If any club member would be interested in becoming a Scholastic
Trapshooting Program instructor, or just a certified Shotgun
Instructor, would you please contact Keith at 217-653-6765.

2017 Illini West Scholastic Trapshooting Program Trap Team

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Kneeling Left to Right: Blake Moore, Branden Blackwell, Trinity Burton, Bryce Hall, Ashton Hunter, Buckley Danielson, Wes Johnson, & Chevonne Shaffer.
2nd Row: Lindsay Sirtak, Baylee Gavillet, Mason Squier, Brady Webster, Luel Palmer, Amanda Spangler, Sam Tod, Brylee Cook, & Margo Russell.
Back Row: Coaches Steve Moore & Leonard Chase, William Sutton, Levi Hocker, Shandler Powelson, Wyatt Johnson, Brandyn Six, Gage Martin, Gage McConnell, Austin Roberts, Coaches Gary Best & Lindy Roberts.
Not pictured: Coaches Tim Tomlinson & Keith Hartweg, Keith Blythe, Tom Hanks, Trace Huston, Cody Marshall, Drew McDowell, Brock Richardson, Kayla Robey, & Carter Willdrick

 

 

 

Objective

The goal of the STSP is to provide the opportunity for girls and boys (graduating eighth graders through graduation senior) to gain skills they can utilize and enjoy for a lifetime. The student does not need to own or to have ever even shot a shotgun in order to participate. The sport is available to all students, but especially to those who can not, or do not want to participate in present recognized sports programs. The program will teach safe and responsible gun handling and the responsibility that comes with it. 

Qualification

Students must learn and practice safe and responsible gun handling. Failure to do so will disqualify them from the program.

Even though grades may not qualify them at first, students will be expected to raise their grades to school qualification standards in order to participate in competitions.

Girls and boys compete as equals.

This sport will accommodate some physically challenged individuals.

Students will not be required to buy or own a shotgun. 

Costs

A one time fee of $25.00 will be charged at signup. 
Practices and school competitions will be free to students.

Funding

Costs for the program are covered by grants from the National Rifle Association, funding from the Hancock County Gun Club, various fund raisers and private donations.