Michigan – High school athletes and teams representing schools from across the country are scheduled to participate at the 2022 USA High School Clay Target League National Championship. The National Championship is proudly presented by SCHEELS.

The National Championship will be held at the Michigan Trapshooting Association Homegrounds in Mason, MI, July 6th – July 10th, and will feature 2,950 athletes from 408 high school teams.

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Additional sponsors include: The Bass Pro/Cabela’s Outdoor Fund, Do-All Outdoors, Walker’s, Mark Zauhar, Sportsman’s Guide, Friends of NRA, Strike Visuals, the Greater Lansing Sports Authority, and Ducks Unlimited

Nationwide, 31,268 student athletes representing 1,419 high school teams across the country participated in USA High School Clay Target League (USAHSCTL) programs this spring.

Event Schedule:

(Please see for complete schedule)

July 6th – Check-In & Practice Day

July 7th – Check-In & Practice Day

July 8th – 2022 USAHSCTL National Team Championship – Qualifier

  • Featuring 1,150 athletes representing 175 schools from 19 states nationwide.
  • Top 80 teams move on to finals.

July 9th – 2022 USAHSCTL National Individual Championship – Qualifier

  • Featuring 1,800 athletes representing 408 schools from 27 states nationwide.
  • Top 400 athletes move on to finals.

July 10th – 2022 USAHSCTL National Championships – Finals

  • Team Finals – 9AM
  • Individual Finals – 12PM (APPROX)

About the USA Clay Target League

With over 43,000 participating athletes in the 2021-2022 school year, the non-profit USA Clay Target League is the largest youth clay target shooting sport program in the world. The League offers trap, skeet, sporting clays, and 5-stand leagues to secondary and postsecondary schools across the country.

The League is the only 100% school-approved clay target shooting sport program in America and the League’s co-ed and adaptive nature are key attractions to schools nationwide. The League is fully Title IX compliant with both male and female athletes competing on the same team. Additionally, it’s an ‘adaptive’ sport, which allows students with physical disabilities to take part.

The League’s priorities are safety, fun, and marksmanship – in that order.

The League is the safest sport in school, with not one reported injury since the inception of the League in 2001. Each athlete must complete firearm safety certification before participation.

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