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The League is proud to announce the students awarded Jim Sable Environment & Conservation Education Scholarship! Congratulations to the athletes below, and best of luck to them as the begin to pursue their futures this fall! RenaeSinclairSangre De Cristo High School COBrady CoxCarrollton High SchoolILLevi DotsonAnderson Preparatory AcademyINNolan ParkerMission Valley High SchoolKSGabeSellerDecatur Community High SchoolKSJennaGouldIonia […]
By Max Goldwasser – KTVZ.COM Excerpt: CLICK TO WATCH! BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — After taking a year off because of the pandemic, the Oregon State High School Clay Target League (OSHSCTL) is underway once again. As NewsChannel 21 found out, it’s bigger than ever. “In order to keep clay target shooting sports alive, you needed […]
The 2021 Spring Season is here! Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shooting sports! For the 2021 Spring Trap League, 40 high school teams are assigned to 6 conferences across 2 classes based on team size. Classes determine shooting days for the State Tournament (#) = Number […]
CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO ON CENTRAL OREGON DAILY NEWS! By ERIC LINDSTROMCENTRAL OREGON DAILY NEWS It’s the fastest-growing extracurricular high school sport in the U.S. – and if we gave you 100 tries you’d probably still never guess. Trapshooting has gone from a sport with just a few kids participating back in 2008 to […]
Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2020 Fall League accomplishments! Awards will be mailed beginning 12/1. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shootings sports! Trap Shooting View the weekly standings HERE For the 2020 Fall Trap League, 18 high […]
Author: Art Edwards – October 13, 2020 CANBY, Ore. — Nearly 40 students on the Canby High School Trap Shooting Team practice every week at the Canby Rod and Gun Club. They are taking part in the Oregon State High School Clay Target League, one of the only high school sports being played right now. Click […]
This spring, COVID-19 challenged League athletes, teams, and families across the nation. In order to provide the most opportunity for League athletes to participate, the League’s board of directors approved a package of modifications to our regular season operations. These changes included an extended registration period and a longer extended season that necessitated the cancellation […]
In the last decade, the USA Clay Target League has grown from 30 students athletes on three teams in Minnesota to more than 32,000 registered athletes across over 1,000 teams nationwide last in 2019. Unfortunately, as a result of COVID-19, the League faced unprecedented challenges. This spring saw 80% of schools and more than 28,000 […]
The USA High School Clay Target League is excited to announce that the clay target disciplines of ‘Sporting Clays’ and ‘5-Stand’ have been added to their highly popular high school clay target shooting programs, in which over 30,000 student athletes participate. The inclusion of sporting clays and 5-stand will provide exciting new clay target shooting […]
The League is proud to announce the students awarded Jim Sable Environment & Conservation Education Scholarship! Congratulations to the athletes below, and best of luck to them as the begin to pursue their futures this fall! Adam Froman Carroll County High School KY Cora Smith Waverly High School NY Bryce Byers Keystone-Clarion-North Clarion High Schools […]