The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League has teamed up with the Minnesota Wild to provide an easy and fun fundraising opportunity for teams! For each ticket you purchase before February 9th for the Minnesota Wild vs. Calgary Flames game on March 3rd, the Minnesota Wild will donate $10 to your high school trap team [...]
Since 2008, the League has doubled in student athlete participation each year. In 2013, 3,400 ...
800 student athletes and 33 high school teams participated in the largest Minnesota State High ...
Add new members to your team! Minnesota’s fastest growing high school sport continues to grow ...
256220600 dollars estimated lifetime target shooting and hunting related expenditures ($75,359 from age 16) per ...
When compared to other high school sports in the high school sports-related injury study, trapshooting ...
Recognizing Students for Academic Excellence The Spotlight on Scholarship is a year-round recognition program sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League since 1995. Through the Spotlight on Scholarship program the League annually provides certificates to students who participate in League-sponsored activities and who have a “B” or better grade point average. In addition to [...]
It took them just a little while last week to really hit their stride. But once the six Northfield High School athletes got some momentum going there wasn’t much stopping them. Seated together at a round table in the high school’s cafeteria, excitement took over as the conversation turned from their start in the sport [...]
Has your organization benefited from the participation of Minnesota State High School Clay Target League participants? The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League relies on the support of many corporations, school officials, parents, student athletes, volunteers, gun clubs and many others that continue to share our mission to have more student athletes involved in shooting [...]
For Medford High School students who enjoy hunting, trapshooting is a natural fit. “My dad taught me how to shoot when I was four, five or six years old,” junior Alex Snyder said. “It’s just fun to shoot.” And Snyder isn’t alone. “Most of us shoot all the time,” junior Matt Klapperich sai. “We’re out [...]
Pull. They said it thousands of times Saturday at the Cedar Valley Conservation Club during a well-attended fundraiser for the Austin High School trapshooting team. Men, women, and shooters young and old took aim and dusted the blaze-orange clay targets on a Sunny, almost-warm day of shooting. The parking lot was full, and shooters lined [...]
Fourteen-year-olds Stephanie Lohse and Blair Jilek, cradling 12-gauge shotguns, hiked through tall amber prairie grass Saturday, seeking rooster pheasants on Minnesota’s ringneck opener. They didn’t bag a bird, but they did bag a photo with Gov. Mark Dayton. The pair were among eight high school students — and top shooters in the Minnesota State High [...]
Cleveland students will have an opportunity to try out a new sport this spring — trap shooting. The Cleveland School Board Monday approved a request from Jack Zimmerman and David Voss to start a trap shooting team in Cleveland. The team will be co-ed, and kids age 12 and up (who have their firearm safety [...]
With more than 300% growth over 2012, the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League will include 33 teams and 800 student athletes that will will be competing in the largest 2013 Fall League ever!! 2013 Fall League participating teams: Conference 1A Apple Valley High School Bethlehem Academy Bloomington Kennedy High School Holy Family Catholic High School [...]
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 your 2012 or 2013 State Tournament t-shirt! August 9-11 & 16-18 – Friday & Saturday 9-6, Sunday 9-5 Game Fair is a sporting event for the entire [...]
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and the independent provider of shooting sports as an extra curricular coed activity to students in grades six through twelve who have their Firearms Safety Certification. Read More