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Michigan SCTP Regional Skeet / Sporting Clays Championship

Kent County Conservation League will host the Michigan SCTP Regional Skeet and Sporting Clays Championship on June 6-7.

Money and medals will be provided for both disciplines and Varsity, Intermediate, and Rookie Divisions, 1st through 3rd places. Individual medals will also be awarded per discipline and division for 1st place.

See the event flyer for more details.

Contact Tim Wiley at 616-581-0471 for more information.

SCTP Holds First Texas Regional Championship

SCTP Texas Regional

The Allen Eagles Competitive Shooting Team and Fort Worth Claymores Shooting Team boosted their team endowment accounts last month with big winnings of $9500 at SCTP’s first Regional Championship in Texas, the Clay Bustin’ Bonanza. The athletes enjoyed two days of skeet, trap, and sporting clays at Ellis County Sportsmans Club.

The Allen Eagles won the tournament, earning a $4,000 first-place endowment. They won an additional $1,000 for the high overall individual score posted by Lake Bishop and $500 for Hunter Alford’s runner-up finish.

The Fort Worth Claymores also earned a $3,000 endowment as the second-place team, plus $1,000 for first place in the Flurry.

Congratulations to the winning teams and to our Texas athletes for their first Regional Championship!

Fort Hays Hosts SCTP Central Region Collegiate Championship

Fort Hays State University and Scholastic Clay Target Program hosted the 3rd SCTP Central Region Collegiate Championship event at the Heartland Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska on October 17-19. The 500-target event included 100 targets each in trap singles, wobble, skeet, skeet doubles, and sporting clays. A total of 95 student athletes from 11 colleges participated in the event.

The top five placing colleges were:

HOA ChampionFort Hays State University
Runner-upLindenwood University
3rd placeMidland University
4th placeTrinidad Junior College
5th placeHastings College

Other participating colleges included the University of Central Missouri, Colorado State University, Concordia University, Kansas State University, Pratt Community College, and Wichita State University.

SCTP provided $26,000 in endowment funds for the event and will deposit the funds into the schools’ endowment accounts at MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc.

Ft. Hays Collegiate Division Central Region Open Championship

The Fort Hays (NE) State Shooting Sports Club and Scholastic Clay Target Program are hosting a Collegiate Division Central Region Open Championship, October 17-19.

The tournament will be at Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Preregistration is required, and fees can be paid at check-in. Competitive shooting starts each day at 9:00 a.m.

Entries will be limited to 200 participants. Each participating school must provide at least one five-person squad that shoots all events for a cumulative team score. Each participating school can enter as many squads (and individuals) as they choose.

Team and individual awards will be presented. All SCTP participating schools will have $1,000 in endowment funds deposited to their MidwayUSA Foundation account. Winners will also earn endowment funds.


See Event Flyer / Registration Form


Save the Date: College Regional Tournament, Oct. 31-Nov. 2

The Scholastic Clay Target Program will be hosting a College Regional “Spooktacular” Tournament on October 31 – November 2 at the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in Sparta, Illinois. The tournament is open to any and all colleges registered with SCTP. Plans are still coming together, but for now, save the date. You don’t want to miss this! Details will follow soon.

Scholastic Pistol Program teams: Do you want to be included in this fun event? If so, contact Tammy Mowry or Scott Moore to let us know.

SCTP Shows Substantial Growth In Successful Midwest Regional Tournament

Teams from seven states traveled to the World Shooting and Recreational Complex (WSRC) in Sparta, IL in April for the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) High School and College Regional Tournament, the first major event of the season for most of the shooters. Student athletes from Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Iowa, Indiana, and Kansas competed in three disciplines – skeet, trap, and sporting clays.

In spite of a brutal Midwestern winter that delayed the start of clay target shooting for many teams, the regional shoot had 384 competitors, representing an 82% increase in participation over last year. Sporting clays had 91 participants, skeet had 97, and trap had the largest field at 346, for a total of 534 registrations for this growing event.

“A total of 53,600 competition targets were fired upon by these athletes, with not one single miscue,” cites Tom Wondrash, SCTP National Program Director. “Several northern teams wanted to attend but still have not had their first practice because of the harsh winter.”

Purdue University Trap & Skeet Club (IN) won the Collegiate High Over All (HOA) title. Among high school teams, the Waterloo Lead Heads (IL) took home the Gold, while Pinckneyville High School (IL) took Silver and the Kansas City Crushers (KS) earned the Bronze.

Additional team winners include:

Skeet
CollegiatePurdue Trap and Skeet Club (IN)
VarsityWaterloo Lead Heads (IL)
Junior VarsitySt. Charles Sportsman’s Club Shot Crew (IL)
IntermediateHenry Co. No Fly Zone (TN)
Sporting Clays
CollegiatePurdue Trap and Skeet Club (IN)
VarsityKansas City Crushers (KS)
Junior VarsityAlton Wood River Sportsman’s Club (IL)
IntermediatePinckneyville High School Shooting Sports (IL)
Trap
Collegiate University of Wisconsin Platteville (WI)
VarsityGateway Claybusters (MO)
Junior VarsitySt. Charles Sportsman’s Club Shot Crew (IL)
IntermediateTeam Henges (MO)

See full results on our Scores page. Scroll down to 2014 Regional Shoot.

The weekend was just a taste of what is to come in Sparta, as many of the 26 teams, including four colleges, set their sights on other local tournaments and then the National Championships being held July 14-19, 2014 at the WSRC.

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