Twelve student athletes and four high school teams are taking home awards in the Arkansas State High School Clay Target League's (ARSHSCTL) 2019 spring season, which wrapped up competition on May 25th.

A full list of individual and team conference awards can be found at http://arclaytarget.com/2019/05/26/2019-spring-league-results-awards/

“We are proud to congratulate all of the award winners for their success this year.” said John Nelson, President of the ARSHSCTL, “They have really worked hard to get where they are, and we look forward to seeing them at the State Tournament.”

Upon completion of the Spring League, all student athletes are invited to participate in individual and team competitions at the 2019 State Tournament, scheduled for June 15th at the Highlands Gun Range in Gravette.

Generous supporters for the State Tournament include: Cabela’s Outdoor Fund, SCHEELS, Sportsman’s Guide, and Walker’s.

The Arkansas State High School Clay Target League is a member of the USA High School Clay Target League, a division of the USA Clay Target League – a non-profit corporation. The League is the independent provider of clay target shooting sports as an extracurricular co-ed and adaptive activity for high schools and students in grades 6 through 12. The organization’s priorities are safety, fun, and marksmanship – in that order. Each student is required to pass a comprehensive firearm safety education course prior to participation.

Nationwide, more than 32,000 students representing over 1,000 school-approved teams participated in the League during the 2018-19 school year.

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