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The Navy rifle team was on the verge of its best season yet. Then coronavirus came


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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (Tribune News Service) — Navy sophomore Gabriella Mayes was at her Rio Rancho, New Mexico home late last month when she got the good news. She had been named a National Rifle Association honorable mention All-American. It marked the second straight season a Midshipmen rifle team member earned postseason honors from the NRA.

It was an award Mayes admitted came as a surprise. More so, it was a bright spot in what has otherwise been a disappointing finish to what was shaping up as one of the best seasons in program history. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/the-navy-rifle-team-was-on-the-verge-of-its-best-season-yet-then-coronavirus-came-1.626801

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