12951 71st Ave NE • Bismarck, ND 58501 • (701) 484-CCSC

Sporting Clays League

Description

Shot on the Sporting Clays field (walking course). Four to six person teams, keeping the four highest scores out of six after adding handicaps. Target presentation will be the same for all league shooters, with targets being changed bi-weekly on Mondays. During the ten-week period, you must shoot 10 scores, (one score per week). Each score consists of 50 targets and the 50 targets will be shot on ten stations.

League weeks will be held from Monday through the following Sunday.

Rules

The League will consist of three (3) Divisions, Winchester, Federal and Remington. Team’s handicap and skill level will determine what division you compete in. Winchester, Federal or Remington.

  • The purpose of the League is to provide fair and competitive shooting to all shooters of all abilities, novice to veteran. There are no gender or age limitations and no membership requirements.
  • Teams must be registered by the end of the first week.
  • New league members must establish a handicap by shooting two rounds prior to starting.
  • Each team is responsible for cleaning up their hulls when finished shooting.
  • Eye and ear protection are mandatory.
  • Guns must be unloaded when moving from cage to cage.
  • You may shoot twice at singles.
  • Shooters are responsible for returning their scores back to the club house.
  • You may shoot ahead but cannot make up scores. Any missed scores may be shot, but it will not be counted. For any missed scores the shooter will receive an 80% of the average of their last two scores.

Handicapping System

This handicap system attempts to level the field between expert and novice shooters. Because the handicap is recalculated after each week, the number of handicap points assigned to a shooter will be different each week. The handicap is calculated by adding your last two scores, divide the sum by two, then subtract from par.

Trophies

The teams are awarded points for Wins (2 points), Ties (1 point) and Losses (0 points). 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies are awarded to the teams with the highest three point totals at the end of the 10 weeks (10 Scores). Ties are determined by shoot offs. Team members purchase and shoot a 11th round. Their handicap for the tie breaker round is their over all average of the 10 league scores posted. Each team has 1 week to post a shoot off score.

Cost

Team Sponsor Fee – $100.00
Shooter Fee – $201.00
Fees are due prior to starting the league.

Results

Federal League 2015
Remington League 2015
Winchester League 2015

Winchester League 2015

1st Place – Fly N Buy – 1783/2000

Todd Tescher – Most Improved 5.80
Jeff Essler
Joe Fladeland
Chad Butler
Kelvin Hullet
Landon Feil

2nd Place – Schlosser Excavating – 1770/2000

Rory Schlosser
Shannon Schlosser
Dana Schlomer
Jim Wagner
Douglas Nagel
Rick Himmelspach

3rd Place – The Exhausted Ones – 1784/2000

Mike Davis
Wayne Stoller
Jim Martin
Ray Venjohn
Aaron Olson
Larry Ewer
Zach Schneider - Highest Average 44.00

Federal League 2015

1st Place – Starion Finacial – 1716/2000

Paul Brown – Highest Average – 42.20
Chad Abrahamson
Kevin Leno
Trent Hieb
Arnie Strebe
Stacy Hall

2nd Place – Wad Squad – 1696/2000

Bill Laber
Will Laber
George Laber
Mark Ezell
Craig Felchle
Brent Aberle

3rd Place – Fly’s – 1703/2000

Tim Morrell
Anthony Morrell
Erik Morrell
Joe Cleary
Nate Ulness
Kevin Thomas
Nicci Shetter – Most Improved 12.60

Remington League 2015

1st Place – Bruno’s – 1550/2000

Doug Saunter
Nicki Ralph
Clyde Ereth
Brad Darr
Damian Geyer
Wayde Swenson

2nd Place – Mitzel Homes – 1559/2000

Eddy Mitzel
Colby Tognetti – Most Improved – 8.30
Adam Dunlop
David Graf – Highest Average – 37.50

3rd Place – Lincoln Sportsman #1 – 1569/2000

Jeremy Glass
Steve Mack
John Drew
Tom Neigum
Tyler Drew

All NSCA rules and CCSC rules apply. If you haven't signed the liability form for 2017, save time and sign it online.

Capital City Sporting Clays management reserves the right to alter or cancel any part of the program if the conditions warrant. All decisions of management are final.