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Above pic from the Keystone Shooting Park Championship
John Wolfington HOA Gold
Donovan Barry HOA Silver
Ashton Werner HOA Bronze

Below picture from the Fiocchi Gran Prix

Picture Below is Ashton Werner at the Fiocchi Gran Prix - Good Job!

 

 

Congratulations from everyone at Fiocchi of America for being the 2014 National Champions of the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP)  event!!!

Thank you "Capitol City Gun Club" and "Outdoor Adventure Foundation", for organizing great sports events and choosing us :-)

 

 

Gebben Miles and Desirae Edmunds have won season 1 of the Professional Sporting Clays Association Tour, taking the tour’s top prize, the Fiocchi Cup, and the top money for the season for Men’s and Women’s divisions.
The fourth tour stop of the season was last week at the American Shooting Centers in Houston, with Miles winning his third Men’s title in the four events. Diane Sorantino won the Women’s competition, but Edmunds’ three previous wins were enough to propel her to the top of the money list.
The Champion of Champions event followed tour stop #4, pitting the top 12 men and top four women against one another. Cory Cruse, winner of the second tour stop, won the Champion of Champions title, and Edmunds reclaimed her top spot.
Miles topped the season’s money list, earning $49,000, while Edmunds’ $19,000 in winnings led the Women’s division.
You can see full results of all events at www.psca.com.
Season 1 will begin airing on NBC Sports Network on Thursday, July 31. See scheduled air times and find NBCSN in your local area at www.psca.com

Team Shooter Ryan Weberg participating at the California State Shoot last weekend
The venue was "Triple B Clays in South El Monte CA" and the hosts are Billie and Bruce Barsotti

Ryan Weberg Shot at the main event there and ended up placing fourth in his class which gave him 1 punch and 219$
While he was was there he actually met another girl who was also sponsored by Fiocchi so he tells us it was interesting for him being able to meet someone else with the same sponsorship. His next large shoot will be the Nevada State shoot so he will be in our Sales Team Backyard :-)


 

Minneapolis/Saint Paul – The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League (MSHSCTL) is proud to announce that 3,948 registered student athletes are scheduled to participate in the 2014 Championship, June 6-10 at the Alexandria Shooting Park in Alexandria, Minnesota. For five days, student athletes representing 176 Minnesota high schools will compete for individual and team achievements in Novice, Junior Varsity and Varsity classifications.

“Five years ago, we had a couple hundred student athletes and the tournament doubled the number of participants from just last year,” said Jim Sable, Executive Director of the MSHSCTL. “With an expected 15,000 attendees including 3,948 student athletes, our Championship will be the largest youth trapshooting tournament in the world” Sable said.

The 2014 Championship is also the team-qualifying tournament for the inaugural 2014 State Tournament presented by the Minnesota State High School League. In addition to 104 individual qualifiers, 24 teams will qualify from the Championship and compete for the ultimate recognition as state champions on June 14, 2014 at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake, Minnesota. The Minnesota State High School League will become the first and only state high school interscholastic athletic association in America to provide support and recognition for trapshooting as a high school sport.

Generous supporters for the Championship includes The Sportsman’s GuideTM as title sponsor and supporting sponsors including Federal Premium Ammunition®, Minnesota Youth Shooting Foundation, National Wild Turkey Federation, Runnings, Ice Castle Fish Houses, and Mark Zauhar.

6,100 student athletes representing 185 high school teams recently completed their spring season in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League. Since 2001, the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League has no reported injuries or gun-free zone school violations.

The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League attracts student athletes to participate in shooting sports while creating a “virtual” competition among high school teams throughout Minnesota. Family travel is minimal because practice and competition are conducted at a shooting range near the school’s location. Conferences are determined by team size rather than geographic location for fair competition. Athletes earn True Team ScoringTM points as determined by their performance and ranking against all athlete scores within their team’s conference. The team score and overall standing are calculated by adding the earned points from qualifying athletes and posted on the League’s website. Athletes and their families track their athlete’s individual and team performance on their phone, tablet or computer via the Shooter Performance TrackerTM.

The USA High School Clay Target League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and operates the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League as the independent provider of shooting sports as an extra curricular co-ed and adapted activity for high schools and students in grades six through 12 who have earned their firearms safety certification. The organization’s priorities are safety, fun and marksmanship – in that order.

For more information about the Championship, visit www.mnclaytarget.com/championship Contact: John Nelson at 612-490-1388 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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