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Competitors from 166 Iowa high school and 12 collegiate teams have competed for state championships in June in American trap, doubles trap, handicap trap, sporting clays, skeet and international trap and skeet.
Championship shoots were held at the Cedar Falls Gun Club, Mahaska County Izaak Walton League in Oskaloosa, New Pioneer Gun Club in Waukee, and the AVAD Hunt Club in Coon Rapids.
Six boys and six girls who scored the highest in trap, skeet and sporting clay were named to the All-State team. For a complete list of results, go to http://sssfonline.org
2017 Iowa All State Boys
Jaydon Biles, Princetown, North Scott Trap Team
Eric Long, Davenport, North Scott Trap Team
Thomas Keeshan, Princeton, North Scott Trap Team
Mason Caruthers, Urbandale, Des Moines Area Clay Crushers
Brent Alman, Bettendorf, Pleasant Valley High School Trap Team
Colten Uitermarkt, Otley, Pella Christian Eagles
2017 Iowa All State Girls
Nicole Breese, Solon, Solon Spartan Trapshooting Team
Emma Von Donselaar, Oskaloosa, Pella Christian Eagles
Alexis Louck, Eldridge, North Scott Trap Team
Sydney Boot, Pella, Pella Shooters Club, Inc.
Cheyanna Sheaffer, Pella, Pella Shooters Club, Inc.
Kennedy Vandevoort, Pella, Pella Shooters Club, Inc.
For 2017, more than 3,700 athletes competed in the program, breaking more than 2 million clay targets.
Iowa qualifies 17 teams for nationals
Iowa has qualified 17 teams for the national 2017 Scholastic Clay Target Program and Scholastic Action Shooting Program National Championships tournament July 8-15 in Marengo, Ohio.
The teams are Albia High School, Ankeny Centennial Jaguars Trap Team, Charles City High School, Cherokee County Youth Shooting Sports, Clear Creek Amana High School Trap, Easton Valley Trapshooting Team, Little Ankeny Jaguars Trap Team, Lyon County Straight Shooters, Maquoketa Cardinals Varsity, North Scott Trap Team, Oskaloosa Shooting Team, Ottumwa High School, Pella Christian Eagles, Pella Shooters Club, Inc., Pleasant Valley High School Trap Team, Sibley Ocheyedan Shooting Generals and the Solon Spartan Trapshooting Team.