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 to find a way to bring youth shooters, youth athletes into it,” USACTL Marketing Specialist Drew Tri told NewsChannel 21 Thursday afternoon.
The High School USA Clay Target League began as an after-school program in Minnesota in 2001.
Then in 2008, it officially launched with three schools and 30 athletes.
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