MASON, MI – Thousands of students participated in the 2022 USA High School Clay Target League National Championship this weekend in Mason, MI. The event features high school clay target athletes from around the country competing for the top award.
230 teams from 175 high school teams took part in the USAHSCTL National Team Championship. The qualifying round took place on Friday, July 8th. Only the top 80 teams qualified to move on to the Championship round.
On Saturday, July 9th, 1,800 of the top high school athletes competed in the USAHSCTL National Individual Championship Qualifying round. Of those, just 400 made it to the Sunday Final.
The National Championship Final round took place on Sunday, and Aidan McKinney of Rock Creek High School in Kansas took home title of National Champion. Calhoun High School of Illinois persevered for the second year in a row, facing stiff competition from America’s other top high school teams.
In the brand-new Female division, Lillian West of North Ridgeville High School in Ohio missed just three targets to earn her award as the top female high school clay target athlete in the country.
Full Results from the event can be found at http://claytargetleaderboard.com
Photos and videos of the event can be found at https://www.facebook.com/USAHSCTLNationalChampionship
Individual Championship – Male
All ties were broken using reverse run.