From The News Review:
_It was about 7:25 a.m., and [eighth-grader] Eli [Wolfe] . . . had arrived at the bus stop. He . . . [looked] out onto an overgrown Christmas tree farm when he saw a deer walk into view 100 yards away. . . .
Eli was quick on the draw, pulling out his cell phone and calling Kai, his 11-year-old brother who was back at the house. Eli hurriedly explained to his brother that he was looking at a deer that he thought was a buck, so please be quick and bring his rifle out. . . .
The young Eli, sitting and resting his elbows on his knees, needed only one shot to drop the buck in its tracks. After several weekends and after-school hunting trips of tromping through the woods in boots, he had filled his tag wearing flip-flops and a pair of shorts._