Rusho shoots for the win

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  • (Photo courtesy TRACY RUSHO) Maddy Rusho won fifth varsity female in skeet shooting, third varsity female for trap shooting, and ninth varsity female sporting clay May 12-13 in Boise at the youth state shoot. She also won fourth high overall female for the state. Maddy Rusho has shot for the Hayden Long Shots based out of the Coeur d’Alene Skeet and Trap Club for two years now, said Tracy Rusho.

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    (Photo courtesy TRACY RUSHO)

  • (Photo courtesy TRACY RUSHO) Maddy Rusho won fifth varsity female in skeet shooting, third varsity female for trap shooting, and ninth varsity female sporting clay May 12-13 in Boise at the youth state shoot. She also won fourth high overall female for the state. Maddy Rusho has shot for the Hayden Long Shots based out of the Coeur d’Alene Skeet and Trap Club for two years now, said Tracy Rusho.

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    (Photo courtesy TRACY RUSHO)

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