I wanted to get these pictures posted up for a good friend of mine, Todd Rost. As you may have heard, high school clay target competition has become one of the fastest growing high school sports in the nation. That’s incredible, and certainly a big positive for the shooting sports. And with over 7,000 Minnesota student athletes competing in various categories, it took the entire week of June 14–21, 2016, to hold the competition in Alexandria, Minnesota.
The following pictures are random shots showing the Faribault Bethlehem Academy team getting their chance on the big shooting stage. I hope this gives you a feel for what it was like to be there from opening ceremony singing the National Anthem all the way to the competitors in serious action.