The new sport of trap shooting sparked many questions from the Kenyon-Wanamingo School Board at their meeting Monday evening. Teacher Rich Kincaid addressed the board and explained the basics of the competition. While the program is governed by the Minnesota State High School League policies, he clarified that it is not totally a league sport. Rather, it falls more into the same category as cheer competition and robotics.
Kincaid explained that the program costs will be expenses for the state tournament, such as transportation and lodging. The league suggests one coach be present for every 10 student participants. Future costs would include varsity letters and certificates.
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