Shooters and Students: Apply for the 2015 SSSF/NRA All-Scholastic Team

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posted on February 10, 2015
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The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation and National Rifle Association invites all outstanding 2015 Scholastic Clay Target Program and Scholastic Pistol Program athletes to apply for this year's SSSF/NRA All-Scholastic Team.

Recognizing the achievements in both the the classroom and marksmanship, being selected for the SSSF/NRA All-Scholastic Team is an honor for any shooter.

“The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation promotes youth development and well-rounded student athletes through our SCTP and SPP programs, and this is just another way we like to recognize our athletes for performance on the range AND in the classroom,” said Ben Berka, SSSF Executive Director.

To learn more about the team and how to apply, visit our friends at the NRA Blog, here.

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