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Vol. 26 • No. 2 © 2006 NFAA®

FROM THE PRESIDENTS DESK By Bruce Cull ...........................................10

NFAA SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS ......................................................36

2006 VEGAS TOURNAMENT Editorial and Results By NFAA ..................................................21

NFAA CALENDAR OF EVENTS ...............42

IOWA PRO-AM RESULTS .........................22 TEDITORIAL Go Wild! Simple Recipe Healthfood By Ted Nugent.........................................26 BIG SKY OPEN ........................................28 NFAA HEAADQUARTERS REPORT .........32

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Officers President—Bruce Cull 2305 E. Hwy. 50 Yankton, SD 57078 605/665-8340 archery@iw.net

GREAT LAKES Judy McCutcheon Director - IL 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/965-5290 jlynnmac@royell.net

Vice President—Brian Sheffler 7006 Beargrass Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46241 317/244-7585 lbs@indy.net NFAA® Office 31407 Outer I-10 Redlands, CA 92373 909/794-2133 800/811-2331 NFAArchery@aol.com Great Lakes Robert McCutcheon 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/965-5290 prairie1@royell.net Mid-Atlantic Mike LePera 34 Kentwood Road Succasunna, NJ 07876 973/584-0637 brtesite@optonline.net Midwest Ray Jones 704 West South Winterset, IA 50273 515/462-6788 intrudersx2@msn.com New England Kenneth Moore 730 Newman Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771 508/761-5415 kmoore15@comcast.net Northwest Bill Tiddy 3355 Pinecrest Drive Helena, MT 5960-2 tiddyw@aol.com 406/475-3569 Southeast Tim Austin 1710 SW 76th Terrace Gainesville, FL 32607 Flarchery@earthlink.net 352/332-1969 Southern Lee Gregory 112 Ridge Oak Drive Georgetown, TX 78628-7613 lee@dlprint.com 512/863-8296 Southwest Jerry Miller P.O. Box 613 Whittier, CA 90608 562/692-6105 swcman1@verizon.net

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Bill Jones Director - MI 2049 Lake St. National City, MI 48748 989/469-3939

Marc Tebelius Director - ND 5292 8th Ave. North Grand Forks, ND 58203 701/792-3582 (home) 218/230-3258 (cell) marct@uffdaonline.net

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NEW ENGLAND Volker Pense Director - AAE Carl-Ulrich-Strasse 2B 64297 Darmstadt, Germany 0615-653085 nfaadirector@aae-archery.org

MID ATLANTIC Ron West Director - MD 190 54th Street SE Washington, DC 20019 WestArrowsWest@aol.com 202/584-8015 John Pawlowski Director - PA 360 Madison St. Coatesville, PA 19320 610/384-5483 bpjp@ccis.net Douglas Joyce Director - NJ 30 Willow Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873 732/247-3892 jdjarcher@aol.com Dave Hryn Director - NY PO Box 341 West Seneca, NY 14224 716/481-4699 Archery1@localnet.com Jim Quarles Director - VA 7911 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23225 804/272-6512 jim.quarles@excite.com Steve Cox Director - WV WV Archery Assn. P.O. Box 142 Waverly, WV 26184 304/464-5646 MIDWEST Rodney “Zeke” Ogden Director - IA 718 N. 8th St. Osage, IA 50461 641/732-5797 ogdpeep@osage.net

Earl Foster Director - MO 8709 Booth Kansas City, MO 64138 816/763-2699

John Doub Director - KS 1125 E. 59th St. Wichita, KS 67216 316/524-0963 archnutz@cox.net Bill Hakl Director - MN 5656 317th St. Stacy, MN 55079 wehjkh@concentric.net 612/462-1916

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LeRoy Dukes Director - OR P.O. Box 422 Fairview, OR 97024 503/201-4961 T.C. Parker Director - WA P.O. Box 613 Hoquiam, WA 98550 360/533-4698 wa_nfaa@olynet.com Dan Kolb Director - WY 3571 Teton St. Casper, WY 82609 307/265-4418 bhfsdlk@hotmail.com

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SOUTHEAST Howard Beeson Director - AL 111 Eagle Circle Enterprise, AL 30824 334/347-4990

George Kong, Jr. Director - HI 1255 14th Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816-3838 808/734-5402

Oliver Austin Director - FL 1620 Yearling Trail Tallahassee, FL 32317 850/309-1918 oaustin@admin.fsu.edu

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The 2006 VEGAS SHOOT

Another Record Turnout at the Vegas Shoot. Seven Advance to Second Step of Million Dollar Jackpot! by Paul Davison

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y the size of the mob waiting to pick up registration material Thursday afternoon, you knew that this was going to be a record turnout for the Vegas Shoot. Since practice space was at a premium last year, twenty more practice butts were added to the Riviera venue — outside the Convention Center, ten each in the two tennis courts. The weather was beautiful all weekend, and, except for the sun in one’s eyes in the afternoon, there was little difference between practice inside or outside. On the other hand, the Marked 3-D venue was relocated from the dark and windy parking garage to the front side of the Casino, above the Arcade in the “Bingo Room.” Although a little cramped for the spectators, and a longer walk from the Convention Center, the lighting and environmental conditions were superb. With ESPN suspending the Great Outdoor Games in 2006, the Archery Eliminator Qualifier was not held this year...resulting in about 100 fewer registrations. Nevertheless, total registration approached 1700 — bettering last year’s record by nearly 10%. Considering that were very few hitches with this many shooters, a hearty WELL DONE goes to Tournament Secretary, Marihelen Rogers, Tournament Director, Brian Sheffler, and their volunteer work crews and tournament officials. Thursday, February 9th In addition to being the primary practice day for nearly all

shooters, the showcase event of the day was the 7th Annual Indoor Marked 3-D Championship. Twenty-two, top-rated, professional shooters were entered in the 20-target, 20-end event. As usual, the was little difference in skill level among those entered. After the 4th end, Eric Griggs, Duane Price and Richard Leftwich were tied with 46’s ... two points off perfect. After the 8th end, there were two new leaders, Derry Null and Nathan Brooks, both with 92’s ... four points of perfect. Just two points behind were Mike Slinkard, Duane Price and Michael Anderson. After the 12th end, Nathan Brooks was alone in first with a 140, followed by Michael Anderson with a 138, and Tipton Cook and Derry Null, each with a 134. In the 14th end, Nathan Brooks shot the wrong animal for a zero! After the 16th end, the new leader was Mike Anderson with a 184, a mere eight points off perfect. Derry Null captured second with a 180, followed by four others at 176, including Tim Gillingham, Eric Griggs, Tipton Cook, and a rallying Nathan Brooks. Finally, after all twenty ends, Michael Anderson, with a 228 and fourteen 12’s, emerged as the $1500 winner of the first leg of the 2006 Indoor Marked 3-D Championship. Derry Null finished second with a 226 and fourteen 12’s worth $700. Nathan Brooks, Mike Slinkard and Richard Leftwich all finished with 220’s, but Nathan claimed “official” third place with an event-high, sixteen, perfect “12” ends (the remaining four were two 10’s, one 8, and one big fat 0!).

Nathan Brooks, Champion Michael Anderson, 3D Event Manager Ray Jones, and Derry Null

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2006 VEGAS SHOOT—CONTINUED Friday, February 10th No less than fifty-one archers in four divisions shot perfect 300’s on Friday — led by Michael Anderson and Shane Wills with near-perfect 29 X’s in the Championship Freestyle Male Division. Dan Quintana, Jeff Ward, and England’s Chris White followed with 28 X’s. Rick Peters shot the sole 300 in the Championship Bowhunter Freestyle Division, with no less than thirteen tied for second with 299’s. Linda Owen (19 X’s), Georgiana Witt (18 X’s) and Doris Jones (16 X’s) all shot 299 in the Championship Freestyle Female Division. Ken Dunning and Gary Munson both shot 300 with 22 X’s in the Championship Senior Freestyle Division. Steve Boylan, David Bengston and Timothy Smith followed with 299’s. Randy Brabec and Jeff Fabry were tied with 295’s in Championship FSL (Compound), while Jay Lyon (297), Butch Johnson (294) and Vic Wunderle (293) were the top three in the Championship FSL Recurve Male Division. In Championship FSL Recurve Female, the top three were Jennifer Nichols (289), Khatuna Lorig (283) and Amanda Nichols (282). Finally, in the eighth Championship Division, “Anything-Without-Sights-and-Releases,” also known Barebow, Rick Stark led with a 285, followed by Gil Wilson and Teddy Kibel, with 284 and 282, respectively. This was a particularly fun group since it included IFAA Longbow, NFAA Traditional, IFAA Recurve Barebow, NFAA Barebow and NFAA Bowhunter; for both men and women and all adult ages. You may have already noticed that there is new style nomenclature for the Vegas Shoot this year. Style words such as “Unlimited,” “Compound” and “Classic” have been essentially eliminated in favor of NFAA style nomenclature. Saturday, February 11th This second of three days is when all adults get to shoot with their competition, as well as the final day for all Cubs, Youth and Young Adults. It’s certainly not intentional that we’re leaving out the kids, as well as the Crossbow shooters, and all other non-Championship shooters, from this write-up, it’s that there is just not enough space in the magazine. All day-by-day scores, however, are shown in the accompanying tallies. Those remaining perfect through the second day of competition was reduced from 51 to 17 — 13 in the Championship Freestyle Male Division and four in the Freestyle Flight 1. Chris White was the best of the bunch with 600 and 58 X’s. Michael Anderson, Jesse Broadwater and Dave Cousins followed with 55 X’s. Evan Baize (599-45 X’s) moved into the lead in Championship Bowhunter Freestyle, followed by Perry Harping (59944 X’s) and Rick Peters (599-39 X’s). Doris Jones, Tiffany Reeves and Ginger Morehead all shot 300 today in the Championship Freestyle Female Division. Doris’s 599 total led Tiffany and Ginger by one point. In Championship Senior Freestyle, both Steve Boylan and Ken Denning totaled 599, but Steve led by one “X,” 44 to 43. Ed Horn, Gary Munson and David Bengston were tied for third place with 597’s. Jeff Fabry moved ahead of Randy Brabec by three points, 593 to 588, in the Championship FSL Division, while Chris Stauffer remained close with a 588. In the Championship FSL Recurve Male Division, Friday’s leader Joe Lyon dropped an additional 14 points to 580 and a tie for fourth. Vic Wunderle moved into the lead with a 588, followed by Butch Johnson (587) and Shawn Rice (582). Jennifer Nichols (577) and Khatuna Lorig (572) remained 1-2 in the Championship FSL Recurve Female Division. In Barebow, Teddy Kibel moved from third to first with a 561, followed very closely by Rick Stark and Tom Daley with 560 and 559, respectively. Sunday, February 12th 12 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

Just as every sport has their crowd-pleasing way of breaking ties at the championship level, the Vegas Shoot is rather unique. While X-count is used to determine the order of finish in the non-championship divisions and flights, all Vegas Championship shooters tied (without regard to X-count) for first place after ninety arrows must face an end-by-end shoot-off in front of a very boisterous audience. The Vegas shoot-off rules are as follows: After two ends of sudden death using standard Vegas scoring, the third and subsequent ends are scored with the X-ring as a “10.” All other “gold” hits are scored as “9’s.” With ten in 2004 and six last year, just five Championship Freestyle men were tied with 900’s after Sunday’s final round: Dave Cousins, Chris White (a 2005 finalist), Jesse Broadwater, Shane Wills and Lee Ford. The shoot-off moved surprisingly quickly. After two ends of “normal” scoring, Lee Ford was the first to drop out with a 29. Then in the third end, with the Xring only as a “10,” Cousins, Wills and White all hit 29, while Jesse Broadwater scored a perfect 30. As 2006 Champion, Jesse was awarded $15,000 from the WAF, plus a $2,500 bonus for being an NFAA Pro, plus more than $16,000 in contingency money from his sponsors. Broadwater, Cousins, Ford, White, Wills, Annen and Morgan, all with scores of 900 for the Vegas Shoot, are automatically in the running to win the WAF 3-Star Tour’s One Million Dollars. To win the million, they must now shoot 600 with 120 X’s at the Louisville Indoor Nationals, as well as a perfect 1200 at the Stanislawski Open in Pittsburgh. As always, NFAA membership is required to shoot the Indoor Nationals. In the seven remaining Championship Divisions, Evan Baize held on to win the Championship Bowhunter Freestyle Division with a 899. With 898-73 X’s, Grant Schleusner nudged out Perry Harping (898-65 X’s) for second. Canadian Doris Jones won the Championship Freestyle Female Division with a superb 899. Christie Colin (2nd), Tiffany Reeves (3rd), Ginger Morehead (4th) all shot 897’s, but Christie moved from fifth to second based on a best-of-the-group 63 X-count. There wasn’t much movement in the Championship Senior Freestyle Division. Steve Boylan (898) was a meager one point better than Ken Denning and two points better than Ed Horn. Defending champion Jeff Fabry repeated in the Championship FSL (Compound) Division. His 889 was two points better than Randy Brabec’s 887. Chris Stauffer finished third with 884. After domination by Butch Johnson for several years, the 2006 Championship FSL Male Recurve Division winner is Vic Wunderle. Butch matched his last year’s winning score of 879, but it was six points less than Vic’s outstanding 885. First day leader, Canadian Jay Lyon, finished third with a 872. In the Championship FSL Female Recurve Division, defending champion Jennifer Nichols’ 867 was 12 points better than Khatuna Lorig’s 855. Andrea Garner remained in third place with a 847. Last, but don’t tell them “least,” the Championship Barebow Division medalists are Teddy Kibel (839), Leonard Loftus (838) and Rick Stark (837) — a very closely-contested finish. With six of eight NFAA 2006 Shooter of the Year events remaining, it’s much too early to make predictions. However, with Michael Anderson’s Marked 3-D championship and sixth place in the Vegas Shoot, he certainly is a “contenda” for Male Shooter of the Year. All 2006 Vegas Shoot results are tabulated in the accompanying lists. Can’t find the person you’re seeking? Then you can do a search at www.nfaaarchery.com, and follow the links to Tournaments to Las Vegas to Results and then to the “Result Advanced Search” fill-in form. This search will yield results for the past five years, too.

RESULTS 2006 Vegas Marked 3D Championship PLACE AWARD 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 6 7 8

$1,500 $700 $500 $500 $500 $150 $150 $150 $150 $0 $0

MICHAEL ANDERSON DERRY NULL NATHAN BROOKS RICHARD LEFTWICH MIKE SLINKARD TIPTON COOK TIM GILLINGHAM ERIC GRIGGS STEVE SCOTT MICHAEL BRADEN KEITH TRAIL

Score

12’S

228 226 220 220 220 218 218 218 218 218 218

14 14 16 12 11 12 12 12 12 11 10

PLACE AWARD 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Score JEFF HOPKINS 214 JEREMIAH MCCONNELL 214 DUANE PRICE 210 MEL SHREWSBURY 209 JAMES BUTTS 208 LEE FORD 208 THOMAS GOMEZ 205 BOB EYLER 204 MEL NICHOLS 202 STONEY AMERINE 198 JACKIE CAUDLE 190

12’S 11 8 7 9 6 4 8 7 4 4 2

2006 VEGAS Marked 3D Score 12’S Bowhunter Freestyle Flights Flight: 1 216 12 SCOTT WEATHERSPO 214 9 KURT GEIST 214 7 JERRY SLAUGH 210 9 DANIEL UPTON 210 8 DANIEL UPTON 210 7 BEAU FAUSETT 210 5 JEFF JONES 208 7 PATRICK HANSON 208 6 DAVID WOLF 208 6 BILL LEWIS 208 6 ARAGON JOSE 208 5 RAMIE HAINES 207 9 JEFF JOHNSTON 206 5 BILL LEWIS 205 9 JAKE BORAH 205 7 DAVID WALKER 205 6 KENNY SOWELL 204 6 KENNY SOWELL 204 4 DANIEL REED 202 6 JOSE ARAGON 201 6 DANIEL REED 200 4 DAVID WOLF 199 6 BRET MORAN 199 4 JON SERIANI 198 7 GEOFFREY STEPHENS 198 5 ROBERT HANSON 198 4 DUSTIN HALLIBURTON 198 3 CHRIS BERRY 197 6 KEVIN EVANS 197 4 MIKE LEONARD Flight: 2 196 4 KAREN DEMARIS 196 3 JUSTIN AHRENS 194 6 JEFF THORNE 194 2 TONY HARBAYL 194 2 CLINT CHRISTENSEN 194 1 RAMIE HAINES 193 6 RAY ALEXANDER 193 4 RODNEY MEYER 191 5 BENTON CHRISTENSE 190 5 DAVE STEPHENS 190 2 ROBERT STOCKTON 189 5 PETE KIRKWOOD 189 4 MIKE LEONARD 189 1 RANDY BROWN 188 5 STEVE MCCRAW 187 2 JON SERIANA 186 3 DWIGHT COPPOCK 185 5 DERRICK BURFORD 185 3 MIKE SCARSELLE 185 2 KATHY BLEA 185 0 DERRICK BURFORD 181 2 FRANK HERRERA 180 2 NORM TILLMAN 180 1 STEVE RAKAN

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Score 12’S

AWARD

Score 12’S

AWARD

175 4 DENNIS HOWELL 175 1 JOHN TREWERN 174 3 FRANK HERRERA 166 6 DANIEL UPTON 147 1 BERNADETTE PETRUS 143 0 BRUCE BROWN Freestyle Limited Flights Flight: 1 216 11 CHARLIE OWENS 214 8 JAMIE JENNINGS 203 7 RONNIE MIZE 203 5 CHARLES OWENS 198 6 RANDY BRABEL 197 4 BOB BESANEENEY 195 5 EMORY BUDZINSKY 195 4 EMORY BUDZINSKI 194 0 ERIC BENNETT 193 3 SIMON NEEDHAM 191 3 GARY HAWKINS 167 1 DAVE ANDERSON Men Unlimited Flights Flight: 1 232 16 DAVE COUSINS 226 14 ANDREW CALLAWAY 224 13 PERRY HARPRING 222 12 DONNIE MEADOWS 222 11 KEVIN PALMER 220 12 DARRIN CHRISTENBE 220 12 RAY TENBROOK 220 11 DAN BIESKE 220 11 DAVID GANSCHOW 218 14 SCOTT ROMERO 218 11 DIETMAR TRILLUS 218 10 DONNIE MEADOWS 216 11 KALE HEUTON 216 10 DAVID TERAN 216 9 SCOTT CRAN 216 9 ROB LUKE 215 11 DARIN COOPER 214 10 STEVE RIESINGER 214 10 SHANNON ANDREWS 214 9 HKAI BARAWIS $0 214 9 JAKE BORAH $0 214 9 RON FIRESTONE 214 8 RICHARD POTTER 213 10 ROB MORGAN 212 9 ROBERT SHELL 212 8 KEN PAYNE 212 8 BERNIE ORTIZ 212 8 RICH CALLAWAY 212 7 SCOTT STARNES 210 8 ROB MORGAN 210 7 JOSH SCHAFF Flight: 2 209 8 NATHANAEL BODIE 208 8 SCOTT ROADARMEL 208 7 JASON WARNER

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

207 10 ROBERT WOLFRAM 206 8 JOSH SCHAFF 206 6 BOB MARCINEK 206 5 KELVIN RANNEY 206 3 JEREMIAH DONALDSO 204 8 BRIAN MOSLEY 204 5 DAVE FRICKHOFFER 204 5 STEVE BRYAN 204 4 KENNY BOSCHEE 203 8 ROB SPENCER 203 6 BRET YORK 202 6 JACKIE WHITE 202 5 SCOTT ROADARMEL 202 3 TODD NELSON 202 3 JOHNNY VELASQUEZ 201 9 JOSH HUGHES 201 6 TOM HERMANN 201 6 MIKE BLAIR 201 4 MIKE BOYLE 200 8 JEFF BUTTON 200 6 ROBERT SHELL 200 6 JEFF ROLLINGS 200 5 JASON WARNER 200 3 FRANK APONTE 199 5 KEVIN SPENCER 199 4 GEORGE SISEMORE Flight: 3 198 6 TOM CROWE 198 4 CRAIG TURNBULL 198 3 JASON ROBINSON 197 9 RON FIRESTONE 196 5 KRIS LAPPELA 196 3 MIKE EARLEY 196 2 SCOTT MEINEKE 194 4 BRADLEY GOHLKE 193 5 CHARLES MARTIN 193 3 JEREMIAH DONALDSO 193 2 DARRELL PALMER 192 5 ARNIE FARGO 192 1 GREG ROBBINS 191 5 MIKE GERARD 190 1 MARSHAL ALLEN 189 0 BUTCH O’DONNELL 187 3 KRIS LAPPALA 187 3 RICHARD BUTTNER 187 2 DARRELL PALMER 186 2 JIM MARTINEZ 184 3 TODD RAY 183 3 MARSHAL ALLEN 182 4 MARC TEBELIUS 182 1 MARK CARLSON 180 1 HIRAM WITHERS 180 0 JON MCCONNELL 179 1 SCOTT MEINEKE 161 3 JON MCCONNELL 155 1 CHARLES ANSHUTZ Women Unlimited Flights

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2006 VEGAS SHOOT—CONTINUED 2006 VEGAS Marked 3D Score 12’S Flight: 1 224 13 220 12 212 9 210 9 209 9

AWARD GINGER MOREHEAD LINDA OWEN CONNIE CALLAWAY LINDA OWEN KELLY WOOD

$250 $0 $0 $0 $0

Score 12’S 206 201 200 194 194 194

6 7 3 6 3 1

AWARD KELLY WARD RHONDA CALHOUN ERIKA LABRIE JAMIE VAN NATTA RHONDA CALHOUN TENJIN SATOKO

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Score 12’S 187 184 181 172 153 141

1 4 4 3 1 0

AWARD LADY RED JACKIE EARLEY JAMIE VAN NATTA JAMIE VAN NATTE LISA O’DONNELL TENJIN SATOKO

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

2006 VEGAS Marked 3D Amateur Division Place 12’s 218 212 210 210 210 209 209 208 208 206 206 206 206 206 206 206 204 202 202 202 202 201 200 198 198 198 197

10 8 8 7 6 10 8 6 6 7 6 6 6 6 4 4 7 6 5 5 5 6 5 5 4 2 6

SCORE MARK WAGES MIKE WILLIAMS JOHN MARTIN JOE MARLEY JEFF INLOW RICHARD AITKEN BRIAN COOK BRETT GRAEVE SCOTT LARKINS RAYNEAL MCKIM TIM NOBLE JOE TRUJILLO DOUG MOORE LEVI ALLEN DARIK BOLLIG STEVE HICKMAN PETE ROMIG BEN BLOSSER RICHARD AITKEN JIM MCFALL CURT PETERSON RICHARD AITKEN JIM MCFALL DARIK BOLLIG STEVE MCCRAW PETE ROMIG JOE MARLEY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 13 14 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Place 12’s 197 196 196 196 195 193 192 192 191 191 188 188 187 187 184 184 184 183 183 182 182 181 181 180 180 179 179

4 6 5 1 5 5 6 3 5 3 4 1 4 2 5 3 1 5 1 6 1 2 2 3 1 3 3

SCORE MACLAIN LUCK CARL BLACK PAUL STEPHENS SCOTT LARKINS BRETT GRAEVE JOHN BASS JEREMY BEARD KOUDA KIROKI JERRY MORLEY BRAD STRUNK JOHN SMOOT TRAVIS DAIN LONNIE CRABTREE MICHAEL SMITH TRENT TEETS LYNN COOK BARBARA CARLSON PAUL BOWERS WALT DOHRING RAYNEAL MCKIM KIM TERRY JOE TRUJILLO BOB PROVAN KATHY BLEA BILL STINSONS DOUG BAUMER JOSEPH STELLA

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 42 43 44 45 45

Place 12’S 178 177 177 176 175 175 175 172 171 171 170 169 167 164 160 155 154 152 151 151 147 142 140 135 133 132 125

0 1 0 1 4 3 0 1 3 1 3 4 1 3 4 0 1 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1

SCORE TONY MUSCATO LANCE LUCK TIM DRISCOLL JR ORTEGA JERRY MARLEY DWIGHT KIKUKAWA JOHN BASS RODNEY MEYER BOB MCGOVERN KRISTI PETERSON MAENO HIROYUKI CHAD BLACK JOHNNIE ZWEYGAR CANDACE BUTCHER EMILY GRAY KOUDA HIROKI RICHARD DORR EMILY GRAY HIROYUKI WALT FREESE DARRLY TERRY J.R. ORTEGA JASPER TSO LANE WALTER DAVID KRONENGOL LYNN WALTER ERIC BORROWDALE

46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

World Archery Festival President Bruce Cull presents champion Jesse Broadwater with his winning check for $15,000

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2006 VEGAS Championships STATE Bowhunter Freestyle Flights FLIGHT 1 DAVID NELSON OR USA AARON DAVIS CA USA DANIEL UPTON MT USA JOHN HAMILTON WI USA RANDY RAGLIN CA USA KURT GEIST CO USA MICHAEL JENSEN UT USA KERRY BAIRD ID USA ANDREW WETZSTEON AK USA BRET MORAN AZ USA LEE SPLUDE WI USA TOD HAWKINS CA USA JEFF JONES UT USA ROBBIE STOUFFER MN USA BILL TIEFENTHALER MT USA FRANKLIN JONES, JR VA USA BRIAN KIRKSEY CA USA JAY HAYDEN UT USA JEREMY CROWTHER UT USA DWIGHT COPPOCK AL USA MACLAIN LUCK UT USA JUSTIN AHRENS CA USA PAT FINNEY OR USA CARLOS FUNES CA USA MARK WAGES ND USA BRETT RADAJ WI USA MONTE BATES NM USA SCOTT BROWN CO USA MICHAEL WEBSTER MT USA KARL RECKNAGEL OK USA KRIS CHRISTENSEN OR USA JASON ROBISON WA USA CHAD MUUS MT USA MIKE SCHAFF MT USA FLIGHT 2 CORY COLLINS CO USA MARK DYER TX USA HARRY SMOUSE NM USA JULENE HAKL MN USA STEVE JENKINS TX USA CODY SMITH MO USA JODI RYCERZ WI USA JAKE BORAH CO USA JOHN KIRSE MO USA CHRISTINA LOONEY TN USA RAY SHEPHERD UT USA JOHN CRUBEL KS USA DAVID WOLF NM USA ROB SMITH GA USA MONTY SPEAKMAN CO USA SCOTT WEATHERSPOO UT USA DENNIS DAHLKOETTE NE USA BEN ALBRIGHT MO USA SHANE OLEAN SD USA GREGORY ROSA KS USA STEVEN BRYAN IL USA FARRELL SANDQUIST OR USA KIRK TOTH AZ USA JEFF CROOKS OK USA RICHARD HOFKER MN USA JERRY SLAUGH UT USA TIM YEDINAK CA USA JON F. SERIANI CO USA JILL TRIPLETT OH USA KEVIN ADAMS UT USA BOB SHIPMAN IA USA BRUCE BROWN CA USA REGINALD (SHO FABE SD USA KARL SCHLOEMP MI USA JOSE ARAGON NM USA BRIAN TACHIBANA HI USA FLIGHT 3 JOHNNIE ZWEYGARDT CO USA STEVEN OLDHAM VA USA LARRY WYRICK TX USA JOSHUA KENNEDY UT USA PETE KIRKWOOD WY USA BOB HUDSON SASK CAN ERIC DANIEL CA USA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD 892 890 889 889 888 888 888 887 886 886 886 885 885 885 885 884 884 884 884 884 884 883 882 881 881 880 880 878 878 878 877 874 872 868

54 50 56 52 59 44 42 45 53 43 42 53 46 45 44 49 46 46 45 42 42 40 38 50 34 44 40 39 36 33 42 43 38 42

1 $1,000 2 $600 3 $480 4 $385 5 $310 6 $250 7 $200 8 $160 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

880 879 879 878 878 878 878 877 877 877 876 876 876 876 874 874 874 874 873 872 872 872 872 872 871 870 870 869 868 866 866 865 864 864 861 857

45 37 34 44 41 39 31 41 36 33 40 38 37 35 42 38 33 33 34 38 37 36 34 31 34 33 27 29 31 35 29 31 33 30 24 30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

864 864 864 864 863 862 862

36 33 32 24 29 33 32

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

$500 $300 $240 $190 $150 $120 $95 $75 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $350 $200 $160 $130 $100 $70 $60

STATE BECKI CARTRIGHT OH EDUARDO GARCIA JR. CO MIKE WINDEN CO BARBARA LEONARD CA BILL FIRST IN THOMAS LEONARD CA BYRON HUNT KY DERRICK BURFORD NM TOM APPS CO GERALD GARCIA CO SCOTT KNARR NV TOM FOREMAN MI BRENDA DEYERLE MT DAN STEPHENS AZ GEOFFREY STEPHENSO WY VICTOR BERSHINSKY WY RICHARD WILLS MD TUCKER DUKE OK LAURA FRANCESE NY JOHN MARTIN CA NOAH LANGE UT JERALD WOODBURY OR RAY C. MORELAND NM GLENN SEVERSON OR JOE GIVEN CA JON CANNON GA KAREN BUTLER CO JEREMY BEARD NV DUSTIN HALLIBURTON AZ FLIGHT 4 DENNIS HOWELL CO KRISTI PETERSON PA KEN PATRICK AZ DOUG BAUMER CO RICHARD MITCHELL ID ANTHONEY THOMPSO AK DONALD DENIGHT 2 NJ HUGH JOHNSON GA JAMES JACQUOT WY PAUL WOOD CO ERIC PHELPS AZ KEVIN ADAMSON UT JEFF INLOW IA JERRY ROSE CO CHRISTINA DAVIS WA ZACK JONES ID DEBRA SIELOFF FL DAVID SPILLER NY SCOTT TUCKER UT LANCE LUCK UT GIDEON JOLLEY UT DONALD DOWNEN OR ALICIA AMBROZY MI NICOL PETERSON ID JASON HENDERSON KS JAMES WATERS CA DANIELLE JONES UT CINDY ROBERTS IA JOHN NELSON MT JAN SANDER CO DAPHNE ZIMMER TX MARK SKILLRUD MN BILLY GALLEGOS NM JAMES GAINES WV JOHN SMOOT CA FLIGHT 5 KATHY FABER SD JEFFREY FALCONER PA JOEY FARMER TN FRANK HERRERA NM KATHY POTTER MO DAVID WALKER AK PHILIP RICE CO WILLIAM STINSON WA WALT DOHRING WA PAUL JENSEN ND TERRY BREINER CO JOHN TREWEN NM JEFF THORNE WA EARL FRANCISCO NM TIM RICE CO

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA Green USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

862 861 861 860 860 860 860 860 859 858 857 856 856 855 854 854 853 852 852 852 851 851 850 849 847 846 846 846 836

31 8 39 31 35 30 26 24 23 22 22 32 39 29 31 30 23 27 30 23 18 24 23 24 28 24 31 24 24 27

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Idaho USA suffol USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

850 848 846 844 843 842 842 842 840 840 840 839 839 839 839 838 837 837 834 833 833 832 832 831 828 827 826 824 824 819 816 811 808 804 549

27 20 24 21 20 30 22 19 23 20 15 23 18 17 15 28 21 18 28 20 19 24 17 20 18 15 20 21 15 10 22 15 17 22 7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

833 823 822 822 819 817 815 815 813 813 812 811 804 804 804

23 19 25 18 15 15 18 18 21 10 10 12 12 11 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD

CARL HACKER AZ USA 801 PAMELA STINSON WA USA 799 BOB BORGES NM USA 799 BRENDA VAN ORDEN WY USA 796 CYNTHIA MCROY WA USA 789 LAURI SCARSELLA NM USA 789 ANTHONY GARCIA NM USA 782 SALVADOR DURAN AZ USA 776 KC LOWHAM UT USA 775 RICK JONES AZ USA 773 JACK GOON CA USA 770 MICHAEL GALLEGOS NM USA 768 NAOMI WILLIAMS MI USA 766 DENNIS HUTT NE USA 733 RICK FREED ID USA 731 PAMELA JACOBS AK USA 721 MIKE NUSSBAUM CO USA 703 JULIE TANNER CA USA 669 STEVE DICKS IA USA 539 PHIL RIVERA NM USA 251 Championship Barebow FLIGHT 1 TEDDY KIBEL CO USA 839 LEONARD LOFTUS IA USA 838 RICHARD STARK VA USA 837 TOM DALEY CA USA 833 CHUCK SCIACCA CA USA 829 GILBERT WILSON IN USA 829 RICH ECKENBURG CA USA 811 TY PELFREY CA USA 806 DAVID HUGHES TX USA 805 MARK APPLEGATE CA USA 801 JAN SCIACCA CA USA 801 CHARLEY WASHBURN CA USA 782 REBECCA NELSON-HA CA USA 727 RICHARD LUCANGIOLI CO USA 719 CRYSTAL ROSARIO CA USA 718 LEWIS TRAVIS IN USA 714 GARNET MEISHMAN TX USA 712 RHONDA WALL TX USA 707 VICTOR WALTH CO USA 689 EMMETT WOMACK TX USA 670 JAMES BONAR BC CAN 603 JERRY BARR KY USA 576 RONALD WEST JR DC USA 537 DARYL HARRIS CA USA 521 D’ARCE HESS NV USA 427 MICHAEL ORLIC NJ USA 396 CINDY LUCANGIOLI CO USA 309 Championship Bowhunter Freestyle FLIGHT 1 EVAN BAIZE KY USA 899 GRANT SCHLEUSNER WI USA 898 PERRY HARPRING IN USA 898 RICK PETERS MO USA 897 BILL HAKL MN USA 896 TIM GILLINGHAM UT USA 896 SHANE AUMAN AR USA 896 DAVID TAYLOR UT USA 896 BRYAN BEAUCHAMP MT USA 896 STEVE WAGNER CA USA 895 JUDD WATHEN UT USA 895 JAMES PRICE TN USA 894 KEVIN WILKEY UT USA 894 JACK WALLACE OH USA 893 JESSE GIVEN MN USA 893 RICHARD LEFTWICH VA USA 893 RAMIE HAINES WY USA 893 JEFF HUMAN NY USA 892 KENNY SOWELL CO USA 892 JOEY VAUGHN ID USA 892 STEVE LAMKE MN USA 892 DANIEL REED MI USA 892 MARK WAGNER IA USA 892 ROBERT KNIERIEM IN USA 891 DAVID KERG WI USA 891 JASON REED CO USA 891 ERIC KIRSCHLING WI USA 890 SCOTT ERB IL USA 890 DAREK HUEBNER AK USA 890 STEVEN CHRISTIAN MO. USA 889

13 10 9 15 11 11 7 9 11 16 19 9 7 5 5 8 14 3 14 3

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

13 23 16 14 22 16 11 12 14 11 10 8 1 7 5 7 10 2 5 5 5 0 1 0 1 0 1

$1,700 $900 $400 $270 $230 $200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

69 73 65 56 64 64 63 60 57 61 60 67 67 56 56 49 48 64 56 54 53 49 46 59 56 53 62 57 52 51

$2,300 $1,000 $450 $340 $265 $300 $250 $240 $200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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2006 VEGAS SHOOT—CONTINUED STATE RICK COOK IN USA TOM WAGNER NV USA MIKE SCARSELLA NM USA TROY TURNER AZ USA ROB ROMERO CA USA TIM DAVIS WA USA GEORGE WONDER PA USA DAVID SINGLETON OH USA DOUG MOORE AK USA JESSE HUNTINGTON NM USA DANIEL SINGLETON OH USA WAYNE ENDICOTT OR USA TODD HULM AZ USA MARK MACDONALD ND USA KEVIN EVANS BC CAN MIKE LEONARD NM USA BRANDON POWELL CO USA RAY MANFULL KS USA JAMES GIVEN MN USA ROBERT STOCKTON CO USA RAY ALEXANDER WY USA NATHAN TAYLOR TX USA GUY HARRIS OR USA KEITH BROWN NC USA DAVID MILLER AZ USA Championship Freestyle Female FLIGHT 1 DORIS JONES MB CAN CHRISTIE COLIN NY USA TIFFANY REEVES MT USA GINGER MOREHEAD GA USA CONNIE CALLOWAY TN USA HOLLY PAGEL MN USA ERIKA ANSCHUTZ NE USA TINA HUNTZINGER MI USA LINDA OWEN MS USA ALICIA MCHENRY PA USA ROBYN REPP AZ USA DONNA ZEITER MI USA JAMIE VAN NATTA OH USA DIANE DAVIS UT USA GEORGIANNA WITT TX USA KELLY WARD NC USA ASHLEY KAMUF IN USA YUMIKO HONDA TOK JPN BECKY PEARSON AZ USA STEPHANIE GALLAGHE NJ USA CHERYL KEITH KY USA DAWN GROSZKO ALB CAN ERIKA AYA LA BRIE CO USA JAHNA DAVIS MT USA SHELLEY SAXWOLD MI USA SUE BERFIELD NV USA CASSANDRA RAFFAEL TX Brazos SANDIE SWIRLES MI USA AMY REEVES MT USA CAROLINE PATIC SWE ELISSA FALCONER PA USA NANCY ZORN IL USA DIANE WATSON FL USA ANDREA LAMKE MN USA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD 888 887 887 887 886 885 885 884 883 883 883 882 881 880 880 880 879 877 874 866 865 864 856 854 584

43 53 43 40 49 47 40 40 45 43 41 48 39 50 45 32 42 38 38 36 35 37 32 47 28

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899 897 897 897 896 895 894 894 893 892 892 891 891 890 889 889 889 889 888 888 887 887 886 885 884 884 882 881 881 878 878 876 874 873

62 63 60 59 59 60 61 58 61 55 46 54 54 57 54 53 51 47 53 49 54 50 43 42 47 44 39 43 41 41 37 40 30 36

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Derry Null Shooting 3D

16 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

STATE

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD

SAMANTHA CLARK CA USA 870 30 TUNA HAWLEY MN USA 870 30 LISA FENNELL NJ USA 868 32 RHONDA CALHOUN TX USA 868 23 JENNIE RICHARDSON KY USA 866 31 SAMANTHA GOODWIN LUX Luxe 862 35 BAMBI GOLOMBISKY MI USA 861 26 KIM LASSITER NC USA 860 36 KATHY CAUDLE AL USA 857 37 KATHY PINDELL IL USA 853 24 LESLIE HUMBARGER AZ USA 853 21 MELETTA CRAN WI USA 836 21 SATOKO TENJIN HIRO JPN 824 10 ANNETTE COUTTS VC AUS 790 10 LINDA BECK MN USA 529 11 Championship Freestyle Ltd Comp FLIGHT 1 JEFF FABRY CA USA 889 45 RANDY BRABEC CO USA 887 45 CHRIS STAUFFER TX USA 884 39 EMORY BUDZINSKI WI USA 877 39 WILLIAM BOYD IN USA 877 36 CHUCK CAMPBELL IA USA 875 39 RONNIE MIZE MS USA 873 39 RODNEY HUFFMAN MO USA 872 36 BOB BESANCENEY KS USA 868 34 CHARLIE OWENS IN USA 868 23 KEVIN LANE CO USA 866 32 RANDALL WELLINGS QL Austra 865 34 FRANK MOSSER KY USA 857 24 DAVE HRYN NY USA 854 24 GARY HAWKINS MS USA 853 24 CHARLES MAY KY USA 845 22 TIM DRISCOLL CA USA 841 19 ERIC BENNETT AZ USA 837 15 TONY CONQUES, SR LA USA 820 15 RONALD LEWON IA USA 816 16 JOSEPH ROZMUS NC USA 811 17 JAMIE JENNINGS MO USA 577 20 Championship Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Male FLIGHT 1 VIC WUNDERLE FL USA 885 39 RICHARD JOHNSON CT USA 879 40 JAY LYON MAN CAN 872 36 JONAS ANDERSSON SWE 870 29 JOSEPH MC GLYN NY USA 868 26 SHAWN RICE NM USA 867 38 JAY BARRS UT USA 866 32 EDWIN ELIASON UT USA 864 28 SCOTT MC KECHNIE CA USA 863 36 JASON BURKETT PA USA 863 22 WIETSE VAN ALTEN THE The N 858 18 SIMON NEEDHAM ANG SCOT 855 27 TED HOLLAND CO USA 850 32 DON RABSKA CA USA 850 17 PETE CARNEY UT USA 849 28 KATSUHISA SHIMBO TOK JPN 849 24 KENNETH DOWNEY CA USA 841 27 THOMAS GALLIFET TX USA 832 22 MARK MANSFIELD ID USA 830 17 HIROKI KODA HIRO JPN 828 11

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Ladies Recurve Champion, Jennifer Nichols

STATE

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD

GEORGE TEKMITCHOV UT USA 824 13 JEANNOT ROBITAILLE QC CAN 820 10 HIROSHI SHIMIZU TOK JPN 818 12 TED HARDEN AZ USA 818 11 THOMAS J WILLIAMS AK USA 806 11 ANSON TYAU HI USA 802 10 AL LIZZIO NY USA 801 10 JACQUES HINKLE CO USA 771 6 ERIC ROOTVIK WA USA 763 15 TOBY ARMSTRONG LA USA 726 3 JEAN-GUY CARRIER QC CAN 671 7 CHASE ALLEN AZ USA 407 1 Championship Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Female FLIGHT 1 JENNIFER NICHOLS WY USA 867 27 KHATUNA LORIG NJ USA 855 24 ANDREA F. GARNER TX USA 847 24 KATHIE MCCART TX USA 843 20 AMANDA NICHOLS WY USA 842 12 LINDSAY PIAN AZ USA 837 15 JANE MOWBRAY CO USA 832 15 OLGA USHERENKO NJ USA 811 13 JANET BARRS UT USA 800 15 Championship Freestyle Male FLIGHT 1 JESSE BROADWATER MD USA 990 89 DAVE COUSINS ME USA 989 87 CHRIS WHITE WAR ENGL 989 86 SHANE WILLS MD USA 989 85 LEE FORD WY USA 959 76 DUANE PRICE USA 899 81 MICHAEL ANDERSON IA USA 899 81 BOB EYLER MI USA 899 80 JEFF HOPKINS DE USA 899 80 CHANCE BEAUBOUEF TN USA 899 79 RICHARD POTTER MO USA 899 79 DAN QUINTANA CA riversi 899 77 KEVIN POLISH PA USA 899 75 MICHAEL BRADEN TX USA 899 75 MORTEN BOE NETH 899 75 DARRYLL DIEHL VA USA 899 74 ANTHONY CLEM CO USA 899 74 PETER ELZINGA NL NETE 899 73 JAMIE RUS MI USA 899 70 LENNY SIMMONS MD USA 899 69 TONY HARBAUGH ID USA 899 68 DOUG WILLIAMS NY USA 899 68 JOSH HUGHES CA USA 899 67 JOSH SCHAFF MT USA 899 67 SCOTT ROMERO OH USA 899 66 DAVID STEPP JR. AZ USA 899 61 LOGAN WILDE ID USA 899 60 KEN KANE VT USA 898 79 JOHN DUDLEY WI USA 898 78 REO WILDE ID USA 898 78 FORREST CARTER ID USA 898 77 JEFF WARD CO USA 898 76 DARRIN CHRISTENBER IN USA 898 76 RODGER WILLETT VA USA 898 75 CHRIS OOSTERLINCK CA USA 898 74 KEVIN HUTCHINSON OK USA 898 74

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Cub Girl Recurve Champion, Karissa Yamaguchi

STATE KEITH TRAIL NC BEN HOBBS CA MORGAN LUNDIN DAVID ROTH MI DAN MC CARTHY WI STEVE SCOTT MS BRYAN HELLAND MN JEFF ROGERS GA STEVEN STARK VA BRYAN LOVLEY IN MIKE LEWIS VA JEFF BUTTON WI GARY, JR. SMITH OH DOUGLAS MONTELEO NY JACKIE WHITE MO DEJAN SITAR SLO NSHAN THOMPSON MO ROD MENZER WI JASON CARBAUGH PA HUGO BARRIENTOS IA JOHN HEUVEL IV WA PAT DORIGATTI WY NATHAN BROOKS AR BRADEN GELLENTHIE MA MIKE WANN CA WILLIAM PELLEGRINO CO JIMMIE HARGRAVE OK BRANDON REYES IN TROY WESLEY TX THOMAS DALEY CA MIKE BLAIR MO CLINT FREEMAN TAS ROGER HOYLE UT ALLAN GUNTER MAN DIETMAR TRILLUS ON MIKE GERARD UT CABE JOHNSON OR JEREMIAH UPP OH THOMAS WHITE KY RANDY HENDRIX NC DAN MULL MI DENNIS MCHENRY PA DAVID GANSCHOW WI TRENT MAYER CN ERIC OSMONSON IA CHUCK REAGLE PA BILLY MUNSON IL CARL WENK MI RONALD BARNDT MT JOHNNY INGRAM TX LYNN RIGGS AL DARIN COOPER UT KALE HEUTON IA ERIC GRIGGS KY JOHNNY FUTHEY OH BLANE ROSSON OK KELSEY JOHNSON OH RANDY TUCKER CA TIM NOBLE IN JOE KAPP PA GREG POOLE OR

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA 898 USA 898 SWE 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 898 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 sloven 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 USA 897 AUS 897 USA 897 CAN 896 CAN 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 896 CAN 896 USA 896 USA 896 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895 USA 895

73 71 69 68 68 65 65 64 64 62 61 57 76 76 75 74 73 72 72 72 72 71 70 70 69 66 66 61 60 60 59 56 56 72 70 68 66 64 63 63 63 62 62 61 59 58 69 66 65 64 64 64 64 64 62 62 62 62 60 58 57

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

STATE CHARLES MARTIN MO MICHAEL LEITER MD MIKE WILLIAMS IN MARVIN BATLINER IN TROY CALLOWAY TN MICHAEL BARBER NC THOMAS GOMEZ TX JON BREWINGTON BERNIE ORTIZ CA DARRIN MCCUTCHEON MD DARAN COLLINS KS TIPTON COOK TROY CYPRET ID RAY RUNYONS OH JON BACH NJ SCOTT WYMORE II IA FLETCHER CUMMINGS OH BRIAN BOWERS CO MIKE FLIER IL MARK POLING CA ANDY TURNQUIST WY JACKIE NORRIS JR. NC DENNIS HALFHILL PA BENTON CHRISTENSE ID RAY TENBROOK CO MARK PENAZ AZ RYAN FURRER PA DANIEL WILLIAMS PA MIKE SLINKARD OR JEFF MCNAIL UT SCOTT CRAN WI STEVE HUBER MN ARLYN RITSEMA MI DUSTIN BOUNCE OH ED WILSON MAN KEVIN TATARYN MAN JAMES PARK VC CHUCK CUNNINGHAM WI BRUCE WILLIAMS MI RICHARD BUTTNER NV RANDY BARLEY NC JOSHUA DICKERSON MI ROBERT WOLFRAM IL KEVIN BRAYFORD ALB RANDY BALLARD IA TOM PARRISH WA MAGNUS CARLSSON PAT SINAL PA SHANE BUSCHLEN MI BRET YORK CO DUSTIN BISHOP NC MATT BRESSLER PA JEFF ROLLINGS MO JUSTIN NIELSEN ID TIM MALONE ID CHRIS DESTON CT JESSE WALDEN TX ERIC SPRINGER NY MELVIN SHREWSBURY VA ANDREW CALLAWAY WI ERIC LYDEEN MN

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN CAN AUS USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA SWE USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

895 895 895 895 895 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 893 893 893 893 893 893 893 893 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 891 891 891 891 891 891 891 891 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890

57 56 56 55 46 71 71 63 62 61 60 60 60 59 59 57 56 55 53 66 62 59 59 58 57 54 53 63 62 62 60 59 59 56 56 54 54 52 51 48 42 66 58 58 54 49 46 42 40 66 64 63 59 58 58 57 57 55 52 51 50

3-Star Sponsors: Bob Deston—BCY, Dave Gordon—Gordon Enterprises, Ray Browne—BCY

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STATE TRAVIS THOMPSON WI RON FIRESTONE AR JEREMIAH MC CONNE CO RON HARDESTY MI DONNIE MEADOWS VA NOAH LAMBERT MN HIROSHI TANEBE TOK BILL LEWIS NE TROY KNOLL MD ROB LUKE PA DON FRANCE MI TIM LOYNES MI RUSSELL CLARK MI BRIAN THOMPSON OH JEFF BECKA OH DAVE BARNSDALE MI JEFFREY QUINN MN JOSH MILLER WI JOHN RICHIE OH JOHN DOLAN MN JONATHAN PEMBERTO UT RICH FREITAS CA BRIAN TATE VA CHRIS GLASS MI SCOTT STARNS IN COTTY HAYES CO DENNIS CLAUSEN MN WILLIAM BERSHINSKY WY RANDY OWSLEY MO DWIGHT SNODGRASS NV LEIGH CORNISH VC MIKE BOYLE WA JACKIE CAUDLE AL TIM GOODWIN LUX CLINT ZEUG MN JESSE MOREHEAD GA TIM BURNETT CA PATRICK PARSONS TX DAMEON BATES CA DUANE OOTHOUDT MN DAVID HUNTZINGER MI JON RINGER IN JOHN POWERS AZ JUAN J. WEDEL CR CHRIS VAN GERPEN IA MIKE HINDMARSH NC NORMAN MILLER OH KELLY KING TN TOM DRAKE MI LEE VAUGHN MI KEVIN SPENCER WA JASON VANDERBILT MO DOUG SPRINGER NY JAMES GILMORE JR CO ROBERT YOCOM AK BLAKE MOORE CA JESSE B. TELLEZ AZ TROY GROGAN NM BRIAN SIMPSON RUBEN OCHOA JALI DAVE DECLEMENTE NY

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA JPN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA AUS USA USA Luxe USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Costa USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA WV MEX USA

890 890 889 889 889 889 889 889 888 888 888 888 888 888 887 887 887 887 887 887 886 886 886 886 885 885 885 885 885 885 884 884 883 883 883 882 881 881 881 881 880 880 880 878 877 876 875 874 874 871 866 866 846 844 834 829 820 596 595 593 593

47 41 57 47 46 45 43 42 59 54 48 46 45 45 51 50 50 50 49 40 53 53 51 46 71 49 48 44 44 33 46 40 44 40 40 39 46 46 45 43 42 41 40 47 45 37 34 31 29 41 36 29 23 30 14 13 14 40 41 42 34

Future Pro, Logan Hernandez

Archery Magazine February/March 2006 17

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2006 VEGAS SHOOT—CONTINUED STATE JASON BAKER UT USA MIKE DEUPSER CA USA JAMES BUTTS NY USA KYLE KROMER TX USA Championship Senior Freestyle FLIGHT 1 STEVE BOYLAN IL USA KEN DENNING MT USA ED HORN IA USA DAVID BENGSTON CA USA BOB WEBB IN USA ROBERT PETERSEN MD USA DENNIS NEELY CA USA MICHAEL STRASSMAN WI USA DERRY NULL OH USA THOMAS CROWE OR USA DAN RENNER SC USA DONALD SNIPES NV USA RANDALL JONES GA USA GARY MUNSON WV USA JIM BURNS WI USA FRANK PEARSON AZ USA TOM COBLENTZ MD USA ROGER WHEATON CO USA FRANK RUS MI USA JERRY RANKER TX USA NORM NEWMAN OH USA JIM BATH KS USA GLENN CAMPBELL MI USA CHRIS BELING NJ USA PAUL STEPHENS CA USA DEE WILDE ID USA GEORGE DIXON AR USA PHIL MCCOY IN USA ED REICHERT PA USA DAN KOLB WY USA TIMOTHY SMITH AZ USA CHARLES BLANKENSH TN USA FRANK DEGOTT IN USA BEN ROGERS CA USA BARRY VELARDE VA USA CARL HIX CA USA EDWARD UPP OH USA RUSTY MILLS CA USA ROGER THIBAULT MA USA VARTAN MALKASIAN ND USA BILL RUCKER CO USA MALCOLM LOOMIS UT USA STEPHEN HELLAND MN USA BRUCE GREGOIRE ND USA BOB JACOBSEN UT USA JIM THURLOW OR USA JOSEPH STELLA NV USA CURTIS BEVERLY GA USA RANDY SPRAY AZ USA KARL OKITA OR USA RONNIE SMART OK USA BURLEY HALL IN USA RON WEST MD USA LOREN PAGEL MN USA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD 593 581 297 295

24 25 19 12

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898 897 896 895 895 894 894 894 893 893 892 892 892 892 892 891 891 891 891 891 890 889 889 889 889 889 889 888 888 887 886 886 885 885 885 884 883 883 883 883 883 883 881 881 881 880 880 880 879 879 879 879 878 877

67 61 63 56 56 64 60 52 61 54 62 57 53 53 52 60 56 52 49 46 40 61 56 54 51 51 50 46 39 47 53 42 54 46 44 40 52 51 44 43 39 33 45 44 35 56 40 33 45 41 40 38 38 44

$3,600 $1,900 $1,000 $850 $700 $610 $550 $510 $470 $420 $380 $345 $290 $320 $275 $260 $245 $230 $215 $200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

NFAA VP Brian Sheffler and Wife Lorraine

STATE HUBERT SIMS ID MIKE WILSON 00 JOHN COLLINS MT LEROY DUKES OR JIM PICKERING UT CARL SPEAKMAN CO MIKE STANNER NE ROBERT LINCOLN MA GENE LUECK OR RANDY RUTLEDGE IL DENNIS RUMINER CA JOHN CARLSON IA LOU MILANESI WI JULIAN NICHOLSON ID OSCAR SANCHEZ CA AXEL HILLESHEIM WI GEORGE KONG HI JIM HAMILTON AZ DAVID TOWNSEND NY GILBERT ST-LAURENT QC RICHARD ORTH AZ DANIEL OLDFORD CA DON R GIFFORD UT DAVID STEPP AZ BILL ARLEDGE NE LARRY COPELAND OK DON KUDLACEK WA Crossbow Female FLIGHT 1 CAROL PELOSI MD MICHELLE O’DONNELL FL PATRICIA COPLEY WV JEANNETTE PRICE MD Crossbow Male FLIGHT 1 WILLIAM PIMM FL JOE SILVASI NJ TROY BASSHAM TX TERRENCE BUTLER PA STAN PENNYPACKER PA RONALD KRESHESKY PA MICHAEL GOUGH IL Freestyle Flights FLIGHT 1 ROB MORGAN MT NICHOLAS ANNEN ID JUSTIN HOWELL CO BRIAN DORN MN KEVIN SHAW IL JEREMIAH MERKEL OR MIKE JOHNSON UT CORY MONAHAN NY DREW HORTMAN UT BRYAN MCNEELY NY RUSSELL HODNY MN BEAU FAUSETT UT DAVID KEITH KY JASON FOGG UT KELVIN RANNEY MI BRYAN QUICK MO

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA 00 USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

877 876 875 875 875 874 873 872 871 871 870 870 869 863 860 858 848 831 830 830 581 578 566 564 558 545 290

41 45 38 36 26 42 47 35 35 29 36 30 33 33 32 24 22 16 35 22 14 22 12 14 16 7 14

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA USA USA

887 879 872 805

49 41 25 13

$600 $0 $0 $0

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

893 887 866 861 854 839 581

56 53 31 26 24 13 22

$600 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

900 900 899 898 898 898 897 897 897 897 897 896 896 896 896 896

72 66 64 70 69 63 67 63 58 56 56 72 68 60 59 58

1 $1,000 2 $600 3 $480 4 $385 5 $310 6 $250 7 $200 8 $160 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

NFAA President Bruce Cull and family, Jennifer & Elliot

18 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

STATE ZAK KURTZHALS UT TYLER PIERCE SD PAUL TEDFORD MT JON MARQUESS KS SCOTT PRATT MI JOHN LISKA AZ DALE CHAPPLOW CN STEVEN CLANTON GA WILLIAM SIMAS RI HKAI BARAWIS UT ROBERT SHELL OR DARIK BOLLIG AZ CARL BLACK CA JEREMY ELDREDGE UT FLIGHT 2 MATTHEW OLGUIN NM RICHY BURKE KY BEN LOWDER UT RAYMOND SOLOMON CO DANIEL WHITENER GA THOMAS HOOD MO STEPHEN GOODEN SUFF DUSTY POWERS UT KEN PAYNE OR JEFF JOHNSTON WI SONNY DYE WV JAY BENARD UT KENNY BOSCHEE MT MEL BAUMAN CA SHANE HODAPP UT TODD NELSON MN NICHOLAS LESYSHEN ON BENJAMIN TEETS ND LIAM GRIMWOOD EN THOMAS HERMANN WI JASON WINTER WI LUKE ISENHART MO MATT SCALES IL DAVID DREW MO PAT HANSON UT KEVIN PALMER UT CHARLES ROOF NV ROBERT WERTZ PA PETE ROMIG IA HAMID MOTALLEBI MN MARTY HEDBERG ID FLIGHT 3 THOMAS NEALY OR MIKE PESTILLI CT DAN PERRY AK ANDREW WILSON AK BRETT GRAEVE IA SHANNON ANDREWS MO JOEY MC NISH MO PHIL PORTER NE CRAIG TURNBULL CA BLAKE ANDERSON MT WADE NICHOLS AZ SHAUN HIRST UT W. ROBERT EDWARDS IN

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

896 895 895 895 895 895 895 894 892 892 891 891 890 890

56 72 70 67 59 56 52 56 57 53 49 48 53 47

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USA USA USA USA USA USA ENG USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA ENG USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

896 895 895 895 894 894 894 894 894 893 893 893 893 893 893 893 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 891 890 889 889 887 880

61 60 52 51 72 67 58 55 52 61 60 57 55 55 50 47 60 59 58 56 53 52 50 50 48 49 44 49 45 50 56

$800 $500 $400 $300 $235 $185 $150 $120 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

893 893 893 893 893 891 891 890 890 890 889 889 889

56 56 52 51 45 58 53 55 52 51 60 57 53

Champion Men Freestyle

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$700 $400 $355 $265 $210 $165 $135 $110 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

STATE ROGER MEDLEY CO DOUGLAS BEARDSWO NJ BOB MARCINEK PA CURT PETERSON PA JAMES INGLES MI JUDE DALTON UT PAUL BAMBRICK UT HENRY HOUK MO DAVID TERAN NM BEN BLOSSER AZ MARK KAUFFMAN AZ MICHAEL DAURIO CO RONALD ELLIS IN ELMER GLICK PA BRANDON HUNT AZ DUANE BURGESS OR MICHAEL MOWBRAY CO TERRY COLIN NY FLIGHT 4 MARK HANSON AZ JOSH HAWLEY MN GARY SMITH OH TODD MANUEL MA BOB HURST NV GREG BENNER PA GREG REEVES MT SIMON FROGGATT KNO TYLER TENBROOK CO SCOTT MCQUESTION MI MIKE OLSON UT MITCH OSMAN MI DUGIE DENTON MT JEFF WATTS CA TERENCE CLOUGHERT AZ TIM LONG MI DRAGAN PATIC JONEL OKOLISAN NY ZANE HUTTON UT MEL BOWMAN ID MICHAEL HARBIN MI PAT MILLER CA DAN BIESZK MN JORDAN MATHEWSON MA LEIGH BRADLEY SOU JESSE KNIGHT WI STEVEN PORTER ID EDWARD GOLDSMITH RHO BRANDON HARE TX JAKE GOODRICH UT FLIGHT 5 RANDY BROWN OR TODD BUTLER CO MATT SEVERTSON CA STEVE RIESINGER MT RAY VAN ORDEN WY BOB ALT MI TERRY HOWELL CO TIM CONNELL BC JONATHAN MITCHEM VA ALAN RIPKOSKI TX KRIS LAPPALA IA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA Pima USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

889 889 889 889 889 888 888 888 888 888 888 887 886 885 885 885 885 884

53 51 50 48 41 54 54 52 49 48 45 47 52 50 46 43 41 47

USA 891 USA 890 USA 890 USA 889 USA 889 USA 889 USA 888 ENG 888 USA 888 USA 888 USA 887 USA 887 USA 887 USA 886 USA 886 USA 886 SWE 886 USA 886 USA 886 USA 886 USA 885 USA 884 USA 883 USA 883 United 883 USA 883 USA 883 United 882 USA 882 USA 878

41 51 46 57 51 39 53 53 50 45 46 43 39 55 53 52 51 49 45 45 43 35 52 52 47 47 41 53 42 31

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$600 $380 $305 $225 $175 $135 $110 $90 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CN USA USA USA

43 57 50 51 51 49 40 36 56 42 47

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$530 $340 $275 $200 $155 $120 $100 $80 $0 $0 $0

888 887 887 885 885 885 885 885 884 884 883

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Center, Roberta and Steve Sims/Limbsaver

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA

883 883 883 883 882 882 882 882 882 882 882 882 882 882 881 880 875 873 725

46 45 40 39 51 46 43 43 43 40 40 39 38 37 45 45 34 33 23

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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59 33 46 42 41 37 36 42 46 40 43 42 34 43 40 39 101 43 43 41 39 35 43 41 36 41 41 38 33 24

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$465 $300 $240 $175 $130 $100 $85 $70 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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36 42 36 40 38 38 43 40 40 34

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

$410 $265 $215 $155 $115 $90 $75 $30 $30 $0

884 882 882 881 881 880 879 879 879 879

STATE RICK CARDARELLI NY GREG HITCHCOCK ID TOM GONZALEZ AZ BRIAN ARNDT TX BRAD JOHANNESEN NE DAVID YAEGER MT JEFF MURCH CA KIRT DAKEN MT ANDREW ROSLEWICZ NJ RUSS SCHARMAN ID TIM TIBBITS WI KEVIN DEPRIEST CO DAVID PERRY AK MATTHEW POWERS AZ MARK LITZELMAN CO TOM VANGEN ARNIE FARGO WA GORDON MATTIX MI FLIGHT 8 BRIAN TOWNSEND NY MITCH MULL MI MICHEL MATHIEU QC RON BABCOCK OR KEVIN ELDREDGE UT TOM BAYLY NE DEREK EMMETT CA MIKE LAMAR CT DOUG HUNTER OH JONATHAN NOTT EN ROBERT LAFFERY KS TODD TENBRINK MI SCOTT LARKINS AZ ADAM MITCHELL OH TODD MCCULLOUGH PA JACK POELING AZ BOB DAHL MN JERRY HOPPE IL SEAN STEPHENS AZ GUS ESPITIA CA KEN PERRY AK PAUL JAEGER CO CRAIG WAITE IA SCOTT ROADARMEL AK JIM MARTINEZ CA MONIQUE ZEPEDA CA MIKE STEFANINI OH BRENDA COUSINS ME WILLIAM HAYMAKER PA BEN BOWERS UT JIM MOSS OR ASHLEY WALLACE ALB CRAIG SNELLENBERGE IN EDWARD ROMERO NM FLIGHT 9 JUSTIN FOSTER CO HARRY MILLER NJ JOEL DOWNIN PA RICHARD FRYE WI DIANE GALLAGHER NJ PHIL RAGLIN CA PATRICK GALLAGHER NJ

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

879 878 878 878 877 877 877 876 876 875 875 875 874 873 873 873 873 871

30 42 36 31 50 41 35 45 35 38 37 37 34 43 34 33 33 29

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA ENG USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA

869 867 861 879 881 881 880 879 879 878 878 877 877 877 877 877 876 876 876 876 875 875 875 874 874 874 874 873 872 872 872 871 869 864

42 35 37 40 48 35 42 47 38 40 32 48 45 40 40 33 45 40 39 32 45 29 27 44 40 37 34 36 38 33 27 33 35 41

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USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

879 876 876 876 875 875 875

26 51 42 34 41 38 33

9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6

$315 $210 $170 $120 $90 $70 $36

Chris White of Warwickshire, England in championship shoot off

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2006 VEGAS SHOOT—CONTINUED STATE

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JAN HOWELLS RHO United 875 BILL LOFTEN MD USA 875 RYAN EARL CA USA 874 JANE BOGGS NJ USA 874 NATHANAEL BODIE CO USA 874 ROBERT WEBBER IN USA 874 ILENE CAREY ID USA 873 AL SCHUSTER IA USA 873 RYAN PHELPS MI USA 872 GRANT HEIKEN WA USA 872 LAYTON KITE ID USA 872 STEVE DEHART IL USA 871 TOMMY LANGSTON UT USA 871 BILL EDWARDS JR NV USA 871 TODD HORNE OR USA 870 PETE TOMASETTI CA USA 870 ANDREW ROSE RHO United 869 ALLAN GIRVAN NOR IRLA 869 DENNIS LARKIN CT USA 868 ROD MACDONALD ND USA 868 ROBERT VOSNICK VA USA 867 CRYSTAL PARKER WA USA 866 STEVEN GATTO NJ USA 864 PHILLIP ARCHDALE AZ USA 580 FLIGHT 10 JACQUES GILBERT VAR FRA 877 TED ARCHDALE CO USA 874 JOE MARLEY IN USA 873 SCOTT WYMORE IA USA 873 JERRY KUCHENBROD IL USA 873 SAMMIE HULM AZ USA 873 ROY WARNER IL USA 873 RICHARD CALLAWAY WI USA 872 PAUL FINEGAN AZ USA 871 KEVIN HODGINS WA USA 871 GREG EASTON UT USA 871 PAM SEVERTSON CA USA 871 LEE GREGORY TX USA 871 JONATHAN DEJONG CO USA 870 JUSTIN SPEAKMAN CO USA 870 MICHAEL GONZALEZ TX USA 870 CHERYL SMITH OH USA 870 NORM TILLMAN WY USA 870 BRIAN MOSLEY NM USA 869 ROCKY KLINE IN USA 869 JEFF CULLER CA USA 868 MICHAEL OKEEFE CO USA 868 KATHI HUDDLESTON CO USA 868 TOM NAUMAN ID USA 868 BRYCE WICKLIFFE TX USA 866 DAN CONRADT OR USA 866 RYAN KATS IN USA 865 JOE ZAFFT MN USA 863 BRIAN JOHNSON UT USA 860 CHAD WALDRON CO USA 858 FLIGHT 11 ERNESTO BOARDMAN COA MEX 872 JIM PORTER PA USA 871 LUKE LA POINT OR USA 869 DOMINIQUE STAINER VAR FRA 868 BUD AULTMAN WY USA 868 TRACY NEAL NY USA 868 ROBERT ASAY AZ USA 868 GREG ROBBINS UT USA 868 ED FIMBRES AZ USA 868 STEVE SWAEBY CO USA 868 TOM HOPKINS ID USA 867 DAN HUDSON MB CAN 867 RICHARD MATTERN PA USA 867 GARY LINDE CA USA 866 STEVE BEGNAUD CO USA 866 BENTON WETZEL ID USA 866 BENJAMIN BYRD UT USA 865 DANNY BETTIS CA USA 865 LYNNE PHELPS MI USA 864 ANDREW LUDWIG WA USA 863 ROBERT MARLBROUG CA USA 863 ROBIN DEVONO PA USA 862 ALVIN COMER WA USA 861 MATTHEW SCHROEDE MN USA 860 DAVE PALMER NC USA 858 DON KOUNS CA USA 858 ROY BARTON MT USA 857

33 33 40 37 31 26 35 32 37 36 30 39 35 34 41 34 38 26 33 32 41 35 30 22

$36 $36 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

42 36 38 32 31 31 26 40 37 36 33 32 30 34 34 33 30 27 34 33 36 33 29 29 35 34 28 25 31 26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

30 29 37 39 38 36 29 27 26 24 37 29 29 29 29 27 32 31 32 29 28 24 29 23 32 17 24

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$300 $200 $160 $110 $70 $70 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $300 $200 $160 $110 $80 $60 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

20 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

STATE HIROYUKI MAENO HIRO DICK ANDREWS AR PAUL NICHOLLS CA FLIGHT 12 CASEY FRIGETTO CO DAN’L ANSELMO UT ALAN BOYD COU JOSH SANDEN UT JEFF BURNS AZ PATRICK PAGNELLA CA BUTCH O’DONNELL WA DUKE SMITH CO DARROW MILLER CO MARC TEBELIUS ND DAREN COTTLE UT JOHN BOYER CO JODI INGRAM TX CHARLES GORDON AZ WALTER SMITH AZ SCOTT SMITH WI BECKIE SHEPHERD UT BILL CARTRIGHT OH DUANE ELSWORTH MA TIM BALDING CA JOZEF MAKA IL BRENNON CLEARY NJ SALLY DELANGE CO GEORGE BUZINKAI NJ MARK CARLSON WA CASEY LUTH AZ KRISS MICHAUD CA MERRILL MEYER ND DUSTIE RICH NM JEFF HILLESHEIM WI HOWARD MIURA WA FLIGHT 13 JAMES DAVIS MT LYNN PETERSON UT DANIEL CRAFT AZ BRANDON VANTASSEL UT JOHN RIGHTER NE STEVE HICKMAN IL JOAN SCHULTES MI BILL HENSLEY TX LANCE TANCAYO HI CHARLES WILLIAMSON CA LISA SPEAKMAN CO LANE WALTER CO ROBERT THOMPSON MO TIM PORTER MN DOUG PALMER UT KEITH MOLINA AK THOMAS KEHOE WA WELLESLEY MCGOWN COA JEAN HOWELLS RHO VINCE SCHULTES MI DAN PELLICER WA DAN RENNELLS WA HENRY BERTRAM CA ASHLEY VOTRUBA AZ ROBERT SOWELL CO THIERRY CROCQUET CA CLAUDIA CHARLTON PA BOB MCGOVERN VA SHANE WILSON UT DOUGLAS PETTY NV FLIGHT 14 DAVID RICE CO SONYA DECRAMER MN RUSS KAUFMAN MT KEVIN ROY IL LARRY HAYES ID CARL HAINES NJ KEVIN KAISER CA PAUL NEIGEBAUER MN MIKE CARDARELLI NY VLADIMIR KOTECKY BC MICHAEL YOTSKO NJ KAREN DEMARIS OR SHERMAN RUSSELL ID LOU HAVEL NY GEORGE WATSON ID MATT ZURBRICK MI

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD JPN USA USA

856 29 856 27 849 42

USA USA North USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

869 869 868 868 868 867 867 865 865 864 864 863 863 863 863 862 862 861 861 860 860 860 859 859 856 855 854 850 849 848 846

35 27 36 34 31 44 28 37 34 30 28 37 27 27 21 35 17 31 27 28 27 18 31 17 30 27 25 37 25 27 26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

USA 867 USA 866 USA 865 USA 864 USA 864 USA 863 USA 862 USA 862 USA 862 USA 861 USA 860 USA 860 USA 860 USA 859 USA 859 USA 859 USA 859 North 857 United 855 USA 854 USA 854 USA 853 USA 852 USA 850 USA 850 USA 848 USA 846 USA 840 USA 840 USA 832

30 32 23 33 19 26 41 34 23 29 27 26 22 27 26 25 22 24 21 31 23 27 19 24 24 27 24 22 21 15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CN USA USA USA USA USA USA

28 33 20 26 19 24 31 26 25 23 23 22 18 26 25 29

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

861 860 860 858 857 856 855 855 855 855 854 854 854 853 853 852

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $300 $200 $160 $110 $80 $60 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $300 $200 $160 $110 $80 $60 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $300 $200 $160 $110 $80 $60 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

STATE JAY WALK UT HOWARD WARD OR ED HUDDLESTON CO PATRICK PETTENGILL MA FRANCIS SEYMER MD ALBERT PANZETTI MA PEDRO MESTRES LA A SCOTT MEINEKE CO WILLIAM DOMINGO HI BRIAN RANDT MN LAURA POWELL UT MICHAEL NEVEU CA LOUIE CISNEROS CA FELIX MARTIN DEL CA FLIGHT 15 DON BORG UT MAURICE ROSS CA SHANE FRIESEN CN STEVEN RAKAN MI SYLVAN GLICK PA BOB STEELE WY BLAKE FAUSETT UT KEN LOGUE OR KENNETH DEITZ AK DAN SHEPHERD CO AL LIGUORI NJ ROBERT PROVAN ANG ANETTE PEDERSEN USA DOUG FIALA NE JACKI TAYLOR TX JACK KOPYTA MT JOSE HUMBERTO DAVI COA PATRICIA GAUTHIER MI KEVIN KRAMER NV SUSAN MATHIS SC ED MARTEN CO E JAYNE ALFORD AZ GREGORY LIM CA TAMMY HICKS CA LINDA PEMBERTON UT STEVE GASCA AZ CHRISTINE MILLER WI GERALD BUZIKREVICH BC JOE ALLEN NJ TOM HARRING FLIGHT 16 STONEY AMERINE AZ ERIC ACKLEY MI CARLOS DAVILA COA JODI MARTIN WI JANE SOMMERS WA O.J. AVERY JR. NY GARRY BECK AZ NATHAN WHITNEY KS CARL JAMISON NM KENNETH VIVENZIO NH PAUL HANSON CA GEORGE DECOSTA CA DEB MCNAIL UT H. ANGEL FOSTER CA ALFRED J COPPOLA CT RICK ALLISON OK PAUL HUSE NE LUIS NIKKEL GENE QUEEN OR ROGER GRIGGS VT RACHEL GARCIA CO KATHERINE (LA BURN WA CHARLES LAND BC DAVID KRONENGOLD AZ STEVE GUTIERREZ CA KIMBERLY TERRY CA NICHOLAS FISHER AZ BERNADETTE PETRUS NJ CODY BUTTERFIELD UT MIKE STRATMAN CA FLIGHT 17 HIRAM WITHERS CA ROBERT STEDMAN CA CHARLIE SMILEY MO JON GOUDEAU CA ROBERT KORSA PA BEV KOUNS CA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD USA USA USA USA USA USA Repub USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

851 850 850 850 850 848 848 847 847 846 846 844 843 569

29 27 24 22 21 29 24 24 21 24 13 27 22 11

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA SCOT 850 USA USA USA MEX USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CN USA USA

861 859 858 857 855 855 854 854 851 851 851 851 26 850 850 849 849 848 848 848 847 847 847 845 845 844 841 839 838 830

52 31 37 27 23 21 28 24 35 24 24 22

USA USA MEC USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CN USA USA USA USA CN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

856 853 851 851 850 849 848 846 846 846 846 844 843 843 842 841 841 839 837 836 836 834 834 833 833 831 830 826 824 559

24 24 37 20 25 23 27 20 20 17 14 22 18 17 21 22 19 16 20 20 17 20 18 23 16 21 22 21 28 13

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

USA USA USA USA USA USA

848 845 844 844 841 839

19 25 38 22 19 27

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

25 14 23 17 $0 18 17 17 24 22 20 23 21 18 14 14 21 15

$300 $200 $160 $110 $80 $60 $50 $40 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $160 $95 $75 $60 $50 $40 $30 $25 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $160 $95 $75 $60 $50 $40

STATE

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MAL WHITTER RHO United SHARON CALLAWAY WI USA CHRIS ORTLIEB NY USA DUANE POUPARD MI USA BOB MARREEL OR USA SID HAMAR OR USA GERALD HOPPE WI USA PATRICK PETERS AZ Maric SHANE HOUNSHELL AZ USA FRAY GRAY AZ USA ANNIE LANGSTON UT USA HEIDI OLSON UT USA JERRY BRABEC CO USA CHERYL ERICKSON MN USA WILLIAM FOSTER OH USA DON CHIPMAN IA USA SARAH SULLIVAN MI USA DAVID WEISENBERGE CA USA BRADLEY STRUNK NE USA CHRIS JOHANNESEN NE USA JIM LAW/DUP OF 292 CO USA LARRY AABERG WI USA MARSHAL ALLEN ID USA BARBARA SCHMIDT CO USA JEANNE SWAEBY CO USA FLIGHT 18 ERVIN WAGNER IA USA GREG HODGINS WA USA DENNIS ARNESON ID USA BRETT SIMPSON SUFF ENG LUCILLE GALE BC CN BOBBY VARGAS AZ USA DENNIS HERNLEY OR USA JAMES QUICK AZ USA DAVID HICKS CA USA DIANNE LAND BC CN GARRY ALFORD AZ USA RON GONZALES AZ USA SANDRA HAWKINS MS USA SHERRY LANCE MI USA DONALD GALLAGHER CO USA THOMAS DORIGATTI IL USA PEG CALLAGHAN PA USA DAVID B. MARTIN RI USA DARRYL TERRY CA USA GORDON SATO HI USA KAREN BACA-MOYA NM USA MIKE HERNANDEZ CA USA ERIC BOLAN WA USA ALAN ALAIMO NV USA JONATHAN MCCONNE CO USA DAVE HOLMES UT USA BARBARA CARLSON WA USA KYLE JONES UT USA JOE GARY TX USA CLYDE BEARDSWORTH NJ USA FLIGHT 19 DOUG HINSLEY WA USA JERRY MARLEY NV USA FRANK ROOF NV USA TERRY WILLIAMS IN USA GERALD BUSHA AZ USA MICHELLE STAUB PA USA HUBERTUS KRUMM GER GR ANTHONY CALLOW SOU United SUSAN HAYES ID USA THOMAS SAUNDERS NE USA SANTOS GONZALES TX USA JACKIE EARLEY ID USA ROBERT BOURDAGE VA USA CHARLES ANSHUTZ CA USA ALAN KORSA CA USA EVERETT BAIRD LA USA TRACIE ARCHER NE USA CHARLOTTE DUARTE CA USA KAORU SHIMIZU TOK JPN CHIAKI MASAKI HIRO JPN CLAUDE HAMEL QC CAN JAMES BURNS ID USA RICHARD PHILIP BC CN BRUCE LAFLEUR AZ USA BRIAN BOWLIN ID USA HAROLD POORMAN AZ USA

839 839 839 837 837 837 836 835 835 835 834 834 832 832 828 827 826 825 824 823 822 820 819 816 809

23 7 17 8 15 26 24 23 30 28 18 17 20 17 27 20 22 18 20 18 17 14 11 16 23 16 15

845 834 832 832 832 831 831 829 827 827 827 826 825 824 822 821 821 820 818 816 816 813 810 809 808 807 807 805 550 549

24 17 20 19 15 28 26 20 18 15 11 21 16 14 10 19 17 16 18 19 19 14 18 13 9 20 14 10 13 13

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

829 817 817 814 811 810 809 807 806 805 805 804 803 802 800 799 799 799 798 794 790 790 789 789 787 786

22 16 15 16 16 11 16 16 16 14 6 13 19 18 5 16 15 14 7 9 18 4 11 11 10 15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$30 $25 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $160 $95 $75 $60 $50 $40 $30 $25 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $160 $95 $75 $60 $50 $40 $30 $25 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

STATE CLAUDE SAVIGNAC QB ANN HARTFIELD RHO FLIGHT 20 JAN MATOUS BC DARRELL PALMER SD JOAN DRAKE MI ANDRE MERCIER MA RAY ROBISON MT PHIL BAKER CA RITA TRAINER CA JUDY NOVAK AZ JERRRY GRAHAM CA TONY WILSON NV JIM STAUB PA DANIEL ERICKSON MN DONALD STUART MA ROBERT PERGSON CA OSCAR S. HERNANDEZ CA HOWARD HIGGINS AZ BUTCH AULTMAN WY SANDRA MARKS OR TANABE SHIHO ERIN REDDING CA DOUGLAS WOOD CA KARA LARSON UT MELISSA CALAMITY AZ JORDAN CARTER ID JERRY MANHEIMER AZ CHRISTINA WILSON AZ GUILLERMO ARAYA ALAJ LISA O’DONNELL WA TALIA TSOSIE AZ NEIL HORSFALL WES DELMAR WILLIAMS BC ALMENDRA OCHOA Freestyle Limited Flights FLIGHT 1 JIM STANEK WA LONNIE TRIPLETT OH JASON MOORE TX MYKE SANTIAGO CA JEFFREY WYLER IL ROBERT MANZANO CA VINCE HERSCHELL OR BILL BROOKSHIER MO TADATSUGU OTSUKA TOC JOHN HENDRICKS OR MICHAEL GRIGSBY CA DON PREIS CA ALAN PAUL NY JAMES HENDRICKS OR ROBERT ROBINSON IA TIM RANDALL MO DARREL SANDQUIST OR DAVID DENNY WA DARRELL KELSEY OH CODY NEWMAN OR KEITH WOODFIN NM JAY DELANGE CO DOMINIQUE LEDUC CA FLIGHT 2 FARON TEAGUE MO LES STOLTENBERG CA PAUL HERSCHELL OR JAY BOUSHEE NM TERRI BASS TX BIG BIRD CIAK MO JANA HEDBERG ID BRADLEY KILLIP WA ARTHUR BARIBAULT AZ BILL DAVIS OH DAVID ANDERSON IA ROBERT ARTHUR NM CHARLES BLACK AK JOE BERGENHEIER CO HAROLD NEASE AK BETHANY MULL MI GEMMA STYLES CA CHRISTOPHER OLORES HI PETER MASTRO CA JIM BROWN FL GARY JUDD OR TEKO (AKA DEN PHILLI WA

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD CN 780 8 United 768 21

$0 $0

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6 23 13 14 11 11 5 14 7 13 7 10 6 9 8 11 4 7 6 4 3 2 1 28 5 1 5 5 2 12 2 9

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA JPN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

874 869 862 862 856 855 848 847 843 842 841 839 838 837 835 834 823 822 819 816 804 802 566

36 30 27 27 24 20 20 19 23 21 17 20 17 23 17 21 15 19 15 16 11 12 14

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816 815 813 811 805 800 792 791 789 788 787 783 781 763 735 734 730 730 725 725 709 665

22 16 11 15 14 15 7 1 23 8 10 11 5 7 8 7 3 3 5 3 9 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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$400 $240 $190 $150 $120 $95 $75 $50 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

STATE MICHAEL EVOLA CA USA JANICE WALTH CA USA Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Flights FLIGHT 1 AARON TEDFORD MT USA STANLEY CHENG CA USA GUY GERIG NY USA TIMM HINES WA USA MIKE BERGENHEIER PA USA WAYNE FROGGATT KNO ENGL STIG BAKKE USA MALENE JOHANSEN NY USA CHRIS OLSEN AL USA JONATHAN SHALES BUC United FOSTER GORMAN AZ USA KANJI TANAKA TOK JPN LYNN WALTER CO USA MARK BEGGS FL USA STEVEN ROBINSON OH USA ROGER BROWN CA USA THOMAS WESELIS CA USA SHANE JONES CA USA MICHAEL D CROW NE USA ROY BERNAL CA USA AMY OLIVER KNO ENG NIKKI STULL CA USA BENJAMIN HARDYK CA USA ELMER DEGERLUND AK USA THURE STEDT CA USA REBECCA DAWSON NOR UNIT PETER NICHOLS FL USA DEREK TAM CA USA IDO ZADOK RT israel SUSIE SANCHEZ CA USA TRELAINA BORGES CA USA RANDEL TURNER NY USA YOSHIHITO SAITO TOK JPN KOKI INOUE TOK JPN TRACEY ANDERSON RHO United ANDREW FULLER CA USA GINA ROBINSON CA USA KIRK NICHOLSON OH USA FLIGHT 2 MELISSA STONE CA USA ANDREW STINSON TX USA YUMIKO OBA TOK JPN MICHELLE KIDDY KNO ENG DAG BRATLIE USA COURTNEY WALTH CA USA ALF REIDAN MARTINSE USA SAWYER PETERMAN NM USA MOYURU AKAO TOK JPN YUSUKE YAMAMOTO JP JPN WENDY HUGHES WA USA TAKASHI HIDAI NAG JPN BARBARA SCHETTLER CA USA TAKAAKI SHINO TOK JPN KENNETH STEWART CA USA MARGARET LYSZKIEW CA USA COOPER EWING WA USA KATELYN KUCHENBRO TX USA DJ AVANTS CA USA FORREST VANDERBILT CA USA THOER PETERMAN NM USA ROB NICHOLS UK ERIC SCHINDLER CA USA GAVIN HOWELLS RHO United HARUKA WAKAIZUMI TOK JPN ARVID HUNT AZ USA VINCE PRICE MD USA BRANDON HARVEY AZ USA MASAHIRO KANEKO TOK JPN HEATHER WALDRON CO USA SHANE TUCHAWENA AZ USA ANDREA SPEEN AZ USA YOLYNCIA YAZZIE AZ USA KAZUTAKA TSUCHIYA CHIB JPN REYNALDO JIMENEZ DIST MEX JORGE CHAPOY MEX SANDRA NESBITT TYN

SCORE X’SPLACE AWARD 522 6 271 1

$0 $0

853 840 839 832 829 824 823 823 820 818 817 817 813 811 808 806 801 798 797 796 792 790 788 787 787 783 779 776 773 772 772 767 765 765 751 746 745 741

22 18 17 16 13 10 17 14 14 12 12 10 12 12 8 13 8 15 12 11 11 10 11 7 6 7 7 6 8 8 8 7 7 5 5 7 4 9

1 $1,000 2 $600 3 $480 4 $385 5 $310 6 $250 7 $0 8 $150 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

758 756 746 746 745 742 737 731 721 701 698 697 689 686 682 676 672 669 664 655 621 614 610 604 569 568 553 528 519 512 470 454 403 314 286 276 Great

4 15 4 3 3 9 2 8 2 7 9 3 2 4 4 1 3 5 3 3 5 2 2 3 1 3 2 3 2 3 0 4 3 0 1 3 118

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Iowa Pro Am attracts attendance O N J A N U A R Y 1 4 t h A N D 1 5 t h , 4 0 6 A R C H E R S F R O M 2 2 S TAT E S A N D C A N A D A C O M P E T E D F O R O V E R $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 I N P R I Z E M O N E Y A N D AWA R D S ! Sallie Robie won the top female money division taking home the $1,000.00 first prize plus contingency money from the sponsors. Bob Eyler won the top male money division receiving $2,000.00 plus sponsor contingency money. Stephen Boylan won the top senior male money division receiving $425.00 plus contingency money. Perry Harpring won the top money division in bow hunter freestyle receiving $490.00 plus contingency and Robert Besanceney won the male freestyle limited receiving $278.00 plus contingency. The popular venue of the 360 round on Saturday and the 330 round on Sunday gives archery a new look by giving the average archer a second chance to win. This tournament being the first one of the year is held in Mason City, Iowa surrounded by plenty of hotels and an ample supply of fantastic places to eat. Being a central location close to Minneapolis and Des Moines with a Northwest Airlines regional right in Mason City makes this tournament easy

to get to. The tournament has been sold out the last two years, so they are figuring out how to add more shooting lines to make room for everyone to shoot. The unique part of this tournament is the trade show giving the average shooter exposure to the archery manufacturers. This is held in the same building while the tournament is going on. This year’s tournament was only possible because of the generosity of the industry sponsors that have supplied the guaranteed money and the contingency for all of the winners. (PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP) MATHEWS, INC.; (SILVER SPONSORS) HOYT, BOWTECH, COPPER JOHN CORP, SPECIALTY ARCHERY, L.L.C., EASTON TECHNICAL PRODUCTS, DELTA INDUSTRIES AND GOLD TIP. Please support these sponsors with your purchases. The 2007 schedule is January 6th and 7th. Make your plans now! Check the web site for details:www.isaaproam.com

I O WA P R O A M R E S U LT S 2 0 0 6 SAT SUN TTL PLACE F BHFS JODI KATHY F FS SALLY CHERYL JAMIE HOLLY ERIKAAN NANCY BECKY SHELLEY ANDREA KATHY TUNA JULENE F OLY ANN M BHFS PERRY MIKE STEVEN BILL ERIC RAMIE

RYCERZ POTTER

349 301 650 1ST 327 287 614

ROBIE KEITH VANNATTA PAGEL SCHUTZ ZORN PEARSON SAXWOLD LAMKE PINDELL HAWLEY HAKL

359 355 354 351 355 355 354 344 344 347 342 331

BAKKEN

289 259 548 1ST

HARPRING HOLLAND CHRISTIAN HAKL KIRSCHLING HAINES

359 359 357 358 354 354

318 315 316 319 313 310 309 308 299 291 296 304

325 318 320 315 317 316

677 670 670 670 668 665 663 652 643 638 638 635

684 677 677 673 671 670

SAT SUN TTL PLACE $128.00

1ST $1000.00 2ND $216.67 3RD $141.67 4TH $95.83

$64.00

1ST $1,388.89 2ND $490.28 3RD $266.67 4TH $195.83 5TH $137.50 6TH $107.64

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CHAD SCOTT MARK BRETT JON STEVE GRANT IVAN JIM JESSE MARK RICK RAY RICHARD M FS BOB MICHAEL DAVE EVAN MICHAEL TROY JACKIE DAVID SCOTT REO

MAGNUSSEN ERB WAGNER RADAJ PETERS LAMKE SCHLEUSNER MADSON GIVEN GIVEN MACDONALD COOK MANFULL HOFKER

354 353 355 351 355 349 355 350 343 352 343 342 338 338

316 314 310 314 309 311 302 303 310 300 304 303 223 INC

670 6TH $107.64 667 7TH $83.33 665 665 664 660 657 653 653 652 647 645 561 338

EYLER ANDERSON COUSINS BAIZE BRADEN WESLEY WHITE GANSCHOW CRAN WILDE

359 360 360 359 359 359 358 359 358 360

326 324 324 325 325 325 326 324 325 322

685 684 684 684 684 684 684 683 683 682

1ST $2,000.00 2ND $641.67 3RD $543.89 4TH $398.75 4TH $398.75 4TH $398.75 4TH $398.75 5TH $271.95 5TH $271.95 6TH $207.78

SAT SUN TTL PLACE JIMMY SCOTT DUANE LOGAN DARRIN JAMIE TODD TIM DAVE ERIC CARL CHRIS BILLY RICHARD NDY DAVID KEVIN JEFF RICHARD TIM BRANDON ROBERT MIKE DENVER BRYAN

BUTTS STARNES PRICE WILDE CHRISTENBERRY RUS NELSON NOBLE BARNSDALE OSMONDSON WENK OOSTERLINCK MYERS POTTER CALLAWAY KEITH TATARYN DUMKE BURKE GILLINGHAM REYES WOLFRAM WILLIAMS WISCHMEIER LOVELY

360 358 360 359 357 360 357 356 360 359 359 360 359 359 359 358 358 357 357 358 358 352 358 357 357

322 324 321 322 324 320 323 324 319 320 320 318 319 319 319 320 320 321 321 319 319 325 318 319 319

682 682 681 681 681 680 680 680 679 679 679 678 678 678 678 678 678 678 678 677 677 677 676 676 676

6TH 6TH 7TH 7TH 7TH 8TH 8TH 8TH 9TH 9TH 9TH

$207.78 $207.78 $152.78 $152.78 $152.78 $122.22 $122.22 $122.22 $71.30 $71.30 $71.30

I O WA P R O A M R E S U LT S 2 0 0 6 RICK CHUCK JEROL BRIAN KEVIN ALLEN GARY TIPTON ANDY JOHN NSHAN KALE TOM MARVIN JIM SCOTT BRYAN GEORGE JEFF BRIAN SCOTT JEFF MIKE JEFF JOSH DAVE ERIC JUSTIN ED BRAD KEN CLINT NOAH MICHAEL ERIC STEVE FRANK JOHN RICHARD GREG BRUCE WADE TOM GENE DUSTIN DAVID PATRICK ALLAN JEFF DENNIS CHRIS WILLIAM CHARLIE M FSL ROBERT EMORY DUSTIN CHUCK BRUCE TOM KIM FRANK SR M FS STEPHEN ED FRANK FRANK DEE

SAT SUN TTL PLACE 320 676 320 676 322 676 320 675 317 674 356 318 674 318 674 318 674 316 673 319 673 319 673 314 672 312 671 317 671 317 671 315 670 312 669 312 669 315 669 317 669 311 668 313 668 314 668 310 667 312 667 312 666 309 664 309 664 310 664 311 664 313 664 309 663 313 662 303 659 305 659 305 659 309 659 310 658 308 657 306 656 305 653 304 651 305 649 303 648 305 644 293 641 299 637 299 637 301 637 292 632 297 627 302 625 277 592

SAT SUN TTL PLACE 311 665 5TH $40.56 316 665 5TH $40.56 310 654 304 653 307 653 298 652 306 644 298 642 304 635 280 613 256 600

RUGRODEN 356 CUNNINGHAM 356 CHANEY 354 CLARSON 355 HUTCHINSON 357 ROBINSON PECHINSKI 356 COOK 356 TURNQUIST 357 COOPER 354 THOMPSON354 HEUTON 358 DAGIT 359 BATLINER 354 HUTCHINSON 354 WYMORE LL 355 HELLAND 357 RYALS 357 QUINN 354 JACKSON 352 GJESDAHL 357 HEEG 355 FLIER 354 BUTTON 357 MILLER 355 KERG 354 WILL 355 JENSON 355 WILSON 354 EINCK 353 ROBIE 351 ZEUG 354 LAMBERT 349 ANDREWS 356 LYDEEN 354 HUBER 354 RUS 350 DOLAN 348 CALLAWAY 349 HAUGSNESS 350 TRIMBLE 348 HARDEL 347 NEALY 344 GODDARD 345 HEEG 339 DREW 348 DONOVAN 338 ACTIMICHUK 338 WOOD 336 CLAUSEN 340 VAN GERPEN 330 COOPER 323 SMILEY 315 BESANCENEY 344 BUDZINSKI 342 LANDSINGER 340 CAMPBELL 332 CLARSON 336 PAUKOVIC 332 MEESTER 326 MOSSER 324

299 296 295 303 295 291 284 279

643 638 635 635 631 623 610 603

1ST $277.78 2ND $166.67 3RD $55.56 3RD $55.56

BOYLAN HORN PEARSON DEGOTT WILDE

322 317 314 314 317

678 676 669 668 668

1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 4TH

356 359 355 354 351

$425.56 $231.11 $163.33 $105.00 $105.00

JIM BURNS 354 DONALD FROMM 349 MIKE LITTLE 344 STEPHEN HELLAND 349 LARRY DURHAM 346 MICHAEL STRASSMAN354 RANDY RUTLEDGE 338 DAVID MOORE 344 ROD MACDONALD 331 JOHN CARLSON 333 DOUG GRADE 344 SR M FSL DALLAS BRAKERVILLE 312 KEN YEATER 287 A F BHFS CINDY PANSEGRAU 347 MARCIA JONES 328 ANGIE HASSKAMP 305 CINDY ROBERTS 295 CARIE JONAS 295 BETH GAULKE 272 KRISTA BAUM 261 JEAN HOWARD 234 A F BHFSL LINDA BRINK 282 A F FS DORIS JONES 355 JULIE FIERKE 350 LISA OEHLERKING 340 JULIE PRICE 332 SONYA DECRAMER 345 JAN KOSTKA 338 SHARON WADEKAMPER 324 PAULA WILSON 328 A F FS CHRISTINE MILLER 327 SHARON CALLAWAY 333 RENEE POWELL 322 MELETTA CRAN 323 DEBBIE BROWN 304 MARYLOU RUSTAD 327 VICKIE WYMORE 309 AMY LUTHER 283 A F FSL SAMANTHA KLEVER 257 A F OLY JENNIFER BONNEVILLE ERICA STRASSMAN A M BHFS JOHN HAMILTON 353 DOUG ARNESON 348 JEREMY THATCHER 348 B. J. DEATON 351 CALVIN SWANK 350 WADE MCCARTY 349 PAUL HUBBARD 342 DALE DETERMAN 343 TIM SARGENT 336 JEFF INLOW 345 2ND FLIGHT STEVE BRYAN 338 DENNIS DESENS 341 DAVID HARMS 343 BOB SHIPMAN 345 JEFFREY DRAKE 339 TOM BLUMER 341 CRAIG WENNDT 342 PHIL KELLY 335

267 579 1ST 238 525 304 295 273 273 260 236 244 254

$128.00

651 1ST 623 2ND 578 3RD 568 555 508 505 488

251 533 1ST 320 303 306 304 285 292 298 293

675 1ST 653 2ND 646 3RD 636 630 630 622 621

292 284 285 275 294 265 273 274

619 1ST 617 2ND 607 3RD 598 598 592 582 557

230 487 1ST 287 268 555 285 261 546 317 310 309 304 304 304 309 308 311 302

670 1ST 658 2ND 657 3RD 655 654 653 651 651 647 647

305 302 299 297 301 294 292 298

643 1ST 643 2ND 642 3RD 642 640 635 634 633

1ST

SAT SUN TTL PLACE 3RD FLIGHT B.J. VAUGHN 329 MARK TLUSTY 332 MARK HASSEL 330 MIKE LIND 329 BOB MARQUARDT 332 RANDY BEAVER 323 ZACH HARTMAN 324 KEITH NEMEC 326 TRACY JONAS 326 LARRY ROBERTS 320 4TH FLIGHT VINCE STEFANSKI 319 TOMMY KAKOULIAS 310 NATE ALDRICH 308 JAY PETERSON 313 KARL HASSKAMP 313 KEVIN KRAMER 298 MATT HAMILTON 300 JASON NICOLINO 302 DAVID BAUM 283 STEVE ROTHS 269 A M BHFSL RANDY PETERSBURG JOEL GOODMAN 307 DUANE BAUMLER 289 A M FS RANDY TEMPERLEY 354 DON DOMURAT 357 JIM HUNT 354 DREW MOSIER 356 JESE RUGRODEN 354 BRETT GRAVEVE 352 DALE WILSON 353 JONATHAN POWELL 350 JOSH HAWLEY 357 2ND FLIGHT JAY HASS 358 CARY HOLMGREN 348 BRIAN DORN 353 JOHN HEYING 347 PETE ROMIG 351 DAN BIESZK 351 LADON SAMS 354 MARK BROWN 353 STEVE WASHENA 353 DOUG PRUITT 351 BRIAN RANDT 335 3RD FLIGHT JOE DIERKES 352 SEAN YETZ 352 GREG MARSHALL 349 AARON LAMBERG 350 BRETT WOBSCHALL 350 ALEX KINGERY 350 JIM MOSCAETZ 350 DALE GRAVDAL 344 4TH FLIGHT HAMID MOTALLEBI 351 PAT CAINE 349 DAN NAGEL 345 RON KNOELL 349 RANDY BURINGTON 350 TOM BOES 352 FORREST GOODMAN 348 TOM BLOECHL 347 JIM HUTTEL 345 JOSHUA DONTJE 343

301 295 296 295 286 294 290 288 287 289

630 1ST 627 2ND 626 3RD 624 618 617 614 614 613 609

287 290 288 283 279 284 276 259 266 249

606 1ST 600 2ND 596 3RD 596 592 582 576 561 549 518

312 287 599 266 573 252 541 324 318 316 313 315 317 316 318 310

678 1ST 675 2ND 670 3RD 669 669 669 669 668 667

308 318 312 318 313 313 309 310 310 312 328

666 1ST 666 2ND 665 3RD 665 664 664 663 663 663 663 663

309 308 311 310 310 310 309 315

661 1ST 660 2ND 660 3RD 660 660 660 659 659

307 308 311 307 305 302 305 306 308 310

658 1ST 657 2ND 656 3RD 656 655 654 653 653 653 653

1ST

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I O WA P R O A M R E S U LT S 2 0 0 6 5TH FLIGHT MIKE RYAN 349 CARL JOHNSON 343 TIM TIBBITS 341 BEN HESSE 348 ROBERT WEBBER 344 PERRY ERDAHL 351 TOM WILSON 347 KEITH LUBBEN 344 TONY MARINO 340 DAVE BARNHART 339 6TH FLIGHT JEFF WINTER 345 TIM FIERKE 344 DEONE JOHNSON 344 ANTHONYKEIM 344 JAMES METZNER 343 STEVE KLOOS 342 RORY HAMILTON 345 KEVIN UPDIKE 344 TROY BAHLMANN 342 JOSHUA SCHMIDT 341 7TH FLIGHT RON TEUFEL 337 THEODORE JOERDING 345 LARRY MESTAD 340 JEFF MILLER 341 JERRY HOPPE 341 WADE SALZER 340 MATT SCHROEDER 338 CRAIG SNELLENBERGER TODD HULL 333 RANDY GERBER 341 DAN YODER 341 8TH FLIGHT JAMES APFELBECK 335 TERRY THIMESCH 337 JIM PHILP 334 A.MACE VANBLAIRCOM 343 GEORGE HINTON 342 JERRY MILLER 331

302 308 310 302 306 297 301 303 307 308

651 1ST 651 2ND 651 3RD 650 650 648 648 647 647 647

301 302 302 302 302 303 299 300 302 303

646 1ST 646 2ND 646 3RD 646 645 645 644 644 644 644

306 298 302 300 299 300 302 342 306 296 296

643 643 642 641 640 640 640 297 639 637 637

300 297 300 290 290 301

635 1ST 634 2ND 634 3RD 633 632 632

1ST 2ND 3RD

639

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PAULRUPAR 330 CRAIG WAITE 333 TRENT TEETS 341 TIM ROOF 327 9TH FLIGHT SCOTTY PARMELY 330 JOSH JACOBSEN 341 TELO EBERT 328 MIKE SCHNORR 335 SCOTT WYMORE SR 331 RONNIE STAFNE 329 MARK HUNTSMAN 328 ALLEN PETERSON 338 10TH FLIGHT JOE ZAFFT 323 TIM PORTER 321 CHRIS PUFPAFF 330 JERRY KRAMER 324 JOE BALLEWEG 318 JOHN SHAPPELL 321 ROD OLIVER 307 RAYNEAL MCKIM 277 RANDY OWSLEY 347 BILL SELLERS 324 JOHN NUPP 324 JASON MALLO 305 A M FSL GREG GAULKE 312 ALAN KLEVER 327 STEVE PLEIN 289 ROBERT ROBINSON 283 KURTIS KRAMER 271 A M OLY VANCE PATRILLA 313 MATT PATRILLA 287 HANE HAMILTON C F FS KELLY DOLAN 339 ALYSA OSMONDSON 236 C F FSL MACY HUTCHINSON 228 C M FS NATE BUSCHER 360 JADE OAKLAND 339 WYATT HASSEL 328 BRADY CLARSON 322 DARIAN BANGERT 302 JACOB STRAIT 261 CONNER TLUSTY 263 AVERY HUBBARD 237 WILLIAM RIENCHELD 213 C M FSL ZACHARY PRICE 316 JOSEPH PRICE 240 COLIN HUBBARD 256 SR F BHFS MARY NEMEC WOOD336 BARB SHARP 315 SR F FS MAGGIE ALEXANDER 322 KAROL VANDERLOO 310 SR M BHFS RUSSELL WOOD 341 JIM BORG 331 EARL GOODMAN 328 ROY HOWARD 322 BRUCE HANSEN 318 GARY KOSTKA 307

302 294 285 299

632 627 626 626

295 284 296 287 290 292 293 281

625 1ST 625 2ND 624 3RD 622 621 621 621 619

291 292 281 285 286 278 279 246 0 0 0 0

614 1ST 613 2ND 611 3RD 609 604 599 586 523 347 324 324 305

295 278 268 246 244

607 1ST 605 2ND 557 529 515

267 580 1ST 258 545 282 258 540 301 640 1ST 249 485 200 428 1ST 324 298 280 275 285 280 256 181 193

684 1ST 637 2ND 608 3RD 597 587 541 519 418 406

292 608 1ST 250 490 215 471 298 634 1ST 290 605 291 613 1ST 297 607 296 306 301 292 287 263

637TIE 1ST 637TIE 2ND 629 3RD 614 605 570

RAY JONES 292 SR M BHFSL KEN SHARP 308 SR M FS BOB NESSETT 352 RON PAYNE 346 RICHARD ORTH 342 SCOTT SMITH 348 LOREN PAGEL 340 GARY THORSON 336 MEL MILLER 338 2ND FLIGHT ROGER BAKKEN 337 AL SCHUSTER 335 CHARLES STARNES 334 DON CHIPMAN 332 NORM SWANK 332 LARRY DURST 340 TOMMY THOMPSON337 ED MARTEN 330 SR M FSL RON MOSCHETZ 306 DICK STREAM 318 Y F FS ERICA MOSCHETZ 333 BRIANNA HUBER 308 ERIN DAY 301 Y M FS STUART JENSEN 334 JOHN DOLAN 334 JOSHUA LUBBEN 328 TAYLOR SELLERS 325 SAM ZAFFT 326 2ND FLIGHT TYLER STRAIT 332 ETHAN HUBBARD 314 TAYLOR BANGERT 297 MATTHEW PRICE 299 RYAN SAMS 269 YA F FS JESSICA HEEG 340 MACAELA PARMELY 300 KATIE VOSS 282 YA M FS JOE DETERMAN 357 TAD DONTJE 351 RICHARD FRYE 354 BEN TEETS 353 ANTHONYSCHMIDT 350 CORY PETERSON 353 RYAN DAY 343 2ND FLIGHT JACK MARSHALL 339 DUSTIN ECKES 347 MICHAEL WEST 340 ADAM NUPP 341 CHRIS HESSE 335 JAY KLOOS 314 ROSS PAYNE 317 3RD FLIGHT DEVON LITTLE 316 THAD REINCHIELD 318 DEREK BENDICKSON 289 TYLER HECK 286 CHARLIE WARD 277 DANIEL PREINER 258

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267 559 277 585 1ST 311 312 307 296 303 304 300

663 1ST 658 2ND 649 3RD 644 643 640 638

301 295 293 294 293 284 282 285

638 1ST 630 2ND 627 3RD 626 625 624 619 615

276 582 1ST 257 575 296 629 1ST 268 576 259 560 298 294 288 285 282

632 1ST 628 2ND 616 3RD 610 608

262 269 274 264 230

594 1ST 583 2ND 571 3RD 563 499

300 640 1ST 272 572 227 509 311 314 309 308 308 304 310

668 1ST 665 2ND 663 3RD 661 658 657 653

306 296 303 293 294 297 291

645 1ST 643 2ND 643 3RD 634 629 611 608

287 284 276 271 255 249

603 1ST 602 2ND 565 3RD 557 532 507

TED NUGENT APPOINTED AMBASSADOR FOR BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS AND PASS IT ON MENTOR PROGRAM Big Brothers Big Sisters, in partnership with the Pass It On Texas Outdoor Mentors Program, is proud to appoint American sporting legend Ted Nugent as Ambassador and Director of Youth Hunting. In his role as Ambassador, Mr. Nugent will help promote the highl y successful programs, which match children with qualified adult mentors. Within Pass It On, mentors and kids alike share a particular interest in our outdoor heritage, with an emphasis on the understanding, protection and restoration of our natural ecosystems. “Speaking from personal experience, the mesmerizing, stimulating natural relationship with God’s mystical creatures, and nature overall, will always guide a young person on the True North compass setting,” stated Nugent. “The tooth, fang and claw dynamic provides the ultimate attention-getter, challenge and quest for personal excellence that a youngster could ever dream of. The discipline I’ve learned in the hunting and shooting sports lifestyle will provide the utmost quality of life for any child, as it does for me.”

Pass It On, Big Brothers Big Sisters’ outdoor mentoring program, was launched in 2000, when Steve Williams, then secretary of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and now director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas to promote outdoor mentoring. Children involved in the program who engage in shooting and hunting activities receive hands-on training in safety as required by BBBS and state wildlife agency regulations. The majority of those introduced to traditional outdoor sports by a mentor continue to participate in those sports. Founded in 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters is the preeminent youth mentoring program in the United States Enriching, encouraging and empowering youngsters to reach their highest potential through safe, positive mentoring relationships is the agency’s mission. BBBS fulfills this mission through a professional staff that works with both volunteers and children to ensure a dynamic, fulfilling, memorable and fun experience.

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www.tnkfk.comwww.tnkfk.comwww.tnkfk.comwww.tnkfk.comwIn 1989, we created our beloved TED NUGENT KAMP FOR KIDS as a nonprofit 501C3 charity to attract American children into that higher level of awareness that is the discipline of the shooting sports and an outdoor lifestyle that I, and so many families, celebrate and cherish daily. With my xploding and xpanding responsibilities increasing over the years, The TNKFK Board of Directors is reviewing how best to move the TNKFK dream forward for maximum upgrade. We are excited and look forward to continuing our hard work and efforts in 2007, as we forge ahead with our success of getting kids away from drugs, alcohol, tobacco, gangs, crime, and the zombie world of

videogame disconnect that has been such a negative force on their lives. We have seen how genuinely moved the kids and their families are following each session of our Kamps for the last 17 years now. The growth and prognosis is clearly a win win for the kids, their families and friends, and ultimately for the future of conservation and constitutional rights in America. We sincerely thank all the generous volunteers and donators to TNKFK. Weâ�TMll see ya next year! God bless America and Godspeed the kids.

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—Ted Nugent and the Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids Board of Directors and Staff Archery Magazine February/March 2006 25


by Ted Nugent simple recipe health food Based on the continued deluge of correspondence that Shemane and I receive from readers of our “KILL IT & GRILL IT” cookbook, there is apparently a wonderful wave of diet upgrade taking place across America and beyond. Whew! Now that’s good news for anybody paying attention to the deathmarch of self-inflicted junkfood goofiness that is killing Americans at record numbers out there. Between the insanity of obesity, unprecedented numbers of diabetes-2, and untold heart disease and assorted stupid-food health problems, I’d say it’s about time people started showing some responsible choices out there. I mean after all, the universal, longrunning evidence proving the pandemic of life threatening conditions due to the gluttony of chemicalladen processed foods has brought America to her once strong knees. Bad diet is the nation’s leading cause of death today. Alert!! PopTarts aint food! Yikes! Upgrade is good. I seek it constantly and find it often. In fact, the prime impetus for overall quality of life upgrade certainly must begin with the choice of fuel we feed our sacred temple. From quality food comes quality of life, which enhances our capability to pursue more progressive ideas in every aspect of life. It’s like a huge positively charged runaway snowball of higher awareness. I’m a big

Ted and his grandson Jack bring home the perfect food—Venison!

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fan. Enter protein on the hoof. The perfect food. Venison. Wildgame. Purity. Perfection. God’s gift of ultimate renewable sustenance. I’m telling you, you cannot go wrong with this stuff. The higher level of awareness that must go into each hunt awakens us to many other needs for thoughtful clarity. For if we stumble in the woods, we will be forced to buy some feathered salmonella bombs, and that aint good for anybody. My idea of a freerange chicken would have to include some free range. Hold the chicken, unless of course he came here from China and explodes all gaudy out of a sea of wild weeds and prairie grasses and cattails. Sacred flesh fit for a king, and seeing as how I’m king of my castle, pheasant is served fresh on the BBQ grill often at camp Nuge. Now take that pheasant, or quail, grouse, squirrel, woodcock, rabbit, moose, deer, bear, turkey, elk, caribou, cougar, antelope, kudu, warthog or any other splendid game critter you so happen to fortunately bring to bag, and let’s get it on, shall we? It really doesn’t matter one twither what kind of creature we use for this basic preparation, for as long as you have fun in the pursuit, kill it with spirit and keep the flesh clean and cold, the foundation for this recipe is gonna be A1, I assure you. Though aging is good for all but the bear and porcine haunches, it isn’t all that necessary anyway. But clean and cold always is. Over a good bed of natural wood or charcoal coals, on a clean grill place your meat a few inches above the heat. Basting lightly with a garlic butter and seasoning goop made up of garlic pepper, garlic salt, cilantro, parsley flakes and some Cajun gris gris thrown in, let the slabs singe till golden brown with

a hint of blackened grill tattoos. In a handmade trough of double heavy duty aluminum foil, melt a stick of butter, diced onions, garlic, tomatoes, more garlic salt and pepper, more cilantro and parsley, and stir around a wad of sliced potatoes and red and green and orange peppers till all these veggies are coated nicely with the aromatic, flaky goo. Keep it sizzling over the coals sealed best you can. Take the singed meat and slice it into bite sized morsels and add it to the simmering cocktail of sensual delight within the smoldering aluminum package. Go ahead and add another stick of butter and a splash of your favorite white wine if you dare, reseal and let it bubble and throttle for another thirty to forty-five minutes. Be sure you’re surrounded by people you love and enjoy being with. This is just too good not to share with special people. The way I’ve got it down, from firestart to chowtime is only about one hour. And what a grand one hour around the life giving firepit it is, my friends. However, no matter how much fun the hunt itself may have certainly been, and no matter how salivating the cooking pleasure, it is indeed this next hour with family and friends that is truly the payoff. And don’t serve this stewy, goulashy thing on a regular old plate. Be sure it is served in a deep dish or even a large shallow bowl, because though each bite is an orgy for the palate, it’s the soupy glop that you will die for. And I know, I know, I know, all that butter scares most people, but I’m here to tell you, at 56 years of age, my heart and cholesterol is much like that of a young, angry tiger. As long as we don’t poison ourselves with tobacco, drugs or other poisonous chemicals, get a reasonable amount of decent exercise, these kinds of meals will fuel your mind, body and soul with nothing but positive forces. And your taste buds will never settle for prefab garbage again. Go wild and go often. Order Ted and Shemane’s “KILL IT & GRILL IT” autographed for everyone in your life you think could use some upgrade at tednugent.com or 800-3434868. Archery Magazine February/March 2006 27


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BIG SKY OPEN The coordinators of the Big Sky Open proudly announces plans for two, yes two, Big Sky Open tournaments for 2006! The first, is the 25th annual Big Sky Open to be held in Grand Junction, Colorado on June 9, 10 and 11 at the DoubleTree Hotel. Actually, it is the same place it has been held since taking the tournament to Grand Junction in 1984, it’s just the hotel keeps changing its name.

Major sponsor s are Sportsmans Warehouse, Mathews, Inc., Martin Archey, while Hoyt, Rocky Mountain Bowstrings, Specialty Archery Products, Easton Technology, Gold Tip, Jake’s Archery, the DoubleTree Hotel, the Oasis, Virgin River and CasaBlanca Hotels, and The US Archer magazine are helping to Co-Sponsor the tournaments. Our thanks to all who are helping to make these fine tournaments possible for all the participating archers and spectators.

The second is what we hope will be a long running tournament, the first annual Big Sky Open tournament in Mesquite, Nevada slated for November 3, 4 and 5 and hosted by the Oasis, Virgin River and CasaBlanca Hotels.

Both weekends are going to be fun as we are planning some really cool things for the enjoyment of everyone. So make you plans, pack your bags, and come to Grand Junction and Mesquite for two very great weekends!

Both tournaments will have the “GoForIt” clay pigeon team events plus regular competition on the colored targets for prize money. The “best of the best” will receive an added bonus check if he or she wins both tournaments, concluding, of course in Mesquite. Both tournaments are NFAA Pro-Sanctioned.

For more information, call 970-243-1319 or check the Colorado State Archery Association website, the Sportsmans Warehouse website, the NFAA Archery magazine or the US Archer magazine for registration forms and more details.

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OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FORM WAF Stanislawski Open 2006

April 21-23, 2006 – David Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA

Last Name ______________________ First Name ____________________

Male

Female

Address ___________________________ City ________________ State ____ Zip _____________ Country __________ Social Security # _______________________ E-Mail _________________________ Check here if you require wheelchair accommodations CHAMPIONSHIP

FLIGHTS

YOUTH

$200

$75

$50

$225

$75

$65

Pre-Registration Fee (before 04/10/06) Late Registration

(after 04/10/06)

Extra Show Badges: _______$3.00 ea All Entry Fees Include Admission to the Tournament Hall and Trade Show (Everyone entering the hall must have a badge) Admission badge price at tournament $5.00 CHAMPIONSHIP _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Bowhunter Freestyle Freestyle Limited Compound Senior Freestyle Barebow

FLIGHTS DIVISIONS _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Bowhunter Freestyle Freestyle Limited Compound Crossbow

YOUTH DIVISIONS

Please select one age division and one equipment division _____ Cub (under 12 yrs.) _____ Freestyle _____ Freestyle Limited Recurve _____ Youth (12-14 yrs) _____ Young Adult (15-17 yrs) _____ Freestyle Limited Compound For equipment division descriptions, see www.fieldarchery.com-field archery-styles/rules

***************************************************************************************************************** Adult and Young Adult archers (15 and older) shoot 4 ends each at 40 yards, 50 yards and 60 yards. Youth archers (12 – 14) shoot 4 ends each at 30 yards, 40 yards and 50 yards. Cub archers (under 12) shoot 4 ends each at 10 yards, 20 yards and 30 yards.

***************************************************************************************************************** Please use one entry form for each archer

Make checks payable to: "World Archery Festival" mail with your entry to NFAA/World Archery Festival, 31407 Outer I-10, Redlands, CA 92373 Register by phone or fax with credit card (909) 794-2133 fax (909) 794-8512. Register on line at www.fieldarchery.com Visa MasterCard Amex Credit Card # _____________________________________ Exp Date ________ Amount $________________ Signature ________________________________ Phone ___________________

For information about the WAF Archery Trade Show, call 800-811-2331 ext 101

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nfaa

HEADQUARTERS

report

2006 NFAA CONSTITUION, BY-LAWS AND POLICY CHANGES EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2006

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constitution

• Page 15, Article V, Section E, Paragraph 2. Delete Paragraph 2 regarding term limits for the President and Vice President. • Pages 16 and 20: Para 5.2 Any Director, Councilman, Officer, the NFAA Bowhunting Administrative Chairman, or the NFAA Pro Chairman may introduce an amendment to the Constitution and By-Laws if submitted in writing (via fax, e-mail or postal mail) to the NFAA Headquarters by September 30th. Verification of receipt is the responsibility of the sender. • Page 20 Para 4. Agenda items originating from Sectional meetings and intended for action at the board of directors meeting will be submitted in writing (via fax, e-mail, or postal mail) to the NFAA Headquarters by September 30th.

by-laws

• Page 28, Article II, Section A, Paragraph 6. Add new Subparagraph 6.9 regarding maximum crossbow arrow shaft diameter: 6.9 Maximum diameter of arrow shaft is 8.33mm or 21/64 inches. • Page 28, Article II, Section A, Paragraph 6.7. Add to Paragraph 6.7 regarding crossbow sights: The sighting system shall have no more nor less than two separate open or dioptre (aperture) sight units. The maximum distance from front sight to rear sight shall be 720mm measured between the sighting elements. The length of the front sight tube may not exceed 60mm, and the length of the rear sight unit may not exceed 150mm inclusive of antiglare tube and eye-shield (if fitted). • Page 29, Article II, Section B, Paragraph 1. Rewrite Subparagraph 1.1 regarding Barebow Equipment Rules to read: 1.1 String will be one consistent color of the archer’s choice. The center serving on the string will be served with any material suitable to use. • Page 31, Article II, Section H. Add new Paragraph 14 regarding Traditional Equipment Rules: 14. During a round no adjustments may be made to the bow and/or its related equipment unless equip32 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

ment failure is recognized. • Page 32, Article II, Section K, Paragraph 9. Add following Subparagraphs to Paragraph 9, regarding Crossbow Equipment Rules: 9.1 A track cover may be used to keep the track dry. 9.2 All clothing shall be loose fitting and shall not give support to any part of the body. A track suit may be worn. 9.3 The use of personal stereo or radio equipment for music or self-coaching is not permitted while on the shooting line in competition (or official practice). 9.4 A competitor may wear a maximum of two belts, one firm fitting to support clothing and a second loose fitting to support a quiver. 9.5 Following items are not allowed: 1) Pistol Crossbows. 2) Electronic Equipment or Components while on the shooting line except as specifically otherwise listed. 3) Compound prods and prod assemblies with mechanical moving parts. 4) Attachments designed to guide the string along the track/stock. 5) Slings or Straps to steady the Crossbow. 6) Magnifying Sights. 7) Micro-hole lenses, similar devices, or marks in prescription eye wear. 8) Corrective Lenses as part of the Crossbow. 9) Vertical Crossbows (vertically mounted prod assemblies). 10) Special shooting gloves. 9.6 The wearing of finger protection for spanning the Crossbow is permitted, but must be removed during the act of shooting. • Page 34, Article III, Section D, Paragraph 1.4. Rewrite Paragraph 1.4 to read: 1.4. The Professional Division will invite the top three finishers from National, Sectional and State competition from the Freestyle and Freestyle Limited styles of shooting to join the Professional Division at no charge for the first year. Any archer who qualifies will be given a “Certificate of Invitation” as an addition to their award during said events. This certificate will be valid for one year from the issued date. If the archer remains a member of the Professional Division after the first year, he/she will be responsible to pay the annual Professional dues. The archer may return to the non-professional division after the first year, with no delay, provided he/she has not earned money in excess

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of $300 at NFAA sanctioned shoots within the past 12 months. Page 35, Article III, Section D, Paragraph 3. Delete Subparagraph 3.2 regarding mandatory dress code for NFAA Professionals. Page 40, Article IV, Section A, Paragraph 1.1. Delete last sentence of Paragraph 1, and add new Subparagraph 1.1. 1.1 The selected host and the NFAA Director of the host’s state will be notified of acceptance of the bid within 30 days of the Council’s decision. This notification will include a contract sent to the accepted host. The contract, signed by the host, must be returned to NFAA Headquarters within 60 days. If no contract is received within 60 days, the NFAA Council will consider other bids for the tournament. Page 43, Article IV, Section G, Paragraph 2, Remove “Master Senior” from Professional division. Page 44, Article IV, Section H. Add new Paragraph 14. 14. A disabled archer shooting from a chair or wheelchair will place the chair legs or wheels straddling the distance marker or shooting line. Page 45, Section IV, Section H. Rewrite Paragraph 9 to read: 9. In case of inclement weather, the tournament shall continue unless the range has become unsafe as determined by the Tournament Chairman or appointed Tournament Officials. Unsafe conditions shall be called if lightning is within the vicinity of the tournament facility. A pre-determined signal will be sounded to halt competition. An archer leaving the range without approval shall be subject to the requirements of Article IV. H. 6. Page 45, Article IV, Section H. Add new Paragraph 13. 13. The targets at all official NFAA outdoor rounds must be shot in numerical sequence. Archers are not allowed to intentionally skip a target(s) and return later to shoot the skipped target(s). Any intentionally skipped target(s) may not be re-shot and shall be scored as zero. Page 45, Article IV, Section I, Paragraph 3. Revise Paragraph 3 to read: 3. The target group, which generally consists of four archers, will select a score caller, two scorekeepers, and a target captain. The target captain shall be the judge of disputed arrows on his/her target. In the case of a group of three archers, a scorekeeper will also be the target captain. When a captain’s arrows are in question, the majority of the group shall decide the status of the target captain’s arrows. When a line judge has been appointed by the tournament director and an appeal is made to the line judge, the line judge’s call will be final. Page 51, Article VI, Section D, Paragraph 2.1: Change wording of “bonus X ring” to “bonus X dot”. Page 53, Article VI, Section G, Paragraph 2.1: Change to read: The area between the “hide and hair” line to the outside of the carcass is considered a non-scoring area. Page 56, Article VI, Section I, Paragraph 4.1. Add second sentence to Paragraph 4.1: A disabled archer shooting from a chair or wheelchair

will place the chair legs or wheels straddling the distance marker or shooting line. • Page 76, Article XII, Section E. Rewrite Section E to read: E. Bowfisher Program and Awards: 1. NFAA Bowfisher of the Year. This program would have six winners. The largest fish in each of the six categories would determine these winners. These species would be shark, carp, gar and ray, pike and tilapia Rules are as follows: 1.1 Must be a member of NFAA. 1.2 There will be six awards. One for shark, gar, carp and ray. 1.3 There will be no charge for entering a fish. 1.4 Entry deadline will be December 31. 1.5 The entrant will furnish NFAA with a picture of the fish next to a measurable object and a signed affidavit by two witnesses stating that they were present at the time of the weighing. Winners will be determined by weight. 1.6 All entries will be inspected by the NFAA to determine the winner. The winners will be notified by postal mail or e-mail. 1.7 The winners will receive an engraved plaque. 1.8 Application shall be available from Headquarters and sectional officers of the NFAA in charge of bowhunting. 2. NFAA Bowfisher Records. This is a program whereby NFAA keeps records of who holds the distinction of having taken the biggest fish of any certain species by means of bow and arrow. Rules are as follows: 2.1 Must be a member of NFAA. 2.2 There will be no charge for entering a fish. 2.3 These records will stand for one year, at which time the NFAA will review all entries and make all necessary changes to update the records list. If no records are beaten, they remain on the list for the next year. These changes will be done by the NFAA Bowhunting and Conservation Committee. 2.4 The NFAA Bowhunting and Conservation Comcontinued on page 34

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mittee will review submissions of fish received during the prior calendar year no later than January 31st. 2.5 The entrant must furnish NFAA with a picture of the fish next to a measurable object, and a signed affidavit by two witnesses stating that they were present at the time of weighing. 2.6 New entrants that make the top ten list will receive a certificate. 3. Patch Program: This program will consist of two different types of patches. One type of patch will be a regular shoulder patch denoting that you are an NFAA Bowfisher. The second patch will be a bar type patch that denotes the type of fish you have taken. • Page 76, Article XII, Section F. Rewrite Section F to read: F. Diamond Buck Award: 1. The Diamond Buck Award will be given for the largest example in two separate categories (typical and non-typical) of mule deer, pacific hybrid, coues deer, whitetail deer and blacktail deer, based on antler measurements. The antlers must be scored by Pope and Young Club or Boone and Crockett methods, and verified by one of these club’s official measurers. Applications shall be available from NFAA Headquarters, and from sectional bowhunter directors officers of the NFAA in charge of bowhunting and conservation. 2. The Diamond Buck Award will be limited to NFAA members in good standing at time of harvest. 3. Entry deadline will be December 31st of the year of harvest. • Page 76, Article XII, Section G, Paragraph 1. Change the first 34 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

sentence of Paragraph 1 to read: 1. In the event an application is disapproved the hunter has the right to petition the NFAA Bowhunting and Conservation Committee Administrative Chairman. [Rest of paragraph unchanged.]

policy section

• Page 86. Add second paragraph to “2002.” Entire item now reads: 2002: Outdoor National Tournament The preferred format for the Outdoor National Tournament shall be five days, Monday through Friday, with flights determined after the second day. Where an acceptable five day host club bid is not available, the NFAA Council will consider a host for a three day format, with flights determined after the first day.

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Effective 2008: The Outdoor National Tournament will be a 3/5 day format, Wednesday through Sunday. Rounds will be Field, Hunter, Animal, Field, Hunter, in that order. Five-day shooters will shoot all five days, and count only their better Field and better Hunter Round scores. Three-day shooters may register for first three, middle three, or last three days. Archers must register for the days they will shoot. Page 86. Under 2003: The Certified Instructor Program ...., “Requirements for Master Coach Level course:” (on Page 87) change fifth sentence to read: “Students must be Advanced Certified Instructors.” Page 89. Course approval, Paragraph 10: Distance on either side of a target to be free from archers shall range from 15 to 30 degrees from the shooting position (depending upon conditions and length of the shot). Page 92. 2006: At National and Sectional Outdoor Tournaments, spectators may be allowed with a shooting group at the pleasure and permission of the entire group. Page 92. 2006: It should be understood that effective 2006, it will be the NFAA’s policy that at any NFAA hosted Championship Tournament, NFAA rules and only NFAA rules and styles will be recognized. This means no separate score cards or targets for other countries or organizations, or scoring methods will be allowed or recognized. Page 97, Appendix 4. In the third column of table (ANIMAL ROUND MAX-MIN YARDS), change “60-45” to “65-40” four places. Page 98, Appendix 5. Delete Male and Female Master Senior Pro (last two rows) from table.

Director. RIC 2005-2 Decision overturned by Directors A Manufactures query was submitted to the RIC concerning the S T S Shock Terminator suppressor. There is a rubber mount on the end of what looks like a cable guard, which stops the string from vibrating after the shot. Committee Decision: It is the consensus of the RIC that it is legal in all the styles of the NFAA competition. RIC 2005-3 Decision upheld by Directors At the Midwest Sectional Tournament, an archer requested a free membership in the Pro Division as per the new rules for new applicants to the Pro Division. The Tournament protest committee ruled that since the rules state than an invitation to an applicant for a free membership in the Pro Division is needed, and none had been sent, that the applicant had to pay the Pro Dues to compete in that division. Committee Decision: RIC agrees with the protest committee that the applicant must pay the Pro dues until receiving an invitation from the Pro Division for one year’s free Pro membership.

RIC 2006-1 Decision overturned by Directors The California Director was asked to rule on the legality of an archer shooting a tournament while sitting in a chair. Citing RIC 2004-3, it was ruled that it would be legal for an archer to shoot while sitting. However, on page 56, under Indoor shooting rules, 4.1, an archer shall stand so that he has one foot on either side of the shooting line. Since it says “stand”, the CA Director ruled that an archer must stand while shooting. Committee Decision: It is the consensus of the RIC that the reference cited by the CA Director is for the shooting positions, ie: straddling the line vs. toeing the line. Therefore, the RIC does not agree with the California Director. RIC 2006-2 Decision overturned by Directors The New York NFAA Director was asked for the definition of the term “chew strap”. DIRECTOR’S RULING/INTERPRETATION: Nowhere in the NFAA Constitution & By-Laws is the term “chew strap” defined. The New York Director ruled that the definition of a chew strap is: “A releasing device, used by a competitor in place of their fingers, in order to shoot an arrow”. RIC Ruling : A chew strap is a mouth release that is used in lieu of using ones fingers to shoot an arrow. By definition, a release.

RIC 2005-1 decision upheld by directors The California Director was asked if a hand held clicker would be legal in competitive bowhunter. The archer draws the bow, then squeezes the clicker till it sounds, then releases the arrow. The Director ruled that it is not legal to use a clicker in Competitive Bowhunter. Committee Decision: RIC agrees with the California Archery Magazine February/March 2006 35


SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS GREAT LAKES SECTION

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 MID-ATLANTIC OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 3-4, 2006

Host: Location: Directions:

Host: Location: Directions:

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

2006 GREAT LAKES OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 10-11, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds: Miscellaneous Info:

Panther Creek Bowhunters Chatham, IL From I-55, Exit 88, go south on Frontage Rd toward Chatham for 0.9 miles. Turn right on Chatham Rd for 1 mile to Gilreath Rd. Turn left for 0.5 miles, then left on 1W for 0.8 miles. Range is on the left. Judy McCutcheon, 23358 Virden Rd, Virden, IL 62690. Tel: 217-965-5290. E-mail: jlynnmae@royell.net June 3, 2006 At the range clubhouse. Friday, 5:00-7:00 pm and Saturday, 7:00-8:00 am. Saturday, 28 Field and 14 Animal, and Sunday, 28 Hunter. Shotgun start at 9:00 am both days. Baymont Inn, I-55 Exit 90, 217-529-6655 Motel 6, I-55 Exit 90, 217-529-1633 Hampton Inn, I-55 Exit 94, 217-524-1100 Double J Campground and RV Park, located approximately 5 miles from range, 217-483-9998 For additional information and accommodations, call Spring-field Tourist Information at 800-545-2300.

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C 2 3

June 18th • 810 American Round MSSA, 10:00 am. 60, 50 and 40 yards at Olympic targets (4 ft dia. with 6” bull’s-eye).

Cape May County Archery Association Fullingmill Road, Villas, NJ From the north, take Garden State Parkway to Exit 4A (SR 47 and Rio Grande). Go west one mile to Fullingmill Road, turn left and go 0.5 mile to the entrance on the left. There’s a big sign. From the south, take the ferry to Cape May. Exit parking lot and take US 9 north to SR 47, then turn left and go 0.25 mile to Fullingmill Road and continue to range as above. Registration: Cape May Archery, PO Box 129, Villas, NJ 08251 Tel: (732) 264 2728. E-mail: tightgroups@aol.com Deadline: Postmarked by May 26, 2006 Late Registration: At clubhouse, Friday, June 2, 2006 Schedule: Shoot course on Friday for $5 per 14 targets. Practice range (free) opens at 8:00 am all three days. Saturday, 28 Field and 14 Animal, and Sunday, 28 Hunter. Accommodations: Off Shore, 609-886-6400 Jersey Cape Motel, 609-884-7382 Cabin City, 609-884-8551 Hyland, 609-465-7305 Campgrounds: Seashore, 609-884-4010 Beachcomber, 609-886-6035 Acorn, 609-886-7119 Miscellaneous Info: Cape May is a great place to visit, bring the entire family, and enjoy the area. There’s shopping, fishing, camping, 4-star restaurants, golf and beaches. If you would like to get a preview of our course, you may shoot the South Jersey Championship on May 7th. For details, visit www.capemaycountyarcheryassociation.com. Additional contacts: Keith Pew, 609-889-9100, cm_arch@hotmail.com Jim Mitchell, 732-264-2728, tightgroups@aol.com

WEST VIRGINIA Steve Cox, Director steve@wvarchery.org

300 297 293 298 287 263 250

40 32 26 40 23 14 8

300 296 298 293 285 272 250

42 38 46 30 29 18 13

600 593 591 591 572 535 500

82 70 72 70 52 32 21

AFBHFSL

MSSA, 10:00 am. Same as 810 American Round, different scoring.

C 2

Linda Parker Connie Randall

288 278

28 21

277 284

11 22

565 562

39 43

C 2 3

Tobi Rogers 300 Julie Kulesza 299 Karen Lewon 295 Tara Thornburgh 295 Jocelyn Woods 296 Janis Grellner 296 Jackie Hardesty 297 Rhonda Owsley 297 Sharon Wadekamper 294 Stacey Hubbard 277 Kristin Altwegg 269 Donica Arneson 266 Jane Hofmeister 266

50 47 30 31 38 36 41 39 36 18 14 8 15

299 299 299 299 297 296 294 293 289 273 277 280 269

50 42 39 37 39 37 33 31 29 19 17 13 15

599 598 594 594 593 592 591 590 583 550 546 546 535

100 89 69 68 77 73 74 70 65 37 31 21 30

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Marsha Criger Julie Petty

277 241

17 8

264 238

15 7

541 479

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Diane Elliott

275

14

271

14

546

28

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56 54 54 50 50 45 50 47 54 53 43 43 42 45 42

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599 593 591

115 113 111 102 101 99 94 91 106 105 90 89 86 91 92

300 299 300 299 300 300 298 300 297 296 296 298 298 299 297

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300 300 299 300 298 298 298 296 299 299 299 297 296 295 297

50 48 46 34 47 45 42 42 39 49 45 43 42 36 35

600 599 599 599 598 598 596 596 596 595 595 595 594 594 594

92 100 85 71 89 85 87 83 81 90 83 83 95 79 75

295 293 295 294 295 292 291 294 284 280 263 261

46 45 33 33 35 24 28 28 31 20 22 12

298 299 296 296 294 293 292 287 292 281 286 246

47 48 36 38 35 31 41 38 31 21 21 19

593 592 591 590 589 585 583 581 576 561 549 507

93 93 69 71 70 55 69 66 62 41 43 31

Sept 3rd • West Virginia State Closed

AFFS

MSSA, 9:00 am. 14 Field and 14 Hunter targets.

Sept 17th • Hillbilly 3-D State Championship MSSA, 9:00 am–1:00 pm. 30, 3-D targets at unmarked yardages

MIDWESTERN SECTION Ray Jones, Councilman IowaArchery@hotmail.com

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 MIDWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

AFFSL

Waverly Archers, Inc. 1801 18th Avenue, Waverly, IA Turn east off Business US 218 at 29th Ave. Go one mile to 11th St SE. Turn north (left) and continue to 18th Ave (about 0.5 mile). Turn right on 18th Ave. Range is located at the end of 18th Ave. Rose Hess, 307 W Bremen Ave, Waverly, IA 506773144. Tel: 319-352-4176. e-Mail: dr-hess@msn.com. June 20, 2006 At Waverly range. Saturday, 28 Field, and Sunday, 14 Hunter and 14 Animal. Super 8, 319-352-0888 Red Fox Inn, 800-397-5330 Amerihost Inn, 319-352-0399 Stay Motel, 319-352-4434 Modern Camping, Cedar Ben Park, Waverly (6 miles) Black Hawk Park, Cedar Falls, IA (15 miles)

MIDWESTERN INDOOR SECTIONAL RESULTS

February 25-26, 2006 - Kansas City and Sioux Falls Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds PL

SHOOTER

Rnd 1 Score

Rnd 1 X’s

Rnd 2 Score

Rnd 2 X’s

Total Score

Total X’s

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Sydney McLaury Madison McLaury Molly Bliss Meghan Buscher Cameron Ferguson Kira Tschetter Chelsea Ferguson

300 276 267 274 259 252 255

57 19 19 18 11 8 10

300 280 288 273 253 253 243

59 13 31 19 7 8 6

600 556 555 547 512 505 498

116 32 50 37 18 16 16

Nate Buscher Brandon Hood Seth Schroeder Brian Baese Nathan Johnson Elliott Cull Ben Kirse Michael Minor Avery Hubbard

300 300 291 286 281 283 282 242 227

60 59 30 23 26 22 20 5 7

300 300 299 289 286 276 275 265 245

59 59 39 22 31 20 15 14 7

600 600 590 575 567 559 557 507 472

119 118 69 45 57 42 35 19 14

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Allen Capp Colin Hubbard

287 271

18 13

277 262

19 11

564 533

37 24

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Kayla Land

27

5

225

4

452

9

CFFS

CMFS C 2 3

Remaining 2006 WVAA Schedule

May 7th • Spring Jamboree Northern Panhandle (3-D Shoot) Northern Panhandle hosting at Beech Bottom 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. 30, 3-D targets at unmarked yardages. Directions to range: Beech Bottom is 20 miles north of Wheeling on State Rt. 2. Turn right just after the Mayor’s office (49 Hill Road) and go to the top of the hill and turn left. Range is one mile on the right. Signs will be posted in town and along the way. Contact: John or Carol Coen 394-5932

Connie Schrader Marcia Jones Kathy Faber Kathy Potter Deanna Laffery Ona Rich Betty Chaney

July 16th • 900 Target Championship

Mike LePera, Councilman brtesite@optonline.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 GREAT LAKES INDOOR SECTIONAL April 8-9, 2006

Registration:

AFBHFS

Mountain State Sportsmen’s Association, 9:00 am, Parkersburg, WV - 14 Field and 14 Hunter targets.

MID-ATLANTIC SECTION

Bob McCutcheon, Councilman prairie1@royell.net

Blackhawk Field Archers 10086 Forest Preserve Rd., Rockton, IL 61072 For directions and map, see http://mywebpage. netscape.com/blackhawkarchery. Brenda Lee, 128 N. Caryl Ave, North Lake, IL 60164. Tel: 708-562-7431. E-mail: bglee1@yahoo.com April 3, 2006 At the range. Casual start. Ramada Inn, South Beloit, IL, 800-756-2341. Fairfield Inn, Beloit, WI, 800-228-2800 Comfort Inn, Beloit, WI, 608-362-2666 Holiday Inn, Beloit, WI, 608-365-6000 Econo Lodge, Beloit, WI, 608-364-4000 Super 8, Beloit, WI, 608-365-8680 Holiday Inn (I-90 at US BR 20), Rockford, IL, 815-898-2200 Baymont Inn, Rockford, IL, 877-229-6668 Best Western, Rockford, IL, 815-398-5050 Days Inn, Loves Park, IL, 815-282-9300 The club can handle approximately 35 campers. No electric or septic available.

May 28th • WV State Open

CMFSL AFBB

AFTRAD

AMBHFS

Championship Flight C Rick Peters 2 Steve Christian 3 Jeff Friedmann Rod Engel Dennis Kenaston Terry Jarmuzek John Kirse Tom Blumer Don Determan Mark McDonald Doug Arneson Paul Hubbard Scot Jackson Todd Hanten Calvin Swank Flight 2 1 Dave Harms 2 Cody Smith 3 Dale Determan Greg Rosa John Hardesty Rich Arpin Rob Orton Jason Bergstedt Greg Parker Ray Manfull Greg Kulesza Steve Welch Ward Tuttle Jerry Bolen Dwight Peschong Flight 3 1 Martin Houts 2 Tommy Kakoulas 3 Jeremy Thatcher Larry Johnson Quinn Talbott Bob Feltman Jay Peterson Richard May John Vestal Henry Dupont Darik Tschetter Martin Hatfield

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AMBHFS C 2 3

AMFS

Leroy Capp Tim Randall Rick Olson Clay Whittlesey

Championship Flight C Todd Nelson 2 Chad Magnussen 3 Steve Bridger James Darden Tyler Pierce Brad Swigart Tom Hood Nick Jayne Ed Christman Pete Romig John Heying Eric Lydeen Bryan Quick Tim Holthaus Bruce Johnson Sam Maucelli Jim McFall Allen Ingersoll Flight 2 1 Jason Woods 2 Jared Kossuth 3 Vernon Hess Greg Haugsness Don Robinson Jim Hunt Austin Vail Shane Minor Rolly Ritchel Crisconi Davis Jody Pletan Todd Hull Greg Robel Scott Olafson Dallas Crouder Todd Ferguson Flight 3 1 Bob Laffery 2 Ron Knoell 3 Jay Ferguson Bryon Haugsness Dustin Larson J.J. Miller Steve Kloos David Pendergrass Rory Hamilton Steve Washena Pat Donovan David Bliss Charlie Smiley Geroge Hinton Duane Dumas Flight 4 1 Jesse Camacho 2 Drew Mosier 3 Joe Zafft Trent Teets Merrill Meyer Kelly Goldhammer Arnie Veen Paul Neigebauer Rob Monrad Luke Lucas Jesse Molstre Brad Strunk Tom Fullerton David Molstre Keith Hofer Dean Hohenberg Rick Petree

Scott Parmely Keith Lubben

295 294

31 42

1 1

Jack Partridge Kim Meester Ron Lewon Jeff Stevens Faron Teague Trent Withers Dan Irwin

296 295 288 292 285 285 263

45 31 36 27 18 23 15

298 293 293 285 289 284 265

Shane Hamilton David Wearne Vance Patrilla Matt Patrilla Jeff Read Sam Hines

293 275 276 256 246 221

27 19 19 9 4 1

Al Tuller Gary Thorson Mike Brophy Wally Miller Ron Cravens

299 297 293 286 284

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Richard Anthony

105 103 93 90 109 105 102 99 92 89 106 97 89 86 80 98

C 2

599 599 599 598 598 598 598 597 597 596 596 596 595 588 588

106 98 87 99 94 77 76 95 94 95 94 80 73 71 65

PMFSL

597 595 595 595 593 593 591 591 591 590 585 583 581 578 575 565

78 98 76 74 93 60 87 84 59 82 64 48 58 79 45 39

SMBHFSL

297 295 287 276

37 34 20 16

294 294 285 285

31 35 27 22

591 589 572 561

68 69 47 38

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249

11

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Greg Bouras Roger Hamilton

255 174

13 3

267 187

16 3

522 361

29 6

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Erika Anschutz

300

58

300

56

600

114

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Eric Osmonson Jackie White Richard Potter Jon Marquess Randy Ballard Charlie Martin Nshan Thompson Rick Rugroden Brian Jackson Mike Blair Jason Ritter Casey Votruba

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 300 298 300

59 59 58 59 58 57 55 58 57 58 43 41

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 300 297

59 59 59 57 58 59 59 56 56 55 47 39

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 598 597

118 118 117 116 116 116 114 114 113 113 90 80

C

Bob Besanceney

298

48

300

51

598

99

C

Mary Nemec-Wood 300

48

298

38

598

86

C 2

Lois Wagner Judy Doub

289 271

24 16

279 281

25 30

568 552

49 46

C 2 3

Russell Wood 300 Merlin Oswald Shorty Faber James Borg Wayne Mooney Bob Fahey Ed Criger Gary Kostka

50 298 296 296 295 296 296 291

298 54 36 41 34 32 35 26

47 299 300 299 297 296 287 287

598 50 44 35 40 32 30 31

97 597 596 595 592 592 583 578

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Robert Redmon Ron Nankivel Don Iverson Phil LaFoe

283 284 265 257

20 18 8 12

283 270 264 262

18 14 15 7

566 554 529 519

38 32 23 19

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AMFSLR/L C 2 3

MSMFS C 2 3

MSMFSL

AMTRAD PFFS PMFS

SFBHFS SFFS

SMBHFS

C 2 3

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Championship Flight C Jim Bath 2 Dean Zeiler 3 Rod McDonald Carl Thiessen Henry Houk Bob Nessett Vartan Malkasian Mike Little Flight 2 1 Charlie Crocket

300 300 300 299 300 300 298 297

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41

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Rick Krystof Eldon Larson Lloyd Johnson Lynn Umbarger Dennis Garrison John Doub Doug Wagner Sam Redden

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Dallas Brakeville Gary Lair

293 284

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288 281

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581 565

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Earl Lysne

265

14

265

13

530

27

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Michael Schmidt Gene Towne Frank Taylor Robert Wolff Donald Griffitts

275 263 251 229 187

17 11 5 6 2

263 250 256 237 186

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27 20 14 13 4

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Al Irish John Carlson

298 292

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300 293

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Macaela Parmely

290

30

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291

30

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Joe Determan Ben Teets Tom Drummond Bryce Pick Caleb Angel James Chaney

300 300 298 292 245 211

59 55 47 28 10 3

300 300 298 290 246 200

60 55 43 32 12 5

600 600 596 582 491 411

119 110 90 60 22 8

Isabella Schroeder Hannah Neigebauer Rylie Hull Audrey Lanier Jesse Parmely

298 292 286 250 219

42 31 21 8 5

295 297 282 234 1

39 31 16 7

593 589 568 484 220

81 62 37 15 5

Nick Olafson 298 Josh Lubben 298 Tyson Tuttle 294 Charlie Arneson 296 Matthew Diffenderfer 294 Sam Zafft 297 Jay Kloos 295 Stewart Jensen 293 Matt Larue 294 Austin Pick 265 Bill Chaney 229 Jacob Adams 227 Raistlin Tschetter 181 Christopher Willot 119

39 40 36 39 31 31 39 39 36 12 7 5 1 1

300 299 299 297 298 295 296 297 292 269 237 217 220 164

48 37 42 30 35 28 29 38 26 12 10 7 7 4

598 597 593 593 592 592 591 590 586 534 466 444 401 283

87 77 78 69 66 59 68 77 62 24 17 12 8 5

SMFSL

SMFSLR/L SMTRAD

Campgrounds:

SPMFS YAFFS

YFFS C 2 3

YMFS C 2 3

Accommodations:

NEW ENGLAND SECTION Ken Moore, Councilman kmoore15@comcast.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration:

Deadline: Late Registration:

Lunenburg Sportsman Club Reservoir Rd, Lunenburg, MA From SR 2 in Massachusetts, take Exit 35 to SR 70 heading north (Lunenburg Rd). Then turn right onto Leominster-Shirley Rd, then left onto Reservoir Rd. Follow Reservoir Rd to club on left. Lori LePage, 5 Sunrise Dr, Bradford, MA 01835. Tel: 978-372-8459 Make checks payable to NESFAA, and please include your phone number. None None Schedule: Saturday: 28 Field and 14 Animal by as-

signed course. Start from 8:00 am until noon. Shoot all 28 Field, then shoot 14 Animal beginning on target #1 of same course and with same group. Animal targets are to go up at 2:00 pm. Sunday: Pick up scorecards at 8:00 am, general assembly at 8:30am, and then shoot 28 Hunter by assigned target with shotgun start at 9:00 am. Awards at 4:00 pm. Super 8 Motel, 482 N Main, Leominster, MA, 978 5372800 Sheraton Four Points, 99 Erdman, Leominster, MA, 978534-9000 Best Western, 150 Royal Plaza Dr, Fitchburg, MA, 978342-7100 Camping available at club.

NORTHWESTERN SECTION Bill Tiddy, Councilman tiddyw@aol.com

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 NORTHWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 17-18, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Miscellaneous Info:

Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene 91714 Poodle Creek Rd, Noti, OR From the north: I-5 southbound to Exit 216 (HalseySweet Home Hwy), right on SR 228, then left on SR 99E, then right on SR 36, and left on Poodle Creed Rd for 500 feet to range on right side. From the south: I-5 northbound to Exit 195B, then west on Belt Line Rd, then onto SR 99 past airport, then left on SR 36, and left on Poodle Creek Rd, as above. Bob Cockrum, 2641 Stra, Eugene OR 97404. Tel: 541461-0224 June 7, 2006 At the range Saturday and Sunday, assembly at 8:30 am, at target 9:00 am. Shilo Inn, 541-747-0332 Holiday Inn Express, 541-746-8471 Quality Inn, 541-726-9266 Comfort Suites, 541-746-5359 Dry camping at range on first come, first served basis.

SOUTHEASTERN SECTION Tim Austin, Councilman flarchery@earthlink.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 SOUTHEASTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL May 27-28, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration:

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Gator Bowmen, Inc. 10404 SW Williston Rd, Gainesville, FL Range is 3.4 miles southwest of I-75, Exit 382, on the right side of Williston Rd (SR 121). The driveway is just behind a right turn arrow, about 400 feet north of SW 105th Ave. Tim Austin, 1710 S W 76th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32607. Tel: 352-332-1969 or 352-332-1914. E-mail: flarchery@earthlink.net By mail: Must be postmarked by May 19, 2006. By phone through May 25, 2006. At host motel Friday evening, or at range by 7:00 am Saturday morning. Saturday: 8:00 am announcements, 8:30 am 28 Field, and 2:00 pm 14 Animal. Sunday: 8:00 am announcements and 8:30 am 28 Hunter. Host motel: Quality Inn, 3455 SW Williston Rd, Gainesville, FL 32608, 352-378-2405. Mention that you are

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Miscellaneous Info:

with the “Archery Championship.” The host motel is on the south side of Williston Rd, immedi-ately west of I-75, Exit 382, and is about 5 minutes from the range. Range is in a city park, and is closed from dusk to dawn. There is no on-site camping, but there are many campgrounds in the county.

2006 SOUTHWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

2006 SOUTHEASTERN 3-D SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006

Registration:

Host: Location: Directions:

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Registration:

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Miscellaneous Info:

Smoky Mountain Archers Maryville, TN From Maryville take US 441/129 south for 6 miles, then left on US 129 for 2.2 miles, then left on Walker School Rd for 0.5 miles, then right to Camp Tipton. Gordon Oland, 8851 Highland View Rd, Knoxville, TN 37938. Tel: 865-925-0138. E-mail: goland@staffingtech.com None. At site, Friday evening, or by 9:00 am Saturday morning. Shotgun start 9:00 am and 1:00 pm both days. 30 unmarked Saturday, 30 marked Sunday. Many motels at the airport area near Alcoa and Maryville. Camp Tipton is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, and is close to the National Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Knoxville.

SOUTHERN SECTION

Accommodations: Campgrounds: Miscellaneous Info:

Las Vegas Archers Spring Mountain Range The Las Vegas Archers Spring Mountain Range is located on Highway 160 between Las Vegas and Pahrump. We are at the summit at Mountain Springs on the south side of the road behind the big silver gate. Las Vegas Archers, P.O. Box 28476, Las Vegas NV 89126 Tel: 702-565-5406 June 12, 2006 7:30 pm – 8:00 pm, June 24, 2006 Shoot starts at 9:00 am on Saturday, June 24th, and 8:00 am Sunday, June 25th Silverton Casino and Hotel Limited dry camping on range on a first come, first served basis. Visit LasVegasArchers.com, or call 702-565-5406.

Rnd1 Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd2 X’s Scr X’s Scr

Ttl X’s

440 445

36 32 449 449 18 22

450 449 36 36 448 439

34 39 449 449 29 25

900 899 36 29 888 884

70 71 898 898 47 47

AZ

448

34

448

34

896

68

June Montenegro

CA

419

9

420

9

839

18

C 2

Erica Aya LaBrie Becky Pearson

CO 444 AZ 440

23 17

445 440

26 16

889 880

49 33

C

Sue Berfield

NV

442

29

440

13

882

42

C 2 3

Wayne Davidson Marlow Larsen Paul Washburn Bob Jacobsen Don Gallager Art Baribault Jim Hamilton

AZ UT CA UT CO AZ AZ

439 440 433 426 424 412 411

20 27 13 8 7 14 9

446 434 436 433 422 426 405

28 23 15 17 13 10 7

885 874 869 859 846 838 816

48 50 28 25 20 24 16

Charley Barnes

NM 365

2

360

8

725

10

NV CA CA CA UT AZ

445 445 441 443 437 434

25 29 24 25 19 16

448 446 441 437 442 437

32 31 20 19 20 17

893 891 882 880 879 871

57 60 44 44 39 33

AZ AZ CA NV AZ CA NV

434 426 433 422 421 430 423

16 8 19 13 9 19 17

434 440 431 437 431 416 419

18 16 22 25 10 13 12

868 866 864 859 852 846 842

34 24 41 38 19 32 29

ST

Scr

C 2 3

Steve Wagner Chris Oosterlinck Mark Penaz John Brewington Jason Baker Jonathon Pemberton

CA CA AZ AZ UT UT

450 450

C

Frank Pearson

C

Pro Male Freestyle

Lee Gregory, Councilman lee@dlprint.com

Senior Pro Male Freestyle Sectional Tournament Info 2006 SOUTHERN 3-D SECTIONAL May 20-21, 2006 Host: Location: Directions: Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Miscellaneous Info:

Wagoner Archery Club PO Box 705, Wagoner, OK 74477 From intersection of US 69 and SR 51, go 3.3 miles due east. Look for sign on north side of road. Charlie Burns, PO Box 705, Wagoner, Ok 74477. Tel: 918-639-1996 May 15, 2006 At range, Friday, May 19, 5:30 to 7:00 pm Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am and 1:00 pm both days (shotgun start). 20 targets each day, and you must shoot both days. For more info, contact Robert Wood at 918-857-5924 or Roger Hayes at 918 485-5728.

2006 SOUTHERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 10-11, 2006 Host: Location: Directions: Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Trosper Archery Club 2201 SE Grand Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73129 Take Exit 124 off I-35 east on Grand Blvd 1.5 miles. Range located on north side of road in Trosper Park. Dennis Lynch, 290 N Buffalo Ave, Guthrie, OK 73044. Tel: 405-282-3617. E-mail: dennis_lynch@sbcglobal.net June 2, 2006 Contact club for info. Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 am announcements and 8:30 am start shooting, both days. All major motels in the area.

SOUTHWESTERN SECTION Jerry Miller, Councilman swcman1@verizon.net

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C 2 3

January 14-29, 2006 - Mail-in Tournament Two “450” Vegas Rounds SHOOTER

Senior Pro Male Freestyle Limited Pro Female Freestyle

Senior Pro Female Freestyle Master Senior Male Freestyle

Master Senior Male Freestyle Limited C

Senior Male Freestyle Championship Flight C Don Snipes 2 Jim Wagner 3 Rusty Mills Dennis Ruminer Steve McKenna Garry Beck Flight 2 1 Richard Orth 2 Tim Smith 3 Oscar Sanchez Joseph Stella Pat Peters Robert Marlborough Frank Roof

Adult Male Freestyle Championship Flight C Mike Gerard 2 Dwight Snodgrass 3 Russ Necaise Bob Hurst Jeff Watts

UT NV UT NV CA

450 447 447 444 446

35 25 31 25 30

449 449 445 448 445

36 27 28 31 29

899 896 892 892 891

71 52 59 56 59

UT CA

445 445

27 24

446 446

25 28

891 891

52 52

CA UT CO NV CO CO NV AZ

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60 56 48 44 36 42 35 26

CA NV NV CA NV NM NV NM

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19 8 6 22 5 12 7 2

426 430 429 414 418 410 413 361

22 14 16 14 9 8 7 6

863 855 852 844 836 829 817 715

41 22 22 36 14 20 14 8

Master Senior Male Barebow

UT CA UT CO CA CA

434 430 438 430 408 402

20 12 12 14 7 10

433 437 427 428 416 418

19 14 13 8 8 7

867 867 865 856 824 820

39 26 25 22 15 17

Adult Male Barebow

Rhonda Montenegro CA Gemma Styles CA

419 326

9

420 329

9

839 665

18

Adult Female Barebow

UT UT CA UT CO CA

448 449 446 448 447 446

30 31 28 24 25 24

450 448 448 445 444 445

30 33 26 26 29 21

898 897 894 893 891 891

60 64 54 50 54 45

Adult Female Freestyle

SOUTHWESTERN INDOOR SECTIONAL RESULTS

PL

Don Borg Richard Buttner Flight 2 1 Paul Stephens 2 Kai Barawis 3 Jon Dejong Bill Edwards Chad Waldren Steve Begnaud Brian Marchello Walter Scottsdale Flight 3 1 Kriss Michaud 2 Sy Buck 3 Charles Roof Mike Enright Jerry Morley Derrick Burford Alan Alaimo David Sanders

Ttl

Annie Lampton Kimberly Terry Beckie Sheperd Jeanne Swabey Laura Kelly H. Angel Foster

Adult Female Freestyle Limited C 2 72 65

Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle

2 3

Pete Carney Thomas Weselis Larry Okinaka Shane Jones Thure Stedt

UT CA CA CA CA

433 419 419 411 411

15 7 7 7 11

439 416 403 405 400

18 8 6 4 2

872 835 822 816 811

33 15 13 11 13

Lindsay Pian AZ Dana Marie McCusker CA Diana Dancz CA Barbara Schettler-Jehl CA Timalyn Enright CA Heather Waldren CO

418 369 339 361 309 266

7 2

6 7

843 725 702 690 592 530

13 9

4 1

425 356 363 329 283 264

5 1

C 2

Bob Nation Bob Bromley

CA CA

407 344

5 2

388 318

3 1

795 662

8 3

C 2

Ralph Adams Dennis High

CA CA

346 328

1

346 307

2 1

692 635

2 2

C 2

Charlie Washburn Bill Micalsen

CA CA

406 310

9 1

382 337

4 2

788 647

13 3

C 2 3

Ty Pelfrey Mark Applegate Victor Walth Ron St. Clair John Cooky Daryl Harris

CA CA CO NM UT CA

415 409 384 377 314 338

9 7 2 1

12 6 5 4 1

1

405 411 373 372 353 312

820 820 757 749 667 650

21 13 7 5 1 1

Adult Female Freestyle Recurve/Longbow C 2 3

Senior Male Barebow

Senior Male Bowhunter

C 2 3

Crystal Rosario CA Rebecca Nelson Harris CA Katherene Cleary CA

390 387 291

5 3 1

397 389 292

1 3

787 776 583

6 6 1

C

Linda Adams

CA

373

2

365

4

738

6

C

Caryn Tomlinson

CO 240

C 2 3

Mike Ryan Don Mendez James Elmore Shane Noel Steven H. Engish

CO CO NM CA CA

314 305 109 138 246

1 3 1

C 2 3

Wayne Nielsen John Burrows James Graham

CA CA CA

344 294 279

C

Rebecca Nelson Harris CA

C

Robyn Repp

C 2 3

Championship Flight C David Taylor 2 Judd Walthen 3 Aaron D. Davis Ray Sheperd Jason Reed Rob Romero Flight 2 1 Eric Daniel 2 Eddie Connelly 3 Jay Haden Jeff Jones Bret Bratcher Gabriel Miossich Leon Whger Flight 3 1 Frank Herra 2 Ray C. Moreland Vance Dewbre Chris Smith Mark Duvall Scott Miller Tom Nevilley Shawn Dodson

CA NV UT UT CA CA CA

427 441 441 439 435 430 422

13 19 21 20 15 19 8

439 442 435 436 436 433 430

15 21 19 21 21 12 12

866 883 876 875 871 863 852

28 40 40 41 36 31 20

NM NM NM NM CO CA CA CA

426 423 422 415 413 434 386 330

8 8 8 8 9 16 2 2

423 425 426 431 422 391 392 356

10 12 7 15 12 11 3 3

849 848 848 846 835 825 778 686

18 20 15 23 21 27 5 5

C

Mabel Ison

CA

385

4

371

6

756

10

C 2 3

Joseph Stella Johnnie Zweygardt Slim Reed William H. Clark Jerry Hix

NV CO CA CA NV

445 430 421 406 393

21 16 22 15 6

443 434 419 421 386

23 13 25 7 2

888 864 840 827 779

44 29 47 22 8

C

Mike Willis

CA

426

12

434

16

460

28

C

Charlie Washburn

CA

399

7

411

10

810

17

C 2 3

Rich Eckenberg Timothy Driscoll Daryl Harris

CA CA CA

443 427 290

18 4 1

438 419 324

20 13

881 846 614

38 17 1

C 2

Sheri Stine Trujillo Lynne Luedtke

CO 404 CA 352

3 2

394 372

3

798 724

3 5

Youth Male Freestyle Limited

C

Scott McKechnie

CA

23

442

22

880

45

C 2

Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle

Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Senior Male Freestyle Limited Adult Male Freestyle Limited

Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited

Adult Male Freestyle Limited Recurve/Longbow 438

1

Senior Female Barebow

Adult Female Bowhunter

242

Adult Male Traditional

482

330 321 179 146 172

2

644 626 288 284 418

3 3 1

5 2

331 285 285

2 5

675 579 564

7 7 1

389

5

391

6

780

11

AZ

445

19

434

16

879

35

Josh Miller Shaun Larsen Stanley Lucas II Orrin Dewbre T.J. Wood Graeme Kelly Adam Lowers

CA UT CA NM NM CA CA

447 447 438 419 418 349 332

30 21 19 10 12 2 2

449 448 440 425 393 363 331

36 30 17 10 4 1

896 895 878 844 811 712 663

66 51 36 20 16 2 3

C

Colin Winter

CA

398

6

414

9

812

15

C

Gemma Goepel

CA

376

2

354

1

730

3

C 2 3

Alden Harris Colin Winter Maxwell Van Pelt Michal Tyra Grant Carfrae

CA CA CO AZ CA

413 407 380 378 327

8 7 3 4 1

409 408 385 335 314

7 6 4

822 815 765 713 641

15 13 7 4 4

Trelaina Borges Gemma Goepel Sarah Lester Devin Dodson

CA CA CA CA

372 370 324 204

4 3

397 353 277 155

15 2 1

769 723 601 359

19 5 1

Christopher Zumwalt CA 297 Nicholas Von Wolf NM 317

2 3

289 294

1

586 611

3 3

Senior Male Traditional

1

Adult Female Traditional

Young Adult Female Freestyle Young Adult Male Freestyle

Young Adult Male Freestyle Limited

Young Adult Female Freestyle Limited

1

Young Adult Male Freestyle Limited Recurve/Longbow

3

Young Adult Female Freestyle Recurve/Longbow C 2 3

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Youth Male Barebow C 2

John Cook Jr Richard Akers

UT CA

340 208

C 2

Connor Kelly Ray D. Moreland Martin Ward Ryan Sanders Nick Mclean Gowan Hays

CA NM NM NM NM NM

440 413 416 412 400 399

17 7 7 6 7 10

439 432 422 423 402 390

21 16 12 4 4 3

877 845 838 835 802 789

38 23 19 10 11 13

Yashio Kaku Nick Carlisle Codey Borges Christopher Zumwalt

CA AZ CA CA

399 330 324 323

6 3

6

3

390 298 296 296

1 1

789 628 620 619

12 3 1 4

C

Brook Heitzinger

CA

302

1

284

2

586

3

C 2 3

Aaron Dejong Andrew Kim Ryan Larsen Porter Baker Gus Driscoll

CO CA UT UT CA

432 386 369 211 231

17 2 5

428 403 352 215 284

11 4 1 1 2

860 789 721 426 515

28 6 6 1 2

C

Margie Ortega

AZ

344

1

678

1

C 2

Troy Heitzinger Jack Wright

CA CA

271 98

225 186

1

496 284

1 2

C

Halsten Rogers

CA

266

183

1

449

1

C

Ashley Herndon

NM 393

2

395

3

788

5

C

Taylor Borges

CA

347

1

3337

1

84

2

Butch Wright Vicki Wright

SD SD

444 423

29 11

450 444

29 20

894 867

58 31

Youth Male Freestyle

334 212

674 420

Youth Male Freestyle Limited Recurve/Longbow C 2

HOW TO RAISE SCORES WITH THE SAME AMOUNT OF EFFORT ON YOUR PART

Youth Female Freestyle Limited Recurve/Longbow Cub Male Freestyle

Cub Female Freestyle Cub Male Barebow

Cub Female Barebow

Cub Female Freestyle Limited

334

Cub Female Freestyle Limited Recurve/Longbow GUEST Senior Freestyle

C A R R Y I N G A C C U R AT E A I M I N G T O T H E N E X T L E V E L

2006 NFAA® CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2006 GREAT LAKES 3-D SECTIONAL........................................APRIL 8-9 ................................................................ ROCKTON, IL WAF ATLANTIC CLASSIC ..............................................APRIL 22-23 ........................................................ PITTSBURGH, PA NFAA MARKED 3-D CHAMPIONSHIP ..............................MAY 6-7 .................................................................REDDING, CA WESTERN CLASSIC TRAIL SHOOT ...................................MAY 6-7 .................................................................REDDING, CA SOUTHERN 3-D SECTIONAL ............................................. MAY 20 ............................................................... WAGONER, OK SOUTHEAST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ..............................MAY 27-28 ..........................................................GAINESVILLE, FL MID ATLANTIC OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ...........................JUNE 3-4 ................................................... CAPE MAY CT HSE, NJ BIG SKY OPEN COLORADO.............................................JUNE 9-11 ................................................. GRAND JUNCTION, CO GREAT LAKES OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ...........................JUNE 10-11 .............................................................. CHATHAM, IL SOUTHERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ................................JUNE 10-11 ................................................. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK NORTHWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ............................JUNE 17-18 .................................................................EUGENE, OR MIDWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL .................................JUNE 24-25 ............................................................... WAVERLY, IA NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR SECTIONAL.........................JUNE 24-25 ........................................................ LUNENBURG, MA SOUTHWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL .............................JUNE 24-25 ........................................................... LAS VEGAS, NV SOUTHEAST 3-D SECTIONAL .........................................JUNE 24-25 ........................................................... KNOXVILLE, TN NFAA UNMARKED 3-D NATIONALS ............................... JULY 22-23 ..............................................................YANKTON, SD NFAA OUTDOOR NATIONALS ........................................ JULY 24-28 ..............................................................YANKTON, SD BIG SKY OPEN NEVADA ................................................... NOV 3-5 ...............................................................MESQUITE, NV NORTH AMERICAN FIELD ARCHERY CHAMP ................. DEC 9-10 ............................................................ HOMESTEAD, FL 42 Archery Magazine February/March 2006

If you are into this sport at all, by now you surely know that ALL bows are considered primitive weapons because their projectile is so dramatically SLOW that it makes “knowing the exact distance to the target” extremely important. If you accurately aim your high powered deer rifle while using a 100 yard sight setting that is 200 yards in error for a 300 yard target, we expect to impact a few inches low but probably still so close it will still be relatively effective. But as archers if you were to try shooting at a 30 yard target with an accurate 10 yard sight setting we know that being 20 yards in error is more than enough to result in a hit so extremely low it can miss the entire target or animal. Typically the comparison between a rifle and an arrow in this situation is approximately10 times greater meaning a 2 inch low rifle miss equates to a totally unacceptable 20 inch miss without the slightest chance of an effective hit for score or harvest. Disadvantages such as this define the rationale for safer archery only seasons to give them safer opportunities to pursue better concealment while seeking closer proximities. THE PURPOSE OF ALL SHOOTING SPORTS IS TO HIT WHAT YOU AIM AT. I submit that it not always necessary to hit your target, but that while hunting our wildlife is the best possible time. However, on the target range it is not actually necessary to excel so there is really no need to drive yourself and everyone around you crazy as some do. For those of us who donʼt feel the need of working that hard it is just fine, there is nothing wrong with enjoying your recreational time and calling it a successful outing by merely finding all of our arrows at the end of the day. So the thoughts contained herein are more for those working toward near-perfect target scores or those trying to be the best they can possibly be when hunting wildlife. AIMING IS THE REAL NAME OF THE GAME. Robertʼs Rule of Archery #2 states, “Always work with the attitude that there is no such thing as ʻclose enoughʼ and every shot is either a hit or a miss and there is nothing in-between.” Learning to hold still on precisely what you want to hit and then shooting only under that condition is hard enough to

accomplish, but when your sight settings are not correct for that specific situation you will still produce a miss even though you personally performed everything else flawlessly! Drats! I believe that making and maintaining a perfect set of sight markings as long as you possibly can will prevent wasting time that would be better spent practicing and becoming a better shooter, not a better mechanic. A good set of sight marks is hard to come by and should be understood and then cherished. It is extremely wasteful, frustrating, silly and actually pretty dumb to make a new scale from scratch every time you “tweak” something or make a minor change. For starters, I suggest you never try to make a scale at all until you are “through playing mechanic.” Donʼt worry about sight setting accuracy until you are ready to knuckle down and become a “shooter” and not a “whiner” always looking for someone else to blame after every missed shot. PERFECT SIGHT SCALES ARE CONSISTENTLY SPACED AND DO NOT VARY. But, only when you have both a solid front and solid rear sight reference point. This means that as the distance increases the spacing between the references will gradually increase as well. That is, the space between the 70 to 80 must be slightly wider than the 60 to 70, which is wider than the 50 to 60, which is wider than the 40 to 50, which is wider than the 30 to 40, which is wider than the 30 to 20. NOTE: Based on the speed of the arrow the settings for less than 20 yards or so are very circumstantial due to distance at which your arrow will rise up to and cross through your line of sight. See the Jan-Feb 02 Archery issue for more details. So let this clarify the reason it may be true when you hear someone say, “sometime I have to use odd spacing between certain distances on my scale.” But, “since I donʼt have a solid rear sight reference I have to use some odd spacing between certain distances on my scale.” would be more accurate in my mind. You already know that a front sight can be essentially

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WITH A PEEP, ACCEPT NO ODD SPACING EVER. If you are aiming and shooting with a peepsight and can prove to your own absolute satisfaction that you must indeed have an odd spaced reference mark or two in a certain area of your scale then you have no choice but to use it as you see it. Even if you are a peep user it may still be that you are not using the same sight picture in those areas due to not pivoting the entire bow on the center of the peephole. If you are “centering in the bottom half” of the hole on your 50 but the “top half of the hole” on your 60 for example, your

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SETTING UP WITH A PEEPSIGHT. Now, if you suspect you are not centering up identically in your peep sight opening for every shot here are a few things that you may be able to improve on. Many hunters for example, tend to want larger peepholes thinking they need the extra lightning for the times they get into low light conditions. I canʼt tell you how many times while using a larger peephole for better lighting I sat there late hoping to get a deer shot just at dark. Then, after slowly getting accustomed to the darkness and still thinking I had plenty of light I drew back to aim at one but found I couldnʼt “see a thing” and had to let down anyway. My point is, Iʼd rather be more accurate all day on all my shooting by having a peep easier to center-up in than to sacrifice some centering up accuracy on the slim chance that I might, someday, get a shot 5 minutes later into the evening that Iʼd otherwise have to pass up with a smaller peephole. It may also be that your basic peep location is causing you to be “floating around” back there more than you have to. And the easier it is to float around, the easier it is to not be well aligned. Since we all shoot more arrows from around 20 yards I suggest that this is the best place to become as solid as possible. So, come to full draw aiming at 20 and then close your eyes and hold it and get all settled in as comfortably as you can possibly be. Then open you eyes and if the peep is too high or too low then move it until it is perfect. Then, when you change to a 10 yard target setting you should be a little “crowded” as you scrunch up to get into that position but as the distance increases youʼll find you will have more and more room and feel more and more sloppy. As I said earlier, as your bow arm raises higher and higher for a higher trajectory the entire bow is “pivoting on the peep hole” and you will

find your release aid and your arrow nock will pivot “farther and farther down and away from your eye.” So you can now see how an accurately made sight scale made for pivoting on the peep hole would not have the same spread rate as one continually pivoting on a cheekbone which is always the same distance from the eye. This should help you understand how interior sight marks may seem to “roam around” for finger shooters without a peep and not duplicating their anchor precisely on every shot. Another thing that may help is to setup so you can centerup the peep on the entire scope housing. On a target scope front sight with a small aiming, you canʼt expect to be very accurate trying to center that small aiming speck in the peephole, so you can be more precise by obtaining a larger peep hole and center the entire housing and then put that aiming speck on the point you wish to hit. A size that will barely reveal light all around the housing makes it so much easier to accurately center-up as you allow the same amount of daylight around the entire housing. Itʼs more difficult when using pin sights, you have a choice of making odd marks to match if you center up the entire front sight somehow and then put the pin or blank gap in the spacing being placed on the point you wish to hit. Odd yardage distances are not easy with pins and there are several techniques in use. TO KEEP YOUR EXISTING GOOD SIGHT REFERENCES. 1. The same arrows in every detail are usually a prerequisite. 2. Keep the peep sight height the same distance above your nocking point. 3. In my mind, the only reason there is to ever measure your arrow velocity is so you can adjust it back to that exact figure and use your original sight scale. Be sure to use the same chronograph device when trying to set the speed back exactly where it was. 4. Keep your sight bar and sight scale the same distance from your eye. If you move the scale to a different distance from your eye you will need a completely new scale with a different overall spread. So after certain

The spacing on these typical 20, 30, 40, 50 & 60 “shot-generated” settings look pretty good to the naked eye, but look at all the lows hits that are doomed to happen between 20 and 60. The accurate computer generated scale by Archer’s Advantage (www. archersadvantage.com) reveals all of the misses just waiting to happen even when this archer does everything else perfectly.

repairs are made, the same arrows can be set back to the exact same speed and you can accurately calibrate back on to the original scale with the pointer needle provided on all target sights. DON’T BEAT YOURSELF, MAKE THEM OUTSHOOT YOU. So it is really dumb to keep changing things and spend your life making completely new sighting scales. It means you will spend most of your time as a mechanic “setting up” and never really working to become a “shooter.” Do you realize how many archers are doomed to failure after being a “mechanic” for days and days and days and then try to generate a sight scale just before dark the day the last day and never practiced or checked them for accuracy under combat conditions? If you panic and start making new marks every time you decide to tweak your nocking point or have to set your sight at 49 1/2 yards to hit 50 dead center you are doing nothing more than making your job even harder than it already is. There can be any number of reasons why you needed to set your sight “short” for that 50 yard field target so donʼt feel your scale is all wrong every time you have to fudge it a little to be happy. The idea is to “do what it takes as soon as possible” not to solve a riddle. Keep your bow consistent and make it work using what you have. Pay attention and know what you feel you have to do to put every shot as close to dead center as possible. Always stay alert to the variations you have had to make on the same course since all courses do not play the same for several reasons. Also, I advise never walking up to some strange practice area with what you are certain is a perfect setup and then start making “corrections” when it appears suspicious. I suggest intentionally using an incorrect sight setting and just shooting for groups to warm up since this is not the time and definitely not the place to evaluate any more than your form.

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worthless without a rear sight to align it with. In archery a peepsight is the best rear “reference point” but it is not automatically a “solid anchor point” as most presume. It is only a “solid” anchor point when the archer holds the nock of the arrow at the exact same distance below his aiming eye. In order to do that the eye must be centered the same place in the peep opening. Just putting the front sight reference anyplace in the peephole is not keeping the nock the exact same distance from your eye. Yes, you are right, we are “splitting hairs” here but it is the difference between making a hit and making a miss. As your bow arm is raised higher and higher to generate a higher trajectory the entire bow must “pivot on the center of the peep hole” to be totally effective. Notice that as you set your sight to increasing distances your arrow nock and release aid will pivot “farther and farther down and away from your eye.”

marks will have to moved to make them match your error. So your scale will look strange as you avoid being low on the 50 by placing it where 52 (or so) should be and the 60 where 58 (or so) should be to avoid high hits there. The reason I suggest you NEVER accept odd spaced marks is that if you accept and try to use odd spaced settings as described above you will at least subconsciously worry about that area and on a Field Round for example, never know for sure if it was the conditions on that course or the variations of your odd marks that cost you the misses you experienced. For example, if you happened to be on a slightly uphill 50 yard face those shots you missed “high” were probably a result of the raised bow arm causing you to no longer center up “low” in the peep as you usually do but more correctly near the center which means your “odd” 50 mark became the 52 it should have been. If you do not use a peep there is nothing to do but try to always use the same anchor point at each distance that you used when you made that particular setting. If you understand that with an under the chin anchor for example, something as simple as not clenching your teeth the same on each shot will change the distance between the tail of the arrow and your aiming eye so it is no different than when someone moves their peep to a new location for that shot. This situation might also explain why some of your marks appear to be wrong on some occasions but apparently seem okay on others.

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by Paul Davison

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hen I was at a field tournament, I met a young man on the practice range who approached me and asked, “Could you please help me?” “What’s the problem?” I inquired. He replied, “I have been shooting great and thought I might win this tournament, but I can’t hit anything this morning.”

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It’s reminiscing time once again. Although I was home-based in Ohio, where I was Ohio Archers president, my employer, Rockwell International, had me working in Orange County, California, about 75% of the time from June 1975 through June 1976. I maintained an efficiency apartment, had access to a leased car, and even managed to find some archery action on weekends. I practiced quite a bit at Long Beach’s El Dorado Park, future venue for 1984 Olympics archery competition. Although it took me some time to find their range (then in Irvine), I also shot a 28-Field practice round with the Oranco Bowmen, and even attended one of their monthly club meetings. I was impressed with both the friendliness and organizational efficiency of this big California NFAA club. We had nothing like it in Ohio. Fortuitously, California was the hosting the 1976 NFAA Board of Directors meeting in early February at the Queensway Hilton in nearby Long Beach ... just a few hundred yards from the Queen Mary. The Ohio Director, Bob Brenneman, invited me to attend the meeting as his guest. I didn’t know it at the time, but Bob was grooming me as his replacement, and had managed to get me

Alternate Director credentials. I was even seated at the Great Lakes table. I was in awe. Back in Ohio, we rarely had an archery business meeting without a lot screaming arguments and even downright chaos. Here, the meeting was conducted in strict accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order. Even the influential and friendly adversaries John Slack of California and Bill Boyle of New York, both with the maximum five votes, were held in check. Erv Kreischer, the NFAA President and Chairman of the meeting, was not only an outstanding leader and no-nonsense manager, but also an expert in parliamentary procedure. The Sergeant of Arms was never needed. This meeting was also my first exposure to the “legislative committee” approach for acting on proposed rule changes. Just as with the U.S. Congress and Senate, all “bills” first get a recommendation for either “adoption” or “no action” at the committee level before being presented to the full body. This filtering process probably saves a full day of the Directors’ time. Erv Kreischer later congratulated the Directors for the “best meeting ever.” Even without this endorsement, I knew that I wanted to be a part of this NFAA management team. I was just a journeyman archer, but after this meeting, I felt that I could make a better contribution to our sport as an administrator rather than a shooter. It featuring: was then that I adopted my archery • Three size blades available credo: Having fun is serious business! 5/32" - 3/16" - 1/4" I continued my internship in 1977 • For aluminums or carbons by attending , and actually working at, • Positive ball detent .007 click stop adj. the Board of Directors meeting in New Orleans. Later that year, Bob Brennemen • Numbered windage micro adj. stepped down as Ohio Director, and • No tools needed for adjustments I was elected as his replacement. I • No moving parts to wear out (bushings & springs) was on a roll. Although there have • Extra strong and durable been a few bumps along the way—like working off the carpetbagger stigma The Original Brite Site "The Rest of Your Life" after moving to Georgia—it’s been a 34 Kentwood Rd. | Succasunna, NJ 07876 | (973) 584-0637 • (973) 927-6779 | email: brtesite@optonline.net very gratifying thirty years!

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perhaps the 35-yard fan. Before a big tournament, try to mentally shoot every type of target. Visualize yourself shooting each arrow with perfect form and hitting the very spot where you were aiming. This exercise is relaxing and is a definite confidence booster. When preparing for the next tournament, set your goals where they should be directed. Make your goal to shoot each and every shot with the

By Terry Wunderle

Avoid Tournament Anxiety After watching him shoot, I suggested that we go off to the side and talk for a while. He had built up so much anxiety that his muscles were too tense to execute a good shot. When we redirected his thinking and I showed him how to relax his muscles, he was able to shoot groups that made me envious. Most archers handicap themselves before they shoot their first arrow. Their pre-tournament thought process builds anxiety to the point that it creates nervousness and muscle tension. Their thinking is directed at winning the tournament, impressing their friends, or beating a buddy. Do not forget that the main reason we shoot is because we enjoy it. Our main goal should be to shoot the best possible tournament that we are capable of shooting. Realistically, this will not be good enough for most archers to take home a trophy. The capability of the top archer is higher than the average archers because they have worked very hard to raise their shooting to that level. Concentration, good form, a strong mental attitude, and lots of practice have raised the top level of archers to a new high.

best form that you can accomplish. If you achieve this goal, you will have had the best tournament that you are capable of shooting. If this is not good enough to satisfy your expectations, then seek help from a professional coach. He or she should be able to assist you in reaching the level you wish to achieve.

All archers should set their goals to shoot the best that they are capable of shooting at each tournament. If you can do that, you are a winner. If you want to shoot better, then you will have to raise your capability by working harder. The pretournament focus should be directed at a positive mental image of yourself executing a shot with perfect form. This will enhance a positive attitude and will help relax your mind and muscles. If you’re thinking process goes back to winning, quickly replace those thoughts with the image of you shooting a specific target such as a 50-yard target or Archery Magazine February/March 2006 47


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