Wow! Surprised to see it has been over two months since I last posted to this blog. Sorry about that. Life has pulled me in some different directions, which I will explain sometime soon. In the meantime, I have a little photo display from last Friday up at the 2014 Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Championship at Alexandria, Minnesota.
As one of the fastest-growing high school sports in Minnesota, a total of 3,948 high school athletes participated in this 5–day shooting event. In fact, it has grown rapidly to have such significance that even Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton showed up last Friday to visit. Governor Dayton said, “… this place is just filled with parents and coaches and kids who are learning something they can do for the rest of their life and do responsibly.” Indeed they are, Governor!
I was not able to attend this fun event, but my close friend, Todd Rost, was one of the team coaches for Faribault Bethleham Academy and wanted to share these images with the blog’s readers. Check out the fun and competition: