Clay Target

Legacy Christian Academy offers students in grades 6-12 the opportunity to compete in the fastest growing MSHSL sponsored activity, Clay Target. Clay Target is great for physical activity, group cooperation, and the student socialization it provides. Students at LCA can earn lettering points by participating in Clay Target and given the flexible schedule can participate alongside another LCA sport.

Important Upcoming Dates:

Tuesday, February 7 – Mandatory Parent/Athlete Meeting at 6:30pm in the Legacy Media Center

Monday, March 6 – Last day to register for spring 2016 season

Registration Information

Spring 2017 Schedule

Team Store

Skeet Team (Fall)

Legacy’s Skeet Team meets two nights a week on Monday and Thursday for five weeks during the fall season (September-October). One of the nights is a practice night and one is for a competition score. Currently, the LCA team shoots at Beaverbrook Sportsmen’s Club in East Bethel. LCA competes in Class A-Conference 2 for Skeet, which includes Wayzata HS, Anoka HS, Cretin-Derham Hall HS, and Roseau HS. 

If you would like more information about the Fall Skeet Team, contact advisor Todd Foy.

Fall Standings

 

Trap Team (Spring)

Legacy’s Trap Team meets two nights a week on Monday and Thursday for nine weeks during the spring season (April- June). One of the nights is a practice night and one is for a competition score. Currently, the LCA team shoots at Beaverbrook Sportsmen’s Club in East Bethel. LCA competes in Class 2A-Conference 1 for Trap, which includes Barnesville, Breck School, Long Prairie, Medford, Rochester Mayo & Wheaton HS.  The season culminates with an MSHSL-sponsored state tournament in June. As a club sport, there is no school fee to participate and given the flexible schedule, students can participate alongside another spring sport.

If you would like more information about the Spring Trap Team, contact advisor Todd Foy.

Spring 2016 Standings

Additional Resources

Spring 2016 Team Packet

Spring 2015 Season Recap

In 2015, Legacy had 18 of 21 shooters participate in the State Tournament in Alexandria on June 11. In the Novice Division, Carson Sharp ‘20 tied for 31st in boys and Cali Weddle ‘17 tied for 11th in girls. The JV Division saw Christian Foy ‘16 break 25/25 in the 3rd round tying for 58th place. Lexi Weddle ‘15 tied for 19th in girls. At the Varsity level Michael Stelly ‘16 took 4th overall breaking 97/100! His first round was 25/25 and final session results were 49/50! Stelly’s efforts were rewarded by receiving 1st place in the conference out of 186 shooters and 2nd place in Class A out of 1,408 shooters!