2018 Race to State Series

The ISCA and Member Clubs are pleased to present the 2018 Race to State Series  Each Series Location will include a 100 Bird Main Sporting Event as well as additional side events determined by each individual club. Available options will also be determined by each club.  NSCA rules will apply.

ISCA Sponsored Awards will be presented at each Main Event for HOA, first place in All Classes(M thru E), and first place in all Concurrents.

Free Gun Giveaway presented by the ISCA. For every 50 birds shot at each event, participants will receive a raffle ticket for a drawing of a Beretta A300 Autoloader Shotgun.  The drawing will be held on Saturday night at the 2018 Indiana Sporting Clays Championship at Indiana Gun Club.  You do not have to be present to win.

2018 Race to State Series Schedule:

  • Indian Creek – May 18-20th – European Rotation – Lunch Available – Registration on iClays

  • Linden Conservation Club – May 25-27th – Squadded Rotation

  • Kosko Conservation Club – June 2-3rd – Squadded Rotation with Lunch- Registration on iClays

  • Kokomo – June 8-10th – European Rotation with Lunch- Registration on iClays

  • Indiana Gun Club / Fall Creek- June 16th – Squadded Rotation with Lunch – Registration on Winscore

  • Sugar Creek – June 23-24th – European Rotation – Lunch Available – Registration on iClays

Contact information for each member club is available here. For additional information on the ISCA or Race to State series, contact fallcreeksportingclays@gmail.com or call Mike Perryman 317-442-1074.  Note: NSCA and ISCA Target Fees will be added at registration

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