Luxemburg-Casco new youth trap shooting triples in popularity

Luxemburg Casco youth trap shooting team growing in popularity
The Luxemburg-Casco schools have seen a new club activity triple in participation this year.  The trap shooting team is in the second season of competition after finishing second in their division last year.   Involvement has really taken off according to Instructor Dale Simonar.  He shares how the program got started.



Boys and girls who hold a hunter safety card are allowed to compete by taking 25 shots each at a clay pigeon.  The state competition will be held in Nekoosa this June.  Five students participated last year while finishing 16th out of 70 teams, according to Simonar. The Luxemburg-Casco trap shooting team will shoot every Monday in the spring at the Luxemburg Sportsman Club and submit scores weekly to a trap shooting association.     


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