Tigers cruise to the conference championship By Tyler Julson – Albert Lea Tribune Click to read the full story with photos! During its inaugural fall season, the Albert Lea trap team set three goals: to be safe, to learn about their firearms and to have fun. However, three weeks into the season, the Tigers found […]
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Jim Sable, the founder of the USA Clay Target League, has announced that he has stepped down from his roles as Board Chair and President of the League.
Minneapolis, MN – 11,936 student participants from 349 high school teams are participating in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s (MNSHSCTL) 2018 spring season, which began April 1st. Those are the highest participation numbers ever for the state, according to League officials. “This League continues to be one of the largest high school […]
Join Minnesota’s newest and safest high school sport! Schools and student athletes from across Minnesota are invited to join the 2018 spring league! Student athletes considering joining a team are required to earn League-approved firearm safety certification. Existing teams may have limited availability to add new athletes – check with your school. New teams are only limited […]
Minneapolis, MN – 11,040 student participants from 343 high school teams will participate in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s (MNSHSCTL) 2017 spring season, which began April 2nd. Those are the highest numbers ever for the state, according to league officials. “This League continues to be the fastest-growing activity in Minnesota schools,” […]
Two hundred and ninety-three high school trap shooting teams along with twenty-eight skeet shooting teams will represent their schools in competition in the 2016 Spring Season of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League. Trap shooting teams and their athletes will also be invited to the 2016 MNSHSCTL Trap Shooting Championship June 14th – […]
High School Trap Teams Growing In Popularity By Hannah Burlingame – lillenews.com The trap field at South St. Paul Rod & Gun seems like it is covered in fluorescent orange snow. Only on closer examination is it apparent it’s not snow. It’s actually clay pigeons. Some of them are in pieces after being hit by […]