President Richard Leos has requested that a meeting of the officers and directors of the Texas Trapshooters Association be convened at 6:00 PM on Friday, September 30, 2022 at the Iowa Park Trap Club in Iowa Park, TX. This meeting is in conjunction with the Zone III Championship. The draft agenda is in the link below. If you cannot join in person, the draft agenda contains a Zoom Meeting link.
Dial In: 346-248-7799
Meeting ID: 548 799 2337
View the Board Meeting Agenda
TTA Secretary – Randall Boeding
- Zone V Results Zone V HAA Report
- Zone III Iowa Park Sep 30-Oct 2, 2022
- Zone II El Paso Oct 21-23, 2022
- Zone IV Waco Apr 28-30, 2023
- Zone I Amarillo Jun 16-18, 2023
Jennifer Rutger of Boerne, TX, was inducted into the ATA Hall of Fame in 2022. Jennifer has been attending trapshoots before she was born; her mom shot non-registered events while she was pregnant. Jennifer started regular practice at age nine, and her ATA career began at the 1984 Southern Grand. Shortly after she won first trophy in a singles event at a weekend shoot in Orlando.
Jennifer competed at the Grand for the first time in 1984, shooting only singles. Two years later she won her first trophy there, placing third among sub-juniors in the Singles Class Championship. Since then she has won more than 85 Grand trophies, including women's titles in the 2001 Doubles; 1999 All-Around; plus the 2005 and 2007 HOAs. In 2015 she claimed the Lady I HOA crown.
There were a total of 2,984 shooters from all over the USA and also from Canada, England, New Zealand and Brazil at the 2022 ATA Grand American World Trapshooting Championships held August 3rd to 13th at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex in Sparta, IL.
Texas was well represented by 58 shooters. Between them they brought home a total of 45 trophies and a great time was had by all! A big "Congratulations!" on all their acheivements.
The following is a list of the Texas trophy winners at the 2022 Grand American World Trapshooting Championships in Sparta, IL.
2022 AIM Grand National Youth Trapshooting Championships
AIM Doubles Championship
Sub Junior Class B Runner-up - Oliver Meador 95
2022 Grand American World Trapshooting Championships
Event 2 - Trap & Field Handicap
23.0 - 24.5 Champion - Philip Stewart 97
Lady II Champion - Yaani Mai Gaddy 100
Lady II 3rd - Patricia Todd 95
Event 4 - MEC Outdoors Singles
Sr Vet Runner-up - Larry Tagtmeyer 100
Event 6 - Precision Fit Stocks Doubles
Lady II Runner-up - Jerri Webb 96
Mike Fisher of Decatur, TX was inducted into the ATA Hall of Fame in 21. He was born on September 24, 1949, died July 2, 2022 at the age of 72.
He grew up in Missouri and moved to Texas in 1980, claiming his first state titles in 1984: the singles, doubles and all-around. He now has a total of three in the 16s and five each in doubles and all-around. He’s also won top awards in championship events at Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Utah state shoots. Mike attended his first Grand American in 1983, winning the Dayton Homecoming the next year and again in 1987. In 1993 he headed the prelim Friday handicap with the lone 99 and was runnerup in the Champion of Champions. One year later he placed second in the HOA with 984x1,000, just one target behind the champion. In Grand American competition, he has broken 15 200s in singles, and his twin-bird century count stands at seven. Mike’s Satellite Grand all-around titles include the 1988 Midwestern, 1993 Western and 1995 Dixie, and he won the 1991 Western Grand doubles with 100. In Southwestern Zone competition, Mike earned both the singles and doubles titles in 1985 and the doubles again the following year. He was singles and all-around champion in 1987, and he reclaimed the all-around in 2011.