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Grace College’s Shooting Sports Club Surpasses 100,000 Targets

The Grace Shooting Sports Club (GSSC) at Grace College reached a significant milestone by shooting over 100,000 targets in one year.  On the very last day before entering the 2022/23 school year, a group of coaches and students met to shoot the 100,000th target.  The final tally for the year was 100,051 targets.

GSSC is a club sport at Grace College with more than thirty students on its roster.  Winning division awards at the national level for the past five years, the club has prospered under a school-wide initiative that promotes club and junior varsity sports.  The club has grown each year since its inception and has just begun its seventh year.

GSSC is a recreational shotgun shooting club that focuses on promoting gun safety, enhancing shooting skills and connecting with the shooting community. The group strives to promote a positive image of shooting sports, provide opportunities for leadership development and enhance community awareness of safe shooting practices.  The GSSC is open to all Grace students and meets twice a month at KOSKO Shotgun Sports Complex, 2391 Fox Farm Road, Warsaw. Practices include shooting a variety of sporting clays, traps and skeet. 

 To learn more about GSSC, contact coach Paul Blair at

 Photo Attached: (Left to right): Coach Adam Turner, Ruth Abel, Mackenzie Bird, Stephen Foy, Sam Boyer, and Coach Paul Blair.

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