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Badger State Games shooters are on target

2:21 PM, Feb. 2, 2013
Nadja Lambrecht, 16, of Wausau, fires at a distant, orange-colored clay target Saturday at the Badger State Winter Games event at the Marathon Trap Club.
Nadja Lambrecht, 16, of Wausau, fires at a distant, orange-colored clay target Saturday at the Badger State Winter Games event at the Marathon Trap Club.
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More than 40 people braved single-digit temperatures today to participate in the return of clay target shooting at the Badger State Winter Games.

The competition was held at the Marathon Trap Club in the town of Marathon. This was the first time the event has been held in winter in several years after the event was discontinued.

Participants ranged in age from 13 years to 77 years old and all were determined to break the clay targets that were flung down the range. ...

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