Wilmot to compete in first ever Scholastic Pistol Program State Championship

On June 14, Schultz Resort Rod and Gun Club will be host to five Wisconsin High School teams and three Wisconsin College teams competing in the first ever Scholastic Pistol Program State Championship. Consisting of four different pistol shooting stages, Wisconsin high school and college teams will compete against each other in this sporting event where speed and accuracy are essential for victory. Athletes age from 12 to 23 and are split between a junior, senior, and collegiate division. Squads comprise of four athletes, each required to shoot steel targets set at various distances for each of the four timed stages throughout the range.

Organized by Wisconsin SPP State Advisor, Jeremy Krusemark of Burlington, this competition looks to be one of the first in the region. The Scholastic Pistol Program began in July 2012 and has since gained much attention in the Southern Wisconsin area.

Over 70 athletes from Burlington High School, Union Grove High School, Wilmot High School, Ozaukee County area high schools, Lake County Action Shooters, Southwest Technical College, UW Platteville, and MATC Oak Creek will be attending the match. A Wisconsin Collegiate and High School State Champion will be named based on the overall times recorded at the match.

This event is open to the public with concessions and basket raffle available. The event will begin at 10 am on June 14 at Schultz Resort Rod and Gun Club, W146 S8025 Schultz Lane, Muskego, WI 53150.

For more information, contact Jeremy at wisconsinspp@wi.rr.com.



  1. Jeannie Koenig says:

    Thanks for giving the new pistol teams some much needed exposure. These kids and young adults practice their hearts out and give it their all. I am so proud of all the athletes but most of all to my own team at Wilmot High School.

  2. Melanie Rudd says:

    Why is Central HS not on the list? Not enough interest? Conflict of Interest? Area In-District residents would like to know. Thanks

  3. Kirsten Dale says:

    Central HS does not currently have a program because they didn’t have anyone step forward to be the head coach of the Pistol Team. They do however have quite a successful Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clay team that competes in the SCTP (which is a partner program to the SPP)!

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