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2021 Fall League Conference Assignments

Posted onSeptember 22, 2021inNews

The 2021 Fall Season is here!

Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shooting sports!

Trap

For the 2021 Fall Trap League, 32 high school teams are assigned to 5 conferences based on team size.

(#) = Number of athlete’s scores used for each team to determine True Team™ scoring points earned.

CONFERENCE 1 (5)
Bangor High School
Escanaba High School
Hillsdale High School
Jonesville High School
Marlette High School
New Buffalo High School
Nouvel Catholic Central High School
Reading High School
CONFERENCE 2 (8)
Camden-Frontier High School
Deckerville High School
Memphis High School
Michigan Lutheran High School
Pellston Middle/High School
St. Patrick Catholic School
CONFERENCE 3 (12)
Ionia High School
Pittsford Area High School
Schoolcraft High School
Valley Lutheran High School
Will Carleton Academy
CONFERENCE 4 (16)
Columbia Central High School
Dexter High School
Fenton High School
Lake Shore High School
Napoleon High School
Saline High School
Sandusky High School
CONFERENCE 5 (23)
Armada High School
Durand Area High School
Olivet High School
Portland High School
Quincy High School
Richmond High School

Skeet

For the 2021 Fall Skeet League, 2 high school teams are assigned to 1 conference

(#) = Number of athlete’s scores used for each team to determine True Team™ scoring points earned.

CONFERENCE 1 (5)
Bellevue High School
Quincy High School

Sporting Clays

For the 2021 Fall Sporting Clays League, 1 Michigan high school teams were assigned to the National Conferencescreated for states that had limited teams.

(#) = Number of athlete’s scores used for each team to determine True Team™ scoring points earned.

CONFERENCE 1 (5)
Sioux Valley High School (SD)
Central High School (AL)
Century High School (ND)
Connellsville Area High School (PA)
Geibel Catholic Jr/Sr High School (PA)
Grand Haven High School (MI)
North Ridgeville High School (OH)
Siuslaw High School (OR)
St. James Academy High School (KS)
Stockbridge Valley Jr/Sr High School (NY)
Wilton High School (ND)
CONFERENCE 2 (15)
Havens Charter Academy (FL)
Orland High School (CA)
Williston High School (ND)
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CC girls trap shooting team makes name for themselves

Courtesy photo From left: Lauren Smith, Jenna Smith and Abby Walwro all finished in the top 10 in the state for Central Cambria’s trap shooting team.

For recent Central Cambria High School graduate Jenna Smith, successfully handling a rifle or shotgun has become second nature.

Smith has been a deer hunter for many years, and her father, Mike, is the coach of the Central Cambria girls trap shooting team, which recently completed its third season.

Lauren Smith — Jenna’s younger sister and Mike’s younger daughter — is also a member of the team, which competed in the 2021 Pennsylvania High School Clay Target League State Championships on Saturday, June 26, at the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association facility in the Northumberland County town of Elysburg.

Jenna Smith won the girls varsity division state championship that day, taking first place among a field of over 60 girls competitors by shooting and breaking a total of 96 clay pigeons out of 100 chances.

“I’m really excited about it,” Jenna Smith said of her state championship. “It was super unexpected for me. I hadn’t really shot well this year, so I didn’t really know what was going to happen at states. I was super happy to come out on top.”

Maintaining her composure throughout the event was a big factor for Jenna Smith.

“I stayed calm and focused the whole time,” said Jenna, who will be attending the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown this fall and pursuing a biology degree with the goal of eventually becoming an athletic trainer. “I wasn’t thinking about how I had shot previously this year, or about how my competition at states was shooting. I was just trying to do the best that I could, focusing on one bird at a time.”

Greater Latrobe’s Summer Pavlik finished second with a score of 95, while rising Central Cambria senior Abby Walwro took third place with a score of 94.

Jenna Smith, Pavlik and Walwro all earned state medals for finishing among the top three shooters.

Lauren Smith, an incoming senior at Central Cambria, also placed among the top 10 girls shooters at the state competition, finishing in a three-way tie for eighth place with a score of 85. Penn Cambria’s Natasha Ross was also among the top 20 finishers, placing 17th with a score of 61.

Mike Smith was pleased with the efforts of his top 10 shooters.

“This is only our third year as a team, and for Central Cambria to have three girls finish among the top 10 in the state, that’s pretty good stuff, good for the school,” Mike Smith said.

The day was highlighted by Jenna’s state championship.

“That’s fantastic,” Mike Smith said. “Obviously, I’m jaded because she’s my daughter, but she has really worked hard. She had a rough start to the year, she wasn’t shooting too well early in the regular season. But boy, she has really kicked into high gear in the last month or so, and she peaked at the right time.”

Shotguns are used in trap shooting to break clay birds that are released electronically from a machine about 16 yards away from the shooter. The clays are released at different angles in the air, and are traveling at a speed of over 40 miles per hour. Since the shooter has no initial idea of where the clay will be released, good hand-eye coordination is essential.

“You have to get your eyes on the target as fast as you can,” Mike Smith said.

Walwro, like Jenna and Lauren Smith, has also grown up around trap shooting. Walwro’s grandfather, father and brother have all participated in the sport.

“I’ve been shooting guns since I was a young girl, when I shot a BB gun,” Walwro said. “Shooting kind of comes naturally to me, and going out to the state meet, I was just telling myself to have fun, relax, and stay with the basics. I knew that if I did that, I would perform well, but I didn’t think it would be this well.”

Mike Smith said that trap shooting — which is a non-PIAA affiliated sport — is one of the fastest growing high school sports in the state of Pennsylvania, as well as across the nation. There are a total of 32 boys and girls high school teams across Pennsylvania, with teams participating in conferences according to roster size.

Central Cambria won its eight-team conference championship this year. The regular season begins in early April and ends in late May, and meets are held virtually and scores are submitted online to the state organization for posting.

Central Cambria holds its regular-season events on the Colver Sportsmen’s Association grounds.

“We had 28 kids out for the team this year, and for the first time this year, we had enough kids to enter the state championship event,” Mike Smith said.

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Buffer Creek is proud to have hosted the 2013 Pennsylvania State Sporting Clays Championship. The number of registered targets shot at this event makes it the largest state championship to date.


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2021 Fall League Conference Assignments

Posted onSeptember 22, 2021inNews

The 2021 Fall Season is here! Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shooting sports! Trap For the 2021 Fall Trap League, 5 high school teams are assigned to 1 conference (#) = Number of athlete’s scores used for each team to determine True Team™ scoring points earned. […]

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2021 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Posted onJune 1, 2021inNews

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 […]

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2021 Spring Season Awards!

Posted onMay 28, 2021inNews

Congratulations to all of the participants of the 2021 Spring Season!Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shooting sports! 2021 Spring Trap League 2021 Spring Skeet League 2021 Spring 5-Stand League – National Conference 2021 Spring Sporting Clays League – National Conference

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2021 Spring Conferences

Posted onApril 12, 2021inNews

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, 32 high school teams are assigned to 6 conferences based on team size. (#) = Number of athlete’s scores used for each team to determine True Team™ […]

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2020 Fall Season Conferences & Awards!

Posted onNovember 17, 2020inNews

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, 13 high […]

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A Special Thank You

Posted onOctober 7, 2020inNews

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 […]

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Over $138,000 Raised From League Supporters!

Posted onOctober 7, 2020inNews

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 […]

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League Adds Sporting Clays and 5-Stand Clay Target Disciplines

Posted onJuly 29, 2020inNews

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 […]

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2020 Scholarship Winners Announced!

Posted onJune 1, 2020inNews

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 […]

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2019 Fall League Results & Awards!

Posted onOctober 27, 2019inNews

Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2019 Fall League accomplishments! Awards will be mailed to the team shipping address listed in TMS. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shootings sports!  Trap

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Welcome to the Pennsylvania State High School Clay Target League’s 2022 State Tournament!

More than 25 high school teams featuring over 600 student athletes, along with over a thousand spectators, are expected to attend the 2022 PASHSCTL Clay Target Shooting State Tournament on TBD, at the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association in Elysburg, PA.

State Tournament Event List:

DisciplineDateLocationStart Time
(Opening Ceremony
15 Min Prior)
TrapTBDPA State Shotgunning Association
Elysburg, PA
TBD
SkeetTBDPA State Shotgunning Association
Elysburg, PA
TBD
Sporting ClaysTBDTBDTBD
5-StandTBDTBDTBD

Everyone is invited to participate!

The State Tournament is the only event during the year that all League participants are invited to attend and compete at the same venue! Individuals will compete within their assigned shooting skill classification based on their year-end season average. Teams will use their top five members’ scores from any classification for their team score. Schedules for shooting times and field assignments will be published about a week before the State Tournament.

 

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Clay target leagues starting to expand

Clay target shooting has over the last decade grown from a handful of schools in Minnesota to more than 1,000 across the country, including 39 schools in Pennsylvania.

Central Mountain High School is one such school. In February, Keystone Central School District’s Board of Education approved the formation of a new student sports activity club at Central Mountain High School to participate in the Pennsylvania State High School Clay Target League. The club is governed by the USA High School Clay Target League.

14 CMHS students registered to participate in the 2021 spring season. Students could register to shoot in one, two or all three disciplines which include skeet, five-stand and trap. One other student also joined the club to volunteer as an assistant, helping to set up, pull targets and score. The roster this year was open to any male or female student in grades 9 through 12 at Central Mountain. The school had one girl (Kara Stover) shooting on the team. Around 18% of participants in the U.S. high school league are female, up from 4% five years ago.

Officers for the club include: President – Hunner Lindsey, Vice President – Emery Gunsallus, Treasurer – Hanna Tourney, Secretary – Tyler Weaver. Members of the team must meet at least eight times throughout the school year to fulfill activity club requirements. The clubs school advisor is Keith Killinger.

The kids shoot two registered rounds of 25 shots each week during the five-week competition season. Scores are placed into a computer database which in a typical season updates every Sunday. Teams and individuals can see where they are ranked.

Central Mountain’s clay target teams had a successful first season with their five-stand team and skeet team finishing in first place for their conference. Individual achievements where as follows: Denny Dolan (first place in skeet; second place in five-stand), Emergy Gunsallus (first place in five-stand), Payton Newlan (third-place in skeet), Kara Stover (first-place female in five-stand).

Other recognition for the season were given to Wyatt Ripka for earning a 25 straight in trap and Emery Gunsallus for earning a 25 straight in skeet.

The club is also set up so that participants can letter in the program. There are four athletes lettering in skeet in Dolan, Gunsallus, NEwlan and Tyler Weaver. There are also three athletes who lettered in five stand (Dolan, Gunsallus, Weaver) and four who lettered in trap (Gunsallus, Newlan, Joe Proctor, Ripka).

Central Mountain Clay Target League credits the Liberty Township Sportsmen’s Association for serving as the team’s home field. The Liberty Sportsmen have shown an incredible amount of support.

Each discipline has two or more coaches who specialize in a particular discipline. Their wealth of knowledge has really helped the kids to improve their skills. Coaches for the skeet team are Tom Hillard, Lenny Young, Steve Phoenix and Renee Hillard. Coaches for the trap team are John Lavrich, Lester Ott and Gary Proctor. Coaches for the five-stand team are Rob Tourney, Steve Heverly, Ruth Gundlach and Gib Moyer. The team’s range safety officers are Lenny Unger and Mike Koons.

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