HUNTING PHOTOS: 12-Year-Old Baldwin Girl Bags Nine-Point Buck
Ashley Toth's deer's antlers have an estimated 140-inch score and should end up in the state record book.
Father B.J. and daughter Ashley Toth, of Baldwin Borough, enjoyed a family hunting session in Elizabeth Township in early December, and Ashley, a 12-year-old gymnast and cheerleader, came away with the day's best prize when she dropped a nine-point buck.
The deer's antlers have an estimated 18.5-inch spread and a full 140-inch "green" score.
Ashley's deer is not a state record, but its size should still land it in the state record book.
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