The Cardinal Shooting Center is well equipped to handle the over 2,000 student-athletes, with a line of trap fields that extends for miles. Also notice the curtain wall in the background, that should help make lead reclamation a breeze.
The sheer number of vendors is reason enough alone to attend. Whether located in a building, where companies like Browning are on site to provide support and peddle its wares, or in tents along the main drag, chances are good that one of your favorite companies was at this year's SCTP Nationals.
Winchester Ammunition provided AA-themed flying discs for the Pizza Party on Thursday night. In addition, match attendees that signed up for a one-year NRA Membership received two boxes of the iconic AA shotshells.
At the 2019 Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) National Championships, conducted at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, OH, July 13-20, there was an incredible 2,343 athletes and coaches registered. See the gallery above.
Even more impressive, there were nearly two million clay targets thrown over the duration of the competition. But, the superlatives don't end there. Due to the borderline-oppressive heat and humidity that was encountered this summer in Ohio, 2019 marks the largest number of water bottles ever consumed at the SCTP National Championship.
View all the 2019 SCTP winners at the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation website. Click the "Results" tab on the menu bar.
The 2020 SCTP National Championships are slated for July 11-18. Learn more at this link.