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Congratulations to the SCTP 2019 National Championship All-State Winners

At this year’s SCTP National Championships, athletes from 31 states competed in the 2019 SCTP All State Championship Competition in skeet, trap, and sporting clays.

To compete in the All State Competition athletes had to attend their SCTP State Championship event(s) and attend the 2019 SCTP National Championships in Marengo, OH.

TRAP 1st Place – Minnesota 978
Woodrow Glazer, Senior/Varsity, 200
Ian Wheatcraft, Senior/Varsity, 193
Tanner Thompson, Senior/Jr. Varsity, 195
Max Bunning, Senior/Varsity, 199
Nathan Schultz, Senior/Varsity, 191

SKEET 1st Place – Iowa 973
Thomas Keeshan, Senior/Varsity, 195
Maclane Heinen, Senior/Varsity, 196
Dominick Ver Meer, Senior/Varsity, 198
Jaydon Biles, Senior/Varsity, 191
Hunter Block, Senior/Varsity, 193

SPORTING CLAYS – 1st Place – Georgia 867
Aaron Copelan, Senior/Varsity, 174
Rennie Wilson III, Senior/Varsity, 183
Camryn McCraney, Senior/Varsity, 159
Mitchell Kent, Senior/Varsity, 174
Nash Sinclair, Senior/Varsity, 177

Click here to see a complete list of all the 2019 SCTP All State Athletes (.xls file).

We are looking forward to having even more states represented in the 2020 SCTP All State Competition at the 2020 SCTP National Championships July 11-18.

Congratulations again to all our 2019 SCTP All State Program Winners.

2018 SCTP All-State Teams To Be Named at Nationals

New from the 2017 shooting season and continued for the 2018 season will be the SCTP “All State Team”. This team will be comprised of athletes finishing in the top 5 positions at their respective state shoots in 16 yard singles Trap, American Skeet and Sporting Clays, male and female athletes combined and regardless of their team affiliation!

To be eligible for the All State Team, athletes must:

  1. Attend their SCTP state championship event(s)
  2. Attend the SCTP National Championships in Marengo, OH

Those top 5 athletes (in each discipline from their state shoot) attending the SCTP National Championships being held in Marengo, Ohio July 14-21 2018 will have their scores count towards their “All State Team” score for that discipline! They will not shoot independently of their team and squad however, we will just use the scores shot at nationals for their “All State Team” score. Any ties will be shot off as a squad! The top 5 athletes will be selected across all age divisions and categories in grades 12 and under only.

Special prizes will be issued for the top 3 states (athletes) by order of finish and will be presented at the awards ceremonies at the tournament. These will all be 5 person squads.

If an athlete that finishes in the top 5 (at their state shoot) does not attend the national championships, we will then take the next competitor in line that will be attending nationals in July! That could be a 6th place state finisher, 7th place or so on down the line.

We will have more criteria posted on our website soon in the  SCTP Forms and Handbook section.

If you have any other questions about this great opportunity for our athlete’s, please contact the Directors of Development, Chet Tuinstra or Carlton Nether or contact National Director, Tom Wondrash. 

New for 2017 SCTP State & Nationals Competition! SCTP “All State Team”

Attention all coaches, athletes and parents!

New for the 2017 shooting season will be the SCTP “All State Team”. This team will be comprised of athletes finishing in the top five positions at their respective state shoots in trap, skeet and sporting clays, male and female athletes combined and regardless of their team affiliation!

Those top five athletes (in each discipline) attending the SCTP National Championships being held in Marengo, Ohio, July 8-15, 2017, will have their scores count toward their “All State Team” score for that discipline. They will not shoot independantly of their team and squad, however, we will just use the scores shot at nationals for their “All State Team” score. Any ties will be shot off as a squad.

Special prizes will be issued for the top three states (athletes) by order of finish and will be presented at the awards ceremonies at the tournament. These will all be five-person squads.

If an athlete that finishes in the top five (at their state shoot) does not attend the national championships, we will then take the next competitor in line that will be attending nationals in July! That could be a 6th place state finisher, 7th place or so on down the line.

We will have more criteria posted on our website soon in the red tool bar under “SCTP” and then go to the “forms and handbook” section. If you have any other questions about this great opportunity for our athlete’s, please contact the directors of development, Chet Tuinstra or Carlton Nether, or contact National Director Tom Wondrash.

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