Wk 1
Sept. 16
Wk 2

Sept. 23

Wk 3

Sept. 30

Wk 4
Oct. 7
Wk 5
Oct. 14
Wk 6
Oct. 21
BYE
Oct. 28
WK 7
Nov. 4
BYE
Nov. 11
Wk 8
Nov. 18

TRAP

DOUBLE TRAP

& SKEET

2020 WINTER LEAGUE TROPHIES

The distribution for trophies began on September 12th by email notifications. This format is by limited appointments, due to social distancing requirements and Range access. About half have been notified that they may pick up trophies. Board member, David Bibbee, is the Point of Contact for making appointments on Wednesday evening leagues.

Leagues

5-STAND SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS

  • 50 Targets each week
  • Score sheets will be distributed at the 5-stand field. All clip boards and score sheets must be turned in here.  Each Team must take a cell phone pix of their scores.
  • Teams will be assigned Start Times.
  • For social distancing purposes, Teams which arrive early may wait in cars until their start time.  Personal chairs may be brought in but must be 6 feet away from others.
  • Early arrivals may volunteer to score or pull targets. Two Volunteers are required for each round.  Volunteers will earn a $25 gift card from the CTC for scoring/pulling of 8 times (16 rounds).
  • The Gold Card insertion box and pickle (puller) will be disinfected prior to league shooting- and between each Team’s start time.
  • Each clipboard will be disinfected prior to each use.
  • Each clipboard will be supplied with a blank score sheet and two disposable pencils.
  • Face coverings will be required to enter any CTC buildings, e.g. Pavilion restroom.
  • Each shooter must leave the Range when shooting has been completed, unless participating in a 2nd sport.  For the latter, report to the 2nd sport’s field and await your turn, per protocols.


Health Safety Protocols rely heavily on self-regulation and the cooperation of our club members.  Currently, our volunteers and limited staff do not have the ability to constantly monitor compliance of BACB protocols. We need your help in making this work.  Anyone ignoring protocols will be asked to leave.



The safety and health of our Members is a priority.  Fall Leagues required lots of changes for the privilege of our club providing leagues at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center. We insist on social distancing for YOUR protection and those of your Team Mates and others.  The Ben Avery Clay Target Center is closed on Wednesday late afternoon/evenings specifically for the use of the Ben Avery Clay Busters, so that health protocols may be observed for the safe recreation of our club members only and no public use.

REVISED SCHEDULE FOR 2020 FALL LEAGUES

MORNING

SPORTING CLAYS

Ben Avery

Clay Busters

Phoenix, Arizona

AFTERNOON

SPORTING CLAYS

& 5-STAND

Wk 1
Sept. 16
Wk 2
Sept. 23
Wk 3
Sept. 30
Wk 4
Oct. 7
Wk 5
Oct. 14
Wk 6
Oct. 21
Wk 7
Oct. 28
Wk 8
Nov. 4


GOLD CARDS


Gold Cards are the responsibility of each league participant.  These are issued by the Clay Target Center (CTC) on Wednesday - Sunday from 7 - 10 AM (or by special appointment) at the front door of the Pavilion.  Id you have questions, please contact the CTC - but they close at 3 PM. 

TRAP-SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS

  • 50 Targets each week; make-up and shoot-ahead scores must be coordinated with Trap Coordinator.
  • Trap Coordinator will be at Field #5
  • Teams: 3 to 5 members for each Team; those without a Team will be assigned to a team with a vacant spot(s) to complete a full Team.
  • Each Team will be assigned Start Times and Fields but must check in prior to start time.  A large whiteboard will be available at check-in to communicate info as to fields on behalf of the Teams.
  • Each clipboard will be disinfected prior to each use.  These will be available from the Trap Coordinator.
  • Each clipboard will be supplied with a blank score sheet and two disposable pencils.  If a BACB score keeper is not available, a club volunteer must take this role either before or after their assigned shoot time. Volunteers must sign in on the Volunteer Roster.  For 8 score-keeping accruals (16 rounds) as volunteer referees, each volunteer will earn a $25 gift card from the Ben Avery Clay Target Center.  One BACB score keeper (or more) will be available by BACB per contract agreements, if possible.
  • Team shooters must stay 6 feet away at all times from all score keepers who will be using the Trap Referee stands to keep scores. Shooters who want to know their final scores may ask – at a distance of 6 feet – what the scores are.  Squad captain must sign off and return the score sheet and clip board to score keeper.  The score keeper will also take a cell phone pix of the clip board and send to:  trapcoordinator@ gmail.com
  • All clip boards will be returned to the Trap Coordinator.
  • Gold Card insertion box will be sanitized between squads.
  • No socializing or gatherings during shoots; those awaiting their turns must do so from their cars or may use personal chairs which must be 6 feet from anyone in attendance.
  • When shooting has been completed, all shooters must leave the Range, unless they are shooting a second sport. In the 2nd sport circumstance, they should report to the 2nd sport area and await their turn while social distancing.


DOUBLE TRAP PROTOCOLS

  • 50 Targets each week on Field #4.
  • Squads: 3 to 5 members with assigned Start Times.
  • Each clipboard will be disinfected prior to each use.
  • Each clipboard will be supplied with a blank score sheet and two disposable pencils.
  • One score keeper will be provided by BACB; shooters must stay 6 feet away at all times from the score keeper, who will be using the Trap Referee stand to keep scores. Shooters who want to know their final scores may ask – at a distance of 6 feet – what the scores are.  Squad captain must sign off and return the score sheet and clip board to score keeper.  The score keeper will also take a cell phone pix of the clip board and send to:  trapcoordinator@gmail.com
  • Gold Card insertion box will be sanitized between squads.
  • No socializing or gatherings during shoots; those awaiting their turns must do so from their cars or personal chairs which must be 6 feet from anyone in attendance.
  • When shooting has been completed, all shooters need to leave the Double Trap Field.  If shooting regular trap or a 2nd sport, they may await their additional shoot time at the 2nd sport’s range (while social distancing) or leave the Range.

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


    * Contact Mel Faux, Trap Coordinator, for Trap at:

      trapcoordinator@gmail.com
    * Contact Mary Hightower for Skeet
    * Contact Marci Welton for Sporting Clays/5-Stand


   Email: baclaybusters@gmail.com

or: (602) 571-4055  


Wk 1
Sept. 16
Wk 2
Sept. 23
Wk 3
Sept. 30
Wk 4
Oct. 7
Wk 5
Oct. 14
Wk 6
Oct. 21
Wk 7
Oct. 28
Wk 8
Nov. 4


SKEET and SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS

  • 50 Targets each week; make ups must be approved and coordinated by Skeet Coordinator
  • Skeet Coordinator will be at Field #12
  • Teams: 3 to 5 members for each Team; those without a Team will be assigned to a team with a vacant spot to complete a full Team.  Each Team will be assigned Start Times and Fields but must check in prior to start time to obtain a clip board, BACB score sheet and two disposable pencils. Each clipboard will be disinfected prior to each use. These will be available from the Skeet Coordinator.
  • For 8 score-keeping accruals (16 rounds) as volunteer score keepers (and not their Team), each volunteer will earn a $25 gift card from the Ben Avery Clay Target Center- but must sign the Volunteer roster sheet.
  • Team shooters must stay 6 feet away at all times from Skeet Coordinator and other skeet shooters. Shooters who want to know their final scores may ask – at a distance of 6 feet – what the scores are.  Each Team will also take a cell phone pix of the clip board and send to:  skeetcoordinator@gmail.com
  • All clip boards will be returned to the Skeet Coordinator.
  • Gold Card insertion box will be sanitized between squads.
  • No socializing or gatherings during shoots; those awaiting their turns must do so from their cars or may use personal chairs which must be 6 feet from anyone in attendance. 
  • When shooting has been completed, all shooters must leave the Range, unless they will be shooting a 2nd sport.  If they are shooting a 2nd sport, they should report to the 2nd sport area while observing club protocols.


SPORTING CLAYS and SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS

  • Teams: 3 to 5 members with assigned Fields and Start Times.
  • Format for Evening Leagues
    • 4 Weeks:  On-field at Rattlesnake Course
    • 4 Weeks at 5-Stand Field #16, with time slot assignments.
  • Format for Morning Leagues
    • 8 Weeks on Roadrunner Course
    • No practicing on Roadrunner Course
  • Score sheets for Sporting Clays will be available per instructions by Sporting Clays Coordinator. All clip boards and score sheets must be returned to this same location.
  • All Teams must take a cell phone photo of the score sheet and send to the club email at:  baclaybusters@gmail.com.
  • On-field Courses:  There will be one squad ONLY on station at a time.
  • Social Distancing: Teams awaiting a station currently in use, must wait BEHIND posted signs (spaced at 25-ft. intervals) until the squad shooting departs for the next station.
  • Shooter: Team members must stand clear of the person shooting on station by at least 6 feet and provide the same distancing from each other while observing.
  • The squad departing a station will need to observe social distancing while progressing to the next Station.
  • Each designated Station will be disinfected prior to league shooting – and will be disinfected throughout League shooting.
  • Each clipboard will be disinfected prior to each use.
  • Each clipboard will be supplied with a blank score sheet and two disposable pencils.
  • Each shooter will be responsible to have their own face covering per government and BACTC guidelines for use of CTC Pavilion restroom.
  • Morning Teams will have awards based on Morning Teams only.
  • Evening Teams will have awards based on Evening Teams only.
  • When shooting by a Team has been completed, each shooter must leave the Range and not stay to socialize. Local restaurants will welcome your return business.