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More Ways to Compete and Win Than Ever at the 2019 SCTP National Championships

SCTP Teams from across the United States (29 states to be exact) are planning, packing, practicing, and getting ready to head with their families, teammates, and friends to the 2019 SCTP National Championships being held at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio, July 13-20, 2019.

“We may reach that 2 million target mark!” Said SCTP National Director, Tom Wondrash. “That’s 11-12 Semi loads of Clay Targets thrown in just this week! This will be the largest National Championship in the history of the SCTP and I’m sure White Flyer (manufacturer of the clay targets and founding sponsor) is quite pleased to see this!”

Teams will be competing in Trap, Skeet, Skeet Doubles Sporting Clays, Double Trap, Handicap Trap and Bunker Trap. Most would think that would be enough however for 2019, SCTP has added several additional competitions for SCTP Teams to participate in including…

Make A Break Competition – Athletes have a chance to win a case of ammo each day by competing in the ever popular Make A Break! Winners will be awarded daily and the finalists will compete head to head on Saturday, July 20 where the grand Prize winner will receive a Fabarm XLR 5 Velocity 12ga.

Skeet Doubles Competition – Athletes that compete in Friday, July 19th’s event of Skeet Doubles at the SCTP Nationals, will have the opportunity to have their number drawn to compete Saturday for a final round of Skeet Doubles and have the chance to win the Beretta A400 Action KO shotgun being donated by Beretta for this event! At the end of competition on Friday, several numbers will be posted and those athletes whose scores end in that number will be eligible to shoot another round of Skeet Doubles where the highest shooter will win the Beretta Shotgun!

Last Competitor Standing– All athletes are eligible to compete in the Last Competitor Standing events being held Wednesday evening after opening ceremonies as well as Friday evening after awards ceremonies for Handicap Trap, Trap Doubles and Bunker Trap. Wrist bands to compete are only $5 and athletes will have a chance to win firearms from our partners at Legacy Sports and SKB Shotguns! A total of 6 guns to be given away along with many other great prizes including about 60 cases of ammo, shooting glasses compliments of RE Ranger, leather shooting bags from Shamrock Leather and much more!

In addition, SCTP youth athletes, families and friends can enter the 2019 SCTP National Raffle where over $30,000.00 in prizes will be won including a Kolar Max O/U Shotgun and 6 additional guns. And like last year, individuals or teams can participate in the Flurry Shoot where prizes will be awarded every day.

For more information on the 2019 SCTP National Championships visit www.sssfonline.org.

Kolar Arms to Sponsor SCTP again in 2019

The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) would like to recognize its continued sponsorship by Kolar Arms of Racine, WI in support of the youth shooting sports!

Kolar, a Wisconsin based manufacturer of high-quality shotguns continues to support the SCTP with a donation of one of their finest shotguns, The Kolar “Low Max” over/under. This shotgun will be available in either a sporting/skeet model or a trap model. The donation is estimated at roughly $12,000. The Kolar shotgun will be used as part of the 2019 SCTP National Raffle and the winner will be drawn at the SCTP National Championships in July.

“Kolar is absolutely delighted to sponsor the SCTP again in 2019 with a fully American made shotgun”, stated Jeff Mainland, CEO of Kolar Arms. “SCTP has demonstrated its ability to use a donation and support not only the source, but support its teams and program as well! This is something Kolar and all Industry sponsors appreciate.”

“We appreciate the continued support and confidence that Kolar has placed in the SCTP”, said Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Director. “We are very grateful for the donation and look forward to a long lasting relationship with Kolar in support of our youth shooting teams across the country”.

If you are interested in supporting youth shooting programs with a donation or sponsorship, please contact the SCTP or Tom Wondrash at twondrash@sssfonline.com

Congratulations to the SCTP National Raffle Winner!

Congratulations to Wayne Werner, from Schaller, Iowa who won a Kolar Low Max over/under Shotgun in the 2018 Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) National Raffle.

Wayne’s purchased his ticket, one of approximately 8,000 tickets sold by 65-70 SCTP teams across the country from his grandson Allen, an SCTP Trap Team member.

Our special thanks to Kolar Arms and all of our SCTP teams that worked so hard to sell this year’s raffle tickets.

SCTP and Kolar Arms Announce Renewed Sponsorship

The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) would like to recognize its continued sponsorship by Kolar Arms of Racine, WI. in support of the youth shooting sports!

Kolar, a long time manufacturer of High quality shotguns stated that they would support the SCTP with a donation of one of their finest shotguns. The Kolar “Low Max” over/under. This firearm will be available in either a sporting/skeet model or a trap model. The donation estimated at roughly $12,000 will be in support of the SCTP and its nationally recognized youth shooting program.

“Kolar is absolutely delighted to sponsor the SCTP and its youth shooting efforts with a fully American made shotgun!” Stated Jeff Mainland, CEO of Kolar Arms. “SCTP has demonstrated its ability to use a donation and support not only the source, but support its teams and program as well! This is something Kolar and all Industry sponsors appreciate.”

“We appreciate the support and confidence that Kolar has placed in the SCTP!” Said Tom Wondrash, the SCTP National Director. “We are very grateful for the donation and look forward to a long lasting relationship with Kolar in support of our youth shooting teams across the country”.

If you are interested in supporting youth shooting programs with a donation or sponsorship, please download the 2018 SCTP Media Guide or contact Tom Wondrash at twondrash@sssfonline.com

Kolar Announces SCTP Sponsorship

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Kolar Arms has announced its support and sponsorship of the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) for the 2015 shooting season.

“We are extremely excited to be part of the program promoting the shooting sports through our junior shooters,” stated John Fournier, Kolar Arms’ Director of Marketing. “We are looking forward to this great relationship and helping the SCTP in their endeavors.”

As a result of this sponsorship, some lucky person will win a Kolar Max Low Profile Over/Under shotgun. The winner will be able to exchange the barrels for a different set of either skeet or sporting clays barrels (at no charge) or can upgrade to a trap combo set for an additional cost. The winner will be drawn from tickets sold by teams across the country, benefiting both the SCTP and those teams.

“We are very happy to have Kolar Arms joining the lengthy list of industry supporters of the SCTP,” claimed Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Director. “Kolar is a great fit into our program. This will certainly help support not only the SCTP, but also our teams and athletes.”

In further support of SCTP, Kolar, based in Racine, Wisconsin, will also be attending the SCTP’s National Championships being held July 13-18 in Sparta, Illinois. This will add to the large number of industry representatives making their presence and support of SCTP and youth shooting felt this summer.

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