All athletes (male or female) must be 12 years old or older, be in grades 6-12, andmust have successfully completed their Firearm Safety training prior to the registration period. The team maximum size will be determined by the head coach.
Athletes MUST obtain their certification before they can participate. Cutoff dates are set by the MSHSCTL & announced prior to the start of the spring or fall season. Please contact the head coach for specific cutoff dates. When registering, they need to use "PENDING" in the certification number area of the registration. When certification is obtain by the athlete, the coach must edit the member profile in their Team Management System and replace PENDING with the valid certificate number. Any athlete without a certification number will automatically be removed from all rosters prior to the start of the spring or fall season.
For an example of the team schedule, please view the "Up Coming Events" section of the Home page.
Yes. Each athlete is responsible for providing their own shotgun. No sharing of guns during competitions. Recommended gauges are 12 or 20ga. All athletes should put a piece of tape with their name on it, as there are many similar guns. Neither the coaches nor the West End Trap Club are responsible for any guns or equipment. The athletes are also reminded that guns are NOT allowed on school property at any time. Make arrangements ahead of time for getting your gun transported to the gun club.
Each athlete must provide:
Each athlete will shoot two rounds of 25 targets. Averages are calculated by using the number of hit targets, divided by the number of rounds. The average will be a cumulative average throughout the season. The league average does not include practice rounds.
Example: For a specific night, during the athlete’s two rounds, they hit 15 targets in the first round and 17 targets in the second round. Average = 16 (32/2)
Yes, see the attached lettering policy. Contact the head coach if you have any questions.