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Top: Hanna Carr. Right: Anthony McCollum.


aside a not so great middle, at least by her lofty stan- dards. Her day one qualify- ing score of 416.7 was tops by two points over her near- est competitor. Day two’s score of 412.0 was fourth EHVW RI DOO WKH HYHQWXDO À QDOLVWV EXW D VWURQJ À QDO LQ which she battled Gratz and Murray State’s MacKenzie Martin


a not so great (Fairhaven, Massa-


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be teammates with Miles and Garner next season at TCU.


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Idaho) would earn Gratz would


Emily Stith (Colorado Springs, Colorado) earned both event medals in the J2 (ages 15-17)


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in Three-Position and eighth in Air overall. J2 silver med- alists were


Taylor Gibson


(Salem, Oregon) in Air and Sarah Osborn (Hampton, Virginia) in Three-Position. J2 bronze medalists were Osborn in Air and Aerial Hall (North Richland Hills, Texas) in Three-Position. Katie Zaun (Buffalo,


North Dakota) swept the top of the podium in the J3 division. J3 silver medal- ists were Dawn Mcllwain (Meridian, California) in Three-Position and Lily Pola- kovic (Roseville, California) in Air. J3 bronze medalists were Gratz (Sigel, Illinois) in Three-Position and Marleigh Duncan (Wake Forest, North Carolina) in Air.


Pistol Fresh off competing at


the International Shoot- ing Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19-year-old Lydia Pat-


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erson (Kansas City, Kansas) Á HZ KRPH WR .DQVDV IRU D few days, then came right to Colorado Springs where she easily claimed the top spot in the Women’s Air Pis- tol competition for the third year in a row. Paterson was joined on the podium by a fellow National Team mem- ber, 14-year-old Carson Saa- bye (Larkspur, Colorado), who not only took


silver


in the Women’s Air Pistol event, but also claimed gold in the Women’s Sport Pistol event just two days earlier. Hannah Walsh (Wolford,


North Dakota) rounded out the top three with a bronze in Women’s Air Pistol. In Women’s Sport Pistol, Kate- lyn Abeln (Douglasville, Georgia) won silver, along with a spot on the National Junior Team. Kellie Foster (Rockdale, Texas) would claim the Women’s Sport Pistol bronze. The Ohio State freshman Anthony McCollum (Purdin,


0LVVRXUL FODLPHG KLV À UVW NJOSC title when he won the Men’s Air Pistol event. Mc- Collum credited his training with The Ohio State Pistol Team during the school year with his Air Pistol win. Jack Leverett (Bainbridge, Georgia) won silver in Air Pis- tol and Charles Platt (Colo- rado Springs, Colorado) won bronze. Leverett’s younger broth-


er, 14-year-old Henry Lev- erett (Bainbridge, Georgia), won the Men’s Sport Pistol title, a title his older brother had won the year before. He was joined on the podium by Platt, who took silver in Sport, and older


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Jack, who won bronze. )RU WKHLU WRS WZR À QLVKHV McCollum, Platt and Henry Leverett earned appoint- ments to the National Junior Team.


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