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The Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League (WISHSCTL) is proud to announce that 816 student athletes are scheduled to participate in the 2017 State Tournament Saturday at the WTA Homegrounds in Rome, Wisconsin. Student athletes representing 57 Wisconsin high school teams will compete for individual and team achievements in Novice, Junior Varsity and Varsity […]
Not a traditional high school sport by any stretch of the imagination, but students in record numbers are turning out with their shotguns and competing with others across the state. Open to students in sixth through 12th grade who have earned a league-approved firearms safety certificate, the USA Clay Target League is a nonprofit organization […]
The Coach Education And Support Program provides an education support platform for coaches to help themselves, other coaches, and student athletes. This program is consistent with the League’s mission, and policies and procedures. Features of the Coach Education And Support Program: Get your questions answered through blogging with an experienced coach! View instructional videos Contact the […]
Many schools throughout Wisconsin are already joining the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League’s 2017 spring league. Join the more than 1,200 student athletes and more than 50 teams are expected to participate! The deadline for team to join the League is March 1. But don’t wait! Click here to get all the information to start forming your team […]
DENMARK, Wis. (WBAY) – It’s the fastest growing high school sport in Wisconsin: trap shooting. In Denmark, it’s attracting dozens of kids of all ages and backgrounds. Some, getting into the sport as 6th graders. Thursday nights at the Maribel Sportsmen’s Club are busy in the summer. “It’s really relaxing to just come out and […]
The league recognizes those students with the top 100 league averages as the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League All-State Team. These top athletes deserve special recognition, and will receive a special All-State patch. Please congratulate the following 105 athletes on their success! Athlete Team Season Average Drew Brown Boscobel High School […]
Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2016 Spring League accomplishments! Awards will be handed out at the State Tournament on June 11th. Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shootings sports! View all final results
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ANDROID AND iOS! The Shooter Performance Tracker® (SPT) is The Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League’s exclusive performance tracking tool provided to all participants of the League. Each athlete receives personal access to the web-based application to monitor their True Team® scoring and progress compared against their team, their conference, and […]
Wisconsin – 1,002 students from 46 Wisconsin high school teams will participate in the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League’s (WISHSCTL) 2016 spring trap shooting season, which began April 3rd. “This League continues to be the fastest-growing activity in Wisconsin schools,” said Jim Sable, Executive Director of the WISHSCTL, “such high participation shows the […]
The Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League is offering one $1,000 scholarship to a student athlete that is participating in the 2017 spring league. The objectives of the scholarship program is to provide financial assistance for a student that is continuing his/her education after high school and to reward that student seeking a career […]