19 Oct 2011 Browning takes bronze in Pan-Am trapshooting
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – Kayle Browning of Wooster finished third and won a bronze medal Tuesday in the Pan-Am Games trapshooting competition at Guadalajara, Mexico.
Browning was first in the event’s qualifying round, breaking 68 of a possible 75 targets. In the final 25-target round, she broke 17.
The event was won by fellow U.S. shooter Miranda Wilder, who hit 21 of 25 in the final round. Second was Lindsay Boddez of Canada, who also broke 21 in the finals but was one behind Wilder in the overall scoring. Browning was two behind Wilder in the overall tally.
Browning competed for Greenbrier High School in the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Arkansans Youth Shooting Sports Program. She is a student at the University of Central Arkansas and the daughter of Tommy and Tammy Browning.