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Youth International Shotgun Training Coalition, Inc. Williamsport, Pa.


Trap since its facilities opened in 2002. The North Mountain Bun- ker is one of the few in the USA dedicated to youth training.


The Youth International Shotgun North Mountain Sportsman’s Bunker at Muncy Valley, Pa. has been known as the training ground for Double Trap Champi- ons. Its shooters have combined to record the following accom- plishments: Eight world records in Open and Junior and most of the Junior National records; one Open and two Junior World Championships and both team World Championships; many World Cup medals; fi ve National Open Championships and all of the National Junior and Junior Olympic Championships in the last eight years.


But there is more: Its shooters have also collected two ACUI National Championships in In- ternational Skeet and many Na- tional Team, National Develop- ment Team and Junior Olympic Team placements in both Skeet and Bunker along with Double


2012 Highlights: Hosted an International Skeet Training Camp featuring six competitors who would go on to podium at the 2012 USA Shoot- ing National Championships. . . Hosted International Bunker Trap Training Camp for eight par- ticipants, seven of whom would podium at the National SCTP. . . Hosted International Bunker Trap Training Camp . . . Craig Hancock of Hancock’s Shooting Academy lead instructor


Top Emerging Olympic- Path Athletes: Morgan Craft – Currently attending Lindenwood University on a shooting scholarship; 2012 USAS Spring Selection Gold Medalist in International Skeet; 2012 ACUI National Champion in women’s International Skeet and American Skeet; 2012 USAS National Championships Junior bronze medalist.


Aurora Keen – Currently a junior at Sullivan County High School


in Laporte, Pa. and a member of the Sullivan County High School Shooting Sports Team; 2011 – SCTP National Championships – Bronze Medal Overall; 2012 USAS National Shotgun Champi- onships – Silver Medal J2 Class; 2012 Junior Olympic National Championships – placed 7th Overall. Missed fi nals by one target; Plans to shoot for a posi- tion on USA National Team and to pursue shooting sports at the collegiate level.


Jakob Kelsden – 2012 NJOSC – International Skeet Champion- ships – Placed 5th; 2012 USAS Shotgun National Champion- ships – Silver Medal in Junior Category; 2012 SCTP National Championships – International Skeet – Overall Placement – 2nd; Sr. Placement 2nd.


Robert Kyle Johnson — 2012 USAS Shotgun National Champion- ships – Bronze Medal in Junior category.


Nick Bourboon — Currently at- tending Lindenwood University; member of Shooting Team; 2012 USAS Shotgun National Champi- onships – High in Class C/D.


Isaac Kelsden — 2012 USAS Shotgun National Champion- ships – 3rd Place Class C/D; 2012 SCTP National Champi- onships – International Skeet – Overall Placement – 7th; Senior Placement 7th.


CTC Coaches: Lester Greevy — Head Coach


Dave Craft — L1 Level Coach; Serving as Head Coach for Sul- livan County High School Shoot- ing Sports Team in International Shooting Sports of Bunker Trap and International Skeet; coach and father of Morgan Craft in International Skeet; coach and father of Ethan and Dylan Craft in International Bunker Trap; Has NRA Certifi ed Shotgun Instructor credentials; has coached vari- ous shotgun sports locally since 2005.


Gary Craft — L1 Level Coach; assists in coaching Interna- tional Skeet and International Bunker Trap for the Sullivan County High School Shooting Sports Team; has NRA Certi- fi ed Shotgun and Rifl e Instruc- tor Credentials; has coached various shotgun sports locally since 2000; Instrumental in cre- ating the Sullivan County High School Shooting Sports Club.


CONTACT: Youth International Shotgun Training Coalition, Inc. North Mountain Sportsman’s Assn. 5741 St Rt 87 Williamsport, PA 17701 570-435-2233 Coach: Les Greevy (les@greevy.com)


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