Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

March 16, 2009

Scholastic Clay Target Program sets shooting schedule for 2009 season

The Cumberland County Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) has set its competitive shooting dates for the 2009 season.

Roughly 30 students from the county elementary and high schools are participating this year in five divisions.

On March 21, a combined fund raiser/shooting exhibition will be conducted by the students starting at noon at the club’s shooting grounds on Shorty Barnes Road.

The public is invited to come out to watch these students demonstrate their shooting skills and then either make a donation to the program as a whole or donate on a per-target-broken for any individual shooter or shooters. Each shooter will shoot at 100 targets. A complimentary lunch will be served.

On April 4, FGSC will hold its fourth annual Super-Shoot-on-the-Mountain for all SCTP

teams in the state that wish to attend. Shooters can choose to shoot their 100 targets as ATA registered ($25 fee) or non-registered targets ($21 fee).

Lunch is included for all shooters. All SCTP teams in the state have been e-mailed about this shoot.

Reservations can be made through Doug Server at (931) 788-3554 or or Pete Brennan at (931) 456-6554 or  Pre-squadding is recommended to facilitate registration.

May 2 will be the Region III SCTP shoot here at FGSC for trap and skeet programs. Matt Simcox, the new Region III SCTP director from Cookeville and Kim Chamberlin of Crossville have been successful in organizing new SCTP programs in our region.

New confirmed teams are Soddy-Daisy, Walker Valley and Monterey High Schools.

Pickett County High School and Middle School need board confirmation and Bend-of-the-River GC is establishing a program. All have certified coaches in place. Simcox believes that these new programs will add at least 100 students to Region III.

On May 28-31, the Tennessee State SCTP championships will be held at the new Montgomery County Shooting Complex (MCSC) in Southside, TN, located about 20 miles south of Clarksville. All divisions including the newly formed Collegiate Division will compete in trap, skeet and sporting clays.

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