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Valley Springs pre-teen targets spot on future Olympic team

'When it’s your child living their dream, it just makes you feel like you are doing something right' - Amanda DeVusser

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Valley Springs pre-teen targets spot on future Olympic team

Kayli DeVusser didn't start shooting until she was 9 years old.

When Kayli DeVusser sets her sights on something, she rarely misses. Although she has only three years of competitive 12-gauge shotgun shooting to her name, the 12-year-old Valley Springs girl has been winning events with a massive bang.

Already in 2021, Kayli has competed in Phoenix, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and at the end of August will head to Kentucky to participate in the Women’s Clay Championship.

Valley Springs pre-teen targets spot on future Olympic team

Kayli DeVusser, 12, has been shooting competitively for two years and in that time, has had a number of first-place finishes.

Valley Springs pre-teen targets spot on future Olympic team

Kayli DeVusser hopes to one day be in the Olympics.

Valley Springs pre-teen targets spot on future Olympic team

Kayli DeVusser has competed all over the United States.

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