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6,100 student athletes represented 185 high school trap shooting teams that participated in the 2014 ...
Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2014 Fall Trap League accomplishments. Awards will be ...
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League is hosting more than a dozen skeet shooting ...
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League expects to host about 2,000 student athletes ...
Governor Mark Dayton and the Legislature recently approved more than $2 million in trap shooting ...
Minnesota’s fastest growing high school sport is trap shooting and Little Falls is jumping on the bandwagon. Community Services Director Steve Larsen said at the Little Falls School Board meeting Monday that 6,100 student athletes represented 185 high school trap shooting teams in 2014. The spring-season co-ed sport will begin in Little Falls in 2015 […]
The students at Apple Valley High School have helped make trap shooting one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Twin Cities Live photographer and producer, Andrea Mayeux, joined the club to find out why more students are drawn to the new sport.
(Released October 31, 2014) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has approved nearly $400,000 in expedited small range trap shooting grants to expand, improve or upgrade trap shooting ranges across the state. The grants are the result of a $2.16 million legislative appropriation earlier this year that aims to increase shooting range capacity for youth trap […]
Far from the lights that their fall sports brethren compete under, members of one of the state’s fastest-growing activities are making plenty of noise — literally. The crack of shotgun fire fills the air at the Owatonna Gun Club in Hope Oct. 22, as the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva clay target team competed in its final shoot […]
The Northfield Raiders Clay Target Team continues to grow. During the inaugural Spring season of 2013, the team had a roster of 42 athletes and Spring of 2014 the team grew to 61 athletes. The Minnesota High School Clay Target League also has a six-week fall league, of which the Raiders have participated. In the […]
High school trap shooting teams have sprouted up across the state and with it an increase in demand for time and space at gun clubs. The sport has continued to grow in the state with more than 10,000 student athletes expected to compete in the 2015 league. The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League, […]
Led by the support of their schools and volunteer coaches, co-ed student athletes will participate on their high school team in shooting sports for six weeks through October at shooting ranges throughout Minnesota. And the number of students competing has grown dramatically – the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League will host 1,770 student athletes […]
The Minnesota Department of Health estimates that 2,974 sports-related concussions – or 22 per school – occurred among high school athletes statewide during the 2013-2014 school year.The Twin Cities rate for all sports was 1 concussion per 100 participating athletes with no adjustments made for actual playing time.Below are specific links related to the report. […]
Stop by and say “hi” at the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s booth at Game Fair and receive a special free gift if you are wearing any State Tournament or Championship t-shirt. Our booth is located about halfway down the main entrance aisle. August 8-10 & 15-17 – Friday & Saturday 9-6, Sunday 9-5 Game Fair […]