach of the Heathwood Hall Sporting Clays team in support of his son’s shooting sports interest. He became a SCTP head coach in 2011 for the Mid Carolina Young Guns.

Bernie led the effort to bring SCTP back to SC in 2013 after a 2-year hiatus by volunteering to serve as State Advisor for SC. In 2017, he built a partnership with 4-H teams in South Carolina that has resulted in many new SCTP teams, more shooting opportunities for kids and which has seen SCTP participation triple in the first year. Since then, South Carolina has been one of the fastest growing states.

Bernie is a 4-H State Instructor and has certified over 300 coaches in support of his passion for promoting youth shooting by equipping new teams with qualified coaches. Bernie became the Southeast Regional Field Representative, responsible or Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina in 2018.”

Northeast Regional Field Representative

Hank Garvey

Bio Coming Soon!

Lower Midwest Regional Field Representative

Jason Anderson

“I’m honored and excited to promote and support SCTP teams, knowing that supporting the SCTP coaches is key to our success…”

Jason Anderson:

“I’m honored and excited to promote and support SCTP teams, knowing that supporting the SCTP coaches is key to our success.

I am Head Coach of the five-time SCTP High School National Champions Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team and serve as Regional Field Representative that covers the “Lower Midwest” area, including Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.”

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