Hannah Helme has a story to tell.
And she might write about it for the news.
The 14 year old Nebraska hunter shot an elk on September 24, 2016 that could be a new state record.
Her father Joel, an official Boone and Crockett scorer, green-scored the rack at 428 1/8 net.
The current Nebraska state record stands at 409 7/8 for a nontypical elk, and the typical state record is set at 390 3/8.
The young lady, who has hunted with her father most of her life, shot the elk mid bugle on a Sioux County ranch.
Helme is an aspiring writer and said she's considering writing about the hunt for the local paper.
Congrats on your hunt!