Roman Tavares-Finson won the boys’ title, while Kimberley McNally was awarded the girls title for the ATL Automotive Group Schools Clay Challenge.
Tavares-Finson successfully defended the trophy by shooting 49 out of 50 in the main section and 17 out of 18 in the Super Six.
He ended with a combined total of 66 from 68 this year two better than last year.
McNally ended the tournament on 37, same as runner-up Annabelle Chung.
They engaged in the only shoo-off of the day to determine the class champion as well as the female champion.
That was done on station one with each of them having to shoot 6 birds.
Chung dropped one bird early in the round while McNally took out all six birds.