BAND APP: We have a brand new communication tool. This is a free app that will help us and you communicate with the team. This app is called band. Please scan this QR Code with your phone to download and connect to the team.
Cox Email Addresses: If you have a COX email address, please check your SPAM folders for our emails. COX system is automatically marking our emails as SPAM. We are looking at different communication methods, but if you have an alternative email address please let us know.
EYE PROTECTION: Safety is the number one concern. Eye protection must be worn by everyone (Kids, Parents, Shooters, Coaches, etc) while outdoors after entering the main gate.
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is an educational-athletic organization that exists to introduce school-age youths to the shooting sports and to facilitate their continued involvement by providing, promoting, and perpetuation opportunities to safely and enjoyably participate and compete in a high-quality, team-based sport led by trained adults coaches focused on enhancing the personal growth and development of their athletes.
The program teaches youth the importance of firearms safety while instilling values they will use through their lives. The program provides team leaders and team members with the opportunity to participate in an activity that promotes the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship and ethical behavior. Parents and participants are enthusiastic about the benefits of the program.
Joining The Team
All young people ages 9 through College are welcome to participate in four divisions: Rookie, Intermediate, Junior Varsity, Varsity, and Collegiate. No limit is placed on the number of people who can be on a team.
Practices and Competitions
Practices begin each fall and continue through early summer. Coaches are volunteers who are certified by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. They are responsible for organizing club activities and practices, and for teaching team members how to safely operate a firearm, and the basic rules and fundamentals of the shooting disciplines: Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays.
Each season concludes with the Commissioners’ Cup state championships in trap, skeet and sporting clays, where youths compete against their peers from across the state. Winning teams at these events are eligible to compete at the national championships