Providence Parents and Students.
The Providence Academy Trap shooting team is going to have a fall season!
Any student who has previous experience on the team can sign up now until September 14th. We will start practicing the following Friday at Park sports in Orono and continue for the following 6 Fridays. The scores will post in November. This is a great opportunity to shake off your rusty shoulder and improve your skills. Trap shooting is the safest High School sport, with no injuries or concussions to date. We are outside and spaced apart so we can enjoy our sport in the safest Covid-19-free atmosphere.
Safety is the first element that is instilled in trapshooting, due to the equipment we use. Fun is the second element that we encourage. It is exhilarating to break clays in pursuit of a perfect game. Performance is the third element that is honed to perfection. Every person on the team can have a perfect game where they break all 25 clays. Coach White and I will help any student improve their skill and outcome if they listen and practice more perfectly.
If your student has not performed on the team but is interested in joining for the fall season, please email or call me in the next 2 weeks..
It is important to note that every player must have a league-approved firearms safety course.
The High School Trapshooting league started right here in Plymouth, and Providence Academy’s trap team has already accomplished much, including a perfect game in competition. (All 5 members scored a 25 in the same game)
This lifelong sport could be just what your student needs to improve their self-respect, shotgun skills, and respect for others.
Please call me if you have any specific questions.
We are looking forward to a wonderful fall season on the range.
Head Coach -Trap and Skeet Shooting Team
Announcing The 2020 Fall League!
New Teams and Existing League Trap or Skeet Teams are Invited to Participate This Fall!
The Fall League provides an opportunity for teams to add new student athletes that are new to the school or those that could not participate on the spring team. The six-week Fall League is shorter than the Spring League and does not include a season-ending tournament.
Due to the current uncertainty related to COVID-19, the League is announcing a Modified 2020 Fall Season that will provide the most opportunity for student athletes and teams to participate.
CLICK HERE to see the 2020 Modified Fall Season Policies & Procedures for complete information.
Stay informed on the latest League COVID-19 developments at http://www.usaclaytarget.com/covid19/
The Fall League registration deadline is September 14th.
Teams (minimum of five athletes) can compete in one or both leagues!
Athlete registration begins August 3rd!
Any student is eligible to participate if he/she:
Registration fees are $35 per student athlete per league. Ammunition and target costs are determined by the team.
Modified 2020 Fall Season Schedule:
8/3: Team and student athlete registration opens
9/14: Athlete registration closes
10/1: Score submissions available in TMS
11/14: Season score submission deadline 9 p.m. CT
11/17: Conferences published and team registration fee invoices are issued
11/18: Week 1 results published
11/19: Week 2 results published
11/20: Week 3 results published
11/21: Week 4 results published
11/22: Week 5 results published
12/1: Team registration fees due and awards begin shipping to teams