Words From Our Supporters
Industry, Conservation, and Athletes on the Importance of the League
If you care about conservation, and recognize that those who teach our next generation of outdoor enthusiasts foster conservation, here is your way to carry on the tradition.
What an opportunity for these kids, and so good for our sport and our shooting heritage. Thanks to the good folks at the USA High School Clay Target League offices, many of the young men and women shooting for their schools today will be lifelong outdoor enthusiasts, team supporters, and coaches of tomorrow.
Studies show that youth who take part in recreational shooting are also involved in hunting, fishing and camping, a fact that isn’t a coincidence. … This is why it’s so important to engage young people in shooting sports—to help them start their own legacies to pass on to their own families someday.
I joined because I also saw a great opportunity for me and my school. I wanted to be an inspiration to the girls around my school and in the state of Texas, that we ladies can conquer and show that we can do anything—and prove that this sport isn’t just for men.
Cultivating the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts ensures that our wild places, our wildlife, and our heritage thrives. We believe the grassroots level through each high school is a great way to reach thousands of kids and grow the shooting program across the nation.