The 2020 USA High School Clay Target League National Championship set for July 8-12 is cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual event held in Mason, Michigan, is attended by thousands of athletes, coaches, families and spectators of all age groups each year. The championship is the premier high school clay target shooting event with more than 3,000 athletes from hundreds of high schools across the nation.
More information is available at usaclaytarget.com/covid19.
The Minnesota High School Clay Target League season was cancelled April 23 after Gov. Tim Walz's executive order to keep schools closed for the rest of the academic year. The Minnesota State High School League followed with its own directive.
The registration deadline for the fall MHSCTL season is Sept. 8.
The fall league provides an opportunity for teams to add new participants who are new to the school or those who could not participate on the spring team. The fall league is six weeks and does not include a season-ending state tournament.
More information is available at mnclaytarget.com.