Author Archive | John Nelson


West Fargo, Sheyenne join clay target league

West Fargo High School and Sheyenne High School will be the newest members of the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League in 2016. The West Fargo School Board approved the sport in June and the two West Fargo high schools will join Devils Lake, Larimore, Enderlin and Oak Grove high schools in the […]

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Join North Dakota’s Fastest-Growing High School Sport For 2016!

Many schools throughout North Dakota are already joining the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League’s 2016 spring league. Join the more than 500 student athletes and more than a 15 teams are expected to participate! The deadline for team to join the League is March 1, but don’t wait! Click here to get all the information to start […]

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Grand Forks add trapshooting to extracurricular athletics

The Grand Forks School Board approved an agreement Monday that adds trapshooting to its extracurricular athletic program. The program would be treated like any other district activity, according to Athletic Director Mark Rerick and two representatives of the Grand Forks Gun Club who spoke at the meeting. The Grand Forks Gun Club made the request […]

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Oak Grove senior wins state’s first trap shooting title

The first North Dakota state high school trap shooting tournament went off with a bang–several bangs. The tournament took place at The Shooting Park of Horace on Saturday. The sport, which involves shooting at flying targets called clay pigeons, isn’t new to the state but it is for high schools in North Dakota. Organizers of similar […]

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By the numbers…

The USA High School Clay Target League is America’s fastest-growing high school sport. Add to the excitement by joining the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League today! Check out these impressive numbers: 467,225,800 dollars estimated of lifetime expenditures ($75,359 from age 16) with the 2014 league participation (6,200) level per the U.S. Fish and […]

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