Maspenock Rod & Gun Club
McGill Lane Milford, Massachuetts

Trap League Shoots
 
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The Maspenock Trap Committee conducts trap league shoots,
which encompass trap singles, doubles, wobble and handicap.
All trap shooters are invited to participate. Qualifying scores would include one round each of singles, doubles, wobble and 20-yard handicap (total 125 clays);
participants may shoot as many rounds as desired, and only the highest score in each discipline for each shooter would qualify for the League, to achieve a High Over-All (HOA) score.



Trophies are awarded for both individual (Lewis Class System) and team results.
Scroll down this page to see the Lewis Class Scoring rules
A qualifying team score would be the five highest over-all scores per team. The Maspenock Leagues will have four classes: Classes A, B, C, and D, and will award trophies for the winner and runner-up in each class, as well as the high scores in doubles and handicap, if applicable.
Team trophies will be awarded for First, Second and Third Place.

League entry fees include the cost of clays,and trophies. The entry fee for individual shooters is $7 per round ($14 for doubles); a team affiliation is only $10.00 more per team member.
The Maspenock Trap Committee is inviting all trap shooters to visit our trap range and participate in the Trap League.
We are open Sundays at 10:00 AM and Wednesdays at 6:00 PM.

Explanation of Lewis Class Scoring System
The Lewis Clas is based on final scores posted when the event is over. Prior to the event, the Shoot Promer decides the number of classes
and the payout per class,e.g. one class for every ten shooters, two or three awards per class.
At the shoot's end total scores are listed numerically from highest to lowest. Then,they are devided into as many froups as there are classes.
For example; if there are 30 entries and five classes, there will be six scores in each class.The highest score in each class is the winner.
Because there may be an odd number of entrants and tie scores on the deviding line between classes, several rules have been established.
  1. When a short class is necessary, due to an odd entry list, the short class or classes shall head the list.
  2. When the line divivsion falls in a number of tie scores, the contestants are assigned to the class in which the majority of scores appear.
  3. When an equal number of tie scores appears on either side of the devide line, contestants shall be assigned to the head of the lower class.
  4. When the original devision is changed, due to tie scores, this change shallpply only to the classes directly affected, and the original division shall continue in the other class.