Tennessee SCTP State Championships June 20–25, 2022

John Worthen

Greetings to all athletes, parents, coaches, and supporters from across the state! On behalf of Tennessee Wildlife Federation, I am excited to welcome you to the 2022 Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program State Championships.

It is great to see how the Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program has grown this year and athletes, coaches, and teams back on the field at full strength again.

We are pleased to say that our team has also been growing. This year, we welcomed a new Program Manager for Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program, Ashley Tone, as well as a new Program Coordinator, Amy Hall. With these new additions, we have been able to increase our support for coaches and continue prioritizing the experience for our participants and their families.

We are also excited to offer Super Sporting to the competition this year, alongside doubles skeet, doubles trap, and extended yard line trap. You can expect to see several new vendors and food trucks at the Nashville Gun Club this year.

These upgrades were made based on the feedback you provided last year through the participation surveys and focus groups. We want to continue to serve your interests and needs so if you haven’t yet already, please take a moment to fill out those surveys.

Thank you for all the time, effort, and resources you give to the shooting sports and supporting our young athletes.

Good luck to all of our competitors!

J.W. Worthen
Director of Programs

Ashley Tone

Our team is excited to see all our athletes, parents, coaches, and supporters at this year’s 2022 Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program State Championships. Amy, Maggie, and myself have had the pleasure of meeting many coaches this year, but we are looking forward to meeting many more of our participants at the Nashville Gun Club!

As a former Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program athlete, I remember the excitement—and yes, nerves—surrounding the State Championships. It is a joy to bring this event to life now as Program Manager. It is all the more rewarding knowing what an impact shooting sports have on conservation in our state.

Thank you to all of our coaches, parents, partners, and athletes for all you do to make our program what it is.

See you out on the field!

Ashley Tone
Manager of Tennessee SCTP

COVID-19

As we adapt to living with COVID-19, we ask that anyone who feels ill refrain from attending State Championships.

Indoor and outdoor restrictions have been lifted across the country. However, we ask everyone to be respectful of those that choose to wear masks, and ask people to keep a respectful distance from individuals not in your immediate group.

Thank you for your part in keeping others healthy.

Lightning and Weather Delays

As always, we will compete in the rain but will stop for lightning. Shooting will be suspended if there is a strike within six miles of the club and will resume 20 minutes after the last lightning strike. Alerts will be given via the public address system and text alerts.

Text 2022STATE to (615) 502-4250 to sign up for text alerts.

J.W. Worthen
Director of Programs


Ashley Tone
Tennessee SCTP Manager

Amy Hall
Program Coordinator

Maggie Buckley
Program Generalist

Matt Simcox
Hunters for the Hungry Manager

Taylor Martin
Associate Director, Hunting and Fishing Academy

Jeb Beasley
Hunting and Fishing Academy East TN Field Representative

Chris Hearn
Hunting and Fishing Academy West TN Field Representative

Hotel Information

State Championships attendee rooms available at

Best Western Plus Belle Meade Inn and Suites
5600 O’Brien Ave, Nashville TN 37209 | (615) 354-1711
Blocked under TNSCTP
June 19–26 | $170 per night
bwplusnashville.com

Holiday Inn Express Nashville West
5612 Lenox Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209 | (615) 353-0700
Blocked under TNSCTP
June 19–26 | $179 per night
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Rates are based on availability, prices subject to change.

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Text 2022STATE to (615) 502-4250

Have questions? Shoot us a text.

Major support for Tennessee SCTP provided by
TENNESSEE WILDLIFE RESOURCES AGENCY

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Tennessee SCTP State Championships Schedule

Monday, June 20

Sporting Clays
Mandatory safety briefings will be 30 minutes before each rotation at Sporting Clays
11:00 a.m.
2:30 p.m.

American Skeet
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 21

Sporting Clays
Mandatory safety briefings will be 30 minutes before each rotation at Sporting Clays
9:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
5:00 pm

American Skeet
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.

Super Sporting
9:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, June 22

Doubles Skeet
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.

Super Sporting
9:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.

Coach Fun Shoot
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Last Man Standing

Sporting Clays & Skeet Shoot-Offs

Awards Ceremony for Sporting Clays and Skeet Events

Thursday, June 23

American Trap
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

Coach Fun Shoot
9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Friday, June 24

American Trap
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

Coach Fun Shoot
9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Saturday, June 25

Doubles Trap
9:00 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
12:45 p.m.
1:30 p.m.

Extended Yard Line Trap
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.

Last Man Standing

Trap Shoot-Offs

Awards Ceremony for Trap Events, High Overall and High All Around

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Vehicle Rules and Rentals

You must observe all safety rules while operating your vehicle at the Nashville Gun Club.

Violators will be given one warning only. Thereafter, all cart privileges will be revoked.

  • No hoverboards, skateboards, rollerskates, inline skates, or similar equipment are allowed during the event.
  • Speed limit: 5 m.p.h.
  • Golf carts must yield to pedestrians and other vehicles when in traffic. Be courteous.
  • No racing or other unsafe operating practices are allowed.
  • All drivers must be 16-years-of-age or older and possess a valid, state- issued driver’s license to operate any vehicle, including bicycles. Learner’s permits are not sufficient.
  • You must follow the directions of all Nashville Gun Club personnel and Tennessee SCTP staff.
NO STREET VEHICLES (CAR, TRUCK, MINI-VAN, ETC) ARE ALLOWED ON THE SPORTING CLAYS COURSE. GOLF CARTS, ATVs, AND UTVs ARE ALLOWED.
Limited availability, we encourage you to bring your own golf cart and UTV if possible.

2-Passenger Cart
Mikey’s Motors
Call (615) 962-9265 ext. 4, ask for Dixie
Reservations are under Tennessee Wildlife Federation

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Awards

Team Awards

Awarded by taking the highest score across the entire team. Award goes to the entire team, not just the high scorers. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each age division.

Sporting Clays – Top 3 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Super Sporting – Top 3 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

American Skeet – Top 3 per team by age division
Collegiate, Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Doubles Skeet – Top 3 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

American Trap – Top 5 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Doubles Trap – Top 5 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Extended Yard-line Trap – Top 5 per team by age division
Collegiate, Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Squad Awards

Awarded to the actual squad that shot on the field. All athletes on the squad must be the same age classification. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each age division.

Sporting Clays
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Super Sporting
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

American Skeet
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Doubles Skeet
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

American Trap
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Doubles Trap
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Extended Yard-line Trap
Senior Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Advanced, Intermediate Entry, Rookie

Individual Awards

All shooters ranked individually, regardless of participation on a partial or full squad. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each age division.

Sporting Clays
Varsity/Junior Varsity Grand Champion
Intermediate Advanced/Intermediate Entry/Rookie Grand Champion
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

Super Sporting
Varsity/Junior Varsity Grand Champion
Intermediate Advanced/Intermediate Entry/Rookie Grand Champion
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

American Skeet
Varsity/Junior Varsity Grand Champion
Intermediate Advanced/Intermediate Entry/Rookie Grand Champion
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

American Trap
Varsity/Junior Varsity Grand Champion
Intermediate Advanced/Intermediate Entry/Rookie Grand Champion
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

Doubles Skeet
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

Doubles Trap
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

Extended Yard-line Trap
Collegiate Female/Male
Senior Varsity Female/Male
Junior Varsity Female/Male
Intermediate Advanced Female/Male
Intermediate Entry Female/Male
Rookie Female/Male

Combined Team Awards

Combined Skeet
For teams who shoot Regular and Double Skeet, awarded by taking the total team score of both events
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Trap
For teams who shoot all three divisions of Trap
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Main Event
For teams who shoot all three Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays main events, awarded by taking the total team score of all three events
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Overall All Events
For teams who shoot all six events, awarded by taking the total team score of all six events
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Individual Awards

Combined Sporting
For individuals who shoot Sporting Clays and Super Sporting, awarded by taking the total score of both events
High Overall and Runner-Up Collegiate
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Senior Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Skeet
For individuals who shoot Regular and Double Skeet, awarded by taking the total score of both events
High Overall and Runner-Up Collegiate
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Senior Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Trap
For individuals who shoot all three divisions of Trap
High Overall and Runner-Up Collegiate
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Senior Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Main Event
For individuals who shoot all three Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays main events, awarded by taking the total score of all three events
High Overall and Runner-Up Collegiate
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Senior Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Combined Overall All Events
For individuals who shoot all six events, awarded by taking the total score of all six events
High Overall and Runner-Up Collegiate
High Overall and Runner-Up Senior (Senior Varsity and Junior Varsity)
High Overall and Runner-Up Intermediate (Intermediate Entry and Intermediate Advanced)
High Overall and Runner-Up Rookie

Coach and Parent Fun Shoot

Coaches compete against coaches. Parents compete against parents. Shoot the same sporting clays course as the athletes!

Prizes awarded to top coaches and parents

Stations open

June 22–24

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Stations will be marked.
No scorekeepers will be present. Win honestly.

How to participate
  1. Get scorecard from Tennessee SCTP staff for $20.
  2. Purchase a target card from the Gun Club.
  3. Submit scores to Tennessee SCTP staff at the information table inside the clubhouse by Saturday at 2 p.m.

Shoot-Off Procedures for the 2022 State Championships

Trap Shoot-Off Procedures

All shoot-offs for a specific category or division award will be conducted from the 16-yard line in a 25-target
round. All individuals will shoot at the same time. Starting post assignments will be determined at random and
assigned to the following posts:
• If 2 athletes – post numbers 2 and 4.
• If 3 athletes – post numbers 2, 3, and 4.
• If 4 athletes – post numbers 2, 3, 4, and 5.
• If 5 athletes – post numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
• If more than five athletes are involved in the tie, they shall be divided as equally as possible into two or
more squads as directed by the management.
The total number of targets broken by the individual during the round of 25 will be used to determine the winner.
If two or more individuals tie, the tied individuals continue on to the next round.
Round two – Two or more individuals still in the running from round one move back to the 22-yard line and
continue the same shoot-off process. If there are tie scores between or among individuals, the tied squads continue
on to round three.
Round three – Two or more individuals still in the running move to the 27-yard line and follow the shoot-off
procedures used in the preceding two rounds. The next and all required subsequent rounds will be shot from the
27-yard line.

Trap Shoot-Off Procedures for Teams

All shoot-offs for a specific category or division award will be conducted from the 16-yard line in a 25-target
round. All squads or teams will shoot at the same time. Field assignment will be determined at random. The
Tennessee SCTP Manager reserves the right to choose any random method to assign a field. Squad members
shoot all shoot-off targets from the same post as they did in the main event.
For team shoot-offs, the team members will be the top five athletes from the team. Positions will be set by score
with the highest score on post one. If there are multiple athletes with the same score, then a count back will be
used to determine the specific athlete(s). The athletes with the highest score in the last competition round of 25
will be selected.
The total number of targets broken by the team during the round will be used to determine the winner. If there are
tie scores between or among teams, the tied teams continue on to the next round.
Round two – Two or more teams still in the running from round one move back to the 22-yard line with their
teammates and continue the same shoot-off process. If two or more squads or teams tie, those teams continue
on to round three.
Round three – Two or more teams still in the running move to the 27-yard line and follow the shoot-off
procedures used in the preceding two rounds. The next and all required subsequent rounds will be shot from the
27-yard line.
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Event Management reserves the right to begin shoot-offs from the 22-yard line based on the number of
athletes/teams and time of day. Front (from target one to the first lost target) and back (from the last lost target to
the end) runs may be used in cases of inclement weather, insufficient light, or other circumstances that make
shoot-offs impractical.

Doubles Trap

Shoot-offs will be shot from the 16 yard line. A full round of 50 targets will occur to decide a winner. If a full round does not decide a winner, they will continue by shooting two pairs from each station for a total possible score of 20 targets until a winner is decided.

Skeet and Doubles Skeet Shoot-Off Procedures for Individuals

Individuals in a shoot-off for a specific category or division award will shoot on the same field. Shooting order
will be determined at random. The Tennessee SCTP Manager reserves the right to choose any random method to
determine the shooting order.
Shoot-offs shall consist of shooting doubles from stations 3 (high-low), 4 (high-low), and 5 (low-high) in that
order (six targets per athlete), for total score. The total number of targets broken by the individual will be used to
determine the winner. If there are tie scores between individuals, the tied individuals continue on to the next
round.
If two or more individuals are tied after the first round, those individuals will continue shooting doubles in a
“sudden death” format per station in the following rotation: from station 3 (high-low), station 4 (high-low), station
5 (low-high), station 4 (low-high), station 3 (high-low), station 4 (high-low) until one individual is declared the
winner.

Skeet and Doubles Skeet Shoot-Off Procedures for Teams

Squads or teams in the shoot-offs for a specific category or division award will shoot on the same field. All team
members will participate in the shoot-off round(s). Shooting order will be determined at random. The Tennessee
SCTP Manager reserves the right to choose any random method to determine shooting order. Squad or team
members shoot all shoot-off targets in the same order as they did in the main event.
For team shoot-offs, the team members will be the top three athletes from the team. Positions will be set by score
with the highest scorer shooting first. If there are multiple athletes with the same score, then a countback will be
used to determine the specific athlete(s). The athletes with the highest score in the last competition round of 25
will be selected. The order for the teams will be determined by when the team shot. In the event that the teams
shot at the same time, the order will be determined by the field number shot by the team in the main event.
Shoot-offs shall consist of shooting doubles from stations 3 (high-low), 4 (high-low), and 5 (low-high), in that
order (six targets per athlete), for total score. The total number of targets broken by the team will be used to
determine the winner. If there are tie scores among teams, the tied groups continue on to the next round.
If two or more teams are tied after the first round, those teams will continue in a “sudden death” format per station
in the following rotation: from station 3 (high-low), station 4 (high-low), station 5 (low-high), station 4 (lowhigh), station 3 (high-low), station 4 (high-low) until one team is declared the winner.
Event Management reserves the right to use front (from target one to the first lost target) and back (from the last
lost target to the end) runs in cases of inclement weather, insufficient light, or other circumstances that make
shoot-offs impractical.
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Sporting Clays/Super Sporting Shoot-Off Procedures for Individuals

Shoot-offs will be conducted on the sporting clays course (or a five-stand field as light and time dictates). Shootoffs for a specific category or division award will be shot on the same station for total score. Event management
will predetermine which stations will be used for shoot-offs and will announce the stations at the beginning of the
shoot-off. Shoot-offs will begin on one station and continue to subsequent stations until all necessary ties are
broken. Event management reserves the right to choose stations not used in the main event for shoot-off stations.
All target presentations will be true pairs. Shoot-off will be from one station with each athlete shooting at two true
pair (four targets per athlete) for a total score. Shoot order will be determined by the station in which the
individual began the main event with the lower number going first.
The total number of targets broken by the individual will be used to determine the winner. If there are tie scores
between individuals, those athletes with the highest scores will continue to the next station and repeat the process
until one individual is declared the winner.

Sporting Clays/Super Sporting Shoot-Off Procedures for Teams

Shoot-offs will be conducted on the sporting clays course. Shoot-offs for a specific category or division award
will be shot on the same station for total score. Event management will predetermine which stations will be used
for shoot-offs and will announce the stations at the beginning of the shoot-off. Shoot-offs will begin on one
station and continue to subsequent stations until all necessary ties are broken. Event management reserves the
right to choose stations not used in the main event for shoot-off stations.
All squad or team members will participate in the shoot-off round(s). Order will be determined at random. The
Tennessee SCTP Manager reserves the right to use any random method to determine the order.
The team members will consist of the top three (3) athletes from the team. Positions will be set by score. If there
are multiple athletes with the same score, then the score from a randomly selected station from the main event
will be used to determine the specific athlete(s). Order for the teams will be determined by when the team shot. In
the event that the teams shot at the same time, order will be determined by the first station shot by the team in the
main event.
All target presentations will be true pairs. Shoot-offs will be from one station with each athlete shooting at two
true pair (four targets per athlete) for a team total score. All team members must shoot from the same cage or
stand.
The total number of targets broken by the team will be used to determine the winner. If there are tie scores
between or among teams, those teams with the highest scores will continue to the next station and repeat the
process until one team is declared the winner.
Event Management reserves the right to use scores from randomly selected stations from the main event to break
ties in cases of inclement weather, insufficient light, or other circumstances that make shoot-offs impractical.

Extended Yard Line Trap

Shoot-offs will begin based on yard line and division for a round of 25 targets. If a winner is not decided after the full round, athletes will move back to the next designated divisional yard line and shoot two targets at each station for a score out of 10. This will continue until the 27 yard line is reached, where the athletes will continue to compete until a winner is decided.

Designated yard line by division:

Rookie

  • 25 targets at the 19 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 22 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 25 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 27 yard line

Intermediate

  • 25 targets at the 22 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 25 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 27 yard line

Varsity

  • 25 targets at the 25 yard line
  • 10 targets at the 27 yard line

National SCTP

2022 SCTP National Championships

July 5–16, 2022

Cardinal Center, Marengo, Ohio
For more information, click here.

Why join National SCTP?
  • Over 20,000 athletes and coaches participate across 47 states.
  • Virtual and face-to-face competitions available throughout the entire shooting year.
  • SCTP is the official youth shooting program to Team USA and USA Shooting.
  • Junior Olympic Development Camps (JODC’s) Athletes stay right at the Olympic Training Center!
  • Team savings accounts with the Midway USA Foundation and Endowment funds that we deposit.
  • Raffle, New Team Start-Up packages, and Banquet packages are available to help teams raise funds.
  • Industry sponsored special gun and ammo prices for SCTP athletes.
  • A comprehensive scoring/registration program available to all coaches and teams at no charge.
  • Your team’s very own website.
  • Over $89,000 a year in college scholarships are given to SCTP athletes. Since 2013, the SCTP has given out over $450,000.
  • Prizes! Last year alone the SCTP gave out over 30 guns at the national championships in Ohio.
  • 2-year college division for college programs along with virtual shooting opportunities.
  • College day at our National Championships in July. Come meet college coaches and discuss scholarship opportunities for your athletes continuing education after high school.
  • SCTP/USA Shooting National Team placement opportunities. 15 members led by Terri DeWitt.
  • SCTP All State Team recognition and competition at our National Championships.

For more information, visit sssfonline.org