San Antonio, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- The Wisconsin Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) wrapped up four straight weeks of State Championship competitions on June 26, 2016, at the WTA Homegrounds in the town of Nekoosa.
A total of 1199 SCTP athletes from 59 different teams took part over the four separate weekend events. There were a total of 1939 registrations by those athletes through the events.
“Our registrations were up 16% from last year,” stated Perry Hintz, one of five Wisconsin state advisors. “It’s great to see that we are getting so much interest in Skeet, Sporting Clays and International the last couple years. There has been a great effort by our coaches and parents to teach multiple disciplines and create well-rounded shooters.”
The Championships kicked off on the Olympic Bunker at the WTA Homegrounds on June 4 and 5 with the Hudson Raiders taking the top spot in the International Trap Championship besting athletes from 10 SCTP teams. Tyler Thiede from the Sauk County Youth Team led all athletes with a 107 of 125 targets to take the top men’s spot in the Senior Division with Wyatt Wilken of …Read the Rest