Anna Pfaff, Morris, Illinois, fired her shotgun during a flight Saturday at the 2014 USA Shooting Wisconsin Junior Olympics State Championship in Rome.
More than 200 children and young adults participated in an inaugural event for the first international-style trapshooting bunker in Wisconsin.
American-style trapshooting takes place using a hut that sits partially above ground and has a single machine inside that shoots a clay disc, known as a pigeon, into the air, said Perry Hintz, state adviser for the Scholastic Clay Target Program. International-style trapshooting uses a bunker that is completely below ground and holds 15 machines.
The bunker can handle five shooting stations, and the pigeon can come from any of three machines, ...