Kanabec County Clay Busters

Claybusters Schedule

  • March 15th last day to have your $125.00 registration money paid to the school
  • Monday March 25th  at 12: noon last day for your $40.00 league registration 
  • Saturday March 16th  @ 1:00 class for everyone @ the KCC Range 1963 - 160th Ave.
  • Sunday March 17th   @ 1:00 first year shooters only practice (at KCC range 1963 – 160th Ave)
  • Sunday March 24th  @1:00 first year shooters only practice
  • Monday April 1st practice week 1 1:00 (Easter Weekend)
  • Sunday April 7th practice week 2 @ 1:00
  • Sunday April 14th Reserve week @ 1:00
  • Sunday April 21st league shooting @1:00
  • Sunday April 28th league shooting @ 1:00
  • Sunday May 5th  league shooting @ 1:00
  • Saturday May 11th league shooting @ 1:00 (Mothers Day weekend)
  • Sunday May 19th league shooting @ 1:00
  • Sunday May 26th @ 1:00 Fun Shoot
  • June 8th Deltone 100 June 10th – 18th  in person trap championship shoot in Alexandria 
  • June 21st championship shoot Prior Lake
  • June 25th – 27th  skeet championship shoot in Prior Lake
  • July 10th – 14th  national shoot in Mason Michigan


Uniforms are ready to be picked up.

Remember to register for the championship shoot before May 1st .

We have someone coming to take pictures on May 5th. Order forms are attached to the uniforms. Remember to wear your uniforms for the pictures.


Available for both Boys and Girls

National Sport

Today this national sport takes place in 34 states, with 1466 teams, and over 43,000 participants

Get Involved

Students from Mora and Ogilvie are encouraged to get involved.


Dale Barnick was invited to a Kanabec County Pheasants Forever meeting by a friend in 2011. During the meeting Dale was introduced to the emerging sport of High School Trap.

Dale began researching the possibilities and discovered that in 2008, Minnesota had a high school league of trap shooting as a sport consisting of three teams and 30 student athletes. The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League (MNSHSCTL) was started.

In 2012, Dale contacted the Mora and Ogilvie schools and went to their

school board meetings to ask if this was something that we would be able to do at our local schools. After attending several meetings Dale was given the go ahead to start HST in both Mora and Ogilvie schools.

Interested families started contacting Dale so the end of March 2013 we started a Mora team with 10 athletes and a Ogilvie team with 5 athletes.

Since that time it has grown to having up to 60 athletes between the two schools. It is a coed sport so both boys and girls can participate.

Today this has grown to a national sport with 34 states, 1,466 teams, and 43,009 athletes participating in 2023.

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HST Trap Lettering Qualifications and Requirements

HST League Awards Qualifications and Requirements

Athlete must be a member of the Mora or Ogilvie Public School trap

team in grades 9-12.

Home schooled athletes are also eligible.

Athlete must abide by Mora or Ogilvie Public School and Minnesota

State High School Clay Target League activity requirements.

Athlete must average 20 or more points per round in competition weeks during the season.

Athlete must not miss any competition weeks during the


Athlete must participate in the State Championship

Athlete must adhere to all school district rules, policies and requirements concerning student activities including, but not limited to,

attendance, conduct, scholastic standing and other eligibility requirements.

Athlete must submit all necessary documentation and associated fees to the team head coach by the last regular season competition.

Lettering is available through the HST league not the school.

Athletes must compete in all competition weeks to qualify

for league awards.

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