Copyright 2021


Tom Jones:

Jerry Martin:

 This site has been established by your Oregon state NSCA delegates to communicate to the sporting clays shooting community. The calendar of registered events and results are updated regularly. In addition, meeting notices and other announcements related to the NSCA are posted here. We will be soliciting your input regarding any proposed NSCA rule changes and any other items that affect Oregon sporting clays shooters.

Please check back to this site regularly for updates. If you have questions or concerns relating to sporting clays in Oregon, please relay them to us. Please check out our Facebook page for the latest information.


Tom Jones & Jerry Martin


 Please check the calendar regularly for updates and results.

2023 HOF Nominations Are Now Open

Nominations are now open for the 2023 Oregon Sporting Clays Hall of Fame. If you have someone you feel is deserving of the honor, please write up their accomplishments as well as proving the name of the individual. Nominees for the Shooting Award should include State, Regional and National team placements. Service Award nominees should list their contributions to promoting Sporting Clays in Oregon.

In Memorium

Hugh Allan Vincent passed away on Friday, March 24, surrounded by family and friends.

Allan was known for his passion for shooting. He began his love in 1985 when he joined the Ontario Gun Club, which later became Snake River Sportsmen Gun Club. This passion for shooting began by shooting Ducks Unlimited Sporting game before it became Sporting Clays. He traveled all over the Pacific Northwest to shoot tournaments and perfect his game. At the time of his death, he was the Shotgun director of the Snake River Sportsmen Gun Club. Allan supported youth shooting and fund raisers for many organizations. He will be missed greatly by Oregon and Idaho Sporting Clays shooters.

Shoot Cancelations

The Snake River Sportsmen Club is canceling the three FITASC shoots planned for 2023. They were scheduled for 5/29/23, 7/4/23 and 9/4/23. Please check the schedule page for latest shoot information.

New NSCA Rule Changes for 2023

A number of rule changes have been passed by the NSCA delegates. The document showing all of the approved changes can be viewed here.

2022 Oregon State Team

The 2022 State Teams have been published by the NSCA. Congratulations to all! The team listing is available on the recognition page of this site.

Oregon NSCA Funding Notice

In 2020, Oregon’s Gun Club Owners, Managers and NSCA Delegates decided it was time to create a sustainable means to fund our expenses such as; website domain fee, web master updates/maintenance, engraving of our State Champions plaque and now we’ve added the Hall of Fame inductee honor awards. In total our annual expenses range from $760- $960 depending on the number of HOF inductees that year. Therefore, it was decided to assess a OREGON NSCA fee of 2-cents per registered target at ONE shoot each club hosts annually. The State shoot is excluded. Also, individuals can make donations at the annual state shoot if they choose. This assessment will create a stronger, more sustainable Oregon NSCA organization.

2022 Oregon State Sporting Clays Championships

Congratulations Tom Jones, the 2022 Oregon State Champion and  RU John Murphy. Congratulations also to all class and concurrent champions and winners in other events.

Kudos and thank you to Dave and Vandy Fiedler at Mid-Valley Clays for putting on an awesome event! The event drew 193 competitors from Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Texas, with  146 shooting in the Main event.

2022 Oregon State Championship Oregon Resident Winners, Congratulations!


Tom Jones


John Murphy


Gerald Kroeger


Terry Miller


Ty Parsons


Wyatt Ormsby


AJ Bovee


Mike Moon


Timothy Youngkin


Kim Forhart


Wyatt Ormsby


Ty Parsons


John Murphy


Tom Jones


Craig Miya


Carl "Skip" Zapffe