Young hunters around the state harvested more than 7,600 deer this past weekend during Ohio’s annual two-day youth gun season.  Hunters in Tuscarawas County bagged the most deer, killing 322, while locally, two counties were also in this year’s top ten.   Holmes County ranked third in the state with 250 deer harvested and Ashland County was 7th with 179.  According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, this year’s total exceeded the average number of deer checked during the past three youth seasons by more than 1,400.  The most deer ever killed during the two-day youth season was just over 10,000 back in 2007.