Why Shotgun Shooting?
• Shooting sports are a fun outdoor activity
• Participate in a sport to enjoy for a lifetime
• Make new friends
• Meet new challenges
• Participate in an Olympic Sport
• Participate in Local, Regional, State and National competitions
For more info, contact:
Bill Marquardt, Head Coach
The Northbrook Sports Club, Scholastic Clay Target Program provides youth from elementary through high school the opportunity to learn and participate in the fun and challenging sports of Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays.
Young man or woman age 12 to 18
Physically and mentally able to safely handle a firearm
Obtain an Illinois Firearm Owners Identification Card (FOID)
Have a desire to safely participate, learn and have fun breaking clay targets
2022 Youth Events Schedule
Dec. 10 - Practice: Skeet & Trap
Dec. 17 - Practice: Sporting Clays
Jan. 14 - Practice: Skeet & Trap
Jan. 21 - Practice: Sporting Clays
Jan. 28 - Event: NSC green sporting clays shoot
Feb. 11 - Practice: Skeet & Trap
Feb. 18 - Practice: Sporting Clays
Feb. 25 - Event: NSC green sporting clays shoot
March, 2023 - Start Date for Regular Season TBD
Jun. 23 - Jun. 25 - Event: IL SCTP Championships
Jul. 8 - Jul. 11 - Event: National SCTP Championships
*** All practices and events are at 1pm Saturdays, 2pm start for Trap ***
Gold BBs Sponsored by:
Trap - The shooter is presented a total of 25 tar-gets thrown in random directions away from the shooter. The shooter fires 5 shots from each of the 5 stations. The International form of Trap or Bunker Trap is also an Olympic sport.
Skeet - The shooter is presented a total of 25 targets. These targets are shot from 8 stations. Depending on the station, these clay targets may be flying away from, flying towards, or fly-ing on path from both directions crossing in front of the shooter. The International form of Skeet is also an Olympic sport.