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October 23, 2013
Nat’l Championship Is Underway

The 25th Anniversary National Sporting Clays Championship is now officially underway, with what is expected to be the largest number of Nationals participants ever. Preliminary survey results indicate that more than 20% of the approximately 2000 attendees are shooting in the Nationals for the first time. The main event got underway on Tuesday with the […]


October 9, 2013
Schmidt Is HOA World Champion

Michael Schmidt emerged as HOA World Skeet Champion last Friday at the National Shooting Complex, winning the shoot-off battle with runner-up Todd Bender and third-place Allen McCannon, all at 449×450, to take the top title. Jo Ellen Collin won the Ladies HOA World Championship, finishing alone at the top of that race with a 441×450, […]


October 9, 2013
McGuire Wins SC State Championship

Bill McGuire earned HOA honors at the South Carolina State Sporting Clays Championship last week, finishing with a four-target lead over runner-up Doug Vine. Todd Simmons took third place, while Jeff Montjoy had the top SC resident score. Back Woods Quail Club hosted 265 shooters at the State Championship. Winners include: HOA Champion Bill McGuire […]


October 3, 2013
World Shoot Results

Get World Skeet Championship results as they happen! Unofficial results are posted on our website immediately after the event is complete, and you can find them all here: 2013 World Shoot Results


October 3, 2013
Aslanian Earns Arizona State Title

Aaron Aslanian‘s score of 183 gave him a four-target lead and a championship win over runner-up Chris Parsons and third-place Bob Kruft in the Arizona State Sporting Clays Championship last weekend. Danielle Abbott was the Ladies Champion. Coyote Springs hosted the annual shoot, which drew 123 competitors. Non-resident Chad Roberts had the high overall score […]


October 3, 2013
Glenewinkel, Scott, and Giambrone Are World Champions

With the 2013 World Skeet Championships just past the halfway mark, a near capacity crowd of shooters have thus far competed in the Federal Doubles, Beretta 12 Gauge, and Browning 20 Gauge events. Through Wednesday’s results, two of the three winners are first-time World Champions and one is a perennial winner. On Monday, Bailey Glenewinkel […]


September 12, 2013
New NSCA National Delegates Elected

Voting has closed and results are in for NSCA’s 2014-15 National Delegates. You can see the list of new delegates and the voting results here. . Those who were elected will be indicated by an asterisk (*) beside the number of votes they received. Those states that had no one elected, for whatever reason, will […]


September 11, 2013
Tom Seay Wins Northeast Regional

Sub-Junior shooter Tom Seay took the champion’s trophy home to Tennessee last week after finishing first among 373 shooters at the Northeast Regional Sporting Clays Championship. Seay’s 191 gave him a one-target advantage over runner-up Anthony Matarese, followed by Zachary Kienbaum at 189. Jenni Clark earned the Lady’s title with 174. Hopkins Game Farm in […]


September 11, 2013
Newman Is U.S. Open Champion

Paul Newman took top honors at the U.S. Open Skeet Championship last week in Albuquerque, New Mexico, shooting a 397×400 to win with a two-target margin over John Snyder. Jonathon McDonald finished third, and Tami Myers won the Lady’s Championship. John Snyder, a Navy shooter, won the .410 event with his first 100×100 in .410, […]


September 11, 2013
Chaddock’s First 400 Wins Best of Texas

Sixteen-year-old Riley Chaddock from Giddings, TX, picked a good time to break his first 400×400. At last week’s Best of Texas shoot at Greater Houston Gun Club, it was the only perfect score, and it won the championship for him by two targets. Rebecca McCumber was overall runner-up and Lady Champion, and John Castillo finished […]


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