13 female hunters were recognized at the 2022 Dixie Deer Classic
Eight female hunters won accolades at the 2022 Dixie Deer Classic for their hunting efforts during the 2021 season. After having their bucks officially scored, they received plaques for their outstanding kills.
Madison Boyd took the Female Crossbow Typical award. Her Granville County buck officially scored 132 7/8 inches.
Logan Barefoot received the Female Gun Typical award for the Orange County buck she killed. Her deer measured 133 0/8 inches.
Hailey Edwards took top honors in the Female Gun Nontypical class. Her Lee County buck taped out at 124 1/8 inches.
Brooklyn Caillat’s Guilford County buck, which scored 136 3/8 inches, captured the Youth Female Gun Typical award. Her deer scored 136 3/8.
Brittany Godwin won the Female Muzzleloader Typical award. Her Person County buck stretched the tape to 144 5/8 inches.
Ashley Nevins came out on top in the Female Muzzleloader Nontypical category with her 141 5/8-inch buck from Granville County.
Jena Hall’s Wake County buck measured 121 6/8 inches, securing the award for Female Bow Typical.
Jamie Muhle won the Presidential Award for Female Bow Typical with her Granville County buck that scored 110 0/8 inches.
Winners for canceled 2021 Dixie Deer Classic
Because the 2021 Dixie Deer Classic was canceled, award winners from the 2020 deer hunting season were also named.
Five females represented from that class.
Laura Tucker won the Female Gun Typical award for the Warren County buck she killed. It measured 139 6/8 inches.
Jacey Hargrove won the Youth Female Gun Typical category for her Wayne County deer that scored 109 2/8 inches.
Rainey Mitchell took top honors in Female Muzzleloader Typical. Her Chatham County buck measured 121 2/8.
Karleigh Davis took the award for Youth Female Muzzleloader Typical with a Mecklenburg County buck that scored 123 2/8 inches.
Karen Mitchell was the lone female to win a black bear award for either year. Her Hyde County bear grossed 17 9/16 inches.
Click here to see who won Best in Show at the 2021 Dixie Deer Classic.