Welcome to the Racine Lutheran High School Trap Shooting Webpage
The purpose of the team is to teach the safe handling of firearms while giving athletes the opportunity to compete in a lifelong shooting sport. We strive to inspire teamwork, good sportsmanship and Christian character with all our athletes.
We compete in the Southeastern Wisconsin Youth Trapshooting Conference (SWYTC). Currently there are 14 teams in the conference that is divided into 2 divisions. Teams shoot 50 clay targets each week in head to head competition. The conference season starts in March and ends in May. The conference 100 bird shootout is the first weekend in June.
We practice shooting on Tuesday nights, and we shoot our conference rounds on Thursday nights. Practice starts at 6 p.m. and usually ends around 8:30 p.m. Athletes do not need to be there the entire time. They just need to shoot their rounds of trap.
The team also competes in 100 bird invitationals. These invitationals start in April and run through June. These shoots are on weekends, mostly Saturdays and Sundays with some Fridays. We pick one day of the invitational for shooting. These competitions are throughout the state, with the furthest shoot in Rome, Wisconsin.