TRAP

  • Team:  3 - 5 members. Single registrations will be assigned to a Team with a vacant spot to fill.
  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving at their assigned field on-time and ready to start at their prescribed time.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.  Make-up scores will be on Wednesday league nights only.
  • Each Team will be assigned a Start Time.  
  • Teams must check in weekly with the League Coordinator for Field Assignment and score sheets.  Fields are rotated each week.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets weekly  for 10 weeks.
  • DOUBLES TRAP: 1 Round of 50 weekly 
  • SINGLES TRAP: Round 1 = 16 yard line; Round 2 = Handicap.  Handicap is determined weekly by the total score of your Team for the respective week.  If a shooter is competing for a make-up score, particularly with another Team, this shooter's score is not included with the Team's total for handicap.  He/she will shoot the handicap determined by the Team they are shooting with.
  • A scorekeeper will be assigned to each field, but, if a scorekeeper is not available, one member from a Team will remain to score for the next squad.  The Team will determine who will remain to score.
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Make-up and shoot-ahead scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Trap Director.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed anywhere on the assigned field.  Friends or family members are not allowed to shoot with a Team, only registered BACB Club Members.
  • Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) rules apply for each trap competition.  Registered ATA Targets are available for an additional fee when registering.

Leagues

Meet some of our Trap Teams

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Morning Sporting Clays Teams

For Shooters who have questions about the league, contact a Sport's Director as noted below.


    * Contact Trap Coordinator for Trap Shooting
    * Contact Mary Hightower for Skeet
    * Contact Marci Welton for Sporting Clays


   Email: baclaybusters@gmail.com;  or: (602) 571-4055  


Thank you, shooters, for participating in our Spring League

2021 Spring League

Final Results for Each Sport


Hope to see your photo here for our Fall Leagues

Ben Avery

Clay Busters

Phoenix, Arizona

SPORTING CLAYS

  • Team:  3 - 5 members. Single registrations will be assigned to a Team with a vacant spot to fill.
  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving on-time and ready to start at the prescribed shoot times at the Roadrunner Course.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.
  • Each Team determines a Start Time, which will be followed throughout league, unless coordinated with the Sporting Clays Director.  
  • Teams must check in weekly for score sheets at the club's portable table on the Roadrunner Course.  They will also be returned to the same location, when finished shooting.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets weekly for 10 weeks.
  • Each Team will keep score for its own Team. 
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Make-up scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Skeet Director, but NO shoot ahead scores.  Make-up scores may be on Wednesday league times only.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed anywhere on the assigned field.  Friends or family members are not allowed to shoot with a Team, only registered BACB Club Members.
  • National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) rules apply. 
  • Registered NSCA targets are available at an additional fee, when registering for league.

Team: Holy Trap

Some of our Trap Teams, all champions!

SKEET

  • Team:  3 - 5 members. Single registrations will be assigned to a Team with a vacant spot to fill.
  • Each Team will have a Team Captain, who shall be responsible for his/her team arriving at their assigned field on-time and ready to start at their prescribed time.  Any team member who is not present will be responsible for his/her make-up.
  • Each Team will be assigned a Start Time.  
  • Teams must check in weekly with the Skeet Director or Coordinator for Field Assignment, score sheets and updates.
  • Each Team member shoots 50 targets (two skeet rounds) weekly for 10 weeks. 
  • Each Team will keep score for its own Team. 
  • Each Team is required to pick up all spent shotgun shells after they are finished shooting. If the shotgun shells are not picked up, there will be 3 warnings.  After 3 warnings, one point will be deducted per person on the violating Team.
  • Make-up and shoot-ahead scores may be allowed with the coordination of the League Coordinator or Skeet Director, but may be on Wednesday league dates only.
  • Only members of the Team are allowed anywhere on the assigned field.  Friends or family members are not allowed to shoot with a Team, only registered BACB Club Members.
  • National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) rules apply for each skeet league competition.  Registered NSSA targets are available at an additional fee, when registering for league.