2013 GISA STATE Clay Target Meet Champions

John Milledge Academy (Interscholastic)
Woodward Academy (General) 

CLICK HERE for Summary of Results

CLICK HERE for Photos from State Meet

GISA Clay Target Sports Meet Results for 2013 

Results of the April 13 GISA Clay Target Invitational

Results of Aug 24 Meet at Ocmulgee River Gun Club, Macon

Results for Sept 14 Meet at Old Hudson Plantation, Sparta

Results of Sept 21 Meet at Flint Skeet & Trap Club, Albany

Results of Oct 5 Meet at Forest City Gun Club, Savannah

Results of Oct 26 Meet at Ocmulgee River Gun Club, Macon

Results of Nov 16 Meet at Old Hudson Plantation, Sparta

Results of Nov 16 Meet at Flint Skeet & Trap Club, Albany

Results of Nov 23 Meet at Forest City Gun Club, Savannah

Results of GISA State Clay Target Meet Dec 6-7, 2013

The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) exists to introduce school-age youth to the shooting sports and to facilitate their continued involvement by providing opportunities to safely and enjoyably participate and compete in a team-based sport led by trained adult coaches focused on enhancing the personal growth and development of their athletes.

In the Spring of 2013, GISA began and sanctioned the Scholastic Clay Target Sports – which includes Clay Targets, Skeet and Trap competitions for GISA Member School Teams and Individuals.  This sport will follow the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) Official Rules with exceptions as noted in the GISA Interscholastic Rules & Regulations.  Students must have passed Hunter Education and be in good standing in their respective school.

SCTP provides the opportunity to participate in the exciting and challenging sports of trap, skeet and sporting clays in a supportive environment taught by trained and supportive adult coaches focusing on the safe handling and use of firearms.
SCTP offers participation in the American disciplines of Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays. An adult volunteer head coach and assistants lead each team. Volunteer state advisors provide support for in-state activities and support their volunteer head coaches and assistants.



  • Contact your Regional Director or a GADNR Shooting Sports coordinator (Click here for list). They will be able to guide you though the process and answer specific questions or concerns. Also, review the SCTP Shooting Club handbook to get a head start on the process.
  • Become a Certified Coach.  You, as a coach, need to take a NRA/USA/CMP Appointed Shotgun Coaches Certification course that will certify you to coach youth shooting sports.  Some things to do/know first:
    • New potential Head Coaches must first contact the state SCTP administrator to discuss starting a new team.
    • All new Head Coaches candidates must attend NRA/USA/CMP Appointed Shotgun Coach Certification.
    • This class is offered by GADNR periodically throughout the year – link/contact for class schedules
    • All new Head Coach candidates must submit to a background check.
  • Identify or Recruit your Team. In many start up cases, you may already have a group of youth ready to go or you may need to set up community information and a registration meeting.
  • Funding and Competition. Your team could qualify for funding if team members are certified in Georgia’sHunter Education Course.
  • Shoot and Have Fun! Find SCTP events and sanctioned competitions (SCTP calendar).




Below are links to important information and documents:

2013 GISA Clay Target Sports Meets

GISA Clay Target Sports Rules & Regulations

SCTP FORMS (for Coaches, Volunteers, Teams, Athletes, etc.)

SCTP Coach Time Sheet

SCTP Head Coach Guidelines

SCTP Website

Georgia Youth Clay Target Sports Website

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