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The USA High School Clay Target League Scholarship is offered to student athletes that participate in the spring league. This opportunity is to provide financial assistance for a student that is continuing his/her education after high school and to reward a student who is seeking a career in environmental sciences or conservation industries. CONGRATULATIONS to […]
The League recognizes those students with the top 25 League averages as the All-State Team! These top athletes will receive a special All-State patch! Congratulations to the 2018 All-State Team! Cole Costanti Medford High School Thomas Mabbott Hermiston High School Chase Costanti Medford High School Ryan Kramer Newberg High School Matthew Dunnigan Cascade Christian High […]
MINNESOTA – The Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) has teamed up with the League to offer a new sanctioned sport – Clay Target – to begin in Fall 2018. Trap shooting is the shooting sport of choice for the MCAC’s Clay Target offering, in which a team of 5 take turns shooting at clay targets […]
Oregon – 450 students from 25 Oregon high school teams are participating in the Oregon State High School Clay Target League’s (ORSHSCTL) 2018 spring trap shooting season, which began April 1st. Last year there were 194 students on 14 teams. “Clay target shooting as an activity for Oregon high school athletes continues to grow by […]
MICHIGAN – The USA High School Clay Target League, the nation’s largest high school clay target shooting sport program, is very pleased to announce that 2018 will be the inaugural year for the USAHSCTL National Championship! The exciting event will take place July 12th-15th, and will feature a trap shooting competition for the highest-qualifying […]
DUFUR – The Annie Oakley competition starts with all shooters at the line, then each person takes turns shooting the clay. If the selected contestant misses, the person to the right can shoot. If they hit, you are finished. Bragging rights were on the line Wednesday night in Dufur, as 12 participants had entered the […]
The Coach Education And Support Program provides a support platform for coaches to help student athletes, other coaches, and themselves. This program is consistent with the League’s mission, policies and procedures. Features of the Coach Education And Support Program: Get your questions answered through blogging with an experienced coach! View instructional videos Contact the Coach Advisory Council for assistance with […]
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ANDROID AND iOS! The Shooter Performance Tracker® (SPT) is The Oregon State High School Clay Target League’s exclusive performance tracking tool provided to all participants of the League. Each athlete receives personal access to the web-based application to monitor their True Team® scoring and progress compared against their team, their conference, and […]
Sapna Maheshwari – BuzzFeed: “In most sports, young athletes spend years honing skills that they’ll never use when they’re older,” the cartoon video begins, panning over a dejected football player, cheerleader, and lacrosse goalie. “But one sport provides a gateway to a lifetime of enjoyment and expertise: shooting sports.” That’s from the homepage of the […]
The kids today, well they seem to be doing all right. At least the ones who have hitched their stars to the fast-growing extracurricular activity of sport shooting. Yes, breaking clays and nailing bull’s eyes have gained traction among American teens and young adults. Not long ago, we pointed out a feature the Washington […]