THERE IS A TWO PART REGISTRATION PROCCRSS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE REGISTRATION STARTS: FEBRUARY 16th ENDS MARCH 16th (or until max of 60 Trap Team Members PLEASE USE YOU PARENT-VUE TO REGISTER. IN THE EVENT OF MORE THAT 60 TEAM MEMBERS WE WILL HAVE TRY OUTS THE WEEK OF MARCH 22nd. SECOND PART OF THE REGISTEATION IS AT THE STATE LEVEL SEE LINK LISTED BELOW: SEE ITEM 2 LISTED BELOW. STATE REGISTRATION ENDS FOR OUR TEAM MARCH 16TTH. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND WE ARE FACED WITH A AMMO SHORTAGE WE HAVE ORDERED AMMO, MANUFACTURES ARE BACK LOGGED THIS MAY ALTER THE AMOUNT OF PRACTICE ROUNDS.
1. You must have Fire Arms Safety Certificate.
2. IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE TEAM SEND HEAD COACH DAVE MADISON YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION FOR STATE REGISTRATION INFORMATION YOU WILL NEED TO GET THE STATE TEAM ID TO REGISTER. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-470-9209
3. APRIL(12TH) WILL BE RANGE ORIENTATION DAY AT THE FOREST LAKE SPORTSMANS CLUB, BE PREPARED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
A. PAY FOR AMMO AND CLAY TARGETS. CASH OR CHECK NO CREDIT CARDS. Approximate. Cost $595.00, PLUS UNIFORM IF YOU NEED TO UPDATE OR BUY NEW.
B. ORDER UNIFORMS FROM BOOSTER CLUB, ORDER FORM WILL BE EMAILED OUT IN ADVANCE PLEASE BE PREPARED.
School Registration directions:
Team Facebook Page:
Forest Lake High School Clay Target Booster Club
Chair: Lorraine Anderson email@example.com
Forest Lake Sportsman Club
2019 Forest Lake Trap and Skeet Team
Minnesota State High School League Competition Night Schedule
Monday 4;00 to 7:30 (Or Until Everyone Has Completed Shooting their 50 Rounds)
Parents are encouraged to watch the competition, but may also drop their student off and pick them up at 7:30.
Weather: We will shoot through mild rain and snow. Students should always have appropriate clothes along for these contingencies. Thunder and Lightning will chase us off the range and into the club house for 30 minutes per incident.
If we postpone the evenings session, we will reschedule for Friday of the same week. If the weather does not cooperate on that Friday, we will use our Reserve Week Scores.
Note: We shoot our competitions as a team. If an individual has a scheduling conflict and cannot make the shooting session, they will receive a 0 for their scores for that session. Scores will entered with the state scoring system as zero's and will drop their state average. If a student has another school activity scheduled on the same night, and time allows, Job's are not school events and no exceptions will be made for this.
Individual Practice Nights 4:00 to 6:30 see your coach for exact practice date and time.
50 Rounds of Ammo (2 Boxes)
MADISON : TUESDAY
You are required to shoot your practice rounds with your coach and squad if you have a job make sure make arrangements with your Employer to accommodate the TEAM to practice with them see your coach for his or her schedule.
Students may shoot more than two rounds of trap (50 birds), per practice session but may run short of the ammo by the end of season. They will also need to purchase an additional round of targets if they shoot more than two practice round per practice night.
Students must attend all scheduled competitions and practices. (Students will sign in/out with their specific coaches.
Students must earn a state average of 19.0 (Novice – 0-14.99, Junior Varsity – 15-18.99, Varsity – 19-25 average)
Students must participate in two of the following competitions or fundraiser:
-Participate in one Booster Club Fund Raiser.
-Back Your Buddy Shoot.
-Hermantown Invitational in Proctor, MN Saturday June ? TBD
-State Trap Championship in Alexandria, MN June (Specific Date will be announced later.
-State Skeet Championship in Prior Lake, MN June
-Other competitions and or Booster Club events as they become known to the Coaches and the Booster Club.
Team Shooting Vest
New this year for 2020 is a Shell Pouch.
Team Hat if student wears a hat, [must be a maroon ranger hat, the only exception to the rule is if we shoot in cold or rainy weather PLEASE DRESS FOR THE WEATHER.
Closed Toe Shoes (No Sandals, Flipflops, or Crocks)
Pants or Shorts (No Short-Shorts) No Shorts in Cold weather.
Shooting Glasses ( Prescription Eye Wear is Acceptable)
Hearing Protection ( Muffs, Plugs, or Inserts)
Always treat a firearm as if it were loaded, do not point it at anyone.
Uncase your firearm and open the action in the parking lot leave your case in your car.
Keep the Muzzle pointed in a safe direction: Break Actions pointed down, Auto's and Pumps pointed up.
Place your firearm in a gun rack until it is your turn to shoot.
Never touch another student's firearm without their permission.
Make sure you have the correct ammo for your firearm.
Turn off your cell phone.
Stay behind the the yellow safety barrier until it is your turn to shoot or score. Your coach will invite you to shoot when it is your turn.
No Parents/Spectators are allowed past the yellow safety barrier unless invited to do so by the coach.
Only Forest Lake Sportsman Club employees are allowed past the firing line for servicing the Trap House.
Safety is everyone's business: Bring violations to the attention of Head Coach Madison or any Coach IMMEDIATELY!!!!
Forest Lake Sportsman’s Club
Monday 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
April 8th 2021 will be the Mandatory Parent/ Athlete meeting for joining the Clay Target Team at the FLHS Media Center Starting at 5:30-7:00
April (12TH) WILL BE RANGE ORIENTATION FROM 5:30 TO 7 PM, FOREST LAKE SPORTSMAN'S CLUB 4648 240TH STREET NORTH FOREST LAKE MN. PLEASE BE PREPARED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
BRING SHOTGUN SAFETY VERIFICATION RECEIPT. PAY FOR CLAY TARGETS AND AMMUNITION IF YOU PURCHASED THROUGH THE PROGRAM, AMMO MUST BE SIGNED FOR AND RECEIVED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN, SIGN CLUB WAIVER, ORDER UNIFORMS, PAYMENT FOR AMMO AND TARGETS MUST BE CASH OR CHECK
April 1st : Classes and conferences (based on team size) announced.
April TBD 13-15th: Practice Week 1.
April : 19TH Week 2.
April 19: Reserve Week. Scores are submitted via the coach’s Team Management System. These scores are saved for future use for the entire team if a team’s scheduled Competition Week is cancelled.
April 19th : Competition Week 1.
APRIL 26 Competition week 2
May 3th : Competition Week 3.
May 10th : Competition Week 4.
May 17th : Competition Week 5.
Picture night TBD
JUNE (TBD): THIS DATE WILL BE OUR FUN NIGHT INCLUDING AWARDS AND BANQUET 5:30 SOCIAL AND 6:00 PICNIC , WATCH EMAILS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Herman-Town/Proctor Pheasants Forever Tournament Date is June 5th 2021
DUE TO COVID-19 THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MAY BE VIRIRTUAL. DATE TBD. Trap Shooting Championship in Alexandria, MN. $30 entry fee (Includes 4 rounds of Trap and Championship T-Shirt) Visit the state website link posted at the top of the Activity Page for more information.
June TBD: Minnesota State High School League State Tournament in Prior Lake. (Top 100 shooters in the state + Team Champs from Alexandria)
Date to be announced USAHSCTL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.
Gold Practice Round Punch Card
PLEASE DO NOT LOSE THIS CARD. STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PRESENT THIS CARD TO THE CASHIER IN THE CLUBHOUSE TO GET ASSINGED TO A SQUAD AND GET A SCORE SHEET FOR SHOOTING THEIR PRACTICE ROUND. THE CARD IS NOT REFUNDABLE IF LOST.
Cost for 40 boxes of shot gun shells and 40 rounds of Trap for 2021 TBD EST $ Parent or legal guardian must take possession of ammunition, payable to the Forest Lake Sportsmans Club in THE form of CASH OR CHECK, NO DEBIT OR CREDIT CARDS.
Note: The number of Shotgun Shells and Clay Targets are calculated to provide the student with 2 rounds of competition each week and 2 round of practice. Any extra ammo for Prior Lake and for the State Championship in Alexandria, MN. shall be a extra cost, available for purchase at the Sportsmans Club or local Sporting goods store.
Shell Catchers: Unless noted later in the season, the team is not requiring shell catchers on semi autos.
Uniforms: Mandatory Uniform Policy is enforced: If your student wears a cap it must be a Marron Ranger Cap, Team Jersey, Shell pouch, Team Vest. no exceptions. Pricing has not yet been established and will be announced soon. Any other caps will not be permitted during competition or practice. Uniforms mean uniformity. We are a team.
Safety: All students must wear adequate eye protection and use adequate ear protection. No open toed shoes/sandals are to be worn during competition or practice. All students must dress for the WEATHER.
We appreciate the privilege and opportunity to function as a coach in your student's life. We consider it a position of great honor, trust, and obligation. To coach a student athlete is a two-fold obligation. Not only do you need to be proficient in the skill set of the sport, but mindful of the influence of words spoken and actions demonstrated. It is a wonderful opportunity to be able to pass on a legacy of skills and development of moral character. In order to accomplish this, coaches must possess the following:
A desire to make a positive influence in a student athlete’s skill set and personal character,
A personal passion for the sport or activity coached,
An understanding of, and proficiency in the skill set being coached,
A possession of moral character that provides a safe learning environment for the student athlete,
An ability to communicate with the athlete and instruct effectively,
An ability to communicate and work effectively with other coaches and parents,
An ability to make effective, timely decisions, and follow a plan of action,
An ability to assess a student athlete’s needs and design a plan for addressing those needs,
A willingness to sacrifice time and talent over compensation,
A willingness demonstrated through action, to become a better coach.
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