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Spring League Athlete Registration Now Open!

Student athlete registration ends midnight CDT on 3/15/18. Whether a student athlete is from the previous year’s team or is new to the team, ALL student athletes are required to register. Frequently Asked Questions How do I register a student with the team and League? The Head Coach logs into the League’s Team Management System […]

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2018 State Tournament

Everyone is invited to participate! Date:  June 2-3, 2018 Location:  Blackwing Shooting Center – Delaware, OH The Ohio State High School Clay Target League invites all student athletes to participate in the State Tournament. In order of importance, the three priorities of the Ohio State High School Clay Target League are safety, fun and marksmanship. […]

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2018 Spring League

Join Ohio’s newest and safest high school sport! Schools and student athletes from across Ohio are invited to join the 2018 spring league! Student athletes considering joining a team are required to earn a league-issued Student Athlete Firearm Education (SAFE) Certificate. Existing teams may have limited availability to add new athletes – check with your school. […]

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2017 Spring League Team Scores and Standings

Team Scores and standings will be posted upon completion of Week 1 results. 2017 Spring Trap League Final Awards Overall Standings Each week, the overall standings are posted showing team rank by class and conference. 25/50-Straight Club If an athlete hits 25 targets in a round or 50 straight in two rounds, they receive a […]

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Start A Team

It’s fun for everyone… The purpose of the Ohio State High School Clay Target League is to attract students to participate in shooting sports while creating  friendly competition among high schools throughout Ohio! With the assistance of hundreds of volunteer coaches and parents, student athletes in grades six through twelve represent their high school by competing in […]

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2017 All-State Team!

The league recognizes those students with the top 25 league averages (including ties) as the Ohio State High School Clay Target League All-State Team.  These top athletes will receive a special All-State patch, and have earned the right to be called one of the best in the state! Please congratulate the following 25 athletes on […]

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2017 Spring League Awards

Congratulations to all teams and individuals on their 2017 Spring League accomplishments! Awards will be handed out at the State Tournament on June 3rd. Thank you coaches, schools, parents and gun clubs for helping introduce more students to shootings sports! See below for conference award listings.  Reserve Week scores are used in the event of ties. […]

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2017 State Tournament Registration!

Everyone is invited to participate! The League invites all student athletes to participate in the State Tournament! Contact your head coach to be registered on your team for the tournament.  Once added to the tournament roster, an email will be sent with additional information and payment details. Registration is now CLOSED.  Sorry, no late registrations […]

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2017 Spring Season Overview & Conference Assignments

Ohio  –  98 students from 8 Ohio high school teams are participating in the Ohio State High School Clay Target League’s (OHSHSCTL) inaugural 2017 spring trap shooting season, which began April 2nd. “We are very pleased to offer clay target shooting as an activity for Ohio high school athletes,” said Jim Sable, Executive Director of […]

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Coach Leadership and Safety Support (CLASS) Certification Program

The CLASS Certification program has been designed specifically for coaches participating in the state-affiliated leagues of the USA High School Clay Target League. The League’s CLASS Certification provides a comprehensive and interactive online education and training program designed specifically for League coaches. The CLASS Certification is available to all coaches and takes 5-6 hours of […]

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Student Athlete Firearm Education (SAFE)

All student athletes are required to complete and submit certificates for either one of two League-approved firearm safety certification programs – a state-approved hunter education certificate or the League’s SAFE certificate. Teams should verify the firearm safety training certification requirements with the shooting range where they will be conducting League events.   SAFE Certificate Benefits […]

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Check Out PullUSA Magazine!

PullUSA is a quarterly magazine that is direct mailed and digitally delivered to student athletes, head coaches, gun clubs, and other subscribers four times a year. As the official magazine for the USAHSCTL, PullUSA tells the compelling stories of student athletes, coaches, and volunteers who are participating in the League nationwide. The magazine covers human […]

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Scholarships Available For Senior Athletes!

The USA High School Clay Target League Scholarship is offered to student athletes that participate in the spring league. This opportunity is to provide financial assistance for a student that is continuing his/her education after high school and to reward a student who is seeking a career in environmental sciences or conservation industries. To be […]

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High School Activities Provide Important Benefits to Teens

Extracurricular activities like the Clay Target League are proven to have many important benefits to students. Not only do they get to enjoy a terrific sport, but taking part in activities provides a positive influence on their lives both during, and after, their time in high school! Student Activities Boost Academic Performance Young men and […]

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