Providence Academy’s Trap team made history when all five of its athletes shot 25/25, better known as a perfect round. This is an extremely rare accomplishment. According to Jim Sable, USA High School Clay Target League National Founder and Plymouth resident, and USA High School Clay Target League Chief Administrator, Jason Kelvie, this has never happened in competition in the fifteen year history of the league. The perfect round took place when PA recently competed in the inaugural USA High School Clay Target League National Championship in Mason, MI where they placed 27th out of 127 teams.

Senior Evan Marsh, juniors Emily Foley and Nick Seiter, and sophomores Anders Hedberg and Peter Kahnke made up the team who shot the perfect round. Below, they’re pictured with Jim Sable shortly after this historic event.


Congratulations to our athletes, as well as senior Siena Adducci and freshman Helen Foley who served as alternates at the competition, and the coaches for representing Providence Academy at this first annual event!

Learn more about the competition in the feature story published by the Sun Sailor.

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