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Sat Sun Total First Last Score X’s Score X’s Total X’s Championship Barebow Tom Johnson 456 3 475 2 931 5 Championship Bowhunter Freestyle Chris Berry 581 22 575 14 1156 36 Bowhunter Freestyle Flights Flight 1 Andy Beckman 583 15 584 17 1167 32 brad kuechler 576 17 571 14 1147 31 Shane Hazledine 574 11 568 11 1142 22 Bob Shipman 553 10 569 18 1122 28 Julene Hakl 558 9 563 6 1121 15 Mark Wagner 558 9 557 14 1115 23 James cero jr 552 9 553 10 1105 19 Flight 2 Troy McConnell 541 7 560 12 1101 567 Dan Cero 551 7 534 10 1085 17 Brian Wiedenfeld 547 5 526 3 1073 531 Nate Steven 540 11 521 4 1061 532 Brian Odens 515 3 514 7 1029 517 CORY GRIFFIN 508 2 487 8 995 489 Lynn Walter 486 3 500 2 986 503 Cub Female Freestyle Kinzie Thomas 585 24 589 27 1174 613 Hailey Johnson 582 24 576 22 1158 600 Hannah Bartos 585 22 568 23 1153 590 Kinley Hetletved 574 18 577 21 1151 595 Merissa Whitcomb 559 19 573 20 1132 592 Josie Jensen 509 10 504 12 1013 514 Cub Male Freestyle Nick Younger 592 36 593 38 1185 74 Conor Franklin 592 40 584 35 1176 75 Jake Whitcomb 577 27 582 23 1159 50 Owen Warren 546 11 505 10 1051 21 Championship Female Freestyle Erika Jones 592 30 588 24 1180 54 Holly Larson 588 23 586 21 1174 44 Christie Colin 586 18 587 25 1173 43 Jamie Van Natta 582 29 589 20 1171 49

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Sat Sun Total First Last Score X’s Score X’s Total X’s Paige Pearce 578 23 579 20 1157 43 Serena Mollenhauer 570 12 568 11 1138 23 Championship Male Freestyle Jesse Broadwater 597 48 599 43 1196 91 Braden Gellenthien 598 45 598 40 1196 85 Richard Potter 598 37 596 34 1194 71 Kris Schaff 597 29 596 42 1193 71 Logan Wilde 597 30 596 30 1193 60 Reo Wilde 596 38 596 35 1192 73 Josh Schaff 597 33 595 37 1192 70 Chance Beaubouef 596 32 596 36 1192 68 Bridger Deaton 596 36 596 29 1192 65 Jacob Phelps 595 31 596 36 1191 67 Hugo Barrientos 595 27 596 34 1191 61 Kendall Woody 598 33 592 37 1190 70 Tim Gillingham 594 34 595 37 1189 71 Henry Bass 595 34 594 35 1189 69 Dave Cousins 592 29 597 35 1189 64 JEREMY TERHUNE 592 30 597 33 1189 63 Shane Wills 597 29 592 29 1189 58 Duane Price 593 31 596 24 1189 55 Paul Tedford 592 39 596 38 1188 77 Rob Morgan 594 29 594 32 1188 61 Dan McCarthy 596 33 591 33 1187 66 Rodger Willet 593 29 594 12 1187 41 Grant Schleusner 594 34 592 28 1186 62 Keith Trail 593 32 592 28 1185 60 Greg Poole 595 31 590 28 1185 59 Ben English 588 39 596 32 1184 71 Ben Cleland 594 40 589 28 1183 68 Marc Gruber 588 28 595 29 1183 57 Michael Anderson 591 22 592 34 1183 56 Ryan Greenlief 592 26 590 26 1182 52 Sam Wolthuis 588 29 593 35 1181 64 Jedd Greshock 588 26 593 25 1181 51 Brandon Reyes 588 22 591 30 1179 52 Aaron Tedford 586 20 588 32 1174 52 Darren Collins 584 20 590 24 1174 44

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Sat Sun Total First Last Score X’s Score X’s Total X’s Dillon Sether 581 24 592 25 1173 49 Scott Turner 582 21 584 18 1166 39 Bill Hakl 578 17 585 20 1163 37 Jeff Button 576 14 585 24 1161 38 Jesse Given 580 21 580 15 1160 36 Randy Brabec 578 16 582 15 1160 31 Dan Sprinkle 577 20 582 15 1159 35 Marty Kraft 572 19 582 24 1154 43 Ross Bretsch 578 16 549 11 1127 27 Robert Christle 557 15 562 9 1119 24 NSHAN Thompson 591 30 591 30 Joel Kuecker 563 18 563 18 Freestyle Flights Flight 1 Danny Button 595 32 595 23 1190 55 Mark Pasmore 595 29 592 29 1187 58 Dan Jasa 592 34 591 33 1183 67 steven MANFULL 587 29 592 32 1179 61 Matthew Mundell 585 21 593 19 1178 40 Robert Gregg 587 26 588 33 1175 59 Mike Pestilli 584 24 589 16 1173 40 Rick Rugroden 584 22 583 26 1167 48 Rhett Knoll 584 21 583 22 1167 43 Adam Jirovsky 586 28 578 18 1164 46 Dan Bieszk 583 20 581 19 1164 39 Ronald Barndt 583 19 580 24 1163 43 Steven Christian 585 18 575 18 1160 36 Mark Franklin 590 22 556 20 1146 42 stan harmon jr 585 22 550 19 1135 41 Flight 2 Dan Lane 580 18 586 20 1166 38 Eric Meyers 583 16 581 18 1164 34 Skip Zmuginsky 578 18 585 26 1163 44 greg hester 580 19 581 29 1161 48 Ray Manfull 582 14 579 15 1161 29 Bill Lewis 576 15 583 23 1159 38 Matthew Graesch 579 22 579 19 1158 41 Jarod Myer 582 19 576 17 1158 36

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Sat Sun Total First Last Score X’s Score X’s Total X’s Shane Minor 577 15 579 21 1156 36 Paul Penrod 580 20 576 15 1156 35 Chris Botkins 580 13 574 17 1154 30 keith green 580 18 573 19 1153 37 Thomas Drummond 575 17 577 16 1152 33 Paul Fay 574 18 577 13 1151 31 Paul Foss 577 14 570 11 1147 25 Flight 3 Virgil Stewart 573 14 578 13 1151 27 STUART SVEEGGEN 570 15 579 18 1149 33 John Tucek 574 15 571 20 1145 35 Greg Bryan 571 11 573 17 1144 28 Robbie monrad 573 15 570 11 1143 26 Forrest Goodman 574 12 569 11 1143 23 austin fettig 572 15 567 12 1139 27 Jessica Button 568 9 569 11 1137 20 Dale Determan 568 10 566 12 1134 22 Preston Nankivel 565 17 566 12 1131 29 annalesha green 570 11 561 13 1131 24 Kevin Pitts 564 13 563 8 1127 21 LYNN UMBARGER 568 9 554 14 1122 23 Ron Sykora 566 15 547 7 1113 22 Warren Rush 565 11 537 18 1102 29 Flight 4 JOSEPH VEITH 555 13 574 14 1129 27 Lee Hetletved 563 14 564 14 1127 28 Tom Nauman 558 10 569 11 1127 21 marty howell 557 3 568 13 1125 16 Eric Schulte 559 13 562 11 1121 24 Jason Reber 555 11 566 11 1121 22 Edward Christman 557 43 563 14 1120 57 Richard Orth 558 4 560 9 1118 13 WILSON TOLEN 556 16 561 14 1117 30 Richard Pauley 559 11 556 12 1115 23 joe zafft 556 44 558 12 1114 56 Stephen Helland 555 4 559 11 1114 15 DON FROMM 558 9 555 15 1113 24 continued on page 6

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John Smith 564 9 548 9 1112 18 Brad Johannesen 556 9 552 9 1108 18 Chad Morgan 559 7 546 5 1105 1 Flight 5 Dan Younger 551 7 559 12 1110 19 Jeff Allen 551 14 556 10 1107 24 Loren Pagel 538 5 566 11 1104 16 matthew reber 539 9 563 8 1102 17 Lora Smith 547 9 552 10 1099 19 Keith Gilmere 546 11 548 11 1094 22 MATT SEWYER 553 6 538 6 1091 12 JIM TUBBS 535 9 547 7 1082 16 Jamie Van Lent 535 4 539 9 1074 13 Denise Morozov 541 7 530 5 1071 12 Ben Jared 551 8 512 4 1063 12 James Underwood 512 5 530 8 1042 13 TOM SAUNDERS 517 8 524 3 1041 11 Marilynn Pagel 514 3 525 4 1039 7 Jerry Brabec 529 8 508 8 1037 16 ROBERT DESTON 506 8 527 6 1033 14 Mike Adams 511 6 519 4 1030 10 JOHN CARLSON 510 3 519 4 1029 7 Penny Hetletved 485 4 476 3 961 7 Katie Adams 443 1 462 3 905 4 Freestyle Limited Flights Bruce Clarson 554 11 559 7 1113 18 Paul Lewkowicz 545 4 535 3 1080 7 Dave Fletcher 537 9 534 7 1071 16 Todd Heck 516 6 475 1 991 7 David Anderson 466 4 461 2 927 6 Lana Lynde 329 1 331 1 660 2 Championship Freestyle Limited Dustin Landsinger 553 8 552 8 1105 16 Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Flights David Wearne 493 7 501 3 994 10 Jeff Zylla 490 6 454 3 944 9 Gary Antoine 403 3 345 3 748 6 Jessica Bowser 315 1 360 1 675 2 Megan Arens 197 1 304 0 501 1

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Championship Senior Freestyle JACKIE WHITE 588 21 591 30 1179 51 Randy Ulmer 583 22 589 24 1172 46 Thomas Crowe 585 23 587 23 1172 46 Joe Kapp 585 25 586 27 1171 52 Richard Smith 584 26 586 18 1170 44 ALLAN RUDDOCK 583 19 587 25 1170 44 Tom Coblentz 587 20 583 16 1170 36 Dee Wilde 583 19 585 23 1168 42 Don Ward 586 23 577 24 1163 47 Ed Horn 579 26 581 28 1160 54 Jim Given 571 9 579 19 1150 28 Curt Peterson 577 18 569 17 1146 35 Ken Denning 577 15 577 15 Steve Boylan 559 8 559 8 Young Adult Female Freestyle MOLLY VEITH 561 7 575 12 1136 19 Young Adult Female Recurve Courtney Anderson 468 2 461 5 929 7 Cedar Bartos 442 6 422 2 864 8 Young Adult Male Freestyle Hunter Tuveson 591 21 582 24 1173 45 Kody Kocol 557 12 566 12 1123 24 Elliot Cull 504 6 539 6 1043 12 Youth Female Freestyle Gabby Keiser 556 7 570 18 1126 25 Anna Whitcomb 542 12 564 15 1106 27 Danielle Herrlein 510 6 505 3 1015 9 Youth Female Freestyle Limited Paige Huffman 438 0 345 1 783 1 Youth Female Recurve Haley Schroeder 490 2 478 3 968 5 Kendra Hunhoff 463 4 481 6 944 10 Emma Harris 355 1 437 2 792 3 Sienna Folkerts 182 0 202 1 384 1 Youth Male Freestyle Beau Collins 586 20 577 19 1163 39 Austyn Hester 548 16 548 14 1096 30 Youth Male Freestyle Limited Heath bullington 344 1 375 2 719 3

bruce cull greetings fellow archers, We had an excellent turnout for the National Marked 3-D Championship-over 500 participants! Redding once again proved to be an awesome tournament with some incredible scores-Jesse Broadwater shot a record by only missing one arrow for the entire duration of the Tournament! The 68th annual Outdoor Nationals in Darrington is sure to be another great Tournament. The ranges are in excellent condition and the Club is guaranteeing excellent weather as usual. This will be the first tournament in which the implementing of all the new divisions and styles will be used, so hopefully this will increase our number of shooters. This is also the first tournament in which our new Pro Chairman will assume his new duties. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and welcome Randall Wellings as the new NFAA Pro Chairman. I would also like to thank Chuck Cooley for his service as past Pro Chairman. August 6 through 9 we are hosting the first Youth Compound Academy at our headquarters (complex) in South Dakota. This is the first of many of these types of instructional camps that will be run by the Complex coaches and other top level instructors. The youth will be coached and instructed as well as taught different disciplines of shooting Field, Indoor, 3-D etc.. Anyone interested please go to our website or call Headquarters. I would like to encourage all of our clubs to host both an outdoor and indoor club championship tournament. This is a great tournament that is very underutilized and is a great way to raise some revenue for the club and offer a club champion in all NFAA recognized styles and divisions. Headquarters has an inventory of these patches that are designed after the National and State Patch and I’m sure everyone would enjoy displaying them. With the bowhunting season just about to start, I would like to encourage you all to participate in the Art Young Big & Small Game Awards Program also. If you haven’t participated in this before, please go to our website and take a look at all the beautiful patches we have. This is an excellent Program for both the beginner and the experienced Bowhunter. The NEW NFAA website will be up and running on September 1. The new website will be home to membership signup; tournament information, registration and results and additional NFAA news. Over the next couple months we will be adding extra features, so check in on our progress at www.nfaausa.com.

The Army National Guard has completed about 70 % of the new Ranges at Headquarters and they have done a fantastic job! You can find more details in this issue of Archery on page 18. This has been an overwhelming Project and will be incredible when completed. The debut of the Ranges will be for the 2014 National Outdoor and the IFAA World Outdoor July 30 through August 8. I would like to say a special thank you to all those volunteered their time and expertise with this project; especially Steve Coleman, Frank and Becky Pearson and Ron Lewon. The NFAA Foundation Museum has moved to the final stage-we are planning to have the Museum opening and dedication during the 2014 National Outdoor in July 2014. We are currently inventorying, sorting and preparing the artifacts. If anyone is interesting in assisting, please contact Natalie Vollmer at Headquarters. Along with the unpacking of the museum artifacts, it has become very obvious that the NFAA is in need of an official historian. Over the past 20 years Paul Davidson had volunteered for this position and did a fantastic job of compiling records, documents and photos. The NFAA Foundation is also in need of financial support as well as equipment for both the Museum and the Grounds. Dave Gordon, Foundation Board Trustee, will later this year be implementing a Fundraising Program that will hopefully appeal to archery businesses as well as archers. In the meantime, if anyone has an interest in donating equipment or funds please contact Natalie Vollmer or myself at Headquarters. There have been several issues arise over the last year concerning our Certified Instructor Program, more specifically our agreement with USA Archery and the reciprocity of membership and programs. Currently, I have appointed Dave Hyrn to work on these issues with Chairman Jerry Wentzel. Some of the problems have arisen from requirements placed on USA Archery from the United States Olympic Committee. These requirements are coming from the issues of safetyin regards to conduct. Brian Sheffler any myself have been working with USA Archery CEO Denise Parker to resolve these issues. There will be much more to come in the next issue of Archery. Have a great bow hunting and indoor target season! n scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 7


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Brett and his 178-4/8 California state bowhunting record desert Bighorn Sheep.

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I was dumbstruck

as I watched my first Desert Bighorn Ram. I was on my first scouting trip, on a bright sunny August morning, in the San Gorgonio Mountains of southern California. I had been applying for years for a “once in a lifetime” California Desert Bighorn Sheep tag with no expectations of ever being drawn. However, just two weeks earlier, I had been notified by the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) that my name had been drawn and now here I am, on an uppermost ridge line, just 50 yards from a 150” class ram. By day’s end I had seen a total of six rams on this ridge and one was a shooter. During subsequent scouting trips walking this same ridge line over and over I learned that this could very well lead to a “once in a lifetime” Ram! In July of 2011, I learned that one of my bowhunting buddies,

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Nate Treadwell, had been drawn for a sheep tag in the Cady Mountains. Sitting behind my desk at work, I decided to check the DFG web-site to see if I knew any of the lucky applicants who were drawn for the other coveted sheep tags. As I scrolled through I saw what looked like a conformation that I had also been drawn. I knew that was not possible as it would mean that two guys, who were friends and archers had drawn in the same year! So I backed out of the screen and then checked again, and again, and again—yes! I drew a SHEEP TAG for the San Gorgonio Mountains which was only an hour from my home. The very next day, an outfitter from one of the local sheep guiding services contacted me by phone and provided me with his guide service information. I told him that I was not sure how long it would take me to get a ram but because I was committed to shooting MY

ram with a bow I could not limit myself to the usual ten day hunt that he offered. I could not see his face or body language but I could hear the doubt in his voice when he said, “You are hunting with a BOW? Good luck!” Well believe me, when I am told I can’t do something, most often, that just lights a fire under me and I am more determined than ever to do it! So, he just lit my fire! After all the required phone calls to my hunting buddies, I had a crew put together that included my son Travis Scott, and friends Jack Hankins, Ed Fanchin, Dave Semple, Bill Payne, Doug Meeks, and Wayne Raupe. They would all help me every chance they would get with the scouting and accompanying me on my actual hunt. All of these guys have been applying for the sheep tags for years, some for as many as 25 years. Even though they had not continued on page 10

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California desert Bighorn Sheep live in some of the roughest terrain imaginable.

drawn they were as excited about me having been drawn as I was. After several scouting trips I found the ridge line was my number one spot to hunt but I wanted to be sure so we hiked the WHOLE ZONE from the top of the mountain all the way to the desert floor. These scouting trips confirmed that the desert side and the ridge line were going to be the best bet as we always saw sheep there. The DFG required that all sheep tag recipients attend a mandatory sheep orientation seminar, held in October, prior to being given our actual sheep tags. The DFG presided over the seminar, and the Wild Sheep Foundation, the BLM, the Parks Department and the US Forest Service were there to provide us with information. A short history lesson was given by DFG and the Wild Sheep Foundation on how and why we are now able to hunt the Desert Bighorn Sheep that was, until 1986, a “fully protected” animal. They gave us the ground rules of the hunt, where we could hunt in 10 Archery Magazine

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our zones, and how to field judge a legal ram. During the seminar all of the hunters had to introduce themselves and state their weapon of choice. When it was my turn I introduced myself, then, eyebrows throughout the room raised when I told them that this was an ARCHERY ONLY HUNT for me and I would only be using my bow and arrow. Several of the skeptics in the room asked, “Aren’t you bringing a gun for backup?” “What if you don’t get a sheep and it is the end of the season?” I simply replied, “It is archery only and if I don’t get a ram then I’ll just have to eat my tag.” Again, those that didn’t think it could be done smirked and rolled their eyes as if saying… That’ll be the day! Glassing that first ram on my first scouting trip did something to me. I got hooked on it and I couldn’t wait to start my hunt. Two weeks before my zone opened the other zones opened up for hunting and that was killing me! I couldn’t just lay around the house thinking about those lucky guys

so I decided to make one more trip to the desert and hike farther north. As I followed the ridge line north I spotted two big rams. One was an absolute GIANT!! I did a quick estimate and determined the biggest one would score in the upper 180’s or even into the 190’s. After watching them bed down on a knoll I slowly slid out of the area with a BIG GRIN on my face. Yep, I had really found the place to hunt! I told my boss about the big ram and he could see the excitement in my eyes. He knew I had been scouting the entire summer and with the season getting ready to start he asked me, “Are you going to be around for the next two months?” To which I smiled and replied, “I’ll let you know after I get my sheep!” Opening day finally arrived! There was a slight drizzle, a little wind… and I had my bow in my hand and was hunting for a California Desert Bighorn Ram. Four of my hunting buddies would be helping me on this first day of my long awaited hunt. Bill, Doug, and Dave helped me set up camp in a small draw below my favorite ridge line. We then scaled the slopes to the ridge line where we began glassing and immediately spotted a small ram heading south on the west facing slope of the ridge. I decided to hunt north along the ridge line with Doug to the area where I saw the two large rams two weeks earlier. Dave and Bill were going to follow the small ram south to see where it was going and to do some glassing in that direction. Wayne, my fourth buddy, was located about a mile away in an adjacent drainage where he could glass from the bottom up. Doug and I had a two mile

hike to reach the knoll where I had earlier glassed the two rams. However, about half a mile from the knoll we spotted five smaller rams and one was a shooter. I field judged him to be in the 160 inch class. After about an hour of watching them we started the stalk by dropping down the backside and doing some side hilling. We climbed back to the top of the ridge and as we crested, so did the rams. We were busted and they in no time put a half mile between us. By this time it was late in the day, the wind was trying to blow us off the ridge and it was raining harder and coming at us sideways so we started hunting back towards camp. We met up with Dave and Bill on a ridge where they had been glassing. Wayne, meanwhile, had seen a few nice rams glassing from below and tried texting me but due to bad cell service I didn’t get the text until later. Between the five of us we saw 21 sheep that first day. The next day of my hunt started with a little drizzle but no wind. We left camp and climbed the ridge to a vantage point for glassing. Doug immediately found a herd of seven rams about a mile away, as the crow flies, from our location. One of the rams looked as though it would be in the 170 class. Well, the crow was not flying so that mile turned into three miles as I tried to get there without being seen in all that large open country. But with a huge surge of adrenaline it only took me oneand-a-half hours to make the trek. When I got to the spot where I was to look back at Doug, to get a status update, he directed me to come over the top because the sheep were side hilling and feeding slowly toward me. As I crested the continued on page 13

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by Terry Wunderle Most archers can shoot respectably on a level surface. Only the good archers can shoot from the awkward foot and body positions encountered on a hilly 3-D range. The combination of difficult target settings and rolling hills has dished out a platter-sized helping of humility to many archers.

At one time, one of my favorite championship tournaments was the third leg of the Triple Crown at Nelsonville, Ohio. Many archers considered this to be among the most difficult competitions; and it was, if you had a weakness. The tournament organizers did not set small targets at long ranges or place the targets where the vegetation restricted your shot. Instead, they used the terrain to offer every type of difficult shot. If you had a weak point they would help you find it. An archer encountered shots ranging from open fields to dark woods, uphill to downhill, lighted areas into darkness and vise versa. There were numerous

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side hill shots as well. The archers that ended up on the awards platform were truly all-around good archers. They had mastered the art of shooting the hills. In order to shoot well on angled terrain, an archer must do four things correctly. The first is to maintain perfect balance. The position of your feet and your body must allow you to stand motionless. The best option is for your weight to be evenly distributed on both feet so one isn’t required to carry the brunt of the load. On sharp uphill and downhill slopes, most archers accomplish this by moving their feet closer together. To have poor balance would be like trying to shoot a moving target, only the pin would be in motion. The next step is to set and position your shoulders at the same angle to the target as you do when shooting on a level surface. If you create a greater angle between the bow arm and shoulder, more side pressure will be required to align the bow. It will also change your anchor point. Because the draw length will feel too long, you will then have to anchor farther back to maintain back pressure. Also, pay close attention to your foot alignment when addressing the target. If you place your feet with a more open stance, your shoulders will automatically be lined up in a more open position. When this occurs, the archer usually pulls the shot left. Third, always make sure that your back is straight so that your weight is shifted on your heels, allowing your shot to be executed the same as when you are shooting on a level surface. A common error is the tendency to bend forward and place more weight on your toes. This inhibits the shoulders from maintaining good back pressure and prevents you from executing the shot with the same degree of explosion as you do when the back is straight. To prevent another typical error made on the uphill and downhill shots, an archer must bend at the waist to raise or lower the bow arm. Think of your body continued on page 45

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hill and scanned the hillside expecting to have the sheep in my lap my heart sank. The rams changed course and were now 240 yards below me still slowly feeding out in the open where I had no chance to make a stalk. All I could do was sit there and admire

getting close to those rams before dark and I didn’t want to hike back to camp in the dark because we had cliffs all around us. Besides, my legs felt like Jell-O as they had not recovered from the first stalk of the day. We decided to leave and return in the morning.

I drew my bow back, let my pins settle on his ribs and released the bow string.

It’s amazing that the sheep survive in this country.

these majestic animals and study their horns as they fed out of sight. I had just gotten a huge dose of REALITY! I realized this once in a lifetime bow hunt could be very long and very tough both mentally and physically! It was now 2:00 in the afternoon on Sunday and Bill, Dave and Doug all had to head home so they could get ready for work the next morning. As I was thanking them for their help and saying goodbye, Jack, another of my hunting buddies arrived. It was now just me and Jack. With two and a half hours of daylight left I told Jack we needed to head south to pick up my back pack that I left at the beginning of my first stalk of the day. When we got to the general location of the pack I told Jack to continue on up to a high spot and glass farther south while I dropped off the ridge and down a little cliff to get my pack. When I got back to where Jack was he told me that he had just seen a herd of 15 sheep with three giant rams! So, off we went on another stalk with adrenalin flowing. We came to some cliffs that blocked any hopes of us

We woke to a clear sky and no wind… awesome! But after hiking six miles and glassing every nook and cranny with our spotting scopes we couldn’t find a sheep to save our lives! I started second guessing the situation, panicking, thinking we may have blown all the sheep out of the area with all of our hiking back and forth on the ridge spreading our scent as we went. By the time we got back to camp it was five o’clock and it was getting dark. We had our Mountain House Meals and then made plans for the next day’s hunt and hit the sack. I didn’t sleep a wink that night! I kept thinking about all the different scenarios that I had played in my head, over and over again, for the last five months. Morning couldn’t come quickly enough! Daybreak had not arrived yet but we were up and headed south to the area where the three big rams were heading the previous afternoon. At first light I spotted some sheep going around the corner of a ridge toward some cliffs on the far side. I was sure I could make it over the top in time to intercept them. I continued on page 49 scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 13


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TULE ELK

Sat Sun Ttl Name Score Score Score Bakley Devin 287 286 573 Kuechler Brad 302 284 586 Flight 2 Hazledine Shane 283 299 582 Currier Mike 271 298 569 Hetletved Lee 255 265 520 Trail Doug 256 251 507 Currier Scott 233 262 495 Feterl Paul 238 228 466 Johnson Corey 233 224 457 Montoya Jemuel 219 234 453 Van Drunen Bill 221 174 395 Gee John 198 166 364 Adult Male Freestyle Flight 1 Harmon jr Stan 318 332 650 Jirvosky Adam 328 320 648 Mundell Matthew 307 307 614 Jasa Dan 302 304 606 Tolen Wilson 306 293 599 Morgan Chad 306 282 588 Flight 2 Voight Carlos 294 287 581 Hofer Keith 261 286 547 Fertch Shawn 285 230 515 Cutler Scott 225 260 485 Tucek Jon 233 232 465 Borden Michael 197 173 370 Adult Male Longbow Hernandez Jon 184 164 348 Braun Albert 145 100 245 Adult Male Traditional Noble Jeffrey 190 190 380 Antoine Gary 167 185 352 Cub Male Barebow Bartos Fisher 115 143 258

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Sat Sun Ttl Name Score Score Score Cub Male Freestyle Hardesty Dilon 286 249 535 Johnson Jacob 177 192 369 Cub Male Freestyle Limited Recurve Bartos Elias 94 115 209 Master Senior Male Barebow Mathrole John 145 80 225 Master Senior Male Freestyle Diefenderfer Terry 262 265 527 Hoblit Gary 240 241 481 Master Senior Freestyle Limited Iverson Don 214 197 411 Professional Male Freestyle Reyes Brandon 344 336 680 Gillingham Tim 336 336 672 Lewis Bill 321 314 635 Bass Henry 291 302 593 Bretsch Ross 256 267 523 Senior Male Barebow Johnson Tom 208 187 395 continued on page 25

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On September 14, 2011, longtime CBH and BGC member Doug Meeks was successful in taking a 262 5/8” Roosevelt’s Elk. While any quality bull elk is worthy of bragging rights, Doug’s elk also landed him a place in history as he became the first bowhunter in North America (and quite possibly the world) to take all three species of California elk with a bow and arrow. Doug’s journey began on January 1, 2005 when he harvested a Tule Elk measuring 181 5/8”. The Tule Elk is the smallest of the three elk species found in California. It is also a fact that the Tule Elk is found in only one place in North America – California! On December 28, 2009 Doug took his second leg of his unique trifecta when he arrowed a 316 1/8” American Elk. The American Elk is also known as the Rocky Mountain Elk in other states. Less than two years later he created history by completing his “Elk Slam” with his Roosevelt’s Elk. Congratulations again to Doug Meeks – the proud owner of the very first California bowhunting Elk Grand Slam!

Sat Sun Ttl Name Score Score Score Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Gerkin Cameo 278 244 522 Bretsch Tressia 220 232 452 Hetletved Penny 224 180 404 Trail Samantha 185 195 380 Trail Kathleen 215 157 372 Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Lynde Lana 161 155 316 Cub Female Freestyle Thomas Kinzie 302 291 593 Hetletved Kinley 282 281 563 Professional Female Freestyle Sieloff Debra 261 252 513 Senior Bowhunter Freestyle Walter Lynn 176 159 335 Senior Female Freestyle Jones Marcia 247 263 510 Faber Kathy 243 224 467 Young Adult Female Barebow Trail Sarah 63 61 124 Young Adult Female Freestyle Borden Michaela 99 121 220 Youth Female Freestyle Keiser Gabby 251 244 495 Youth Female Freestyle Limited Recurve Folkerts Sienna 91 74 165 Adult Male Bowhunter Bridgewater Donald 230 203 433 Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle Flight 1 Meyer Randy 314 301 615 Bauer Cory 302 311 613 Grekin Steve 301 306 607 Stevens Jeffrey 308 294 602 Hardesty Jon 293 288 581 Hanten Todd 288 289 577

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by Brittany Salonen NFAA

Beyond Your Wilde-est Dreams ■ Reo Wilde Pocatello, Idaho | Professional Male Freestyle 2013 Accomplishments The Vegas Shoot—1st place European Shootout ■ Nimes, France—1st place Lancaster Classic ■ Lancaster, PA—2nd place

Indoor World Cup Finals ■ Las Vegas, NV—3rd place Arizona Cup ■ AZ—2nd place NFAA Marked 3D Nationals ■ Redding, CA—3rd place

With an archery resume as tall as the famous Big Foot target in Redding, CA, Reo is one of the most decorated and well-known compound archers in the world. Reo has competed as a professional archer for nearly 20 years. Reo, son of Dee Wilde, grew up working in their family archery shop from the ages of 12 to 19. Taking a hiatus from competitive archery at 12 to participate in other sports, Reo began competing again at the age of 19. Reo’s first big shoot was the 1993 Vegas Shoot at the Sans Convention Center. He competed in the Adult Freestyle Flights and won the title—quite a feat for a young archer. There was no turning back after his victory. Reo competed in his first professional event later that year, with a little loving push from his father. “My first professional shoot, my dad said he would pay the entry fee if he got to keep my winnings. I was okay with that as long as I got to keep ‘the big gold bowl.’ I ended up winning that event!” Reo remembers.

ould it be out-of-bounds to call the Wildes the most reputable family in the National Field Archery Association? With Reo Wilde, Logan Wilde, Brenda Wilde (wife to Logan) and Dee Wilde all shooting at the top of their respective divisions, the Wilde bunch are by far the most decorated family currently competing in NFAA tournaments. The family competes at nearly all-major NFAA shoots, and has for several decades. Dee Wilde, father to Reo and Logan, now shoots in the Senior Pro division and has been an NFAA Pro since the boys were young. Reo and Logan compete against each other in the Men’s Pro Freestyle division. Although the brothers enjoy competing with each other, it sometimes can damper the excitement of a big win. “It’s hard to compete against your family. When you win you want to be excited about winning but at the same time you’re disappointed your brother had to lose. After a big win, I’ve found myself thinking ‘wow that sucks he just lost’,” comments Reo Wilde. One huge advantage of shooting as a family is the camaraderie. “We often times call each other up to talk about our setup or upcoming tournaments. It’s always great to have each other in the coaches’ box for a shoot off or final of an event. We also live within 2 hours of each other, so we are able to travel to shoots 16 Archery Magazine

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together,” Reo explains. The boys grew up with Dee Wilde on the road as a professional archer. Reo remembers his father gone many weekends a year competing at national and regional shoots. The sport didn’t pay enough at the time, so the family rarely had the opportunity to travel with Dee. Reo finds himself in a similar situation now as he has his wife, Sheri Wilde, and two little girls at home. Until three years ago; Reo worked full-time at UPS, practiced at night and traveled to shoots on the weekends. He found it very difficult to be away from his family. Reo was fortunate to make the jump to full-time archery is 2010. “I woke up at 3:30am to go to work and came home at 10am. I tried to always have lunch with my wife and then take a quick hour nap. I would run up to the range and shoot from 12 pm to 4 or 5pm and come home to have dinner with my family. There were many nights I would fall asleep on the couch by 7pm. I had to travel a lot of weekends, only to come home and go right back to my day job. I worked really hard to be good at archery and make time for my family, but like I said, there is only so much time in the day. I am so grateful now, for the opportunity [my sponsors] have given me [to compete full time],” explains Reo on his website ReoWilde. com “It was my focus to put in the time and effort to make this my full-time job. Now I am able to spend a

lot of time with my family during the week because all I have to do is practice and I don’t have to go to work every day.” An interesting difference with archery, versus other major sports, is the length of competition. With 2-5 days of competition, rather than 2-5 hours, professional archers must stay focused the entire time. Often times, this means making the hard decision of leaving their family at home. Reo compares his archery competitions to a day at the office. “It’s hard for me to focus and get down to business at events if my family is there. I want to spend all my time with them; I worry about what they are doing or if they are okay. It’s easier to come to the events alone and really focus on ‘work’ so I can enjoy my downtime with them. If I worked at an office, my family wouldn’t come and sit in my office all day. Archery is my ‘office’; I need to be able to talk to sponsors, work in the booth and visit with fans.” Reo’s wife Sheri once told him, “If we want to go to Vegas and play, we’ll go to Vegas on vacation and play another time.” The Wilde family is a true testament to sportsmanship, hard work and professionalism. The Wilde philosophy is simple; archery is their passion, success is their motivation and family is their number one priority. n

How can we grow the sport of competitive archery? “We need to show what is happening at the events. When I won Vegas, I had over 75 text messages congratulating me before I even left the field. Thanks to the live streaming on YouTube, people from all over the country were able to watch the shoot off. There is a huge disconnect with the tournaments and the public. We need more publicity at events to promote the archers, the events and the results.” How can we get youth more involved in our events? “Why does a kid play basketball? He wants to be like Michael Jordan. They want the lifestyle and the notoriety of being a professional athlete. We need to create a pro class that will motivate kids to put their focus on archery. We need to spotlight the premier athletes to help push the kids to be their best and to keep them in the sport. We also need additional events to connect the kids with the pro class, events like ‘Practice with the Pros’ at Indoor Nationals.”

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South Dakota

National Guard Breaks Ground at NFAA Headquarters

The South Dakota Army National Guard completed their two-week Annual Training at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex. These summer programs give the National Guard the opportunity to conduct training at various locations to maintain proficiency on the equipment in which they operate. The 153rd Engineering Battalion, 842nd Horizontal Engineering Company; 1st Platoon along with detachments from other SD National Guard Units were designated to travel from Belle Fourche, SD to 800 Archery Lane in partnership with the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex and the NFAA Foundation. This Platoon of Soldiers, led by 2nd Lieutenant Seth Uschuk and Sergeant First Class Travis Pokorney will complete the majority of the earth-moving construction during their two-week annual training, June 9 through 23. After this time period, work will be completed throughout the course of the year by various other members of the National Guard until its culmination in June of 2014. Annual training projects like the one in Yankton, SD provide real world training opportunities for our service members in order to better prepare them for their wartime missions while simultaneously providing support to qualifying non-profit organizations. The SD National Guard will exercise their skills with the construction of three new NFAA field ranges as well as an NFAA outdoor target range (FITA). The complete project will include machinemade hills and valleys, new roads, a comfort

station and concession stand, archery shooting towers, improvements to the Complex fishing pond, seeding of grass and the planting of several hundred new trees. When finished, the courses will rival some of the top outdoor ranges throughout the country. The NFAA will debut the new ranges when they host the NFAA Outdoor National Championships and the IFAA World Field Championships July 30 to August 8, 2014. “This is quite a project with some amazing equipment! It’s awesome to see young men and women using their skills and training for their real jobs. What an incredible program, providing help to not only a non-profit national sporting organization but also to the Midwest, South Dakota, Yankton County, and the City of Yankton. The Project totals $1.12 million dollars and will be completed in phases during the next year. This project will help provide good, wholesome, familyoriented recreation; and economic development. Archers should be ready for some challenging and fun courses in 2014,” exclaims Bruce Cull, NFAA President. Special thanks to partners: SD National Guard, SD Governor’s Office of Economic Development, City of Yankton, Yankton County, Easton Foundations, SD Game Fish and Parks, Dave Gordon Foundation, Pittman-Roberts Act, SD Department of Corrections through the Inmate Work Release Program and all the individual donations and volunteer labor for making this project a reality. n

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NFAA Marked 3D National Championships Final Results Total Score

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1359 SCIACCA, JAN 1461 HAKL, JULENE 1455 PALMER, TRACY 1451 MARTIN, LINDSAY 1439 WILTSE, BECKY 1425 CARROLL, BARB 1422 DENNEY, AJIA 1420 WANNAMAKER, DIANA 1417 REMUND, SHELBY 1414 WAGNER, JULIE 1402 O’STEEN, KIM 1188 BOWLES, LORI 1103 SOKSODA, BRIDGET 1366 LERG, DEBBIE 1508 LAINCHBURY, LINDA 1496 SEVERTSON, PAM 1488 PAYNE, RUTH 1487 GORE, HEATHER 1486 WILDE, BRENDA 1479 THORNTON, JENNIFER 1474 GARDINER, TAMI 1473 PALMER, KAREN 1473 ARGYLE, LINDSAY 1472 HAM, REBEKAH 1472 PRESTON, CHAREE 1472 MORGAN, SHAUNA 1471 PRESTON, LYNELL

AFBH AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS-C AFBHFSL AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS

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1471 STEWART, KAREN 1463 DORAMUS, JENNIFER 1460 ROTH, KATIE 1460 SCHAFF, HAYLEE 1449 REED, VICKI 1444 BRADLEY, ANGELA 1439 ENGLISH, MINDI 1433 FOSTER, H ANGEL 1425 MCADAMS, MONICA 1418 SIZEMORE, MARY 1413 SMITH, JANICE 1403 BASSETT, NICOLE 1401 GAINES, KARLA 1398 GUEST, TERESA 1387 SMITH, JOLENE 1357 BUCKINGHAM, SAMATHA 1355 KEITH, BECKY 1304 O’DONNELL, LISA 1217 CRINKLAW, JILL 1170 WILLIAMS, KAREN 1097 ENRIGHT, TIMALYN 1126 PRICHARD-BELLER, LORI 853 DINOSO, DJESSEBEL 1372 DALEY, TOM 1339 EAGLETON, ALAN 1339 BAXTER, GLENN 1328 ROGERS, BEN

Style

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1265 BOYD, EDDIE AMBB 1374 SCIACCA, CHUCK AMBH 1235 KIRTLEY, JACK AMBH 1122 BRIDGEWATER, DON AMBH 521 GARVER, DICK AMBH-B 1508 SCHMITZ, MATT AMBHFS 1505-2ND CAHOON, AARON AMBHFS 1505-3RD DAVIS, AARON AMBHFS 1502 SMITH, BRIAN AMBHFS 1501 HUMAN, JEFF AMBHFS 1498 CURL, GARY AMBHFS 1490 MAHLER, DON AMBHFS 1488 MARTIN, BRYCE AMBHFS 1483 HILL, JUSTIN AMBHFS 1483 BARTALDO, C J AMBHFS 1481 DAVIS, TIM AMBHFS 1479 WOLD, DARIN AMBHFS 1477 BERRY, CHRIS AMBHFS 1472 ROSIN, DOUGLAS AMBHFS 1472 BASETT, MATT AMBHFS 1470 PULLEY, ALVIN AMBHFS 1469 KUECHLER, BRAD AMBHFS 1468 WELCH, DAVE AMBHFS 1467 BUELL, JEFF AMBHFS 1465 REMUND, DANNY AMBHFS 1461 TSUKER, IGOR AMBHFS 1460 MODAFF, FRED AMBHFS 1460 HOLBROOK, MIKE AMBHFS

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1459 DENNY, BRENT 1459 HICKS, CHUCK 1457 DUNAWAY, JERRY 1447 BEDNORZ, JERRY 1443 BROWN, STEVE 1440 MENDELL, NATHAN 1439 JESKE, CHRIS 1423 BOWLES, JEFF 1421 WILTSE, DAN 1419 RAUCH, STEVEN 1410 BETHEA, JOE 1392 PALMER, STEVE 1370 THOMAS, ANTHONY 1368 SANDERS, MIKE 1349 PETERSON, DAN 1255 HARDIE, STEPHEN HAM, JASON WILLIAMSON, BRUCE 1432 HOLMES, BRANT 1416 MATTINGLY, JOE 1363 KLEGIAN, MARK 1261 SOKSODA, BILLLY HAYES, RYAN 1412 LAINCHBURY, MIKE 1409 GUEST, TODD 1404 CARROLL, BOB 1379 LIPPINCOTT, BLAINE 1527 SIEMERING, KEN

Style

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1524 KELLY, CONNOR AMFS 1524 EAVES, MARK AMFS 1523 PESTILLI, MIKE AMFS 1522 MUNDELL, MATTHEW AMFS 1520 PASMORE, MARK AMFS 1518 LIND, TAYLOR AMFS 1518 HEUVEL, JOHN AMFS 1517 PIMENTEL, RYAN AMFS 1517 MCCURDY, SCOTT AMFS 1516 RAINES, JOHN AMFS 1516 WEAVER, JOHN AMFS 1516 SMITH, JESSEY AMFS 1516 NICHOLSON, ZACK AMFS 1515 ELZA, SEAN AMFS 1514 THORNTON, DARREN AMFS 1514 ROBERTS-OLSEN, CHRISTIAN AMFS 1513 HALL, AARON AMFS 1512 DALEY, TOMMY AMFS 1511 GORE, DAVID AMFS 1510 WOLFRAM, ROBERT AMFS 1509 SIZEMORE, JAKE AMFS 1508 FACER, BEN AMFS 1508 PHILLIPS, DEREK AMFS 1507 NELSON, DAVE AMFS 1507 RIDENOUR, MARC AMFS 1507 DENTON, DOUG AMFS 1506 DREYER, THOMAS AMFS 1505 LONG, RANDY AMFS 1505 ANDERSON, MATT AMFS 1505 HEYREND, BUCK AMFS 1504 HARRIS, CHRIS AMFS

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1504 1504 1504 1504 1503 1503 1501 1501 1501 1500 1500 1500 1500 1498 1498 1498 1497 1496 1496 1496 1496 1496 1496 1496 1493 1493 1492 1491 1491

DELCOLLO, BRIAN BRABEC, RANDY DOYLE, STEPHEN WANNAMAKER, DAVID FISHER, NICK REED, LEVI AUDEH, MAURICE RUBIO, MARK WHIPPLE, DANA PACHECO, KIT POWELL, BRANDON WHITE, KENT SAMPSON, MARK MALONE, TIM RAY, CHRIS STYHL, NICK CATHRAN, DEWAYNE WATHEN, JUDD JONES, CASEY CARTER, FORREST THURMAN, BOB BURGESS, DUANE WATTS, JEFF BIANES, TONY HAMILTON, COLTON TORTOSA, JUSTIN PUNZALAN, BERNIE LIND, BRYAN JACKSON, MARK

AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS

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1491 1490 1490 1489 1488 1488 1488 1488 1486 1485 1485 1483 1482 1482 1481 1479 1479 1478 1477 1475 1475 1475 1475 1474 1473 1472 1472 1472 1472 1472 1472 1470 1470

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BROWN, RICH WAGNER, STEVE SANDERS, MICHAEL TODISCO, ANDREW BEHRENS, KOURTNEY GOSLIN, RON PENTICO, CLARK ERLEI, QUINTEN PERRY, DAN VAUGHN, JOEY LLOYD-MASSEY, JACOB PADILLA, JIM SIMPSON, SCOTT HARKNESS, STEVE ROSS, CASEY BAAKER, ZACK VAUGHN, CARL NELSON, RYAN JAMES, DON HIGLEY, BRANDON MOSS, JIM TOLEN, WILSON JAZWINSKI, CHAD PLATT, TONY DRUMMOND, TOM O’CONNOR, ERIK MARTIN, ROBERT WATTS, JEREMY MAXFIELD, JOEL SNOW, CORWIN CROY, BERT HUYNH, TOM BRYANT, KEVIN

Style

AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS

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1470 CRAWFORD, TROY 1470 DESTON, CHRIS 1469 PABST, LARRY 1468 STOKES, BILLY 1466 SCHINDLER, JUSTIN 1466 DARNELL, SHANNON 1465 JOHNSON, JP 1460 COLIN, TERRY 1460 MCKINNON, GARRETT 1457 DAVIES, CHRIS 1456 CASELLA, JOHN 1456 GILBERT, PATRICK 1453 ADAIR, STACY 1452 SANDOVAL, RODOLFO JR. 1445 MELLO, ZACERY 1442 GONZALEZ, DAVID 1441 MAGERS, JON 1439 REESE, PERCIVAL 1438 SINGH, MATT 1437 METZGUS, CHRIS 1428 CHRISTENSEN, CODY 1422 WARDA, ZIA 1420 BOMAR, JIMMY 1415 O’DONNELL, BUTCH 1413 MCQUILKIN, SCOTT 1394 TIDWELL, JAMES 1372 BALAO, DARYLE 1366 JOHNSON, BRANDON 1356 CLAAR, MARK 1265 SCHEUNEMANN, TRAVIS COTHRAN, DEWAYN NEUHARTH, GRANT

Style

AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS

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1464 COMBS, TODD 1442 BIUSO, CHRISTOPHER 1407 HOKE, STEVE 1483 GENTRY, BOB 1359 JENKINS, STEVE 1311 SPAWN, DENNIS 1399 TENNER, BRANDON 1048 SCHWARTZ, ERIK 947 WAINWRIGHT, JON 869 WALSH, DAN 700 SADLER, JOSHUA 444 WALSH, AUSTIN 1001 FENDER, PAUL 763 GALLEGOS, NICO 1494 SMITH, BRIANNE 1475 AMARO, HOLLIE 1475 CHRISTENSEN, MAKENNA 1402 SIZEMORE, KAITLYN 1298 WATTS, GRACE NEUHARTH, JYLLIAN 388 SOKSODA, JUNIOR 1473 DELCOLLO, MASON 1471 JOHNSON, THOMAS 1445 CONYERS, JADEN 1401 WATTS, JOSH

Final Results Style

AMFS-B AMFS-B AMFS-B AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL-B AMFSLR AMTRAD AMTRAD AMTRAD AMTRAD AMTRAD AMLB AMLB CFFS CFFS CFFS CFFS CFFS CFFS CMBB-C CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFS

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1262 WATTS, WILLIAM 1463 HICKMAN, LAINE 1407 GARDNER, KAY 1382 TAYLOR, ROSE 1362 NAKANO, KATHY TOWNSEND, LINDA 1111 PURCELL, GLORIA MUSSER, LINDA 1340 ROSIN, DAVE 1262 LAND, DICK 1251 AVERY, JERRY 1095 MCHURON, DAVE 769 BINGHAM, BOB 598 FARINA, PAUL 1491 DAY, DENNY 1490 PEARSON, FRANK 1486 KOLB, DAN 1486 BOMAR, SCOTT 1483 HIX, CARL 1480 LUPO, TOM 1476 HUTESON, TOM 1475 JACOBSEN, BOB 1473 EGERLE, FRANK 1471 GIPSON, DON 1470 NAKANO, GARY 1470 BLANKE, DICK 1468 BAUERNFEIND, JOE 1464 SOUTHALL, BILL 1461 POWELL, THOMAS

Style

CMFS

MSFFS MSFFS MSFFS MSFFS MSFFS MSFFSL MSFFSL MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS

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1459 BROWN, JIM 1459 MATHEWSON, SKIP 1454 JULIEN, KEITH 1451 SIMS, HUBERT 1443 PERRY, DAVID 1443 LANG, PAUL 1440 KOUNS, DON 1438 HALE, WAYNE 1438 GABRIO, LONNY 1427 MCKINNON, BILL 1423 WAYT, DAN 1420 SEPUKA, LEON 1418 KITE, LAYTON 1414 KONG, GEORGE JR 1410 HEAD, JACK 1409 OKITA, KARL 1405 MCLAIN,CHUCK 1404 MCCLINTOCK, RICH 1402 HICKMAN, GERALD 1382 TAYLOR, GALE 1352 COPPOCK, DWIGHT 1347 BRABEC, JERRY 1315 LAND, ERIC 1304 KNOX, JOHN III 1290 DESTON, BOB 1200 CLARK, WILLIS MUSSER, TEX DAVIS, JAMES 1449 WILLIS, MIKE 1448 MAY, CHUCK 1325 BAKER, BOB 1305 BACHO, JOHN

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1300 STRONCAK, DAVE MSMFSL 1280 GIBSON, JERRY MSMFSL 1212 RAMSEY, LARRY MSMFSL 1209 HENDRICKS, JIM MSMFSL 1520-1st JONES, ERIKA PFFS 1507-2nd VAN NATTA, JAMIE PFFS 1504-3rd BEAUBOUEF, EMILY PFFS 1494-4th JOHNSTON, KAILEY PFFS 1489-5th PEARCE, PAIGE PFFS 1485 CALLOWAY, CONNIE PFFS 1484 COLIN, CHRISTIE PFFS 1469 WATSON, DIANE PFFS 1462 LEROY, LAURIE PFFS 1434 STARNES, DEE PFFS 1391 CALHOUN, RHONDA PFFS 1539-1st BROADWATER, JESSE PMFS 1533-2nd MORGAN, LEVI PMFS 1533-3rd WILDE, REO PMFS 1532-4th GELLENTHIEN, BRADEN PMFS 1532-5th BASS, HENRY PMFS 1532-6th SCHAFF, JOSH PMFS 1530-7th PERKINS, CHRISTOPHER PMFS 1529-8th WILDE, LOGAN PMFS 1529-9th WOODY, KENDALL PMFS 1529-10th WILKEY, KEVIN PMFS 1529-11th GILLINGHAM, TIM PMFS 1528-12th ANDERSON, MICHAEL PMFS 1528-13th SCHAFF, KRIS PMFS 1528-14th COUSINS, DAVE PMFS continued on page 24

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1527-15th MORGAN, ROB PMFS 1527-16th CHRISTENBERRY, DARRIN PMFS 1527-17th BEAUBOUEF, CHANCE PMFS 1527-18th ENGLISH, BEN PMFS 1527-19th BRADEN, MICHAEL PMFS 1527-20th SMITH, MASON PMFS 1527-21st MCCARTHY, DAN PMFS 1526-22nd WILLETT, RODGER PMFS 1526-23rd MENZER, ROD PMFS 1525-24th DEATON, BRIDGER PMFS 1525-25th VOZZY, JOHN PMFS 1524 PRICE, DUANE PMFS 1524 GOMEZ, THOMAS PMFS 1524 STARNES, SCOTT PMFS 1523 WILLS, SHANE PMFS 1520 REYES, BRANDON PMFS 1519 JOHNSON, CABE PMFS 1518 TRAIL, KEITH PMFS 1518 POOLE, GREG PMFS 1517 WOLTHUIS, SAM PMFS 1517 CLEM, ANTHONY PMFS 1516 KURTZHALS, ZAK PMFS 1516 BRAZELL, GLEN PMFS 1515 JOHNSON, WYATT PMFS 1515 POLLARD, MICHAEL PMFS 1514 TERHUNE, JEREMY PMFS 1514 GREENLIEF, RYAN PMFS 1514 HOBBS, BEN PMFS 1514 WILSON, ANDREW PMFS 1514 LEITER, MIKE PMFS 1512 CLELAND, BEN PMFS 1511 ANNEN, NICK PMFS 1510 GATTO, STEVEN PMFS 1510 COLLINS, DARREN PMFS 1507 KRAFT, MARTY PMFS 1507 WILLIAMSON, BRANDON PMFS 1505 GAINES, RON PMFS 1504 TUCKER, RANDY PMFS 1503 BUTTON, JEFF PMFS 1502 DOWDY, ROWDY PMFS 1502 VINCENT, SHAWN PMFS 1501 HANLEY, TIM PMFS 1499 LARSEN, NORMAN PMFS 1496 COOLEY, CHUCK PMFS 1496 SCOTT, JONATHAN PMFS 1490 BEARD, JEREMY PMFS 1488 HAKL, BILL PMFS 1479 SMITH, WADE PMFS 1460 SMITH, STEVE PMFS 505 KARRAS, LENA PWFFS 1379 WOOD, KATHY SFBHFS 1378 BREDY, TAMMY SFBHFS 1352 CLAWSON, JULIE SFBHFS 1011 BURKE, JEANNE SFBHFS 1502 PEARSON, BECKY SFFS 1479 BOMAR, SHEILAH SFFS 1467 HULBERT, MARIE SFFS 1454 LANE, DEBORAH SFFS 1339 STARKWEATHER, LORRIE SFFS 1321 HALE, KAROL SFFS HAYES, SUSAN SFFS 1315 DRAEVING, LORI SFFSL 1353 MCCAIN, GARY SMBH 1284 BORGES, BOB SMBH 1195 SARNS, REN SMBH 24 Archery Magazine

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WILLIAMS, ROBERT 1494 WAGNER, TOM 1494 SOBOTA, JOE 1491 HANSON, MARK 1484 REED, MERL 1468 LONG, JIM 1468 DUMOND, DANA 1465 PALMER, MIKE 1459 HEGGEN, MERLE 1458 STARKWEATHER, DON 1452 GRAHAM, MARK 1437 HENRICH, PEDRO 1417 CAMPBELL, JIM 1410 RINEHART, GARY 1396 GARCIA, JOSEPH 1390 FORD, LEW 1384 THOMPSON, DANA 1255 NEELY, GARY JOHNSTON, GARY 1342 WORLEY, MIKE 1495 CARLSON, SID 1493 ROWSON, DAVID 1492 ALDAPE, JESS 1492 FINNEY, PATRICK 1482 PILANT, GARRY 1480 TOWNSEND, DAVID 1478 CRISP, RAY 1478 KEITH, MARK 1477 MORGAN, RICK 1475 LAPHAM, ROB 1474 PRESTON, MARK 1472 RAGLIN, PHIL 1465 PAULLUS, NORM 1465 DOUVILLE, RICK 1460 ROADARMEL, SCOTT 1459 SCHAFF, MIKE 1458 MORROW, BILL 1455 MCMAHAN, TOM 1451 FULLER, THOMAS 1441 HAYES, LARRY 1417 ELAM, LARRY 1408 STEPANEK, WILLIAM 1362 MORRIS, JOHNNY 1362 TOWNSEND, MIKE 1362 CRINKLAW, SCOTT 1202 DRAEVING, LARRY 1447 EVOLA, MICHAEL 1394 WILSON, SCOTT 1384 SNYDER, TERRY SR 1408 SANDQUIST, DARREL 1392 MOSSER, FRANK 1367 HILDRETH, MELVIN 1334 RADDIE, ANDREW 954 PACK, DONALD 1353 WALKER, DAVID 936 PAPAC, GEORGE 877 BURNHAM, TOM 1396 CAUDLE, KATHY 1520-1st RUDDOCK, ALLAN 1518-2nd KAPP, JOE

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1516-3rd WHITE, JACKIE 1509-4th BENGTSON, DAVE 1508-5th NEELY, DENNIS 1504-6th MILLER, DAVID 1504-7th BLANKINSHIP, CHARLES 1503 COBLENTZ, TOM 1500 PETERSON, CURT 1498 PAGNELLA, PAT 1497 HARBAUGH, TONY 1489 WEST, RON 1487 CROWE, THOMAS 1483 CAUDLE, JACKIE 1482 WILDE, DEE 1481 STRICKLAND, TIMOTHY 1472 SIERS, RANDY 1458 HUNT, CHARLES 1441 DENNING, KEN 1482 ZHOU, JUDY 1443 GARCIA, ERICA 1372 PENTICO, DORITINA 1354 HIGLEY, TANYA RICE, BRITTNEY 1114 SCIACCA, CODE 1521 HOUSER, DAVID 1514 KLINE, BRADEN 1495 NELSON, HUNTER 1485 GOSLIN, JUSTIN 1469 JOHNSON, CORBIN 1465 YOUNG, ZACHERY 1451 WILLIAMS, HUNTER 1403 METZGUS, CALEB 862 TUCKER, RYAN 1313 HOKE, CASEY 664 MYERS, SAPPHIRE 1464 RAY, SYDNEY 1454 PRESTON, ASHLEY 1503 BUNKER, LOGAN 1492 COLLINS, BEAU 1488 CHRISTENSEN, KADEN 1483 CROCKETT, MATTHEW 1477 CANTU, FRANCISCO 1447 THOMAS, ALEX 1419 BUNTEN, MERLIN 1417 CASELLA, JEREMY 1413 HAM, NATHANIEL 1408 BEDNORZ, JUSTIN 1398 CARLILE, GAVIN 1336 SIMS, ETHAN 756 CRUM, JACOB COFF, AUSTIN MORRIS, RYAN

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Yankton, SD • April 20-21, 2013 Sat Sun Ttl Name Score Score Score Senior Male Bowhunter Avery Jerry 196 189 385 Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Chandler Neil 302 292 594 Martin Kenny 285 276 561 Chaussee Dana 261 242 503 Faber Shorty 229 242 471 Huestis Charles 207 216 423 Shipman Bob 266 282 548 Senior Male Freestyle Goodwin Robert 307 291 598 Johnson Larry 306 256 562 Collins Mel 260 259 519 Senior Male Freestyle Limited Bruntz Dave 277 237 514 Senior Male Longbow Hodges Mark 158 170 328 Senior Male Traditional Carrell John 231 212 443 Senior Professional Freestyle Peterson Curt 299 304 603 Crowe Tom 314 318 632 Coblentz Tom 289 291 580 Young Adult Male Barebow Ferin Brandon 124 132 256 Young Adult Male Freestyle Andersen Hunter 258 280 538 Bretsch Cheyenne 247 265 512 Bretsch Tyler 194 220 414 Cull Elliot 160 234 394 Youth Male Freestyle Salazar Jonathan 278 288 566 Feterl Cole 278 279 557 Shuey Brandon 175 202 377 Cutler Alexander 105 40 145

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Life of an NFAA Councilman by Bob Borges, Southwest Councilman

In past issues of Archery Magazine, we have had articles on what the job of State Director entails. The next position to explore is the duties and responsibilities of the NFAA Council. A Councilman’s main priority is to serve all of the archers in their section, often times this includes thousands of individual members. The first step to becoming a Councilman is to become involved in NFAA local, state, regional and national events. A common misconception is that you have to be a Director or state officer before running for a Council position. It is not a necessity, but it may help is gaining state votes. This brings us to the next important step, gaining the confidence of the State Directors in your section. The State Directors are the voting party that decide who will represent them in the Council. It is imperative that they support you. Elections are held every-other year at the Outdoor Sectional tournaments. If your State Directors elect you, your first official duty will be to attend the NFAA planning meeting at headquarters in Yankton, SD. After a long day of travel, a smiling face from NFAA headquarters and your fellow councilmen will greet you. After an hour van ride, you will arrive in the beautiful town of Yankton. After a grand tour of the facility and a chance to meet the hard working gals that help keep the NFAA running, the President and Vice President will introduce the next three days’ itinerary. The three-day meeting covers everything from tournaments, payouts, dates, rules and regulations. You will be asked to make decisions on National tournaments, The Vegas Shoot and all other aspects of the business. Your decisions will impact the entire organization. Following the meeting at headquarters, you will begin to plan your Indoor Sectional tournament. My section, the Southwest, competes at 15 different sites over the entire month of January. It is my responsibility to make sure the contracts are drafted and signed and the correct number of targets and scorecards are ordered and at the correct location. Once the competitions are over, all of the scores and scorecards are returned to you. It is your responsibility to compile all of the locations and submit the results to headquarters. Most of the time, the scorecards are hard to read. Archers must have the worst handwriting! It is understandable why there are oftentimes mistakes. You will receive several phone calls to fix these mistakes. Archers are competitive people and they do not like it when they are given 26 Archery Magazine

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lower scores than they earned. Directly following indoor sectionals, it is time to pack for The Vegas Shoot and the Annual Board of Directors Meeting in February. The Board of Directors includes all State Directors, Councilmen, and NFAA officers. They meet for 3 days and move directly into setting up for our biggest tournament of the year, The Vegas Shoot. 10 to 12 hours days are spent on set up. Unloading tractor-trailers, moving 200 lbs. of target bails, setting up bow racks and target stands, and hanging nets, banners and time clocks; this is not a vacation. Once the tournament begins, it is time to take care of your customers. We are now responsible for officiating, assisting the office staff, and manning the practice and bow storage booths. After the tournament it is time to tear down. Everything that came in to the building must now be packed up and put away. You only have one night to clear out of the venue, so it’s time to grin and bear it. This may be your latest night yet. Next stop is the NFAA Indoor Nationals in Louisville. You will arrive to once again unload trailers and set up the targets bails, etc. During the tournament, you are again responsible for officiating, assisting the office staff, and manning the practice and bow storage booths. The best news for Louisville is there is no tear down. The Kentucky NASP uses our setup for their tournament the following day. When Monday comes, it is time to head home and start working on Outdoor Sectionals. Repeat your tasks for Indoor Sectionals, and you are ready to go. Outdoor Sectionals are oftentimes held at only one location, so you will partner with the state director of the hosting club to plan the tournament. During all of this other madness, you will be receiving phone calls from your sectional members informing you of a problem that is ‘near and dear’ to them or a family member. As a good Councilman, you will take the time to help them with their problem or get them to the person that can. Once your second sectional outdoor tournament has arrived, you will have to ask yourself ‘Do I want to do this again?’. I’ll bet you say yes. With all the hard work of being a Councilman, come all of the benefits. Traveling the country and making lifelong friends in the archery community well outweighs the longs days. The NFAA Is always looking for our future leaders, so get involved and consider the future opportunity of becoming an NFAA Councilman.

NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES with Tim Austin, Southeast Councilman

Archers talk about going to the Senior Olympics and some individuals plan on attending their local games, their State games, and then (in odd numbered years) the National Senior Games.

The qualifying procedures and rules of competition for the National Senior Games are approved by the National Games Committee of the National Senior Games Association (NSGA). Medal sports at the games are archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, cycling, golf, horseshoes, pickleball, race walk, racquetball, road race, shuffleboard, softball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track and field, triathalon, and volleyball. Individuals must qualify to attend the NSG by attending a State Senior Games Championship in the preceding year, and they must be at least age 50 at the end of the year preceding the games. Archers qualify by placing first, second, third, or fourth in their age group at the State games, or by meeting the NSGA minimum performance standards at the State games. For the 900 Round, those minimum standards are 425 for Barebow, 600 for Freestyle Limited, and 700 for Freestyle for men and 25 points less for women. Athletes compete in 5-year age groups: 50-54, 55-59, 60-54 and so forth. Archery at the National Senior Games entails shooting two 900 rounds, one each day for a total possible points of 1800. The highest score so far at the National Senior games has been 1788, shot by Tom Coblentz from Maryland shooting indoors at Houston, TX in 2011 at age 60-64. CR Northcutt from Oklahoma, age 90-94, earned a Gold Medal shooting 1302 points in 2011. Archery competition is in five styles: Barebow Recurve, Barebow Compound, Recurve (Olympic Recurve), Compound Fingers, and Compound Release. Recurve archery uses NAA rules and Compound archery uses NFAA rules. Registration is already closed for the 2013 games in Cleveland, OH. 347 archers are registered: 13 Barebow Compound, 64 Barebow Recurve, 102 Recurve, 52 Compound Fingers, and 192 Compound Release. Professional athletes are not eligible to compete, but a professional athlete is NOT determined by belonging to a Pro Division. The definition of a professional for the NSGA is: “A professional is someone who competes in a sport for money as a primary source of personal revenue.” continued on page 54 scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 27


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Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score Robinson Julie USA AFBB(R) 247 261 266 774 Jahraus Heike Germany AFBB(R) 252 263 255 770 Burks Rebecca USA AFBH(R) 240 250 250 740 Korte Rebecca USA AFBH(R) 217 198 213 628 Stine-Trujillo Sheri USA AFBL 278 283 271 832 Keating Karen USA AFBU 297 298 300 895 Vallun Melanie (N) S Africa AFBU 293 295 293 881 Slabbert Dan-Mari S Africa AFBU 286 293 293 872 Nelson Emily USA AFBU 293 289 282 864 Howse Jeannine S Africa AFFS(R) 284 286 288 858 Tabalbag Rochelle USA AFFS(R) 223 232 226 681 Fletcher Kathy USA AFFS(R) 155 180 173 508 Klein Raeanne USA AFFU 297 298 300 895 Alcaraz Monzon Lorena Spain AFFU 297 298 299 894 Steinmann Melinda (H) S Africa AFFU 295 297 295 887 Baty Jolie USA AFFU 293 294 293 880 Brink Lilian S Africa AFFU 293 287 291 871 Hetletved Penny USA AFFU 278 293 292 863 Singkeo Keogh USA AFFU 278 265 266 809 Boyden Alina USA AFLB 210 197 198 605 Panizo Luis Brazil AMBB(C) 235 242 257 734 Olson Adam USA AMBB(C) 231 241 242 714 Mix Skylar USA AMBB(C) 180 181 130 491 Schraeer Holger Germany AMBB(R) 259 264 264 787 Muehlbauer Joerg Germany AMBB(R) 234 224 241 699 Welter Markus Germany AMBB(R) 228 229 226 683 Miller Woody USA AMBB(R) 125 132 131 388 Pierce Michael USA AMBH(C) 275 277 267 819 Worndl Alexander Austria AMBH(R) 247 232 222 701 Chin Helder Brazil AMBH(R) 236 229 232 697 Costa Rafael Brazil AMBH(R) 224 225 208 657 Haensell Christian Brazil AMBH(R) 210 217 222 649 Antoine Gary USA AMBH(R) 156 177 183 516 Cesar de Oliveira Eduardo Castro Brazil AMBH(R) 161 158 156 475 Misner Greg USA AMBL 288 277 284 849

Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score Beermann Lowell USA AMBL 277 287 283 847 Duke Kyle USA AMBL 193 189 194 576 Grundlingh Johann Francois S Africa AMBU 300 300 300 900 le Roux Wilhelm Riekert S Africa AMBU 300 299 300 899 Vallun Adrian S Africa AMBU 297 299 296 892 Knoetze Johan (FJ) S Africa AMBU 298 294 298 890 King Ray USA AMBU 261 262 263 786 Carmin Matt USA AMFS(C) 298 298 291 887 campbell chuck USA AMFS(C) 296 295 591 Grebot Ivan Brazil AMFS(R) 292 291 285 868 Wiss Devan USA AMFS(R 277 278 268 823 L R Ciarlini Daniel Luis Brazil AMFS(R) 274 276 271 821 Peterson Dennis USA AMFS(R) 220 226 216 662 Franklin Mark USA AMFU 300 300 300 900 C Steinmann Jonathan S Africa AMFU 300 300 300 900 2 Tassinari Fabio Brazil AMFU 300 300 300 900 3 McConnell Troy USA AMFU 300 300 299 899 Brink Herman S Africa AMFU 299 300 300 899 de Klerk Beyers S Africa AMFU 299 300 300 899 TONAO VILSON Brazil AMFU 299 300 300 899 Hetletved Lee USA AMFU 298 299 300 897 MARTINEZ JOSE LUIS Spain AMFU 298 297 298 893 van Breda Petrus S Africa AMFU 297 298 298 893 Rost Michael Germany AMFU 294 300 299 893 ramos rodnei Brazil AMFU 298 299 295 892 COOK ROB USA AMFU 298 298 296 892 Monrad Robbie USA AMFU 297 293 299 889 Jared Ben USA AMFU 289 287 289 865 SUN ZIYI USA AMHB 233 229 228 690 continued on page 30

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World Indoor Archery Championships Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score Lubarsky Mariano Argentina AMHB 149 160 184 493 Etcheto Alejandro Argentina AMHB 144 160 146 450 Mathrole John USA AMHB 62 117 112 291 Romero Ricardo Argentina AMLB 241 238 238 717 Shaw Tameryn S Africa CFBB(C) 265 253 260 778 Simmerman Sydney USA CFFS(C) 296 293 297 886 Sierra Anthony USA CFBB(R 148 183 191 522 Baird Dana USA CFFS(R) 297 294 298 889 COOK FAITH USA CFFS(R) 294 295 298 887 Folkerts Sienna USA CFFS(R) 249 271 260 780 Keiser Gabby USA CFFU 300 300 300 900 C Vallun Kelly S Africa CFFU 300 300 300 900 2 Skelton Hala USA CFFU 300 299 300 899 3 Thomas Kinzie USA CFFU 300 300 299 899 Bartos Hannah USA CFFU 300 299 298 897 Lee TaraRose USA CFFU 300 300 291 891 Herrlein Danielle USA CFFU 298 296 296 890 Sejnoha Brianna USA CFFU 294 296 296 886 Johnson Hailey USA CFFU 293 295 295 883 Hetletved Kinley USA CFFU 290 294 297 881 Geigle kellie USA CFFU 283 294 293 870 Tiemeyer Jenna USA CFFU 279 292 287 858 Jensen Josie USA CFFU 279 277 289 845 Schaecher Jordan USA CFFU 298 291 236 825 Shaw William S Africa CMBB(C) 262 268 273 803 Singkeo Raymond USA CMBB(C) 177 164 193 534 Orwig Dean USA CMFS(C) 280 267 275 822

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Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score WISS DAREK USA CMFS(R) 294 291 295 880 SPRINGER MICHAEL USA CMFU 300 300 300 900 C Franklin Conor USA CMFU 300 300 300 900 Villa Pedro USA CMFU 298 293 298 889 Colgan Kevin USA CMFU 296 295 295 886 Johnson Jacob USA CMFU 277 280 275 832 Warren Owen USA CMFU 286 258 261 805 Jansen van Vuuren Dian S Africa CMLB 99 154 128 381 McKenzie Mix USA JFBB(C 209 227 211 647 Lynch Elizabeth USA JFBB(R) 241 220 210 671 Becker Brenna USA JFBB(R) 148 157 159 464 Hansen Shania USA JFBU 273 255 258 786 Tiemeyer Andrea USA JFBU 248 263 255 766 Mullen Brenna USA JFBU 226 211 230 667 Hunhoff Kendra USA JFFS(R) 275 279 283 837 Schroeder Haley USA JFFS(R) 269 281 281 831 Anderson Courtney USA JFFS(R) 280 273 276 829 Thornton Deirdre USA JFFS(R) 196 239 234 669 van Schalkwyk Su-Andri S Africa JFFU 287 292 290 869 SEJNOHA ALEXIS USA JFFU 258 261 275 794 Sylvester Lyndsay USA JFFU 246 263 266 775 Kerrey Jorgensen USA JFFU 205 201 215 621 Vallun Mark S Africa JMBU 294 297 295 886 feterl cole USA JMBU 295 294 292 881 bullington Heath USA JMFS(C) 185 182 196 563

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IFAA world indoor championships| continued from page 31 Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score Carda Sam USA JMFS(R) 214 207 240 661 Nockels Sky USA JMFS(R 129 136 131 396 Brink Kobus S Africa JMFU 300 300 300 900 de Klerk Hanno (JH) S Africa JMFU 300 299 299 898 Conradie Hanno (JM) S Africa JMFU 299 298 299 896 Cull Elliot USA JMFU 293 294 299 886 Saville Jason USA JMFU 292 288 281 861 Shuey Brandon USA JMFU 191 186 210 587 Barrientos Hugo USA PMFU 300 300 300 900 Eide Jon USA PMFU 300 300 299 899 2 Schlinger Shannon USA PMFU 300 300 299 899 3 Soderlund Sharon USA VFBH(R) 146 126 143 415 Walter Lynn USA VFBU 277 279 274 830 Phillips Teko USA VFFU 290 283 292 865 Scott Dawnel USA VFFU 285 290 283 858

Fri Sat Sun Total Last Name Country Division Score Score Score Score Monkes Susana Argentina VFLB 129 125 146 400 Misner Jim USA VMBB(C) 266 252 255 773 Anderson Darby USA VMBB(R) 233 241 238 712 lucangioli richard USA VMBH(C) 265 248 259 772 Ward Eddie S Africa VMBU 288 280 285 853 Iverson Don USA VMFS(C 245 230 475 Koch Walter Germany VMFS(R) 281 292 280 853 Christman Edward USA VMFU 300 300 300 900 C Nankivel Ron USA VMFU 300 300 300 900 2 Scott Douglas USA VMFU 298 294 296 888 Schmidt Bernd Germany VMLB 222 235 247 704

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Awards within 30 minutes after last person finished. 0730 assembly, 0800 28 Hunter. Awards within 30 minutes after last person finished. RULES (Games and Equipment) — As per the IFAA Book of Rules. RULES (Games and Equipment) — As per the IFAA Book of Rules. SCORING — As per the IFAA Book of Rules (must cut the line to score). NFAA Field, Hunter, and Animal Targets st Rules nd rd SCORING — As the IFAA Book cutdivision/styles. the line to score). NFAA Field, Hunter, and Animal Targets AWARDS — per NAFAC Medals –st 1 of , 2 andrd(must 3 in all nd AWARDS — NAFAC Medals – 1 , 2 and 3 in all division/styles. REGISTRATION FEES (US Dollars) — NAFAC Fees: Adult, Veteran and Pro, $35.00; Junior and Cub, $25.00; Pro Pot (100% REGISTRATION FEES Dollars) — NAFAC Fees: Adult, Veteran and $35.00; by Junior and Cub,Phoned $25.00;or Pro Pot (100% payback) $100.00 in (US addition to registration fee. Mailed entries should be Pro, postmarked 7 December. 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Down This branch of the military recently started a large project at NFAA headquarters. (2 Words) Street name on which Easton Technical Products headquarter's is located. (2 Words) The maiden name of the NFAA Pro female who has won all 4 major NFAA events so far in 2013. BCY manufacturers this bow component. This target manufacturer logo contains the slogan- #1 Eternity Targets. PSE Archery was founded by this gentleman. This archer took home the top prize in the Freestyle flights at the First Dakota Classic. The generous NFAA member gives an archery scholarship in his name each year.

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SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS Edited by NFAA Headquarters

Complete results of the Indoor Sectional Tournaments are available online at www.nfaausa.com/results

state field hunter animal total Tony Nguyen ONT 487 494 277 1258 GREAT LAKES SECTION SMFS - Senior Male Freestyle Rocky Kline, Councilman Jim Beasley MI 542 544 286 1372 rlkline1@comcast.net Bill Mohn IL 532 532 285 1349 Robert Hawkins MI 525 528 286 1339 Lonnie Collins MI 524 529 281 1334 Steve Molitor MI 512 511 279 1302 2013 Great Lakes Outdoor Sectional Don Wilkinson MI 493 506 275 1274 June 22nd & 23rd - Washtenaw Sportsmans Club William McManaway IL 440 441 269 1150 Ypsilanti, Michigan SFFS - Senior Female Freestyle April Pinderski MI 479 477 270 1226 SMBHFS - Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle state field hunter animal total Mike Spence MI 534 527 285 1346 PMFS - Pro Male Freestyle SFBHFS - Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle Scott Starnes IN 634 628 290 1552 Rhonda Dirette MI 488 480 265 1233 Travis Johnson MI 611 624 289 1524 SSMFS - Silver Senior Male Freestyle Scott Turner MI 608 619 285 1512 Vern Klein MI 532 539 285 1356 Kevin McLain MI 593 606 284 1483 Ted Foster MI 531 523 290 1344 John Dumar MI 596 598 284 1478 Jerry Marsh MI 521 528 286 1335 PFFS - Pro Female Freestyle John Kanter WI 516 514 285 1315 Fiona McClean ONT 578 597 286 1461 John Smith MI 514 524 277 1315 Dee Starnes IN 550 569 286 1405 Mike Remus MI 509 515 283 1307 SPMFS - Senior Pro Male Freestyle Walt Moyer MI 511 523 268 1302 Joe Kapp IN 615 616 287 1518 Mike Lifford MI 509 512 273 1294 Paul DePover MI 552 598 286 1436 Rocky Kline IN 479 477 265 1221 Tim Loynes MI 576 571 281 1428 Ted Lemanski MI 513 0 281 794 AMFS - Adult Male Freestyle SSFFS - Silver Senior Female Freestyle Skip Zmuginsky OH 554 551 290 1395 Lora Smith MI 499 511 279 1289 Matt Bray WI 543 550 288 1381 SSMFSL - Silver Senior Male Freestyle Limited Craig Voorn ONT 543 551 286 1380 Sam Conklin Sr. MI 492 492 269 1253 Dan Lane OH 544 546 288 1378 Tim Bush IL 470 471 282 1223 Mark Schlund MI 543 542 288 1373 SSMBHFS - Silver Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Sammy Conklin MI 538 546 285 1369 Jerry Tesch MI 533 537 284 1354 Ryan Parker MI 537 541 289 1367 David Hindbaugh MI 509 524 279 1312 Brian Thompson OH 538 538 284 1360 SSFBHFS - Silver Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle Sean McKenty ONT 536 542 280 1358 Linda Sue Hindbaugh MI 465 474 263 1202 Flight 2 MSMFS - Master Senior Male Freestyle Bo Davis IN 533 540 284 1357 Doug Grade WI 530 530 285 1345 Ross Mountcastle IN 533 532 284 1349 Douglas Sheliga OH 510 494 281 1285 Mike Banicki IN 526 534 282 1342 Don Will IL 495 492 269 1256 Lyle Stowe MI 523 536 283 1342 Bill Dapprich MI 491 465 258 1214 David Maich ONT 527 524 283 1334 MSFFS - Master Senior Female Freestyle Scott Hanson MI 520 528 284 1332 Rit Portuesi MI 469 496 273 1238 Mike Stefanini OH 524 526 279 1329 MSMBB - Master Senior Male Barebow Jamie Neylon MI 522 523 279 1324 Dick Hanlon MI 468 452 273 1193 Gregg Hicks MI 509 501 284 1294 YAMFS - Young Adult Male Freestyle Eric Cornelius IN 523 0 276 799 Phillip Varner MI 538 520 289 1347 AFFS - Adult Female Freestyle Justin McLain MI 501 0 269 770 Julie Slicer IN 502 497 281 1280 YAFFS - Young Adult Female Freestyle AMFSL - Adult Male Freestyle Limited Krystal McGhee MI 389 443 256 1088 Mike Lantz IL 491 499 267 1257 YMFS - Youth Male Freestyle AMBHFS - Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle Ryan Mann IL 505 504 271 1280 Roger Saddler MI 521 512 278 1311 Link Pupeter WI 486 496 267 1249 Dan Reed MI 517 510 274 1301 Austin Loynes MI 449 474 263 1186 Greg Schultz IN 510 500 283 1293 YFFSLR - Youth Female Freestyle Limited Recurve Nick Atkins MI 497 498 280 1275 Hannah Hanbury OH 372 298 230 900 Patrick Atkins MI 506 487 277 1270 36 Archery Magazine

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MIDWEST SECTION Ray Jones, Councilman iowaarchery@hotmail.com

Midwestern Sectional Championships June 22-23, 2013

Tie Gr Brker State Hunter x’s Field x’s Animal Total x’s Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Championship Flight Lana Lynde ND 365 4 171 2 217 753 6 Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Raeanne Klein SD 491 21 247 11 277 1015 32 Adult Female Freestyle Championship Flight Samantha Jacobs IA 500 22 259 19 269 1028 41 Annalesha Green KS 499 33 248 14 278 1025 47 Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Chris Berry MO 537 53 268 28 285 1090 81 Troy McConnell SD 522 44 256 22 284 1062 66 Todd Hanten SD 513 25 249 16 282 1044 41 Youth Female Freestyle Championship Flight Cassie Hancock MO 507 20 247 10 273 1027 30 Adult Male Freestyle Championship Flight Dan Jasa MO 552 69 274 38 292 1118 107 Daniel Richardson MO 551 57 268 25 285 1104 82 Keith Green KS 541 59 269 30 285 1095 89 Darron Rodgers MO 538 54 267 23 287 1092 77 Brian Monaco MO 531 51 267 27 287 1085 78 Brandon Zurowski MO 529 34 259 16 283 1071 50 Jeff Stevens MN 516 29 259 16 284 1059 45 Jeff Strange MO 519 29 256 11 283 1058 40 Cub Male Freestyle Championship Flight Nick Younger MO 542 61 269 34 285 1096 95 Master Senior Male Freestyle Championship Flight Roger Dobias MO 515 35 265 21 283 1063 56 Al Tuller MO 501 25 259 18 281 1041 43 Carl Thiessen SD 513 29 262 21 259 1034 50 Ron Cravens MO 484 20 240 13 269 993 33 Richard Orth AZ 507 22 0 0 0 507 22 Pro Male Freestyle Championship Flight Darren Collins MO 547 63 274 29 288 1201 Richard Potter MO 550 63 271 25 285 1194 Bill Hakl MN 538 53 269 26 284 1170 Robert Christle MN 521 30 0 0 0 551 Pro Female Freestyle Championship Flight Tobi Rogers MO 543 45 269 25 285 1167 Cub Female Freestyle Championship Flight Serina Norte MO 479 19 239 11 234 952 30

Tie Gr Brker State Hunter x’s Field x’s Animal Total x’s Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Jeff Friedmann MO 529 48 270 25 285 1084 73 Rob Reidel MN 525 48 267 27 285 1077 75 Gaylon Russell MO 522 27 253 12 280 1055 39 Senior Male Freestyle Championship Flight Tom Hood MO 547 54 272 21 283 1102 75 Jim Forbes MO 541 51 269 27 286 1096 78 Jack Moulten SD 544 61 265 24 283 1092 85 Steve Bridger MO 533 61 266 20 281 1080 81 Warren Rush IA 525 44 270 23 285 1080 67 Senior Pro Male Freestyle Championship Flight Ray Manfull MO 539 56 273 29 288 1185 Youth Male Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Sam Ackley MO 374 6 182 13 202 758 19 Silver Senior Male Barebow Championship Flight Steve Cline IA 455 9 223 1 256 934 10 Young Adult Male Freestyle Championship Flight Sabastian Cooper MO 521 30 253 11 275 1049 41 Senior Male Freestyle Lim Recurve Longbow Championship Flight Mike McCarthy MN 469 13 236 10 249 954 23 Silver Senior Male Freestyle Championship Flight Lynn Umbarger MO 536 51 264 13 285 1085 64 Bill Myers MO 531 48 268 21 283 1082 69 Roger Wilson IA 533 54 259 15 283 1075 69 Henry Houk MO 526 39 262 16 284 1072 55 Rick Hofker MN 523 33 262 22 285 1070 55 Richard Pauley IA 525 33 261 16 279 1065 49 Jim Borg MN 513 33 255 18 281 1049 51 Larry Mincy MO 498 32 250 12 277 1025 44 Rich Gibson MO 501 32 0 0 0 501 32 Senior Male Traditional Championship Flight Mark Dreiling KS 401 3 197 2 251 849 5 Glynn Sluder KS 405 8 195 3 244 844 11 Bryan Schmnidt KS 394 5 187 1 256 837 6 Adult Male Freestyle Limited Championship Flight Cole Duensing MO 486 28 241 12 281 1008 40 Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Julene Hakl MN 531 38 246 16 280 1057 54 Silver Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Marcia Jones IA 493 24 253 16 282 1028 40 Silver Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Championship Flight Gary Kostka IA 489 25 254 14 267 1010 39 Ray Jones IA 474 14 0 0 0 474 14 Silver Senior Male Freestyle Limited Championship Flight Terry Witt IA 464 20 133 4 274 871 24 Guest Competitors Ken Steltzner WI 547 59 276 33 281 1104 92 David Murphy AR 503 32 248 12 278 1029 44 Lynn Walter CO 486 16 241 9 274 1001 25 Guest Participants Jonathan Bishop MN 510 21 254 10 283 1047 31 continued on page 38 scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 37


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MID-ATLANTIC SECTION Dave Hryn, Councilman midatlcouncilman@hotmail.com

NFAA MIDATLANTIC SECTIONAL SHOOT 6/22-23/13 BLACK KNIGHT BOWBENDERS, JACKSON, NJ Shooting Last Style Name

First Name

State Hunter Animal Total Field Total Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle AMBHFS Krajcsovics R.J. NJ 518 281 799 522 1321 AMBHFS Moser Christopher NJ 509 285 794 510 1304 AMBHFS Fife Joshua PA 455 276 731 466 1197 AMBHFS Bailey Timothy NJ 499 274 773 0 773 Master Senior Male Free Style MSMFS Ayers Ed NJ 535 285 820 536 1356 MSMFS Russo Chuck PA 528 284 812 533 1345 MSMFS Myers Charles NJ 524 281 805 527 1332 MSMFS Bauernfeind Joseph NY 522 280 802 525 1327 MSMFS May Ray MD 515 280 795 512 1307 MSMFS Tarry David NJ 501 285 786 500 1286 MSMFS Miller James NJ 498 275 773 492 1265 MSMFS Magee Warren NJ 498 268 766 493 1259 MSMFS Eckman Horace NJ 467 271 738 474 1212 MSMFS Foote Walter NJ 517 286 803 Inc 803 Pro Male Freestyle PMFS Kendall Woody VA 554 286 840 550 1390 PMFS Gatto Steven NJ 550 288 838 543 1381 Senior Pro Male Freestyle PMFS West Ron MD 536 283 819 532 1351 Senior Male Freestyle Championship Flight SMFS Snajkowski Stan NJ 549 285 834 541 1375 SMFS Setzer Matt NJ 548 286 834 536 1370 SMFS Bradway JC NJ 547 285 832 535 1367 SMFS Benner Greg PA 539 284 823 533 1356 SMFS Sleph Paul NJ 539 286 825 529 1354 SMFS Schultz Dave NJ 532 280 812 534 1346 SMFS Susen Andrew NJ 530 283 813 527 1340 SMFS Kulp Gregory PA 521 284 805 519 1324 SMFS Wilson Robert NY 528 281 809 512 1321 Flight 1 SMFS Chlebowski Stephen NJ 513 283 796 520 1316 SMFS Wesolowski John MD 510 279 789 518 1307 SMFS Gandy Donnie NJ 513 275 788 502 1290 SMFS Pace Joseph NY 494 285 779 496 1275 SMFS Allen Joe NJ 487 265 752 478 1230 SMFS Soden Al NJ 534 283 817 Inc 817 SMFS Kocsan Michael MD 0 0 0 0 0 SMFS Poe Michael MD 0 0 0 0 0 Silver Senior Male Freestyle SSMFS Townsend David NY 531 286 817 536 1353 SSMFS Tincher Steve WV 522 283 805 538 1343 SSMFS McMahan Roman NJ 530 281 811 521 1332 SSMFS Joyce Doug NJ 524 288 812 518 1330 SSMFS Grossl John WV 521 285 806 521 1327 SSMFS VanSickle John NJ 520 285 805 516 1321 SSMFS Barbera Lew NY 524 284 808 508 1316 SSMFS Russo Albert PA 523 287 810 504 1314 SSMFS Barry Michael NJ 513 283 796 515 1311 SSMFS Vickers Jeffrey NJ 510 281 791 520 1311 SSMFS Wiggins Julius WV 503 278 781 505 1286 SSMFS Harris Jim WV 506 282 788 491 1279 Youth Male Freestyle YMFS Mueller Frank PA 393 233 626 375 1001 Young Adult Male Freestyle YAMFS McKinnon James 503 279 782 475 1257 Senior Male Freestyle Limited SMFSL Hryn Dave NY 526 280 806 518 1324

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Shooting Last First Style Name Name State Hunter Animal Silver Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Limited SSMBHFSL Wallace Dennis MD 493 256 SSMBHFSL DiDio Anthony NY 459 254 Adult Female Free Style AFFS Taylor Amber NJ 536 285 AFFS Snyder Heidi NY 526 281 AFFS Diab Bernadette 520 276 Adult Male Bare Bow AMBB Burdi Frank NJ 492 271 Senior Silver Male Bare Bow SSMBB Vrabel William PA 430 266 Adult Male Free Style AMFS Hanley Tim NJ 553 289 AMFS Straley Frank PA 555 290 AMFS Bianes Tony NJ 553 285 AMFS Pasmore Mark NJ 550 287 AMFS Bach Jon NJ 543 288 AMFS Mancini Gregory NJ 542 282 AMFS Conlon Ray NJ 537 284 AMFS Ferguson Jim NJ 533 284 AMFS Smithers David NJ 516 282 AMFS Linahan Steve NY 513 278 AMFS Bennett Frank NJ 509 283 AMFS Hutchison Jim NJ 0 0 AMFS Eno Brian VA 0 0 AMFS Nicholson Nute NJ 0 0 Cub Male Freestyle CMFS Bach Jonny NJ 441 267 Cub Male Bowhunter Freestyle CMBHFS Fife Caleb PA 381 236 Cub Female Free Style CFFS Keane Sachiko NY 549 286 Cub Female Freestyle Limited CFFSL Coletti Morgan NY 376 204 Youth Male Freestyle Limited YMFSL Reynen Hunter NY 293 196 Adult Male Traditional AMT Orlic Michael NJ 373 226 AMT Auburger Chad MD 335 246 AMT Williams Mark NJ 298 184 Senior Male Traditional SMT Snyder George NJ 295 187 Silver Senior Male Traditional SSMT Mahana Marvin NJ 356 178 Silver Senior Female Traditional SSFT Galie Apolonia NJ 160 127 Silver Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle SSMBHFS Habrukowich Phil NJ 512 279 SSMBHFS King James NY 518 279

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SOUTHERN SECTION Lee Gregory, Councilman lee@dlprint.com

NFAA Southern Sectional June 8-9, 2013 # Archer Young Adult Male (15-­17) Freestyle (FS) 1 David, Reece Adult Male (18-­49) Freestyle (FS) 1 Kromer, Kyle 2 Miller, Paul 3 Gordon, Scott 4 Hansen, Chris [INC]

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Plc Style Name St Field X Animal Hunter X Total X 2 AFFS Dani Pskowski FL 511 26 283 514 29 1308 55 C AMBB Glen Baxter KY 491 22 268 486 21 1245 43 C AMBHFS Chuck Wilder FL 532 39 285 538 46 1355 85 2 AMBHFS Joel Tate NC 526 36 281 528 41 1335 77 3 AMBHFS Buster Marrall GA 518 32 281 519 32 1318 64 AMBHFS Ricky Diederich GA 519 32 278 516 35 1313 67 AMBHFS Wayne Grimes AL 501 36 277 509 32 1287 68 C AMFS Locksley Hutchens NC 550 64 290 553 56 1393 120 2 AMFS Jackie Norris Jr NC 540 55 289 544 49 1373 104 3 AMFS Mike Marlow FL 540 66 288 542 58 1370 124 AMFS John Bowersox FL 539 57 290 541 53 1370 110 AMFS Jim Gregory NC 537 57 284 549 51 1370 108 AMFS John Winker NC 538 63 289 540 56 1367 119 AMFS Matt McNeill NC 538 51 287 539 57 1364 108 Flt 2 1 AMFS Jay Pskowski FL 528 50 285 527 51 1340 101 2 AMFS Chris Ellis NC 523 43 288 526 38 1337 81 3 AMFS Bernie Rosser KY 526 42 285 517 41 1328 83 AMFS Kevin Ingle NC 512 37 285 530 35 1327 72 AMFS James Crissman NC 510 29 282 513 35 1305 64 AMFS Zachary Smith NC 515 34 280 501 29 1296 33 AMFS Rene Mederos FL 497 23 281 501 25 1279 48 C AMFSLR Bill Kelly FL 509 29 282 519 32 1310 61 2 AMFSLR Phillip Baldowski GA 472 14 266 476 21 1214 35 3 AMFSLR Dan O’Brien NC 473 20 273 445 18 1194 38 AMFSLR Matt Griffin KY 401 3 266 440 17 1107 20 AMFSLR John Hall FL 406 8 236 440 8 1082 16 C AMTrad Richard Wong FL 367 10 232 353 2 952 12 C MSMBB Jerry Stemich FL 454 15 269 456 18 1179 33 C MSMFS Lynwood Bunn GA 527 42 285 518 38 1330 80 2 MSMFS Frank Gandy FL 520 37 287 523 32 1330 69 3 MSMFS Sherman Bailey KY 516 27 280 502 23 1298 23 MSMFS Ben Brown FL 503 29 281 507 24 1291 53 MSMFS Hank Farro FL 496 26 280 510 35 1286 61 MSMFS Ralph Galatz FL 502 29 277 501 24 1280 53 MSMFS Clay Caudill KY 509 30 271 493 26 1273 56 MSMFS Bob Jones FL 436 15 269 423 15 1128 30 MSMFS Tim Austin FL 330 5 235 0 565 5 C MSFSLR Don Planthaber FL 420 5 252 422 7 1094 12 C MSMTrad William Cisek FL 336 4 220 357 8 913 12 2 MSMTrad Gary Lashley FL 332 6 224 354 9 910 15 3 MSMTrad Gary Rollins FL 336 2 202 360 5 898 11 MSMTrad Jake Veit GA 221 2 119 166 0 506 2 C PFFS Diane Watson FL 540 63 289 547 56 1376 119 C PMFS James Malone KY 549 69 289 550 78 1388 147 SOUTHEAST SECTION 2 PMFS Mason Smith AL 550 64 284 555 76 1389 140 Tim Austin, Councilman flarchery@earthlink.net C PSFS Janice Smith AL 515 31 282 517 40 1345 71 C PSMFS James Harden FL 544 59 288 544 46 1376 105 2 PSMFS Steve Smith AL 499 31 279 541 51 1319 82 2013 SOUTHEAST SECTIONAL FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP SFFS Cindy Gibbs NC 458 10 264 722 10 May 25-26 | 2013 Gator Bowmen ▪ Gainesville FL June 1-2, 2013 | Chickasaw Archers ▪ Shepherdsville KY C SMBB Ron St Clair FL 432 10 240 395 2 1067 12 June 1-2, 2013 | Yadkin Field Archers ▪ Yadkin NC June 22-23, 2013 | Ogeechee Bowmen ▪ Savannah GA C SMBHFS Rick Dorey FL 522 45 284 534 43 1340 88 2 SMBHFS Tim Eaton NC 519 34 285 518 34 1322 68 3 SMBHFS Tim Wehner GA 486 17 280 493 16 1259 33 Plc Style Name St Field X Animal Hunter X Total X C AFBHFS Veronica Seaborn GA 469 19 262 468 12 1199 31 C SMBHFSL Oliver Austin FL 442 8 277 469 11 1188 19 C AFFS Leslie Winker NC 523 40 285 538 46 1346 86 continued on page 40 scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 39


section & state assn news | continued from page 39 Plc Style Name C SMFS Terry Murray 2 SMFS Jake Pettitt 3 SMFS Joe Rozmus

St Field X Animal Hunter X Total X TN 530 47 286 534 42 1350 89 FL 528 30 278 540 45 1346 75 NC 523 42 282 527 49 1332 91

SMFS Steve Carson NC 518 35 281 510 28 1309 63 C SMFSL Rick DuBrueler FL 497 22 272 488 24 1257 46 C SMFSLR Steven Coleman SC 478 15 264 490 19 1232 34 C SSFFS Linda Huff GA 474 13 271 461 10 1206 23 C SSMBB Brad Marshall NC 475 14 280 467 13 1222 27 C SSMBHFS Harold Whobrey KY 532 42 286 526 38 1344 80 2 SSMBHFS Tom Boots GA 500 26 272 487 15 1259 41 3 SSMBHFS Roy Peters FL 492 21 271 474 14 1237 35 C SSMFS Kevin Bergenroth FL 532 41 284 535 47 1351 88 2 SSMFS Ken Jones FL 539 39 280 529 45 1348 84 3 SSMFS Mark Rounds KY 531 38 280 536 48 1347 86 SSMFS Frank Smith KY 519 34 283 527 38 1329 72 SSMFS Jack O’Donnell GA 494 21 270 492 19 1256 40 C SSMFSL Bill Millican GA 488 24 273 495 16 1256 40 2 SSMFSL Chuck May KY 494 23 280 479 24 1253 47 3 SSMFSL Frank Mosser KY 490 20 260 490 25 1240 45 SSMFSL Gene Goldacker FL 474 13 268 481 18 1223 31 C YAMFS Justin Hutchens NC 540 46 291 543 38 1374 84 2 YAMFS Eric Jacobowitz FL 533 35 281 538 49 1352 84 3 YAMFS Jimmy McQuaddy KY 520 35 282 528 40 1330 75 YAMFS Gavin Huff GA 519 32 284 507 26 1310 58 YAMFS Tanner Ingle NC 496 23 282 522 27 1300 50 C YFFS Sydney Grant GA 457 14 270 472 14 1199 23 C YMBB Anthony Dukes GA 165 0 64 50 0 279 0 C YMFS Daniel O’Connor GA 529 29 277 526 38 1332 61 2 YMFS Timothy Milan GA 501 34 270 490 10 1261 44 C YMFSLR Ryan Oliver FL 509 28 282 508 19 1299 47

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RD 1 RD 2 RD 3 TOTAL A STYLE NAME CLUB SCORE SCORE SCORE SCORE C AFFS Glenda Flores South Carolina 187 204 198 589 2 AFFS Bliss McCloskey Everglades 175 165 162 500 C AMBHFS 2 AMBHFS 3 AMBHFS AMBHFS

Josh Larsen Rene Mederos E J Levine Miguel Perez

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C AMBHFSL Eddie Chattin

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C AMFSL Oliver Austin

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C AMFS John Bowersox Ft Lauderdale 202 214 210 626 2 AMFS Mike Marlow Tri State 192 205 210 607 C AMOly John Hall C AMTrad

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Johnny Henegar

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Ft Lauderdale 144 125 139 408

C PMFS Jake Marlow 2 PMFS James Harden

Tri State 220 222 234 676 Ft Lauderdale 206 194 204 604

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Ron St Clair

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Gold Coast 189 191 197 577 Ft Laudersale 176 175 185 536 Gator 173 152 135 460

C SMFS Bobby Flores

South Carolina 193 190 200 583

C SMFSL Dale East

Gator

C SMLB Albert Bartiet 2 SMLB

Bill Byrnes

Ft Lauderdale

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C SMOly Don Planthaber Ft Lauderdale 139 125 129 393 2 SMOly Jerry Fralick Ft Lauderdale 104 91 102 297 C SMTrad William Cisek 2 SMTrad Karl Pfeiffer 3 SMTrad Scott Cummins SMTrad Ron Reeves

Citrus Ft Lauderdale Gold Coast Lee Co

123 127 123 373 115 135 119 369 64 91 81 236 70 89 73 232

C YMFS Lane Chaton Ft Lauderdale 196 204 197 597 2 YMFS Paco Rodriguez Ft Lauderdale 183 190 188 561

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Pro Divisions

Adult & Senior Divisions

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LATE REGISTRATION FEE

SOUTHWEST SECTION Bob Borges, Councilman nmarcher505@gmail.com

Pro Divisions

Adult & Senior Divisions

Junior Divisions

Family

$100

$50

$40

$110

NFAA SOUTH WEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL FIRST LAST NAME NAME FIELD X ANIMAL SP HUNTER X TOTAL ADULT MALE FREE STYLE CHANE RAINS 533 50 284 4 531 46 1348 STEVE McROY 534 50 283 3 531 41 1348 ERIC TAYLOR 506 24 0 0 506 33 1012 SENIOR MALE FREE STYLE ARCHIE NIXON 517 35 275 1 525 39 1317 CALVIN LARGO 498 22 280 4 515 29 1293 GARY MADDUX 499 24 285 5 509 21 1293 CARL JAMISON 493 25 278 2 491 21 1262 SILVER SENIOR MALE FREE STYLE RANDY SPRY 521 47 281 1 530 43 1332 TOM SMITH 504 25 281 3 502 31 1287 MASTER SENIOR MALE FREE STYLE JACK HEAD 490 19 274 2 499 19 1263 WAYNE DAVIDSON 478 25 280 2 481 12 1239 SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL MICHAEL BOHL 278 6 204 0 296 3 778 DAVE GOODNIGHT 161 2 119 1 166 0 446 ADULT MALE LONGBOW KENNY CANTERBURY 359 4 226 0 328 5 913 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER WAYNE WESTERMAN 291 2 222 0 287 1 800 SILVER SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER BOB BORGES 455 14 253 1 474 13 1182 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREE STYLE RANSOM SPENCER 512 32 287 7 522 35 1321 BRIAN MOSLEY 508 28 284 4 518 34 1310 SR MALE BOWHUNTER FREE STYLE MARK HANSON 535 48 285 5 531 40 1351 SR FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREE STYLE LYNN WALTER 463 12 271 3 450 10 1184

Please select Age Category and Shooting Style: Pro Adult

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Adult, Senior, Silver Senior & Master Senior Divisions Barebow Bowhunter Bowhunter Freestyle Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Traditional Freestyle Freestyle Limited Freestyle Limited Recurve Longbow Crossbow (Adult Only)

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Junior Divisions Barebow Bowhunter Freestyle Freestyle Freestyle Limited Freestyle Limited Recurve

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NEW ENGLAND SECTION Ken Moore, Councilman kmoore151@verizon.net

2013 New England Sectional Outdoor Championships Hosted by Lunenburg Sportsman’s Club 6/22 & 6/23 Field Animal Hunter PARTICIPANTS STATE SCORE SCORE SCORE Adult Male Freestyle Mike LaMar CT 551 284 554 Bill Simas RI 548 285 543 Virgilio Gonzales CT 544 284 537 Michael Hulme MA 540 285 539 David Ferrie MA 528 284 528 Greg Gioiosi MA 523 279 533 Zachary Mello MA 500 280 517 Charles Howard RI 522 281 525 Peter Sweeny CT 478 276 494 Chris Deston CT 545 287 INC Adult Male Freestyle Limited Paul Lewkowicz MA 494 267 507 Adult Male Barebow Dan Deyo NH 424 247 429 Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle Mike Wright NH 488 281 481 Adult Female Freestyle Carmen Sarver MA 528 283 526 Youth Male Bowhunter Freestyle Derek Dromgoole NH 410 196 424 Cub Male Freestyle Konner Sheehan NH 454 277 467 Senior Male Freestyle Chris Mizner ME 537 284 544 William Laramie MA 537 282 543 Pat Tuttle MA 528 282 534 David Sarver MA 520 281 518 Frank Marhefka MA 518 282 515 Robert Rowe ME 510 282 512 Matt Hopkins RI 513 281 INC Senior Male Freestyle Limited Kenneth Moore RI 456 258 446 Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Gary Marrier VT 537 283 532 Arnold Horsch III NH 496 279 490 Gary Carpenter MA DNS DNS 533 Silver Senior Male Freestyle Jack Brandenburg MA 536 285 543 42 Archery Magazine

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Total SCORE

Place

1389 1st Place 1376 2nd Place 1365 3rd Place 1364 1340 1335 1297 1328 1248 832 1268 1st Place 1100 1st Place 1250 1st Place 1337 1st Place 1030 1st Place 1198 1st Place 1365 1st Place 1362 2nd Place 1344 3rd Place 1319 1315 1304 794 1160 1st Place 1352 1st Place 1265 2nd Place 533 1364 1st Place

Field Animal Hunter Total PARTICIPANTS STATE SCORE SCORE SCORE Rick Theilig MA 542 281 538 Glenn Monesmith NH 537 283 535 John Founier RI 516 285 541 Jim LeClair VT 531 278 524 James Wood MA 527 284 519 Paul Locke RI 521 280 512 Robert Lincoln MA 509 277 523 James Dean RI 510 280 510 Dana White NH 477 277 471 William Goff MA 497 283 INC Robert Deston CT 456 254 DNS Silver Senior Male Freestyle Limited Patrick Pettengill MA 445 dns INC Silver Senior Male Barebow Glenn Howlett MA 94 66 111 Silver Senior Female Freestyle Darlene Marrier VT 496 275 500 Master Senior Male Freestyle Joe Marzullo CT 520 290 536 Leon Sepuka MA 488 285 493 Donald Levesque RI 391 204 418

SCORE Place 1361 2nd Place 1355 3rd Place 1342 1333 1330 1313 1309 1300 1225 780 710

445 271 1st Place 1271 1st Place 1346 1st Place 1266 2nd Place 1013 3rd Place

Field Animal Hunter Total SSMFS Bill Young 539 562 537 1638 Huber Sims 512 556 504 1572 Paul Cromwell 500 555 505 1560 Barney Mowery 482 538 506 1526 SSMBHFS Michael Webster 497 544 488 1529 SSMBHFSL Bob Barber 380 462 407 1249 MSMFS Dan Kolb 531 561 531 1623 Skip Mathewson 504 550 510 1564 Keith Barner 464 536 478 1478 YMFS Connor McNeese 426 455 428 1309 CMFS Aidan Wilcox 528 567 525 1620 CMFSL Ethan Kaufman 282 389 244 915 Ryan Kaufman 234 256 228 718 AFFS ChaRee Preston 525 567 523 1615 YFFS Brooke Alexander 305 490 466 1261

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Northwest Section Dan Kolb, Councilman bhfsdjk@hotmail.com

Northwest Outdoor Sectional 2013 • Billings, MT

Field Animal Hunter Total PMFS Kris Schaff 627 574 637 1838 Rob Morgan 629 571 625 1825 Jeremy Terhune 619 574 615 1818 SPMFS Tj Smith 595 570 599 1764 Larry Bates 539 553 536 1628 AMFS Kyle Kaufman 548 571 538 1657 Virgil Stewart 535 562 527 1624 Joel McNeese 531 554 535 1620 Dave Thompson 532 557 529 1618 Jon Tuccek 516 565 525 1606 AMBHFS Jason Hegg 541 568 546 1655 Lane Miller 527 557 528 1612 Shane Philp 508 551 522 1581 Ryan Rang 455 522 465 1442 AMBHFSL Happy Bodnar 480 550 470 1500 Sam Boyles 473 534 485 1492 Greg Misner 460 541 475 1476 AMTRAD Jeff Noble 258 348 241 847 SMFS Bill Tiefenthaler 537 559 542 1638 Dave Yaeger 520 562 516 1598 SMBHFS Ralph Warnstorm 528 561 529 1618 Darrell Howard 505 555 525 1585 Al Bodle 516 555 506 1577 Tom Bennet 501 525 506 1532 SMBHFSL Marty Garlick 428 523 450 1401

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FIRST LAST NAME NAME FIELD X ANIMAL SP HUNTER X TOTAL ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREE STYLE LTD MICHAEL JOINER 466 13 265 1 451 8 1182 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREE STYLE LTD SHERI STINE-TRUJILLO 405 7 247 1 412 12 1064 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREE STYLE JUSTIN BOSS 487 20 274 6 483 18 1244 YOUTH MALE FREE STYLE GABRIEL COPE 480 11 256 0 177 9 913 CUB MALE FREE STYLE ADEN STANEK 433 9 231 1 437 10 1101 CUB FEMALE FREE STYLE TARAROSE LEE 511 33 261 3 494 21 1266 CUB FEMALE BAREBOW GABRIELA BORGES 204 1 123 1 211 1 538

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Dave Gordon Scholarship Recipient School: Central Methodist University, Missouri Shooting style: AMFSL (Adult Male Freestyle Limited)

How long have you been shooting archery? About 6 years (2 and a half with fingers)

easton foundations and nfaa foundation

Michelle Riley Paige Daniel Katie Eliot Tristan Garrett Jenna Adam Carli Marcella Emma Ryan

Gilbert Whiting Pearce Cunningham Alexander Simon Skarvan Abernethy Ahn Gallant Cochran Hebert Harris Penhallurick

College Station, TX Cove, UT Red Bluff, CA San Diego, CA Roseville, CA Sayville, NY Elk Mound, WI Aiken, SC Coto de Caza, CA Bryan, TX Willow Street, PA Spencer, WI Yankton, SD Brecksville, OH

Dave Gordon Scholarship Recipient Cole

Duensing

Clinton, MO

$2,750 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,000 $2,000 $1,500 $1,250 $1,000 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

$1,000

Favorite archery memory: It’s hard to limit it to just one, but some of my favorites are winning at state in Barebow and AMFSL in back to back years, winning the Barebow division at the Kansas City Pro AM, and coaching the Holy Rosary NASP archery team to a state championship earlier this spring. Other notable memories were harvesting my largest buck with a bow to date, a 153 in. P&Y. And of course, all the great times with fellow archers at various events.

Advice for other young archers: With all your ups there are downs. Everyone experiences highs and lows when shooting so don’t let it define you. Keep your nose to the grind stone and keep working. Enjoy the victories and learn from the tough times. And in the end, always remember that it’s archery and it’s supposed to be fun!

How do you celebrate an archery victory or new personal best? It’s not exactly glamorous, but I like to take what I learned in the event and try to integrate it into my everyday shooting. It’s like the quote from Aristotle says, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” In other words I try to learn how I can consistently perform at that level and practice it repeatedly.

Archery accessory or equipment you could not live without:

NFAA Memorial Scholarship Recipients

Kayleigh Marcella Wyatt Riley

Rogers Hebert Hespe Whiting

Plano, TX Spencer, WI Okaton, SD Cove, UT

NFAA Memorial Scholarship Recipient

$500 $500 $500 $500

Wow, there’s too many things that fall under the category of “couldn’t live without”! First, I would say it’s my Carbon Express arrows and Bohning vanes. I am a stickler about how my arrows are and without them being to my specifications, I couldn’t handle it! Along with that, I shoot lots of known yardage classes both in the NFAA competitions and other various organizations, so my rangefinder is a must! more recipients page 46!

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School: Freshman at Mercyhurst University, Erie, PA Shooting style: Compound

How long have you been shooting archery? I picked up my first bow during a field trip to Gander Mountain to learn about Robinhood 7 Years ago.

Favorite archery memory:

Having my mom and coach Michael Braden with me when I won 2013 Adult Female Freestyle at NFAA Nationals.

Advice for other young archers: Work hard, shoot strong, stay focused and have FUN!!

How do you celebrate an archery victory or new personal best? My favorite way to celebrate is ice cream with family

Archery accessory or equipment you could not live without: I have 2 favorites, my PSE Supra ME and my Doinker Avancée Stabilizers 44 Archery Magazine

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from the waist to the shoulders as a “T,” with your arms being the top of the “T.” You must maintain this “T” formation on all shots. If you merely raise or lower your bow arm, your normal draw length will be changed, as well as the anchor point and peep alignment. Most 3-D archers practice by shooting on a level surface. How many shots of this nature do you find on a 40-target 3-D course? Take a target butt to the rolling hills and rehearse the type of shots that you are going to face on a 3-D course. If you primarily shoot the ASA circuit, I highly rec-

ommend that you do most of your practicing on uphill and downhill shots. Exercise good form and make sure that the following posture elements occur: 1) you have good balance, 2) your shoulders are square to the target, 3) your back is straight and you are not leaning, and 4) you bend at the waist for uphill and downhill shots. Learning to shoot the hills with the angle shots and poor footing is a major part of the game. Practice on the slopes so you will gain the knowledge and competence needed to raise your game to a higher level. n scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 45


scholarship recipients | continued from page 45 NFAA Memorial Scholarship Recipient

Dave Gordon Scholarship Program National Field Archery Association

School: Junior in college at University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

National Field Archery Association

800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078 Phone 605-260-9279 Fax 605-260-9280

Shooting style: Compound Freestyle

How long have you been shooting archery?

Memorial Scholarship Program 800 Archery Lane • Yankton, SD 57078 • Phone 605/260-9279 • Fax 605/260-9280

12 years (started when I was 8)

Favorite archery memory: Over the years I have accumulated so many great memories though archery but here is one of my favorites. I was 14 years old competing at a 4-H shoot in Shawano, WI. Youth shooters can team up with adults in a team round in addition to shooting individual rounds. I had just shot a 300 53x for my individual round score. My brother and I were taking a break to eat lunch when my dad comes up to the table and does a victory dance “I beat you! I beat you!” My brother said, “Now watch you’ll shoot a 60x.” So I went to shoot my next round. After words I walked over to my dad, handed him my score card, and enjoyed the looked that crossed over his face as my score registered – I just shot my first 300 60x round. Oh, and yeah—that beat my dad.

NFAA Memorial Scholarship Program Information 1.

a) All applicants must be at least a senior in high school or enrolled in an institution of higher education. b) All applicants must be current members of NFAA and have been a member of the NFAA for at least two (2) years. 2.

3.

How do you celebrate an archery victory or new personal best?

Will the scholarships be given to the person finishing high school with the best grade point average? Scholastic achievements are not the main requirement, but will be weighed in their proper balance during the selection process.

Ice cream (preferably Cold Stone) with family and friends.

Archery accessory or equipment you could not live without: For six years I shot Olympic style recurve and used a homemade finger sling. I got so used to it I still use it when I shoot my compound. (Of course I have to give a shout out to my lucky bunny that’s been on my quiver for 9 years. )

How many scholarships will be given each year? The number of scholarships to be given each year will be determined by the Scholarship Committee, based on funds available and number of qualified nominees.

Advice for other young archers: It’s really easy to get caught up in the competitions, perfecting your form, and tallying your score – archery is a lot of work, but remember why you enjoy shooting. Take some time to just have fun with it.

How can you become eligible for the NFAA Scholarship?

4.

How much will the scholarship amount per winner be? The minimum amount will be $100, but the actual amount will be based on the amount available in the scholarship fund at the time of selection.

NFAA Memorial Scholarship Recipient

5.

If you meet the qualifications, above, write or call NFAA Headquarters for an application. The completed application must be mailed to National Field Archery Association, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078. All applications are due (postmarked) by December 31 to be considered for the following year.

School: Freshmen in college at University of Nebraska Lincoln Shooting style: Compound and recurve

How long have you been shooting archery? Since I was 7 years old

Favorite archery memory: Teaching all the young archers in our club how to shoot and excel in archery.

Advice for other young archers: Never quit when you are having a bad day because if you have a great coach working with you one on one the shooter can learn from their hard times and change habits that they have made can give the shooter confidence in future shooting expeditions.

How do you celebrate an archery victory or new personal best? I don’t celebrate a victory or a personal best I just take in the moment to think to myself that next time I am going to do better than I just shot.

How can you apply for the NFAA Scholarship?

6.

If I am selected to receive the NFAA Scholarship, when and how will I receive it? A confirmation letter to the winner(s) of the NFAA Scholarship will be mailed in April. During August of said year, the NFAA will forward the award in the form of a check to the cashier of the institute of higher education of the recipient’s choice for deposit to the student’s financial account to be used as the student sees fit. If the student decides not to attend an institution of higher learning, the amount will be returned to the NFAA Scholarship Fund.

REMINDER Applications for the NFAA Scholarship must be mailed (postmarked) to NFAA Headquarters no later than December 31. Please include a picture.

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National Field Archery Association Dave Gordon Memorial Scholarship Application Scholarship Application Please type or print and submit application to: NFAA Headquarters, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078 NAME __________________________________________ AGE ____________________________________ 1.

Male

Female

2.

Social Security Number ______ - ______ - ______

3.

Current grade ___________________ Year of graduation ____________________________________

4.

Grade or quality point average _____________ ACT score ____________

5. Class position (numerical position out of total number in grade or class) ______________________________ 6. College/University expected to attend _________________________________________________________ 7. Has student been accepted to college/university yet?

Yes

No

8. Year and month studies expected to start _______________________________________________________ 9. Major intended to pursue ___________________________________________________________________ 10. Member of NFAA?

Yes

No

Date joined: ____________________________

11. Extra-curricular activities (clubs and organizations you belong to; use reverse side if necessary)

12. Hobbies/interests

13. Archery activities (hunting, tournaments, awards, etc.) ________________________________________________________________________________________

NAME _____________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS __________________________________________________________________________________ CITY ___________________________________ STATE ______________________ ZIP __________________ High school or higher educational institution currently attending, name and address ________________________ Please attach or include any information you would like the Scholarship Committee to consider. Please include a picture. Application must be postmarked by December 31 to be considered for the following year.

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jerked my boots off and I crept up the hill and eased over the edge looking down on the cliffs. There they were! I could see the backs of sheep as they fed with their heads down. I nocked an arrow and started creeping, on my hands and knees, closer to the edge. To my disappointment none were rams. I was within 28 yards of nine ewes! I was feeling good about the stalk, but I was frustrated because I had yet to be within bow range of a legal ram, with my bow in hand. We backtracked to another ridge to do some more glassing. As we topped out Jack started glassing and immediately said, “Look! There are the three Amigos. They’re about a mile from of us.” We both looked at each other—they were right where we had been hunting the last two days! We knew exactly where we had to go to intercept them. So off we went…again. We ran around the back side of the mountain and started to climb up towards the ridge line. That’s when we spotted the sheep; they had fed over the top and were now feeding on our side of the ridge. We melted into the side of the hill and watched until the sheep had fed back over the top and were again out of sight. Climbing as fast as we could we finally reached the knoll where I was sure I they would be. Jack stayed back about 30 yards as I eased around the knoll. I knew I was close so I got on my hands and knees and started crawling slowly toward them. Then I saw the backs of a couple of sheep. I could tell that they were ewes as their coats were light in color compared to the much darker rams. As I sat there contemplating what my next move would be I noticed a ewe about 30 yards from me looking right at me. She was trying to figure out what I was. Then she started walking right toward me, not taking her eyes off me, until she was 10 yards away. Realizing something was not right, her eyes opened really wide, then she spun on a dime and busted out of there taking 25 sheep with her which included three BIG rams. Then Lady Luck stepped in and they all stopped and looked back up to see just what the heck they were running from. I grabbed my rangefinder and ranged the closest ram, he was 57 yards away. I drew my bow back, let my pins settle on his ribs and released the bow string. It seamed like I was watching my arrow fly in slow motion then it disappeared into the ram’s chest. As the band of sheep thundered off downhill, I turned towards Jack and raised my arms to let him know I just shot my ram… but he had seen the whole event unfold and he was as excited as I was. We watched the sheep continue their flight for about 300 yards, until they came to a very

narrow finger ridge where they stopped. I saw my ram wobble a little bit then he laid down and it was over. The rest of the herd took off and Jack and I started to hoot and holler! I had done it!! I got my Desert Big Horn Ram with my BOW!!! We descended the steep hillside to my ram and as we approached I couldn’t believe the mass and length of his horns. We knew we had something special but we just didn’t know how special. I had been after a legal, mature ram but this one far exceeded that goal. I pulled out my cell phone to call my son Travis to tell him what I had just done but I was shaking so bad Jack had to dial it for me! After blurting out that I had a BIG RAM down I asked if he could get off work and help us pack it out? He called back a few minutes later to inform me that he and Jason, another hunting buddy, were on their way and would be there in an hour. They arrived as Jack and I were finishing up on the skinning and quartering. We loaded our packs and headed back to the truck where a few more friends had shown up. My buddy Wayne took pictures of us packing my ram out of the canyon and he also brought a bottle of sparkling apple cider (our faux champagne). We toasted this extremely successful hunt and I thanked everyone for all of their help in making this hunt such a success. I needed to report my kill to Jeff Villepeno, the DFG Sheep Biologist, so I called him and asked where he would like to meet. Jeff provided us with a meeting place so we all loaded up in our trucks and traveled by caravan to meet Jeff. He gathered all of the required DFG information and then measured and plugged the horns, then he said, “You really got a great sheep, and with a bow!” After calculating all of the measurements Jeff said, “He green scores 180 & 7/8 inches!!! I couldn’t believe it! My ram ranks as the new number one Desert Big Horn Ram ever taken with archery equipment in the state of California!! Additionally, the Green Score places it in the top 2 for the Pope and Young Record Book!!! I am still on top of the world with this accomplishment, not only did I get my ram, I got him in 3 ½ days on my own and he turns out to be a record! This isn’t only a tag of a lifetime this was a hunt of a lifetime and a trophy of a lifetime! The official score after the mandatory 60-day drying period was 178 4/8 net with 179 1/8 gross… only 2/8” below the Pope & Young Club world record!!! n scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 49


EASTON FOUNDATIONS NATIONAL FIELD ARCHERY ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION JOINT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 1. Deadline for 2013 scholarship applications to be received at the NFAAF Office in Yankton is December 31, 2013. The winners will be announced at the World Archery Festival Vegas Shoot, February 2014. 2. The NFAA Scholarship Committee will review and rank the applications, place each applicant into the appropriate category and present their suggestions to the Joint Scholarship Approval Committee for their approval. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee, consisting of two Directors of the National Field Archery Association Foundation and two Directors of the Easton Foundations, will make a joint decision on winners and the final amounts for each scholarship. 3. The NFAA National Office will notify all applicants if their application was denied or approved, and the amount of the scholarship. If approved, it will also describe the procedure for the scholarship payment. 4. For all scholarships greater than $500, the recipient will receive an Archery Activity Report form that must be completed and sent to the NFAA National Office twice a year, showing their archery activities during the year. Applicant Requirements The maximum amount of all scholarships for the first three years will be $50,000 per year. The goal is to provide 50% of the scholarships to recurve archers and 50% to compound archers. A secondary goal will be to split the scholarships equally between men & women. • Applicants must be a member of the NFAA or the NAA/USA Archery. • Applicants that are not graduating from high school in the current year (JOAD, NASP, junior high, or high school freshman/sophomore archers) may apply. n For this group, any approved scholarships will be held by the Foundation until the student notifies the Foundation they are graduating from high school, and the name of the qualified school they plan to attend. • High school applicants must be applying to be full time students at a two or four year college/university or a technical training college (these are considered qualified schools). n Applicant must maintain a 2.0 GPA minimum on a 4.0 scale in the current year. • College applicants must be full time students at either a two or four year college or university. 50 Archery Magazine

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Applicant must maintain a 2.5 GPA minimum on a 4.0 scale in the current year. Scholarship recipients must compete in archery during the entire academic year. Olympic, PanAm, or World Team members that have graduated from college may apply for training grants. n

Scholarship Levels 1. JOAD, NASP, Junior High, High School, Junior College or Trade College Students: Eligible for $500 scholarships. 2. College Freshmen, Sophomore, or Juniors: Scholarship amounts will vary between $500-2,500 based on the archer’s accomplishments, future competition plans, and the following: a. Applicant is attending college, participates in the college archery club program, and is shooting competitively. b. Applicant is attending a college that does not have an archery club program, but the student is shooting competitively on their own. i. If the student starts a new archery club program at their school, this will be a major factor to receive a scholarship the next year. ii. Students that are more successful starting archery clubs will be considered for greater scholarship amounts. 3. If the Applicant has made the current Olympic, PanAm, or Other International Team through the USA Archery selection process: Scholarship amounts will vary between $2,500-5,000 based on the archer’s accomplishments and future competition plans. a. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee may approve a ‘training grant’ for Olympic, PanAm, or World Team members that have graduated from college, and allow them to use the grant to pay for training, and competition travel expenses without needing to be spent on the archer’s education. (Though this situation is expected to be rare, it will allow top US archers to apply for financial support.) 4. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee has the discretion to create a larger scholarship for an extraordinary applicant (up to $20,000) depending on specontinued on page 55

    Easton  Foundations   National  Field  Archery  Association  Foundation  

 

Scholarship  Application  

Please  type  or  print  and  submit  application  to:   NFAA  Headquarters,  800  Archery  Lane,  Yankton,  SD  57078   (Completed  applications  must  be  received  by  the  NFAA  Office  no  later  than  December  31,  2013.)  

 

Last  Name  __________________    First  Name  _________________    MI  __     Male    _______  

Female  _______    (Optional  response)  

1. 2. 3. 4.

Address:    ________________________________  City  ____________________  State  ___  Zip  _______   Phone:  ____________________________   E-­‐Mail:    ________________________________________   Age  or  Date  of  Birth:  _______________________   Are  you  a  current  member  of  the  NFAA  ____________or  USA  Archery/  NAA  __________  .   a. When  did  you  first  join  NFAA  _______________  USA  Archery/NAA  ____________   b. Other  archery  organization  membership  _________________________________  .   5. Do  you  compete  with  a  compound  ___________  or  recurve  ___________  bow.   Applicants  that  are  not  currently  enrolled  in  a  college  or  university,  complete  Section  7 -­‐8.    College/university   students  please  complete  Section  9.    All  applicants  are  to  complete  Sections  10-­‐16  and  sign  the  application.   APPLICANTS  THAT  ARE  NOT  IN  COLLEGE,  PLEASE  COMPLETE  SECTIONS  7  &  8,  AND  SECTIONS  10-­‐16.   6. Name  of  the  school  you  are  currently  enrolled  in:  ____________________________   a. (  Is  this  a  High  School  _____  Middle  School  _____  Primary  School  _____)   b. Date  of  planned  high  school  graduation:  ___________________   c. If  you  have  already  graduated,  date  of  graduation:  ________________   i. Class  rank  at  graduation  (numerical  position/total  in  class):____/____    (Please  attach  a   school  letter  or  copy  of  graduation  ranking  to  confirm.)   ii. High  school  GPA:  _____________  (Please  attach  a  copy  of  transcript  showing  GPA.)   7. If  you  are  in  high  school,  what  college  do  you  expect  to  attend?_______________________   College  City  and  State:    __________________________________________________________   a. Have  you  been  accepted  to  this  institution?    _________   b. List  the  year  and  month  studies  are  expected  to  start  ________________   c. Major  you  intend  to  pursue  _______________________________   d. Does  this  college  have  an  archery  club?  _______________   i. If  not,  are  you  interested  in  starting  a  college  archery  club?  __________   APPLICANTS  THAT  ARE  IN  COLLEGE,  PLEASE  COMPLETE  SECTION  9  AND  SECTIONS  10-­‐16.   8. Name  of  college/university  you  attend:    _______________________    City  ____________    State  _____   i. College  hours  completed:  ______  Quarter  or  Semester  Hours?  ______   ii. Cumulative  College  GPA  (4.0  scale)  __________  (Please  attach  a  copy  of  transcript   showing  GPA.)   iii. Does  this  college  have  an  archery  club?  ___________   iv. Do  you  participate  and  compete  with  the  school  archery  club  ________   9. Tell  us  about  your  archery  experience.   a. What  was  your  USAT  ranking  at  the  end  of  the  prior  year  __________.   i. What  is  your  current  USAT  ranking  _________  As  of  what  date  ________  .   OVER scores, tournament info and more at www.nfaausa.com 51


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b. Have  you  been  a  resident  athlete  at  the  Olympic  Training  Center  ________  .   i. Have  you  trained  at  the  OTC?  ______  When  _______________   c. Have  you  been  a  member  of  the  US  Olympic,  PanAm  or  other  International  Team?    What  year  (or   years)  __________________________________________________   d. Were  you  a  JOAD  Olympian  or  Junior  World  Team  Member?    What  year(s)  _____   i. Did  you  compete  at  the  JOAD  National  Championships?  What  year(s)  ____   e. Did  you  participate  at  the  USIAC  in  the  prior  year?    ______What  was  your  score  and  what  place   did  you  finish?   i. Year______  (Score)  _______  (Place)_____   ii. Year______  (Score)  _______  (Place)  _____   iii. Year  ______  (Score)  _______  (Place)  _____   f. Did  you  participate  in  the  NAA  or  NFAA  Sectional  Tournaments  in  the  prior  year?   i. Sectional  ______________    Score  ________  Place  _______    NAA  _____  NFAA  _____   ii. Sectional_______________  Score  ________  Place  _______    NAA  _____  NFAA  _____   iii. Sectional  _______________  Score  _______    Place  _______    NAA  _____  NFAA  _____   g. Did  you  participate  in  the  NFAA  Indoor,  Outdoor,  or  3-­‐D  Nationals  in  the  prior  year?   i. Indoor  _________    Division  __________________  Score  ______  Place  _____   ii. Outdoor  _______    Division  __________________  Score  _______  Place  _____   iii. 3-­‐D              _________  Division  __________________  Score  _______  Place  _____   h. Did  you  participate  in  the  World  Archery  Festival  3-­‐Star  Tour  in  the  prior  year?   i. Vegas  Shoot                            Division  __________________  Score  _______  Place  _____   ii. Indoor  National                Division  __________________  Score  _______  Place  _____   iii. First  Dakota  Classic    Division  __________________  Score  _______  Place_____     Have  you  applied  for  any  other  archery  scholarships?  _______   a. Describe  the  archery  scholarship  that  you  have  applied  for,  indicate  the  amount  requested,  and   the  amount  of  any  scholarship  that  has  been  approved.     __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________   Have  you  previously  received  a  scholarship  from  Easton  Foundations  or  the  NFAAF?   a. Date  __________   Amount    _________   b. Date  __________          Amount  ___________   Extra  curricular  activities  (non-­‐archery  clubs  and  organizations  you  belong  to,  use  reverse  side  if   necessary).   ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________   What  are  your  hobbies  &  interests  besides  archery.     ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________   What  are  you  goals  in  archery.     ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________   Other  comments:   ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________I   confirm  that  all  information  submitted  on  this  Scholarship  Application  Form  is  correct  to  the  best  of  my   knowledge.  

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(Parent  or  guardian  must  sign  for  all  applicants  under  the  age  of  18.)Incomplete  applications  will  not  be  considered.  

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Officers President—Bruce Cull 2305 E. Hwy. 50 Yankton, SD 57078 605/665-8340 bcull@nfaausa.com

Great Lakes Judy McCutcheon Director - IL 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/652-5836 jlynnmac@royell.org

Vice President—Brian Sheffler 7006 Beargrass Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46241 317/244-7585 lbsheff@comcast.net NFAA® Office 800 Archery Lane Yankton, SD 57078 605/260-9279 605/260-9280 fax nvollmer@nfaausa.com Great Lakes Rocky Kline 1108 N. Korby St. Kokomo, IN 46901 765/438-6413 rlkline1@comcast.net

Michael Clary Director - IN 10139 N. State St. Elwood, IN 46036 765/552-7451 elwoodgambler@comcast.net Mike Spence Director - MI 11263 Connell Dr. Dexter, MI 48130 734/475-5839 grysbok1mike@aol.com Norm Newman Director - OH 103 Silver Gate Kenton, OH 43326 419/673-0021

Bill Hakl Director - MN 5656 317th St. Stacy, MN 55079 651/462-1916 wehjkh@gmail.com

Mike Thomas Director - OR 4122 Jana Dr. Klamath Falls, OR 97603 541/891-2264 foothillsdental@hotmail.com

Steve Coleman Director - TX 909 LCR 120 Mount Calm, TX 76673 254/993-2900 j13scoleman@yahoo.com

Kathy Potter Director - MO 1401 County Rd 1225 Huntsville, MO 65259 660/651-3175 potter.mbh@cvalley.net

Matt Anderson Director - WA 4099 Jones Rd Oak Harbor, WA 98277 360/929-4330 mpa4matt@aol.com

Ed Christman Director - NE 3818 34th St. Columbus, NE 69601 402/563-3504 eChristman@neb.rr.com

Jeff Meyer Director - WY 221 Omaha Tr. Casper, WY 82601 307/262-6202 Bowhuntingnut@lycos.com

Southwest Frank Pearson Director - AZ P.O. Box 308. St. David, AZ 85630 520/647-7847 frank@frankpearson.com

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

Southeast Mike Albertson Director - AL 531 Laura Ln. Newton, AL 36352 334/324-9322 JMAlbertson@aol.com

Reginald “Shorty” Faber Director - SD P.O. Box 66 Carthage, SD 57349 605/772-4468 shortyfaber@gmail.com

Oliver Austin Director - FL 1620 Yearling Trail Tallahassee, FL 32317 850/309-1918 oaustin@admin.fsu.edu Tom Boots Director - GA 6530 Robert Dr. Harlem, GA 30814-5360 706/556-3240 boots_thomas@yahoo.com

Mid-Atlantic Dave Hryn PO Box 341 West Seneca, NY 14224-0341 716/481-4699 midatlcouncilman@hotmail.com

Mike Strassman Director - WI 2402 W. Camerson Eau Claire, WI 54703 715/834-9975 mstrassman9975@charter.net

Midwest Ray Jones 704 West South Winterset, IA 50273 515/462-6788 IowaArchery@hotmail.com

Mid Atlantic Ron West Director - MD 802 Painter Pl. Capitol Hts., MD 20743 301/336-7961 WestArrowsWest@aol.com

New England Gary Marrier Director - VT 1525 Gibou Rd. Montgomery Ctr., VT 05471 802/326-4797 bowdoctor@pivot.net

John Pawlowski Director - PA 360 Madison St. Coatesville, PA 19320 610/384-5483 bpjp@ccis.net

Jim Lamoin Director - CT 138 Albrecht Rd. Torrington, CT 06790 860/489-9452 CTArchery@snet.net

Douglas Joyce Director - NJ 30 Willow Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873 732/247-3892 jdjarcher@aol.com

Pam Gallant Director - ME 26 Windsor Place Poland, ME 04230 207/988-2793 psgallant@fairpoint.net

Samantha Neal Director - NY 1584 Master St. North Tonawanda, NY 14120 716/930-0098 Sjneal300@gmail.com

Paul Lewkowicz Director - MA 3 Davis Road Southborough, MA 01772 luke84@charter.net

New England Kenneth Moore 730 Newman Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771 508/761-5415 kmoore151@verizon.net Northwest Dan Kolb 3571 Teton St., Casper, WY 82609 307/262-7598 bhfsdjk@gmail.com Southeast Tim Austin 1710 SW 76th Terrace Gainesville, FL 32607 352/332-1969 Flarchery@earthlink.net Southern Lee Gregory 112 Ridge Oak Drive Georgetown, TX 78628-7613 512/966-2799 lee@dlprint.com Southwest Bob Borges 5332 River Ridge Ave NW Albuquerque, NM 87114 505/890-4665 nmarcher505@gmail.com

Archery Magazine Editorial Board Bruce Cull Brian Sheffler John Pawlowski Ken Moore Natalie Vollmer Brittany Salonen Emily Robinson

Jim Quarles Director - VA 7911 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23225 804/272-6512 jim.quarles@vfaa.org Steve Tincher Director - WV 214 Seneca Valley Estates Charleston, WV 25320 304/984-0090 jstincher@cebridge.net Midwest Norm Swank Director - IA 403 Main Street P.O. Box 31 Reasnor, IA 50232 563/578-8534 nswank@netins.net John Doub Director - KS 1125 E. 59th St. Wichita, KS 67216 316/524-0963 archnutz@cox.net

Michael Wright Director - NH PO box 237 Marlboro, NH 03455 603/209-8007 barebownh@aol.com Bruce Mulneix Director - RI 6101 Post Rd. Trlr 73, N. Kingstown, RI 02852 401/269-9181 Northwest Hubert Sims Director - ID PO Box 1713 Orofino, ID 83544 208/476-5377 hmsarchery@email.com

Glen Baxter Director - KY 9301 Whitley Rd. Louisville, KY 40272 502-262-6738 gbaxter@heiltrailer.com Pat Sargeant Director - NC 3901 Melco Ct. High Point, NC 27265 336/841-1638 psargeant@rfmd.com S. Dale Smith Director - SC 149 Low Road Six Mile, SC 29682 864/868-9422 sdalesmith@yahoo.com Clinton Berry Director - TN 1802 Porter Road Nashville, TN 37206 615/943-1919 Caberry3@att.net Southern Garry Randall Director - MS 5301 Baron Rd. Summit, MS 39666 601/249-2988 garryche@bellsouth.net Dick Andrews Director - AR 11 Tuxford Circle Bellavista, AR 72714 479/855-6066 andr-ds@cox.net

Tom Daley Director - CA 21840 Golden Pines Ct. Auburn, CA 95602 650/722-2713 nfaadir@cbhsaa@org Sheri Stine-Trujillo Director - CO 7723 Raritan Street Denver, CO 80221 303/427-4430 sherist1000@msn.com Mark Kato Director - HI PO Box 62252 Honolulu, HI 96839 808/386-9771

Jim Metzger Director - LA 2019 Lovers Lane Shreveport, LA 71105 318/402-3381 GreyTrad@aol.com

Dwight Coppock Director - AK 7362 W. Parks Hwy. PMB 303 Wasilla, AK 99654 907/357-4063

Fred Hockett Director - OK 727 Kingsgate Rd. Yukon, OK 73099 405/202-7851

Pro Chairperson Randall Wellings 1705 Ash St. Ishpeming, MI 49849 906/486-6845 randall@straightlinearchery.com Certified Instructor Committee vacant Bowhunting Chairman Tom Vollmer 800 Archery Lane Yankton, SD 57078-4174 605/260-9279 nvollmer@nfaausa.com

The NFAA® has 50 chartered state associations and over 1,000

Carl Jamison Director - NM 6763 Forest Hills Dr. NE Albuquerque, NM 87109 505/857-0815 carl_jamison@msn.com

affiliated clubs in

John Thayer Director - NV 7215 W. Tara Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89117 702/222-9878 mdthayer@cox.net

sport of archery

Jim Jensen Director - UT 9284 South 3550 West Payson, UT 84651 801/360-1911 jimjensen.archer@gmail.com

Professional Representatives Great Lakes Jeff Button 2889 Busston Rd. Cottage Grove, WI 53527 608/839-5137 New England Chris Deston 74 Springbrook Dr. Glastonbury, CT 06033 860/8171177 Midwest vacant Midatlantic Kendall Woody 194 Arrowhead Dr. Madison Heights, VA 24572 434/929-0223 Southern vacant

Joel McNeese Director - MT 4205 Lewis Ave. Great Falls, MT 59405 406/727-2997 jrmcneese@bresnan.net

Committee Chairmen

Southeast Diane Watson 11815 Lakewood Drive Hudson, FL 34669 727/856-6841 DianeN2Archery@aol.com Southwest Jonathan Pemberton 1652 N. 2100 W. Provo, UT 85604 801/323-3704

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is a healthy and exciting sport providing an activity in which the entire family can participate.

Write us on how to obtain information about various programs offered by NFAA®. National Championship Tournaments, Sectional/State Tournaments, Indoor/Outdoor Leagues, Junior Bowhunter Programs, which include the Art Young Small / Big Game Awards, and the Bowfisher Program.

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