Ohio State Shoot

131st Annual Ohio State Trapshooting Tournament

The Ohio State Trapshooting tournament is one of the largest trapshooting events in the country with as many as 1,500 shooters from more than 30 states competing for money, big-ticket prizes and bragging rights.

The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation’s state competition also is held during the weeklong event and draws some 3,000 students athletes from around the country.

WHEN: Ohio State Shoot,  June 20 through June 25, 2017; Scholastic Clay Target Program State Shoot, Monday, June 19, 2017

WHERE: Cardinal Shooting Center (Map Shown below)

2017 State Shoot Program

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On Monday afternoon, 40 shooters participated in the
50 BIRD – 22 YARD HANDICAP event sponsored by J & L Equipment, INC.

The top score of 49 in the Lewis Class was shared by Steve Snyder and Doug Smith.

Ron Charniga, Gunner Hall and Larry Wright followed with a score of 48 each.
Fourteen shooters in all, shared the $650.00 purse.

Monday evening program– BOTTOM DOLLAR MISS & OUT

The program started at 6 pm and went 11 rounds…at 9 pm, the winners were:

1st Place- John Thomas $480.00
2nd Place- Charlie Moore $288.00
3rd Place- Austin Whited $192.00

These 2 events raised $745.00 for the
N.E. Ohio Epilepsy Foundation, the charity chosen by President Martin Miller.

Over 400 kids participated in the annul event! There were 25 teams competing his year Once the shooting was
over, the kids were treated to an ice cream buffet,
compliments of the Ohio State Trapshooting Assciation


SCTP Team relaxes with a few games of corn hole


Our trophy room for the 131st annual Ohio StateTournament


Unfortunately, it began raining before the MISS AND OUT shoot finished….but everyone enjoyed the double rainbows.


The Chippewa Team gets ready to take the  line.


One of the competing SCTP teams makes stop
at the Hall of Fame Museum.



Taylor lumber and Ohio Valley Veneer