Enrollment for 2021 USAYESS Western Regional Open Junior Clay Target Championship
Once the squad is built, payment is due in 3 Days.
Individual athletes must be under the supervision of a coach. A team must consist of one or
more athletes, one of which must be in high school in order to receive endowment funding,
should funding be available.
All USAYESS tournaments are open to all youth teams and individual athletes belonging to any
youth organization that has a competitive shooting program; AIM, 4-H, FFA, High School Rodeo
Trap Program, P.I.T.A. YES, SCTP, YTF, High School Leagues, etc...ALL are welcome. No prior
tournament qualification is require, and no NSSA, NSCA, ATA, P.I.T.A or any other NGB
membership is required. USAYESS is the fastest growing youth competitive shooting
organization in the country, and the only all-inclusive.
Collegiate: 10th â€“ 12th grade
Senior: 10th â€“ 12th grade
Junior Varsity: 9th â€“ 12th grade (first year competitors)
Intermediate: 7th â€“ 8th grade
Novice: 6th grade and below, based on maturity and coachâ€™s approval
If your organization(team) is not listed in the selection above, please create a team name by Clicking Here
Athletes should compete in their appropriate age group. Bump ups from a lower division to the
next division up are allowed. Once bumped-up, the athlete will remain and compete in that
division throughout the entire tournament in all events, including any and all individual events. The
bumped-up athlete may, after the tournament, be moved back into his or her original grade division.
Athletes compete in their current grade until the new school year begins.
Registration must be handled by the head coach or person responsible for the team. Select your
Organization (team) from the dropdown, enter the teamâ€™s password and Log In.
The team name should match the team name listed on the MidwayUSA Foundationâ€™s Endowment
account should you have an endowment account. If you donâ€™t have an account set-up, USAYESS can help
you set one up. Theyâ€™re free.
Once into the system, please update email and phone number. We might need these to contact you
with any changes and or questions.
Now you may start building your teamâ€™s roaster by entering one athlete at a time. The system will ask
you for the athleteâ€™s Class (division) and shirt size.
As you add athletes, they will be placed into the Team Roaster section on the left-hand side of the page.
Next select which events the athlete (s) will be competing in. A box will appear which holds up to five
athletesâ€¦a squad. You may add more squad boxes as you need.
You may then start building your squads as you wish by dragging athletes from the Roster area to where you want them.
The system will automatically select the Squad Class, and notify you of Mixed Squads. Make sure to select times.
Should you need to remove an athlete from an event, simply drag them to the recycle bin. If you need to
remove an athlete from the entire tournament, drag them from the Roaster to the recycle bin.
Once you are finished, select the Test Value button and then the Submit button. DO NOT HIT THE
BACKWARDS ARROW ON THE URL or it will erase all that you have entered.
If the team is paying for all the athletes, the responsible person may select Pay for the first athlete,
enter the credit card information and pay. Then go to the next athlete, select and pay. The system will
auto populate the card information.
If the team will require each athlete to pay individually, the responsible person would simply copy the
URL and send it to each athlete. They will only have access to the pay area.
You may go back in and make any changes, add athletes, move them around and or remove them as you
need up until the event is closed.
Individual athletes must be under the supervision of a coach or adult volunteer. A team must consist of
five or more athletes in order to receive endowment funding, should funding be available.
Athletes may compete in one or more events. In order to qualify for the High All Around, athletes must
compete in all four American events; American Skeet, Sporting Clays, 5-Stand and Trap.
All USAYESS tournaments are open to all youth teams and individual athletes belonging to any youth
organization that has a competitive shooting program or shooting club. No prior tournament
qualification is required. No NSSA, NSCA, ATA, USAS, or any other membership is required. USAYESS is
the nationâ€™s only â€˜openâ€™ youth competitive shooting organization in the country. Meaning that
participants are not forced to become members of USAYESS in order to compete. Non-Member fees may apply.
Only USAYESS members whose membership is current and paid in full have insurance coverage through
USAYESS. No state affiliate or team may use any USAYESS logos or the likes thereof or mention USAYESS
in any literature, marketing material and or promotional material in any way, when hosting a nonUSAYESS
supported event and or tournament.
Events with no USAYESS member participation will not be supported by USAYESS.
Should you need further assistance, please contact USAYESS at 831-229-4872 or 775-777-4711.