Camara wins Vermont Free Throw contest

BRISTOL’S ABE CAMARA, with his trophy for winning the 13-year-old boys’ division of the Knights of Columbus Vermont Free Throw Shooting Championship on March 13, poses with his mother, Lynn Camara; Addison County resident Bowen Lutz, the 12-year-old runner-up; and K.O.C. Deputy Grand Knight Gary Russell.
Photo courtesy of Gary Russell

SOUTH BURLINGTON — Bristol’s Abe Camara is this year’s Knights of Columbus Vermont Free Throw Shooting Champion for the boys’ 13-year-old division. He won the title in a competition this past Sunday, March 13, at Rice Memorial High School.

Camara was one of several winners of earlier Addison County contests who fared well in the state competition, which the Knights of Columbus resumed after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Contest organizer and Deputy Grand Knight Gary Russell of Bristol reports the following local kids earned runner-up finishes:

  • Hayden Lutz in the boys’ 14-year-old division. Lutz is a former 11-year-old state champ.
  • Leah Tierney in the girls’ 13-year-old division.
  • Bowen Lutz in the boys’ 12-year-old division.
  • Ayden Wingfield in the boys’ 11-year-old division.
  • Grant Rossier in the boys’ 9-year-old division.
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