Maci Stephens, 6, holds up the head of her first deer. “She is a great little girl and great
hunter,” said her father, Brady. She passed her hunter safety certification over the summer
and killed this 162-pound, 11-point buck near Fairfax. The Collinsville Elementary School firstgrader
hunted with her father at a camp with five children, all of whom killed deer during the
weekend. BRADY STEPHENS/Courtesy
Luke Revard and his father, Mark,
hold the 8-point buck Luke shot while hunting
his grandfather’s land in Greer County.
Joshua Baden, 11, of Oologah
got his first deer, a 6-point buck that weighed
114 pounds. He hunted with his father, John,
on private land off the Verdigris River near
Lenapah. “I don’t think he is ever going to
quit smiling,” John Baden said.
Brent Nicholas, 15, of Enid
holds the best deer of several he has killed
while participating in Oklahoma’s youth
hunting program. Brent shot the 138-inch
buck with his .257 Weatherby Magnum.