Clay Target

Welcome to Proctor Clay Target Trap team page!

Contact us with any questions at or 218-390-5146 or Mrs. Nyberg's room in the Library area.

Any Proctor School District student is eligible to participate if he/she:
•    Is in grades 6 through 12, AND
•    Possesses  Firearm Safety Certification, AND
•    Meets all school curricular activity eligibility requirements, AND
•    If the team has room to accommodate the student athlete.

Online Registration fees are $35 per student athlete due online by NOON on 3/29. Ammunition and target costs are paid separately, $360 payable to Proctor High School Clay Target Team, due by 4/11. *Fee includes all shells, clay targets & club fees for a total of 20 Rounds.  

Team will compete on Sundays starting at 4pm at Jack Meade Proctor Gun Club, You will be pre-squadded and start times will be staggered. Scores are entered online to compete against all teams in your conference. 3 Rounds per week, extra practice is encouraged.  Shooting ahead is allowed.

Family members are allowed to observe at a 6 ft. apart social distance and or from your vehicles.  Many parking spaces allow a good view, please be courteous to other spectators.

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Parent Volunteers are always welcome!

Proctor is proud to be a part of Minnesota's fastest growing high school sport!
As part of the The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and the independent provider of shooting sports as an extra curricular coed activity to high schools for students in grades six through twelve who have their Firearms Safety Certification.

We believe that…
Safe and responsible handling and storage of firearms and ammunition is the first priority.

Everyone should have fun.

Participation is a privilege and not a right.

Sportsmanship needs to have a constant presence.

Students should have an equal opportunity to participate.
Ethical behavior, dignity and respect are expected.

Participants will be chemically free.

Collaborative relationships with schools and students create a positive experience.

Academic priorities must come before participation.

Adults must serve as a positive role model to students.
The success of the team is more important than individual honors.

Gun clubs are critical to the success of the League and are positive business leaders in their community.

Compliance with school, community, gun club and League rules are essential for all participants.

Shooting sports strengthens connections within families and communities for life.

Everything the League does will always be in the best interest of the students.

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