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SCTP’s Myles Walker Earns Way to World Cup in Azerbaijan

SCTP’s Myles Walker of Elkhorn, Wisconsin earned top honors in Men’s Trap at the 2015 Spring Selection Match, earning his way to his first-ever World Cup in Gabala, Azerbaijan on August 14. The match was held in Fort Benning, Georgia, April 9-12.

Walker was one of the four athletes who made the National Junior Team last summer as a result of his performance at the SCTP National Championships for international disciplines held in Colorado Springs.

Walker’s Spring Selection Match win came on the heels of his having helped earn Lindenwood University its 12th straight Association of College Unions International (ACUI) Collegiate Clay Target Championships in March.

Walker was the leader coming in to this Selection Match and maintained that through another 250 targets, two finals, and a shoot-off.

Congratulations to Myles Walker, and good shooting in Azerbaijan!

Indiana Forms Youth Clay Target Shooting League

December 6 was an historic day for clay target shooting in Indiana. A youth trap shooting league was formed for the state, with 14 youth shooting teams meeting at the historic Kingen Gun Club to plan the 2015 season for the new league, which will utilize SCTP rules and guidelines for its shoots.

Ten competitions are scheduled in 2015 for the Hoosier youth shooters, including an SCTP State Championship and the SCTP National Championship.

Among the attendees at the formative meeting were Mark Burgess, SCTP State Director, and Chet Tuinstra, SCTP Regional Field Representative.

Formation of the league was due to the efforts of Derek Marshall, Superintendent of Attica Consolidated School Corporation in Attica, Indiana, who started by contacting every youth trap shooting program and every gun club in the state with the goal of organizing the people in Indiana shooting sports to create a statewide trap shooting league for youth.

Student shooters will compete in one of five divisions according to SCTP rules, and awards will be presented at each event. In the future, the Hoosier Clay Target Association hopes to expand to encompass skeet and sporting clays.

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