Skutt Catholic’s Trap Shooting Team
No Shooting Experience necessary to begin participating in the fastest growing sport in Nebraska where you compete as an Individual and as a 5 person squad. Develop your skills at breaking blue rock with a 12 gauge shotgun. All skill levels compete in the many shooting venues. This is a Co-ed sport where girls shoot competitively with the boys.
Orientation to the Trap Shooting is held Saturdays from Mid-October (10/13 at 2pm) thru November. The official practices start in February 2013 on Mondays and Saturdays at the Papillion Gun Club. The Eastern Cornhusker Trap Shooting Conference hold 6 meets starting mid March, an All-Conference Meet in April and the State Meet is a 2 day event near the first of May. Academic achievement and Marksmanship is recognized. Go to www.shootectc.org for more information about the conference.
Other optional Shooting Opportunities continue in the summer where anyone interested can participate in the Tuesday Night League, Cornhusker Games trap shooting events and the National AIM Trapshooting event in Sparta, IL in August.
Note to Shooters and Parents
Dear Skutt/Gross Shooters and Parents,
We are getting ready to begin the Fall instructional sessions for 2012 on October 13 from 2p – 4p at the Papillion Gun Club(5 miles south of Papillion on S 87th St).
The sessions will introduce you to the sport, gun safety and how to shoot a 12 g shotgun at blue rock. There will be guns available to shoot if you do not have your own 12g shotgun. We do require all shooters to wear eye and hearing protection and should bring it with you if you have the items.
The rock fee of $3 per round and shotshells are the responsibility of the shooter.
Lee White-Hamilton, Head Coach: Lee started the Trap Team in 2001 as a club sport when his son Andrew and daughter Amy attended Skutt Catholic High School. I have been involved in shooting sports for many years. Currently Lee is an Officer of the Papillion Gun Club and a Real Estate agent for CBSHome.
Mary Jo Rump, Team Manager/Asst Coach: Mary Jo took up Trap Shooting when her kids Megan and Tyler started shooting in 2007. Megan (class of 2011) and Tyler (senior) are lettered members of the Skutt Trap team. Mary Jo coordinates communication for team events. Mary Jo is a Senior Analyst in Information Technology for Alegent Health and the secretary of the Papillion Gun Club.
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Ron Koliha, assistant coach, is an avid hunter and trap shooter. His son Jared graduated from Skutt in 2008, Jared participated and lettered with the Trap Shooting Team. Ron works with the shooters to insure the shotguns fit the student.
Bill Galley, assist coach is an experience trap shooter. His son Jason graduated from Skutt in 2008 and was a lettered participant of the trap team for 4 years. Bill works with the new shooters reinforcing gun safety and shooting mechanics.
Andrew White-Hamilton was a lettered participant on the first Skutt Trap Shooting Team and joined the coaching staff 2011 season. Andrew is instrumental in introducing new shooters to gun safety.