Case: Makayla Scott shows love, hard work can make dreams come true

I haven't talked to you about Makayla Scott for a while. You may remember she is the young lady who rose up from the 4-H clay shooting program in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, near a town called White Sulphur Springs.

Makayla started shooting shotgun in 4-H a few years ago, one thing led to another and next thing you know, she became quite a sensation in the scattergun world.

OK, since you asked, just a little history on this shotgun shooting dynamo. Makayla had a less than advantageous start in life and was being bumped around the foster care system when she was found by Telford Scott and adopted into his family. Makayla (now a ripe old 19 years of age) may have had a rough start in life, but some years ago through the love and encouragement of her new family - and the 4-H shooting program - she picked up a shotgun, started shooting competitively and has never looked back.