Williams claims three state championships in trap
Posted August 22, 2012
Brent Williams, a sophomore at The Webb School, claimed three championships during the summer months in the Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program. Williams, a resident of Manchester, shoots with the Coffee County Claybusters.
Williams was named the 2012 TNSCTP Junior Varsity Individual Trap Champion during the TNSCTP state shoot held at the Nashville Gun Club. Competitors from across the state shot at 200 targets (100 targets each day), and Williams hit 197/200 targets. Earlier in the summer, he claimed the 2012 AIM Sub-Junior Championship shooting a 198/200. In the AIM event, his squad also earned first place in the team event for the Sub-Junior category with a combined score of 965/1,000.
The TNSCTP is a joint effort between the Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA). The organization provides Tennessee's youth, grades five through college, an opportunity to compete in clay target shooting competitions with their peers from across the state. This year’s event was the largest State Championship Tennessee has hosted.