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FEATURES June/July 2006

Vol. 26 • No. 3 © 2006 NFAA®

BOWHUNTERS SHOWCASE by Tim Atwood..........................................8

BIG SKY OPEN Tourney Info./Registration Form .............34

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

HAVE BOOTH WILL TRAVEL by Tim Atwood........................................38

LOUISVILLE ‘06 NATIONAL INDOOR Editorial and Results, by Paul Davison ....11 STANISLAWSKI OPEN/PITTSBURGH 3D Editorial and Results, by Paul Davison ....22 ISTARTING OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT Even If You’re Right-Handed by Bernie Pellerite ...................................30

ON OUR COVER:

NFAA CALENDAR OF EVENTS ...............39 NFAA SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS .................................................40-47 NOSTALGIA CORNER Aurora: Perfect End to An Era by Paul Davison .......................................50

BOWHUNTING PLUS by Tim Atwood........................................53 INDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Result ..................................................50-54 SHOOTIN’ STRAIGHT WITH UNCLE TED An Interview with Ted Nugent by Frank Addington ................................57

PLUS TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FORMS AND MUCH MORE!

The Louisville Indoor winners with their trophies. Photo courtesy of Greg Nielson. EDITORIAL POLICIES

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Shows Harold D. Anglina of Yucaina, CA harvested a nice rambacay. Harold was stalking and took his ram at 41 yards. Harold was hunting the Big Bear Mountain area. P.S. Harold made grandmaster January 30, 2006.

George Morris of the Broken Arrow Bowhunters of southern California took his nice antelope while bow hunting in northern California.

Joe Becker of Yuba City, CA took his black bear while bow hunting Tehama County near Lassen National Forest. Joe was using a tree stand and took his bear at 15 yards.

Scott Smith of El Cajon, CA took his mule deer at 16 yards from a ground blind. Scott was bow hunting in southern California and was using a Bowtech Patriot Bow.

Terry Ripple, 63 years old, from Kemmerer, WY, took his good looking mule deer at 26 yards using a 51 lb. Martin Seepter III Shooting Bare Bow. Opening week, Terry harvested an elk and then went on to take his mule deer. The buck green scored 160. Terry used Thunder Heads 100 grain. 8 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

NFAA® Council & Board of Directors NFAA® Council

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

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

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

Rocky Kline Director - IN 1108 N. Korby St. Kokomo, IN 46901 rlkline@insightbb.com 765/457-7086 Bill Jones Director - MI 2049 Lake St. National City, MI 48748 989/469-3939 Dave Thewlis Director - OH 16423 Chamberlain Rd Grafton, OH 44044 440/926-2464 DThew69613@aol.com Bruce Timble Director - WI 650 17th St. N Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 715/421-9277 bruce@stringworks.net MID ATLANTIC Ron West Director - MD 190 54th Street SE Washington, DC 20019 WestArrowsWest@aol.com 202/584-8015 John Pawlowski Director - PA 360 Madison St. Coatesville, PA 19320 610/384-5483 bpjp@ccis.net Douglas Joyce Director - NJ 30 Willow Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873 732/247-3892 jdjarcher@aol.com Dave Hryn Director - NY PO Box 341 West Seneca, NY 14224 716/481-4699 Archery1@localnet.com Jim Quarles Director - VA 7911 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23225 804/272-6512 jim.quarles@excite.com Steve Cox Director - WV WV Archery Assn. P.O. Box 142 Waverly, WV 26184 304/464-5646 MIDWEST Rodney “Zeke” Ogden Director - IA 718 N. 8th St. Osage, IA 50461 641/732-5797 ogdpeep@osage.net John Doub Director - KS 1125 E. 59th St. Wichita, KS 67216 316/524-0963 archnutz@cox.net Bill Hakl Director - MN 5656 317th St. Stacy, MN 55079 wehjkh@concentric.net 612/462-1916

Earl Foster Director - MO 8709 Booth Kansas City, MO 64138 816/763-2699 Ed Christman Director - NE 3818 34th St. Columbus, NE 69601 402/563-3504 eChristman@neb.rr.com Marc Tebelius Director - ND 5292 8th Ave. North Grand Forks, ND 58203 701/792-3582 (home) 218/230-3258 (cell) marct@uffdaonline.net Ron Lewon Director - SD 11 Front St. Bronson, IA 51007 NEW ENGLAND Volker Pense Director - AAE Carl-Ulrich-Strasse 2B 64297 Darmstadt, Germany 0615-653085 nfaadirector@aae-archery.org Gary Marrier Director - VT 1525 Gibou Rd. Montgomery Ctr., VT 05471 802/326-4797 bowdoctor@pivot.net Tom Schaub Director - CT 35 Benson Rd. Ridgegfield, CT 06877 203/748-3771

LeRoy Dukes Director - OR P.O. Box 422 Fairview, OR 97024 503/201-4961 T.C. Parker Director - WA P.O. Box 613 Hoquiam, WA 98550 360/533-4698 wa_nfaa@olynet.com Dan Kolb Director - WY 3571 Teton St. Casper, WY 82609 307/265-4418 bhfsldlk@hotmail.com SOUTHEAST Howard Beeson Director - AL 111 Eagle Circle Enterprise, AL 30824 334/347-4990 Oliver Austin Director - FL 1620 Yearling Trail Tallahassee, FL 32317 850/309-1918 oaustin@admin.fsu.edu Earl Watts Director - GA 3672 Larkin Road SE Dearing, GA 30808 706/556-6145 ewatts@standardtextile.com Jerry Barr Director - KY 919 Manor Dr. Henderson, KY 42420 270/827-4570 barebow@henderson.net

Dave Cousins Director - ME 354 River Rd. Standish, ME 04084 207/642-4530

Mike Hindmarsh Director - NC 1687 Kildee Church Rd. Ramseur, NC 27316 bowtie01@centernet.net 919/742-5017

Alvie Carpenter Director - MA 7 Central Peterborough, NH 03458 603/924-3941 alviec@earthlink.net

S. Dale Smith Director - SC 149 Low Road Six Mile, SC 29682 864/868-9422 sdalesmith@yahoo.com

Michael Wright Director - NH PO box 237 Marlboro, NH 03455 603/876-4249 barebownh@aol.com

Gordon Oland Director - TN 8851 Highland View Lane Knoxville, TN 37938 865/925-0138 goland@staffingtech.com

Bruce Mulneix, Director - RI 6101 Post Rd. Trlr 73, N. Kingstown, RI 02852 401-885-5684

SOUTHERN Wayne King Director - MS 107 Dana St. Brandon, MS 39042 601/825-9278

NORTHWEST Hubert Sims Director - ID PO Box 1713 Orofino, ID 83544 hmsarchery@email.com 208/476-5377

Dick Andrews Director - AR 11 Tuxford Circle Bellavista, AR 72714 479/855-6066 andr-ds@cox.net

Doug Tate Director - MT 3499 Blacktail Loop Rd. Butte, MT 5970d1 406/494-4393 DOUG.TATE@northwestern.com

Scott Bradford Director - LA 40340 Old Hickory Ave. Gonzales, LA 70737-6756 225/622-0838 NFAALADirector@aol.com Robert Wood Director - OK 75377 S. 280 Rd Wagoner, OK 74467 robertw@osaa.us 918/485-6552 Monty Heishmann Director - TX 10149 Heritage Pkwy. West, TX 76691 254-826-5788 barebow@att.net

SOUTHWEST Frank Pearson Director - AZ P.O. Box 308. St. David, AZ 85630 520/647-7847 frank@frankpearson.com Tom Daley Director - CA 11 Colton Ct. Redwood City, CA 94062 650/364-6730 lestom@sbcglobal.net Kenneth Buck Director - CO 1923 Shoshone Dr. Canon City, CO 81212 719/382-8919 KandSBuck@earthlink.net George Kong, Jr. Director - HI 1255 14th Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816-3838 808/734-5402 Ray Clark Director - NM PO Box 5 Espanola, NM 87532 505/753-8601 penray@newmexico.com Jim Marshall Director - NV 195 Ridge Crossing Henderson, NV 89015 702/566-0819 marshalls01@earthlink.net Ray Shephard Director - UT P.O. Box 610 Santaquin, UT 84655 801/754-1340 RKS1155@msn.com

Professional Representatives Great Lakes Jeff Button 2889 Busston Rd. Cottage Grove, WI 53527 (608) 839-5137 Midwest Sharon Henneman 3818 34th St. Columbus, NE 68601-4447 (402) 563-3504 Midatlantic Doug Williams 31 Gaylord St. Apt. A Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 258-9269 dwilliams @copperjohn.com Northwest Carolyn Elder 2319 Pe Ell McDonald Rd. Chehalis, WA 98532 (360) 245-3261 Southern Troy Wesley 2306 57th St. Lubbock, TX 79412 (806) 797-0546 Southeast Jim Pruitte 6717 Green Plantation Rd. Harlem, GA 30814 (706) 556-0738 JPruitte@mcg.edu Southwest Jonathan Pemberton 1652 N. 2100 W. Provo, UT 85604 (801) 323-3704

Committee Chairmen Pro Chairman Michael Braden 723 Carmel Dr. Keller, TX 76248 817/753-6563 prorookie1@aol.com Bowhunting and Conservation Administrative Chairman Tim Atwood 3175 Racine Riverside, CA 92503 909/354-9968 Atwoodhome@aol.com Celebrity Chairman Ted Nugent Promotion Chairman Fred Eichler

THE NFAA® HAS 50 CHARTERED STATE ASSOCIATIONS AND OVER 1,000 AFFILIATED CLUBS IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD. THE SPORT OF ARCHERY 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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Greetings fellow archers: As most of you were probably aware the NFAA and WAF were involved with 2 lawsuits with Mr. Bernie Pellerite/Robin Hood Videos over the last couple of years. It is with extreme pleasure that I am able to report to you that the lawsuits have been settled. I as President, the NFAA Council and Directors are looking forward to a good working relationship with Mr. Pellerite. Mr. Pellerite and his wife Jan have a private business; Robin Hood Videos, they run a mobile shooting/instructing school and they are also NFAA certified Master Coaches. They and other coaches will be instructing classes for the NFAA. Mr. Pellerite has been instrumental in the NFAA Certified Instructor Program in the past and will also be in the future. We are all looking forward to a great

February 8, 2006 To: National Field Archery Association, World Archery Festival, Bruce Cull, Marihelen Rogers, Lee Gregory, Bill Tiddy, Mike LePera, Brian Sheffler, Elaine Holmes, Earl Foster, and Walter Glisson This letter is being written to implement our agreement to settle our differences arising from the two lawsuits that were filed by me, Bernie Pellerite, and my company, Robinhood Video Productions, Inc., as stated in the Settlement Agreement and Release which was prepared by my lawyers and has been agreed to by representatives of the NFAA and the WAF. Accordingly, I apologize to the NFAA, the WAF, and all of the individuals named above for the misunderstanding, inconvenience and concerns which the lawsuits may have caused them. I hope that we can all agree to move forward from this point for the good of the sport of archery. I understand that as a result of the settlement which we all have agreed to, including this letter of apology, the relationship between me, and my company, Robinhood Video Productions, Inc., on the one hand, and the NFAA and WAF and their officers and directors, on the other hand, is restored, and all of us can hope that this will be beneficial for all of us and for the sport of archery.

working relationship and the promotion of

Sincerely,

the NFAA and the sport of archery!

Bernie Pellerite

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by Paul Davison

Nine shoot perfect at Louisville, but only two advance to the Million Dollar Jackpot

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he word is out! Louisville is a great place to hold the NFAA Indoor Nationals. Once again, total attendance nearly broke the 1400+ record set in 1993 when the tournament was held at the rather remote Kentucky Exposition Center (the Fairgrounds) adjacent to Louisville’s airport. Now, with two major hotels connected by skyway to the International Convention Center downtown, one hardly needs to venture outside during the entire weekend. Needless to say, we’ll be back here in 2007. “Weekend” is a misnomer. The NFAA controls the Convention Center for a full five days ... or more. Wednesday is set-up day. Thursday is the annual National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Championship. Friday morning the venue is converted from a NASP layout to NFAA Indoor layout, while Friday afternoon is the shooters’ time to register and practice, if they want. Friday evening we hold the second leg of the Marked 3-D Championships. Saturday, the first of two Indoor 300 rounds are shot at three different times, the non-Championship Marked 3-D competition continues, and the Stanislawski Pro-Am team event is shot in the evening. The standalone, Archery United Ultimate 3-D Pop-Up tournament is also shot on Friday and Saturday. The second of two Indoor 300 rounds are shot on Sunday. As each line is completed, all Championship ties are shot-off before the next line starts shooting. Then, each line has its own, non-interfering, awards ceremony. All awards are presented by early Sunday evening. Hopefully by midnight, tear-down is completed, the two WAF 18-wheelers are loaded, and all scores are posted on NFAA’s website. We’re all tired. Of the nearly 1400 registered shooters, there were close to 200 NFAA Pros, 228 in the three Junior age groups, and 214 non-professionals in the two Senior age groups. Registration in the Marked 3-D events totaled 258, and 211 two-person teams shot in the Stanislawski Pro-Am. Similar numbers participated in the Ultimate 3-D Pop-Up, and all Juniors were invited to “Practice with the Pros” Friday afternoon. It was a great mix of experience, proficiency, and games played. It was a very busy “weekend” for the NFAA shooters; and we’re not counting either the many

visits to the Trade Show exhibits, or the over 2100 rounds the NASP kids that shot on Thursday. With thirty 3-D professionals entered in the 20-station Marked 3-D Championship, and with a different group of twenty shooting every four ends, it was difficult for the both the shooters and spectators to tell who was leading at any given time. Last-to-start, but first-to-finish, defending Louisville 3-D Champion Tim Gillingham was the virtual leader with 222 out of a possible 240. First-to-start, but last-to-finish, Michael Braden tied Tim about thirty minutes later. Tim won the resulting shoot-off with the first arrow. No one will ever know whether it was the momentum interruption that cost Michael the title, but 3-D Tournament Chairman Ray Jones was sufficiently apologetic to award the last place finisher $250. 2005 Vegas 3-D Champion Scott Romero captured third place money. For those who follow the 3-D version of the 3-Star Tour, you may remember that Michael Braden shot a perfect 240 at the Kansas City in 2003. The first round of the 2006 NFAA Indoor Championship got underway Saturday at 8:00 am, 11:30 am and 3:00 pm. No less than twenty-three perfect 300-60X’s were shot on Saturday, including one each by Cub, Brandon Hood, and Young Adult, Joe Determan, four by the Adult men, and seventeen by the Pro men. Why so much interest in those shooting perfect? It’s because the National Indoor is the second leg of the World Archery Festival’s 3-Star Tour. It’s also the second step to the Million Dollar Jackpot to the person who shoots a perfect 900 at the Vegas Shoot, a perfect 600 with 120 X’s at the National Indoor, and a perfect 1200 at April’s Stanislawski Open in Pittsburgh. Seven men freestylers were eligible after the Vegas Shoot, but after Saturday’s first round at Louisville, it was reduced to three Pros: Dave Cousins, Jesse Broadwater and Lee Ford. The other twenty “perfects” had neither shot Vegas nor scored 900 at Vegas. Tomorrow is another day. Saturday evening’s highlight was the Stanislawski Pro-Am — this year, taking on the name of the 3-Star Tour’s new title sponsor. The winning team of Nick Jayne and Braden Gellenthien posted a combined

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score of 300-51X’s, worth $884. Second place went to Bryan Bradford and Keith Trail with 300-46X’s ($518), while the third place team was Tom Bailey and Randy Ballard with 300-36X’s ($442). The JayneGellenthien team certainly had the momentum. Both had shot perfect 300-60X’s earlier in the day. With four Adult Male Freestyle and seventeen Pro Male Freestyle shooters going into Sunday’s round with perfect scores, a shoot-off in each of these divisions was almost a sure-thing. It was a mild surprise, however, when none of the four AMFS shot perfect on Sunday. David Keith, Kendall Woody and Perry Harpring were tied with 600-119X’s. During the arrow-by-arrow phase of their shoot-off, Keith was the first to not score an X. Then, in the next end, with “inside-out” scoring, Harpring failed to get an X, leaving the well-deserved AMFS Championship to Kendall Woody. Essentially the same scenario happened in AMBHFS with Tim Ewers, Bryan Beauchamp and Jeff Human all tied with 600-117X’s. It was decided rather quickly in the second, one-arrow, shoot-off end. Tim Ewers finished third, Bryan Beauchamp second, and Jeff Human captured the 2006 AMBHFS Championship. Former “wunderkind” Erika Anschutz and the 2005 PFFS Champion, Christie Colin, finished tied with 600-117X’s. Erika became the new Pro Female Freestyle Champion (and recipient of $1,183) when Christie dropped an X in the second shoot-off end. Nine Pro men were tied with perfect 600-120X’s at the end of Sunday’s indoor round: Michael Anderson, Lee Ford, Nathan Brooks, Bob Eyler, Reo Wilde, Keith Trail, Jesse Broadwater, Gary Smith, Jr. and Braden Gellenthien. The resulting shoot-off was probably the longest in NFAA history. After the first, one-arrow, “inside-out” end, Lee Ford was the first to be eliminated. Then it was Michael Anderson followed by Gary Smith and Reo Wilde. Bob Eyler was not only the fifth Pro to be eliminated, but was also

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awarded the fifth place money of $1,173. After a few more one-arrow ends, Keith Trail and Nathan Brooks were retired, earning $1,349 and $1,486, respectively. The two left standing, Jesse Broadwater and Braden Gellenthien, then proceeded to shoot perfect, “inside-out” X’s for the next twenty-something ends! At one point, both requested, and were granted, a brief time-out. Finally, Jesse, the 2006 Vegas Champion, scored a line-cutting, but “out,” X for a “5”, versus Braden’s perfect X. Braden Gellenthien was awarded $7,500 to Jesse’s $1,818. This was the NFAA’s equivalent to a TV reality show. Both gentleman are congratulated for an outstanding, and enduring, shooting performance.

winners 2006 NASP Scholarship

Notwithstanding Braden Gellenthien’s national championship, Lee Ford and Jesse Broadwater, the first and last to be eliminated in the shoot-off, are the only two shooters who have a chance for the Million Dollar Jackpot. Unfortunately, Dave Cousins, the third shooter who started the day with a chance, dropped two X’s during his final round. With over 1300 shooters participating in 66 styles/ divisions, it’s virtually impossible for us to describe all the close matches in this issue of Archery. There is just not print space available. In addition to the four shoot-offs described above, there were 17 other championship matches decided by a mere one point, or by tie-breaking X-count. Moreover, virtually every Flight award, especially in Freestyle divisions, was determined in the same manner. There are no tie-breaking shoot-offs at the Flight level. Duplicate awards are presented. A detailed listing of all 2006 National Indoor and 3-D Championship scores are shown in this issue, as well as on the web at www.fieldarchery.com. For a listing of all Indoor National Champions from 1980 through 2006, click on the “NFAA History” link.

New, larger, dedicated practice area was very popular

2 0 0 6 N a t i o n al Indoor 3D Results NAME

Amateur EDWARD HEIL MIKE HUDSON ROMAN LEADER JOHN PANSEGRAU RICHARD AITKEN BRYAN LOVELEY BEN BLOSSER TONY KEIM JOE MARLEY PETE ROMIG DAN CHAFFIN DAVE COLDWELL RICHARD AITKEN DARIK BOLLIG ELI OLMEDA CURT PETERSON RICHARD AITKEN JOE MARLEY ANDREW RAINBOLT ROSS MOUNTCASTLE TYDAN ULMER RICHARD AITKEN BRIAN DAMPIEN RICK WHALEN CHRIS PHILLIPS JACOB LAMAR MACE VAN BLAIRCOM

STATE SCORE

OK IA CO IN AZ IA IN IA OK CO AZ WI PA CO IN IN IN OH CO KY KY KY IN IN

208 208 204 204 204 202 200 198 197 195 193 193 192 191 190 190 189 189 188 188 187 187 187 186 184 183 182

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8 5 5 4 4 6 1 5 3 4 3 3 5 4 4 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 2 1 1 1

1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

About one-half of the huge crown watching National Championship the NASP award ceremonies

AWARD

NAME

JOHNNY LIGGETT CARL JOHNSON KELVIN RANNEY RON SYKORA BILLY BURRESS ADAM PHELPS CODY WHALEN KRISTI PETERSON M. RYAN HUMPHRIS KEITH TROUT DAVID WILSON ROGER PRUITT TONY KEIM PHILIP THOMPSON REGGIE PUCKETT STEVE FINNEY DEAN WOCHTERL JEFF LANGER GENE GRELLNER CHRIS GRIFFITH MATTHEW WESTBURY DALE FADROW KELLY SLADE STACY PRUITT CHARLES STARNES TROY SAUNDERS JEFF INLOW ALLEN MARDEN TYLER DOOLEY LYLE FRYMAN

STATE SCORE

IN IL MI IA IN OH KY PA OH MI MI VA IA IN IN KY MI MO KY IN WI KY VA IN NE IA MI IN KY

180 179 179 178 178 177 177 177 176 175 175 173 172 172 171 170 170 170 169 168 168 167 165 165 164 160 159 153 148 130

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2 3 1 2 1 2 1 0 4 2 1 0 5 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 0

AWARD

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

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2006 National Indoor 3D Results—continued NAME

STATE SCORE

Bowhunter Freestyle CHRIS BERRY MO DAN REED MI CHRIS BERRY MO TOM PRUITT MO BILL LEWIS KENNY KAYS IN BRADLEY GOHLKE BILL LEWIS DWIGHT COPPOCK AK TRACY JONAS KS DAN REED MI WILLIAM COLABELL KY DAN WILLIAMS IN Championship TIM GILLINGHAM MICHAEL BRADEN SCOTT ROMERO KEN LIKINS JEFF HOPKINS BOB EYLER COLIN BOOTH ERIC GRIGGS

12’S PLACE

202 200 200 194 193 192 187 185 181 179 177 174 164

4 6 3 1 4 3 2 3 2 0 1 2 1

222 222 216 216 214 214 214 214

12 11 11 8 10 9 8 7

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

AWARD

$250.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 $1,550.00 2 $750.00 3 $550.00 4 $550.00 5 $550.00 6 $250.00 7 $250.00 8

NAME

STATE SCORE

$250.00 MEL SHREWSBURY BRANDON REYES CHANCE BEAUBOUEF KEITH TRAIL KEVIN HUTCHINSON RICHARD LEFTWICH DARRIN CHRISTENBERRY JACK WALLACE MICHAEL ANDERSON MIKE SLINKARD GEORGE DIXON KURTIS SWIFT DUANE PRICE BRIAN JONES LESTER HALL LEE FORD JAMES BUTTS NATHAN BROOKS JACKIE CAUDLE

212 212 212 210 210 209 208 208 208 204 204 204 204 203 202 202 202 198 198

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AWARD

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22 23 23 24 25

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’t shoot, so he volunteered Amiable Dean Pridgen couldn to be a Line Judge

2006 National Indoor 3D Results & Photos—continued NAME

STATE SCORE

TIPTON COOK DERRY NULL LARRY O’DELL Freestyle Limited CHARLIE OWENS BOB BESANCENEY EMORY BUDZINSKI REGGIE PUCKETT EMORY BUDZINSKI MICHAEL COLE Men Freestyle RICHARD POTTER DIETMAR TRILLUS ANDY CALLAWAY DAVE COUSINS KRIS LAPPALA ART BROWN TROY CALLOWAY SCOTT CRAN BRIAN WADE JOSH HUGHES DAVE COUSINS PAUL WINTERBOWER JACKIE WHITE TOM CROWE DON FRANCE ROBERT WOLFRAM PHIL LONG SAM MORROW RICHARD CALLAWAY KRIS LAPPALA BOBBY COTHRAN DAVID GANSCHOW BOB MORGAN SCOTT STARNES PERRY HARPRING BILL JOHNSON STEVE TINCHER ROMAN LEADER BOBBY COTHRAN TOM CROWE SAM MORROW ART BROWN BOB MARCINEK JEFF BUTTON BRIAN WADE CHARLES BLANKENSHIP CHARLES MARTIN KALE HEUTON BILL EDMONDS Women Freestyle LINDA OWEN GINGER MOREHEAD LINDA OWEN GINGER MOREHEAD RHONDA CALHOUN JAMIE VAN NATTA CONNIE CALLOWAY JENNY TROUT

196 196 190

TN NY MO ON WI ME OK TN KY ME MO MO OR MI IL TN TN WI TN WI NC IN IN IN WV TN TN OK TX KY TN MO IA

MS TX MS TX TN MI

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AWARD

3 2 3

26 27 28

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202 196 188 187 185 181

5 3 1 4 4 3

1 2 3 4 5 6

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210 210 208 208 206 205 205 204 204 204 204 203 202 202 202 202 201 200 200 198 197 197 196 196 196 194 194 193 192 191 191 190 190 190 190 189 188 185 184

7 6 9 6 6 7 7 7 6 6 5 6 6 6 4 3 8 7 3 4 5 4 7 4 3 3 3 3 3 5 4 6 6 3 2 7 2 4 4

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

$500.00 $250.00 $100.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

216 206 203 200 197 192 189 160

10 5 7 6 5 3 1 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Indoor National Championship Results FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

ADULT FEMALE BAREBOW 1 CANDACE WILSON IN 558 40 1 $0.00 SARAH KINDER KY 524 14 2 $0.00 PAULA DANGLER TX 523 25 3 $0.00 SANDRA PALMER VA 467 13 4 $0.00 CINDY LUCANGIOLI CO 144 1 5 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER 1 DEB PECK CO 542 29 1 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE 1 CINDY PANSEGRAU IA 600 96 1 $0.00 JENNIFER BYRNE NY 599 92 2 $0.00 JULENE HAKL MN 598 94 3 $0.00 JILL TRIPLETT OH 598 91 4 $0.00 CHARMAIN NELSON TX 597 97 5 $0.00 JODY RYCERZ WI 596 85 6 $0.00 COLLEEN MCGOWAN VA 596 82 7 $0.00 REBECCA CARTWRIGHTOH 596 81 8 $0.00 KATHY POTTER MO 596 77 9 $0.00 ANNETTE GOOD MI 596 73 10 $0.00 CHRISTINA LOONEY TN 595 78 11 $0.00 CAROL AYERS TN 594 74 12 $0.00 MARCIA JONES IA 594 67 13 $0.00 DEBRA SIELOFF FL 592 59 14 $0.00 ANAISE FALGOUT LA 591 75 15 $0.00 2 STACY PRUITT VA 593 80 1 $0.00 CINDY HAYS TX 587 63 2 $0.00 CINDY STEELE KY 586 69 3 $0.00 KATHY COOK FL 586 64 4 $0.00 TAMMY BOSTROM KY 585 56 5 $0.00 AMANDA DREW MO 581 52 6 $0.00 SHEILA CHAMBERS IN 579 65 7 $0.00 RACHEL NANCE TN 578 49 8 $0.00 TAMMY ECKERD MI 578 45 9 $0.00 DENIECE HAWKINS KY 577 44 10 $0.00 JEANNETTE THURMAN IN 575 51 11 $0.00 NAOMI WILLIAMS MI 575 38 12 $0.00 CHERYL CAMERON MI 564 21 13 $0.00 KATHY HENDERSCHIEDTMN 559 39 14 $0.00 KRISS TRIPP NE 558 30 15 $0.00 KRISTI PETERSON PA 556 43 16 $0.00 KIMBERLY DIETERLEN TN 516 18 17 $0.00 LISA DOMONKOS PA 500 13 18 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 CONNIE RANDALL MO 565 43 1 $0.00 SHERI STINE-TRUJILLO CO 565 35 2 $0.00 LINDA PARKER MO 556 46 3 $0.00 KATHY BOHNSACK MI 555 45 4 $0.00 VICKI LEIMBACH MD 555 36 5 $0.00 JULIE PETTY IA 447 8 6 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 GEORGIANNA WITT TX 600 110 1 $0.00 DANI SCHULTETI IN 600 109 2 $0.00 HEIDI SNYDER NY 600 104 3 $0.00 MAXINE BOTS MO 600 99 4 $0.00 BRENDA COUSINS ME 600 92 5 $0.00 KATHY PINDELL IL 600 89 6 $0.00 STEPHANIE GALLAGHERNJ 599 92 7 $0.00 DENISE SHIRK PA 599 91 8 $0.00 RENEE POWELL WI 599 89 9 $0.00 LYNNE PHELPS MI 598 87 10 $0.00 SHERRY JOHNSTON OH 597 94 11 $0.00 CHERYL SMITH OH 593 95 12 $0.00 2 LAURIE SCHUH IL 599 91 1 $0.00 DIANE GALLAGHER NJ 598 84 2 $0.00 BRENDA TEMPERLEY IL 597 83 3 $0.00 REBEKAH SALSGIVER MI 596 85 4 $0.00 JENNY TROUT MI 596 85 4 $0.00 TRACEY MORPHEW KY 596 83 5 $0.00 JOAN SCHULTES MI 596 82 6 $0.00 PAULA WILSON WI 596 79 7 $0.00 CORRINE MCKENZIE MD 594 68 8 $0.00 AMANDA SHAWLER KY 592 58 9 $0.00 MELETTA CRAN WI 591 67 10 $0.00 ANN DARNELL MI 590 60 11 $0.00 3 JANIS GRELLNER MO 591 73 1 $0.00 LORA SMITH MI 591 67 2 $0.00 DAWN SCHOENHALS NY 591 64 3 $0.00 MICHELLE HARPER OH 589 69 4 $0.00 KAREN LEWON IA 589 65 5 $0.00 JANETTE DOMKE WI 589 61 6 $0.00 KIM ROBERTSON IN 588 80 7 $0.00 SHARON CALLAWAY WI 588 70 8 $0.00 ANGELA GATTIS AR 586 70 9 $0.00 MECHELL PRUITTE GA 583 76 10 $0.00 ANGELA STIVERSON OH 582 61 11 $0.00 SHERRY LANCE MI 578 59 12 $0.00 4 CLAUDIA CHARLTON PA 577 47 1 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

SHELLY BURKHART IN 576 48 2 $0.00 SANDRA HAWKINS MA 574 43 3 $0.00 COLLEEN CLARK MI 558 40 4 $0.00 MINDY SLUSSER IN 552 41 5 $0.00 LORI SCHMIDT WI 552 31 6 $0.00 BARBARA MALONE KY 551 27 7 $0.00 AMY LUTHER WI 546 34 8 $0.00 JOAN DRAKE MI 533 34 9 $0.00 CINDY JORDAN WV 290 25 10 $0.00 BRENDA SOVINE WV 283 20 11 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 JANE MOWBRAY CO 587 60 1 $0.00 MELISSA GIBBS WI 578 55 2 $0.00 BECKI FOUTS IN 567 43 3 $0.00 RUTH CONWELL IN 566 46 4 $0.00 SUE BLICKENSTAFF MD 566 42 5 $0.00 BECKY CARMIN NE 549 36 6 $0.00 TERRI BASS TX 547 38 7 $0.00 CINDY MOYER MI 534 28 8 $0.00 JENNIFER OFTELIE CO 491 13 9 $0.00 MIRIAHA WILLIS OH 476 21 10 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LTD RECURVE/LONGBOW 1 ASHLEY KAMUF IN 582 51 1 $0.00 LYNN WALTER CO 561 38 2 $0.00 RUTH PHILLIPS MO 544 29 3 $0.00 ELZBIETA TWOREK TN 544 28 4 $0.00 KAHO HAYASHI NE 530 31 5 $0.00 HOLLY CARLISLE NC 519 19 6 $0.00 ERICA STRASSMAN WI 514 20 7 $0.00 ABIGAIL ABRAHAM IL 504 12 8 $0.00 KELLY GAMMON IN 497 20 9 $0.00 ERIN REYNOLDS OH 495 18 10 $0.00 BRITTANI SONKE IN 494 12 11 $0.00 JENA SCHMIDT KS 418 9 12 $0.00 AMY TWITE KS 132 1 13 $0.00 ADULT FEMALE TRADITIONAL 1 DIANE ELLIOTT MO 515 17 1 $0.00 ROBIN VOGEL VA 499 14 2 $0.00 LIZ ADAMS TX 491 13 3 $0.00 ELIZABETH COOMBE OH 392 4 4 $0.00 ADULT MALE BAREBOW 1 RICHARD STARK VA 580 52 1 $0.00 GILBERT WILSON IN 568 40 2 $0.00 TERRY CALLOW TX 565 42 3 $0.00 MICHAEL STUART VA 562 47 4 $0.00 ALAN PAUL NY 558 48 5 $0.00 GLEN BAXTER KY 553 37 6 $0.00 DEAN THOMPSON IN 540 26 7 $0.00 JOSEPH B MAURIN WI 538 28 8 $0.00 GREGORY MISNER MI 526 27 9 $0.00 MIKE VAUGHAN TX 525 19 10 $0.00 VICTOR WALTH CO 505 14 11 $0.00 RON WEST JR DC 479 12 12 $0.00 RUBEN WICHINSKI JR. WI 240 3 13 $0.00 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER 1 TEDDY KIBEL CO 582 44 1 $0.00 JAY COTTRILL IN 577 47 2 $0.00 SAMMY DUGGINS KY 562 41 3 $0.00 TODD DEGROOT WI 527 23 4 $0.00 RON SCHMIDT WI 503 18 5 $0.00 LARRY BROWNE IN 474 12 6 $0.00 GARRY NICHOLSON IL 251 12 7 $0.00 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE 1 JEFF HUMAN NY 602 117 1 $0.00 BRYAN BEAUCHAMP MT 601 117 2 $0.00 TIM EWERS VA 600 117 3 $0.00 GRANT SCHLEUSNER WI 600 116 4 $0.00 BRANDON RUPNOW WI 600 114 5 $0.00 STEVEN CHRISTIAN MO 600 113 6 $0.00 MIKE HOLLAND KS 600 113 6 $0.00 CHRIS BERRY MO 600 113 6 $0.00 DANIEL REED MI 600 113 6 $0.00 ERIC KIRSCHLING WI 600 113 6 $0.00 BILL HAKL MN 600 112 7 $0.00 SCOTT ERB IL 600 112 7 $0.00 JASON AYERS TN 600 111 8 $0.00 RICKY ST UPERY LA 600 110 9 $0.00 JOEY VAUGHN ID 600 109 10 $0.00 DAN CHAFFIN OK 600 106 11 $0.00 2 MIKE UNDERHILL IN 600 106 1 $0.00 RICHARD DANA MO 600 105 2 $0.00 SCOTT BRADFORD LA 600 105 2 $0.00 TOM EMMERICH MN 600 103 3 $0.00 B.J. DEATON 600 103 3 $0.00 DAREK HUEBNER AK 600 102 4 $0.00 CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON IN 600 102 4 $0.00 TOM COLVIN IN 600 98 5 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

GILLES POULIN ON 600 96 6 LANNY SHAWLER KY 600 95 7 JAMES PARADINE MI 600 92 8 KEITH DUFF MO 599 104 9 STACY KNIGHTEN VA 599 101 10 TOMMY KAKOULIAS KS 599 101 10 3 RICK COOK IN 600 101 1 KEN VIEHMAN MO 600 100 2 JERRY SHUCK MD 600 99 3 WADE MCCARTY IA 600 97 4 JODDIE MCKINNEY KY 600 92 5 ROBERT KNIERIEM IN 599 110 6 TIMOTHY BLAND IN 599 100 7 DAVID HEBERT WI 599 95 8 DARRELL HALL IN 599 90 9 ED LONG IN 599 89 10 JEFF FRIEDMANN MO 598 107 11 BOB SHIPMAN IA 598 92 12 GREG PARKER MO 598 89 13 SHANNON EDDS KY 591 81 14 JAMES PRICE TN 299 55 15 SCOTT DEWEESE KY 299 50 16 4 STEVE JENKINS TX 599 92 1 TOM FOREMAN MI 599 91 2 DAVE HARMS IA 599 91 2 CRAIG ECHTERNACH MN 599 89 3 MARK GAMBY OH 599 85 4 DALE DETERMAN MN 598 95 5 JEFF DRAKE IN 598 92 6 GEOFFREY STEPHENSON WY 598 91 7 JIMMY WARD KY 598 76 8 WALTER ERICKSON IL 597 96 9 BRETT RADAJ WI 597 94 10 DON PERRY IN 597 84 11 JOHN BURKHART IN 597 80 12 MILTON ROSSER KY 597 75 13 NATHAN JANOCKA VA 592 84 14 5 BEN BLOSSER AZ 598 97 1 CHRIS SCHOMBERT IN 598 94 2 STEVE FINNEY IN 598 82 3 BOB GEARHART MO 598 77 4 ROB SMITH GA 597 89 5 MIKE SCHAFF MT 597 86 6 KENNETH KAYS IN 596 90 7 DEL REID TN 596 68 8 BRYAN BRADFORD TN 595 76 9 WILLIAM JACKSON MI 595 72 10 TRACY JONAS KS 594 83 11 RAY MANFULL KS 593 89 12 MONTE MALIONGAS IL 592 78 13 JOE OLLIGES IL 592 77 14 DANIEL WAGNER NY 585 84 15 6 DOUG MOORE AK 594 92 1 JOHN ANDERSON WI 593 91 2 GREG BICKEL KY 593 75 3 DONALD WILSON MI 593 68 4 KEVIN GAGAN IL 592 75 5 CHRIS BOGGS KY 592 68 6 JIM VANHORN IN 591 78 7 BILL FIRST IN 591 68 8 LEE SLUSSER IN 588 61 9 PAUL KNIGHT MO 588 59 10 JOHN VESTAL KS 587 59 11 KEITH NEMEC WI 586 63 12 B.J. VAUGHN IL 586 59 13 SCOTT MCGRIFT TN 583 52 14 RONNIE FALGOUT LA 572 34 15 MIKE EWING LA 296 37 16 DAVID DUNNING KY 295 37 17 7 JEFF INLOW IA 585 65 1 JON CANNON GA 584 69 2 BILL BRADLEY IN 584 63 3 JAY GOOSSEN MI 581 60 4 PAUL GOUTH MI 578 56 5 JERI GOOD MI 574 74 6 JEFFREY HINKLE KS 571 63 7 KEVIN BRYANT KY 569 43 8 THOMAS BALLINGER KY 567 46 9 JUSTIN FREEMAN VA 562 42 10 MARK HAINES KY 558 43 11 SCOTT WALTER CO 555 45 12 DEREK YARBROUGH TN 542 31 13 ROBERT CUNNINGHAMWI 538 43 14 JAMES PILECKI NY 515 22 15 STEVE POLSON TX 286 24 16 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 TIMArchery RANDALLMagazine MO June/July 592 81 2006 1

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STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

KEVIN RADES WI KEITH BOHNSACK MI JIM KEEN IN CHUCK SMITH IN DALE STORM NE FRANK MOSSER KY CHAD GOODRICH MI ADULT MALE FREESTYLE 1 KENDALL WOODY VA PERRY HARPRING IN DAVID KEITH KY JOSHUA BINGER TX CORY CARPENTER PA NICK JAYNE KS JON COOPER IN ANDREW SINES PA KEVIN MILLER WV CHRIS EGGERS IL RUSSELL OGDEN VA JAMES MALONE KY ZAK KURTZHALS UT JOHN BACHERT IN BRYAN LOVLEY IN PETE ROMIG IA 2 RYAN HEROLD MO DAVID GILBERT PA DON POE IN TOM HOOD MO CHRIS JOHNSON MD DANIEL WHITENER GA DAVID GANSCHOW WI CURT PETERSON PA BRYAN QUICK MO JEFF MC NAIL UT DAN BIESZK MN BILL LEWIS NE NICK JONES WV ANDREW WILSON AK TODD NELSON MN RICHY BURKE KY JAMES HARMON TN ANDREW CALLAWAY WI JUSTIN BLISS UT ALAN AVERY NY DENVER WISCHMEIER IN CHRIS RUNION WV DAVID NANCE TN KEVIN SHAW IL 3 BRIAN THOMPSON OH SCOTT STIVERSON OH TOM PRUITT MO DARIK BOLLIG AZ BENTON CHRISTENSEN ID DON FRANCE MI JASON COUSINO MI ROBERT KENLEY VA SAM MAUCELLI MO LUKE LUCAS MO RANDY TEMPERLEY IL MITCHELL IRWIN GA LUKE ISENHART MO GREG BEAMAN IA ERIC SPRINGER NY RICHARD KROPP PA PATRICK MUMMERT IN DARRIN MCCUTCHEON MD PAT SINAL PA SHANE MINOR IA SCOTT COFFEY KY MARK SALSGIVER MI RAY RIGGLEMAN PA MICHAEL TONEY MI JEFFREY DUMKE WI ELI OLMEDA WI BRIAN WADE KY 4 DONALD ROBINSON MO NICK HESTER IN DAVID GILES MO KRIS LAPPALA IA JOSEPH BROOKS KY BOB MARCINEK PA JOEY MCNISH MO DAVID PIKTEL WV LANE PRESTON MI STEVE KLOOS MN JOE DIERKES MI VICTOR VOLLRATH IN TIM LONG MI SCOTT BAILEY NE RONALD ELLIS IN CHANCE SWECKER WV DAVID HUNTZINGER MI

584 569 536 534 497 294 267

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602 601 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 300 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 595 300 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599

119 119 119 118 118 118 116 116 115 115 115 115 114 113 112 107 118 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 114 114 114 113 113 113 112 112 112 111 107 57 115 114 114 114 113 113 113 112 112 112 112 112 112 110 110 110 110 109 108 108 108 108 105 104 110 114 55 113 112 109 109 108 108 108 108 107 106 105 105 103 101 99 111 107

1 2 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 9 10 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

W. ROBERT EDWARDS IN 5 RAY YOUNG IN BRIAN KESSLER WI JUSTIN JENSON WI BRIAN LOGUE PA OSCAR (DUKE) STRIEBY IN MATTHEW OLGUIN NM TOM BAYLY NE JOHN RUNYON IN DAVID DREW MO DARREL HINES KY CHRISTOPHER COOPER IN ROB PETERS OH BRIAN TATE VA WAYNE STILES AK RICHARD CALLAWAY WI BRUCE HANDLEY MO 6 RICHARD RUSH PA MICHAEL CROWE PA ALAN ELIASON WI TIM MILLER MN ANTHONY KEIM IA GEORGE WONDER PA SCOTT MCQUESTION MI STEVE BRIDGER MO MIKE GOODRICH MI JOSH GREIL WI MATT SCALES IL ROBERT WERTZ PA DEREK WEBB IN ADAM SMRDEL OH ADAM PHELPS OH ERIN O’CONNOR NE WILLIAM MOHN IL GARY SR SMITH OH MIKE HUDSON TN RAY WISE OH JAMES RAY JR KY 7 CARY HOLMGREN MN KELVIN RANNEY MI MICHAEL ANDREWS WI TIM LILE OH TONY HOLMAN OH RYAN PHELPS MI JAMES PHILP MN JAMES DARDEN MO ART BROWN OK THOMAS BLOECHL WI RICK CARDARELLI NY STEVEN GATTO NJ DAN MURPHY GA DARRELL TRAVIS TN DEREK WEBER WI MIKE HINDMARSH NC 8 ROBERTO PASQUINI GA JOSEPH HURT JR. VA MARC MORSE KY RAYMOND MARSHALL IN GREGG SMITH IN SIDNEY JONES WV DUGIE DENTON MT TERRY COLIN NY DAVID BLISS MO MIKE RYAN MN TRACY NEAL NY BRETT NELSON KS JOSEPH MARLEY IN GARY GILMORE IN RON KNOELL NE DANIEL DODSON PA CHUCK COOLEY NY TIM CONNELL BC 9 T.L. WILLIAMS PA ROSS MOUNTCASTLE IN JON POWELL WI JUSTIN BUPP MI SEAN CHASTAIN MO CHARLES SPENCER IN MICHAEL BARNHART GA MIKE STEFANINI OH PATRICK REINHARDT GA BRENNON CLEARY NJ JIM GREEN IN DALE WILSON WI CHUCK CUNNINGHAM WI ROMAN LEADER OK 10 JIM MOSCHETZ WI JIMMY MOSLEY MI STEVEN SCOTT NY SEAN YETZ IL ED CHRISTMAN NE CARL JOHNSON IL

599 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 598 594 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 598 300 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 596 300 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 596 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 598 597 595 300 299 299 599 599 599 599 599 599

104 111 109 109 109 108 108 108 108 108 106 104 101 105 103 106 98 110 109 109 107 105 105 105 103 103 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 105 104 100 51 107 104 104 103 102 101 99 99 99 98 98 98 97 93 98 48 104 104 102 100 99 98 98 97 91 100 96 96 94 94 93 91 89 87 110 109 106 105 104 102 89 89 87 85 75 42 55 53 105 101 100 100 99 99

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

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FLIGHT NAME

11

12

13

14

15

16

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

CHARLES PRATER OH JEFF WOOD MN JARED KOSSUTH MO ROBERT VOSNICK VA DALE FADROW WI ANDY MCNITT IL WILLIAM HALE WV JOZEF MAKA IL SAM SOUTHARD KY PATRICK FLEMING IN TODD MCCULLOUGH PA JAMES BUCKHOLT PA JACK GIBSON MO PAUL DOMKE WI JERRY HOPPE WI BRIAN ALLEN PA RANDY YARBROUGH TN KEITH LUBBEN MN TIM ELLER IL ANTHONY FOUST MI ERIC KIRK MI MATTHEW WESTBURY IN JAMES LOWE KY RON SYKORA IA DAVID FREDERICK KY RYAN KATS IN TODD TENBRINK MI BRYAN MILLER MI MICHAEL PETTREY MD RANDY GERBER IA RICHARD FRYE WI BRIAN PRZYSIECKI MI GLENN MOURNING STAR PA MICHAEL MOWBRAY CO TONY BERGH WI KURT R. HECKEL WI DOUGLAS HUNTER OH ROY WARNER IL BRIAN ROBERTSON IN MIKE DARNELL MI VIRGIL MAYSE WV BRYON PERCIFIELD IN TOM DANIEL IL TERRY SPAINHOWARD KY ERIC WOJCEICHOWSKI WI JEFF WINTER IA JIM PORTER PA ANDREW ZETH PA JOSHUA SCHMIDT WI A. MACE VANBLAIRCOM IN MATTHEW SCHROEDER MN KELLY WESTPHAL WI MIKE TATMAN IL RICHARD HAYES OH TONY THURMAN IN JAMES JONES IN ERNIE THOMPSON KY AARON DALE EGGERS IL TIM PORTER MN JEFF HOWARD UT DAVID MCDANIEL NC TERRY JOHNSON IN JIMMY BUTLER KY JOHN KANTER WI SCOTT KEARNEY PA MICHAEL E. ANDERSON IN WAYNE HUFFMAN IN ERIC MAMO MI RON TEUFEL IA ROBERT WEBBER IN TROY BAHLMANN IA COREY SHIVE KY STEVE B ROBINSON KY M. RYAN HUMPHRIS OH ROBIN THOMPSON IN BRIAN HAWKS OH CRAIG SNELLENBERGERIN JEFF BOSTROM KY RICHARD WILLS MD SCOTT ROADARMEL AK VINCE SCHULTES MI DAVID WELSCH FL DOUG SPRINGER NY JERRY KUCHENBROD IL DONNIE STILES WV ERICK FRANCO IN TOM DRAKE MI CHRISTOPHER WHITE IL JAMES HOFFMAN IL KEITH HOFER SD JOEL DOWNIN PA COURTNAY TAYLOR TN

599 599 599 599 599 598 598 598 598 597 597 299 599 599 599 598 598 598 597 597 597 596 596 594 594 594 299 599 599 599 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 597 596 596 593 299 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 597 597 597 597 596 596 596 592 590 598 598 598 598 597 597 596 596 596 595 595 595 594 594 590 589 597 597 597 597 597 596 596 596 596 595 593 592 592 587 584 596 595

98 97 95 94 93 105 100 96 92 97 95 50 95 94 89 97 94 91 90 87 84 85 80 87 86 79 43 92 81 79 89 88 88 85 83 81 76 82 73 72 88 40 97 97 97 96 96 96 93 86 97 91 90 88 100 90 86 88 70 85 81 79 78 91 81 97 77 75 98 80 78 88 77 76 72 95 90 84 83 78 94 83 81 73 68 73 75 69 68 72 89 109

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

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

CHAD BROOKS MO 595 DREW MOSIER IA 595 TIM TIBBITS WI 595 JEFF HANSON MN 595 DUSTIN HEEG WI 594 WILLIAM LOFTEN MD 593 RICHARD CONWELL IN 592 CRAIG WAITE IA 592 CURTIS HANSON TN 591 CHRIS MOORE GA 590 ROY NIX IN 587 BRADLEY STRUNK NE 585 MITCH MULL MI 584 MAX MAUPIN OR 296 17 BRANDEN WILLS MD 595 TERRY CRAWFORD IN 594 DAVID FORD OH 594 GARY STARNES VA 594 MICHAEL PHILLIPS NC 593 MICHAEL LONG SD 593 ED SPENGLER IL 592 KEITH MILLER NJ 592 RICHARD MAYKISH NE 591 GENE CONLEY WI 591 RONALD FRAME TN 591 JEFFREY CROW OH 589 GENE GRELLNER MO 589 KIRK BURROUGHS WV 589 STEVE HENDERSCHIEDT MN 589 JOHN BROWNING IN 588 ANDREW SANCHEZ MO 294 18 WILLIAM HAYMAKER PA 592 JUNIE O’BRIEN KY 592 CHRIS ORTLIEB NY 591 LARRY VOGTMANN MI 589 RICK OLSON NE 588 DENNIS OHNESORGE IL 588 TELO EBERT WI 588 MARK HRYCKOWIAN NY 587 WARREN LEVIN IL 586 DUANE POUPARD MI 586 BILL CARTWRIGHT OH 586 DOUGLAS JONES MO 579 TROY CLARK KY 578 JOSH BERNEY MO 292 19 KRISTOPHER SAGERT WI 589 BOB ERNSTMEYER WI 589 MICHAEL MITCHEM IN 586 DAVID SOLOMAN OH 584 TOM RHODES KY 583 JOEL SYTSMA MI 582 CODY DEAN MI 582 DAVID WIEGERS MI 577 TIM MOUTARDIER KS 576 WILLIAM O’BRYANT LA 576 MICHAEL DECKER FL 576 STEVEN MILCOFF PA 574 RONALD BURROUGHS WV 573 TROY SAUNDERS NE 572 JEFFERY LANGER MI 568 JIM TUBBS NE 285 20 BRETT CASON MO 584 KEITH TROUT MI 580 MATTHEW ZURBRICK MI 577 ROCKY DECKER IN 555 ALEX COOK IN 544 TERRY WILLIAMS IN 517 DAVE HARRIS CO 277 PAUL WILLIAMS KY 251 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 CHRIS STAUFFER TX 600 MICHAEL COLE NY 599 JACK PARTRIDGE MO 599 LONNIE TRIPLETT OH 598 MATT CARMIN NE 597 BRUCE CLARSON WI 596 ROBERT BROWN MO 593 GARY HAWKINS MA 586 DAVE FLETCHER OH 583 KURTIS KRAMER IA 581 TOM BROADWATER MD 572 DAVE HRYN NY 294 2 BENJAMIN RANCE IN 579 RON LEWON IA 568 EARL CASH VA 568 FARON TEAGUE MO 567 GREG FOUTS IN 563 BIG BIRD CIAK MO 551 DAVID BLICKENSTAFF MD 551 JARRETT FRAME VA 545 JERRY GAYLORD MD 532 JAMES BURRELL JR MD 529

108 107 103 74 80 79 83 74 68 103 62 60 87 39 85 115 80 72 86 85 70 59 77 71 64 76 68 68 55 71 38 103 82 74 68 69 65 62 64 67 62 60 62 58 33 78 64 83 91 70 63 45 77 90 62 59 59 58 52 51 32 65 53 65 61 40 38 19 11

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

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

106 96 92 88 81 70 67 73 63 46 51 34 52 58 41 56 44 34 33 33 23 26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

PAUL LEWKOWICZ MA 510 26 11 $0.00 WILLIAM LATORIA IL 281 15 12 $0.00 BILL DAVIS OH 278 18 13 $0.00 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LTD RECURVE/LONGBOW 1 RICHARD JOHNSON CT 599 91 1 $0.00 JOHN MAGERA IL 591 69 2 $0.00 RICHARD WHITE IN 580 65 3 $0.00 RICK KRAMER OH 580 57 4 $0.00 MARK LATOURELLE MN 578 43 5 $0.00 SAM WEAVER KS 576 41 6 $0.00 ANDREW STINSON TX 569 53 7 $0.00 CHRIS OLSEN AL 567 52 8 $0.00 JAMES BOTS MO 566 46 9 $0.00 THOMS J WILLIAMS AK 558 37 10 $0.00 JASON LEWIS IN 557 29 11 $0.00 TYLER DACUS TN 548 31 12 $0.00 2 GEORGE R. JR BARLOW NE 543 26 1 $0.00 CHRIS DAVIS OH 541 30 2 $0.00 MATT PATRILLA IA 538 32 3 $0.00 SCOTT BILLS MI 518 17 4 $0.00 ROGER WEGGEL AK 514 21 5 $0.00 PEDRO ATENCIO TN 508 21 6 $0.00 LANE WALTER CO 497 13 7 $0.00 NATE DOWEY OH 487 22 8 $0.00 MICHAEL PLUMMER MN 458 14 9 $0.00 ERIC SKOV KS 434 10 10 $0.00 ROBERT LARKIN KY 212 4 11 $0.00 WILLIAM EADY FL 166 2 12 $0.00 ADULT MALE TRADITIONAL 1 CARL LATTIMER VA 561 38 1 $0.00 JIM POWELL MI 556 32 2 $0.00 PAUL VOGEL VA 547 31 3 $0.00 ROGER PEACOCK TX 526 25 4 $0.00 DON BEDNER VA 519 24 5 $0.00 GREG BOURAS 510 15 6 $0.00 RAYMOND BORGLUM MN 508 23 7 $0.00 PAUL BLAKELOCK NY 508 21 8 $0.00 JONATHAN DIETERLEN TN 499 17 9 $0.00 BRAD REYNOLDS IN 493 16 10 $0.00 MICHAEL BROWN VA 491 13 11 $0.00 STEVE SIMPSON NR 491 11 12 $0.00 SAMMY BLAKEMAN KY 483 11 13 $0.00 KEN ECKERD MI 483 10 14 $0.00 JOHN JONES IN 441 9 15 $0.00 TOM BORUK SC 431 12 16 $0.00 JACK ROWLAND WI 403 11 17 $0.00 CROSSBOW FEMALE 1 CAROL PELOSI MD 599 84 1 $0.00 CROSSBOW MALE 1 STAN PENNYPACKER PA 599 102 1 $0.00 JOE SILVASI NJ 599 94 2 $0.00 RONALD KRESHESKY PA 591 77 3 $0.00 JAMES COOMBE OH 588 62 4 $0.00 MICHAEL GOUGH IL 584 65 5 $0.00 CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 KAILEY JOHNSTON GA 600 115 1 $0.00 SYDNEY MCLAURY SD 600 114 2 $0.00 HUNTER JACKSON MI 600 108 3 $0.00 MOLLY BLISS MO 587 67 4 $0.00 HANNAH BLEVINS KY 587 66 5 $0.00 MADISON MCLAURY SD 586 53 6 $0.00 MACAYLA LOONEY TN 577 55 7 $0.00 COURTNEY HUTCHINSONOK 567 40 8 $0.00 JESSICA GRACE TN 563 41 9 $0.00 CATHERINE THOMAS OR 560 35 10 $0.00 KATY HONEYWELL SD 468 12 11 $0.00 CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 AMY HOGAN NY 572 46 1 $0.00 SCHUYLER COMBS TX 561 40 2 $0.00 JESSICA CASH VA 539 33 3 $0.00 AMY MOSCHETZ WI 497 11 4 $0.00 GABBY KEISER SD 292 4 5 $0.00 CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 JENA ECKERD MI 206 0 1 $0.00 CUB MALE BAREBOW 1 JACOB LEIMBACH MD 587 71 1 $0.00 BRIAN ROLING VA 560 38 2 $0.00 QUIN MAURIN WI 346 5 3 $0.00 CUB MALE FREESTYLE 1 BRANDON HOOD MO 600 119 1 $0.00 ANDREW BARNHART NY 600 109 2 $0.00 ALEX WIFLER IL 600 107 3 $0.00 DAVID THOMAS OR 600 106 4 $0.00 TRAVIS DANA MO 599 101 5 $0.00 LANE ROMSA WY 599 101 5 $0.00 JUSTIN MOORE AK 598 94 6 $0.00 KYLE NEWTON KY 598 88 7 $0.00 LEVI SMITH KY 595 93 8 $0.00 RICHARD ANDRE DAYTON MI 595 77 9 $0.00 PATRICK O’BRYANT LA 594 81 10 $0.00 HUNTER GUTWEIN NJ 592 91 11 $0.00 SAM HODGES AR 591 77 12 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

CODY HONEYWELL SD 589 70 13 $0.00 SETH SCHROEDER IA 582 74 14 $0.00 2 DYLAN RICKY MI 590 96 1 $0.00 TANNER CLEM CO 581 65 2 $0.00 ZACK SENTERS KY 574 50 3 $0.00 TYLER MAYKISH NE 571 45 4 $0.00 LUCAS KENLEY VA 565 33 5 $0.00 HUNTER BERRY MO 561 38 6 $0.00 DARIAN BANGERT WI 560 43 7 $0.00 JOSH SENTERS KY 558 34 8 $0.00 ELLIOT NYSVEN SD 551 36 9 $0.00 MICHAEL MINOR IA 549 32 10 $0.00 DUSTIN BERANEK WI 546 38 11 $0.00 MATTHEW MCDONALDTN 541 34 12 $0.00 SAM WOODBURY MI 537 26 13 $0.00 JACK PITCOCK TN 437 13 14 $0.00 LEVI RICKY MI 437 11 15 $0.00 CUB MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 AUSTIN LEIMBACH MD 582 61 1 $0.00 CORY STORM NE 574 48 2 $0.00 ZACHARY PRICE WI 563 49 3 $0.00 LANCE CAHILL MO 555 36 4 $0.00 STEVEN HEBERT WI 539 34 5 $0.00 JOSEPH PRICE WI 531 25 6 $0.00 DAKOTA ALBERTSON WI 510 18 7 $0.00 ZACH THOMPSON IN 472 9 8 $0.00 AUSTIN HORD IN 458 6 9 $0.00 CUB MALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 ADAM MAGERA IL 572 40 1 $0.00 GABRIEL FINN FL 552 31 2 $0.00 GIOVANNI FINN FL 537 29 3 $0.00 WILL JACKSON IL 217 1 4 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR FEMALE BAREBOW 1 MARIE CALAWAY CO 476 10 1 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 ROSIE PRIDGEN OK 597 84 1 $0.00 ELBA ORTIZ TX 557 26 2 $0.00 SARAH DAVIS TN 540 33 3 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 JEANIE HALL WA 526 25 1 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR MALE BAREBOW 1 MAURICE SHELTON FL 564 52 1 $0.00 GARNET HEISHMAN TX 562 45 2 $0.00 LOUIS TRAVIS IN 549 37 3 $0.00 HERB ATKINS IN 526 30 4 $0.00 EMMETT WOMACK TX 521 26 5 $0.00 BILL JONES MI 519 27 6 $0.00 JIM THREADGILL TN 261 12 7 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE 1 DON KUDLACEK WA 600 96 1 $0.00 DARREL GEHMAN PA 599 98 2 $0.00 TEDDY LYNN SC 599 81 3 $0.00 RAY L JONES WI 598 94 4 $0.00 JERRY SAGERT WI 598 94 5 $0.00 BOB JACOBSEN UT 598 88 6 $0.00 ROBIN DEVONO PA 597 99 7 $0.00 DAVID LIVINGSTON MN 597 84 8 $0.00 LOREN SIGLER OH 597 82 9 $0.00 LEROY DUKES OR 596 81 10 $0.00 JAMES LANE MO 593 66 11 $0.00 STANLEY PARMENTIER VA 592 71 12 $0.00 DICK ANDREWS AR 591 81 13 $0.00 STAN LENHART PA 591 77 14 $0.00 2 ALBERT PANZETTI MA 595 84 1 $0.00 JIM FRENCH VA 594 81 2 $0.00 DON WILL IL 592 73 3 $0.00 BILL HENSLEY TX 591 80 4 $0.00 DALE MOSER TN 588 65 5 $0.00 BILL DAPPRICH MI 580 63 6 $0.00 KENNETH JOHNSTON IN 575 44 7 $0.00 KENNETH VIVENZIO NH 574 60 8 $0.00 CHARLES RIGDON MO 571 50 9 $0.00 ROBERT BRUMBACK MO 567 48 10 $0.00 DENNIS BARNHART GA 567 41 11 $0.00 DENNIS BRYANT IN 552 28 12 $0.00 RON WIBLE TX 528 18 13 $0.00 MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 RON MOSCHETZ WI 584 54 1 $0.00 DALLAS BRAKEVILLE KS 584 51 2 $0.00 ROBERT BITNER MI 577 55 3 $0.00 LEO MILLS IA 551 25 4 $0.00 RICHARD WINKLE IN 548 37 5 $0.00 JIM HART MI 544 24 6 $0.00 WILLIS CLARK TX 522 22 7 $0.00 VICTOR J MATTHEWS VA 522 20 8 $0.00 ALBERT KRAMER OH 473 9 9 $0.00 ALFRED TOWLER PA 464 11 10 $0.00 NAT’L ARCHERY IN THE SCHOOLS 1 COURTNEY L CAMPBELL KY 288 8 1 $0.00 AUDREY SLAUGHTER KY 285 6 2 $0.00 SEAN SCHUTT KY 279 6 3 $0.00 PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

1 ERIKA ANSCHUTZ NE 601 CHRISTIE COLIN NY 600 GINGER MOREHEAD GA 600 DORIS JONES MB 600 CONNIE CALLOWAY TN 600 BECKY PEARSON AZ 600 KELLY WARD NC 600 ALICIA MCHENRY PA 600 JAMIE VAN NATTA OH 600 TINA HUNTZINGER MI 600 CONNIE GRIFFIN AR 600 CHERYL KEITH KY 599 MARTHA LORENCE OH 599 CAROL WILLIAMSON ID 599 DIANE WATSON FL 598 RHONDA CALHOUN TX 597 KIM LASSITER NC 595 JENNIE RICHARDSON KY 593 LINDA OWEN MS 589 HOLLY PAGEL MN 300 LISA FENNELL NJ 300 PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 ERIKA LA BRIE CO 582 JENNIFER GILLEY OK 578 LORI DRAEVING IN 561 PRO MALE FREESTYLE 1 BRADEN GELLENTHIENMA 609 JESSE BROADWATER MD 608 NATHAN BROOKS AR 607 KEITH TRAIL NC 606 BOB EYLER MI 605 REO WILDE ID 604 GARY JR SMITH OH 603 MICHAEL ANDERSON IA 602 LEE FORD WY 601 DARIN COOPER UT 600 JEFF WARD CO 600 MICHAEL BRADEN TX 600 DARRIN CHRISTENBERRY IN 600 DUANE PRICE WI 600 MIKE LEWIS VA 600 DARRYLL DIEHL VA 600 TIM GILLINGHAM UT 600 RICHARD POTTER MO 600 SCOTT ROMERO OH 600 SCOTT STARNES IN 600 BRIAN SIMPSON WV 600 DOUGLAS MONTELEONE NY 600 SHANE WILLS MD 600 CHRIS OOSTERLINCK CA 600 JASON CARBAUGH PA 600 JACK WALLACE OH 600 ANTHONY CLEM CO 600 DENNIS MCHENRY PA 600 LOGAN WILDE ID 600 DAVE COUSINS ME 600 DALE JONES PA 600 DOUG WILLIAMS NY 600 JOSH HUGHES CA 600 HUGO BARRIENTOS IA 600 TROY KNOLL MD 600 CHANCE BEAUBOUEF TN 600 KEN LIKINS KY 600 PAT DORIGATTI WY 600 JACKIE WHITE MO 600 JAMES BUTTS NY 600 RODGER WILLETT JR VA 600 SHANE BUSCHLEN MI 600 JAMES RUS MI 600 CHRIS VANDEVENDER WV 600 CARL C WENK MI 600 KURTIS SWIFT KY 600 DANIEL WILLIAMS PA 600 ROD MENZER WI 600 JOSHUA DICKERSON MI 600 ANTHONY FOSTER KY 600 ROBERT WOLFRAM IL 600 JEREMIAH UPP OH 600 CHARLIE MARTIN MO 600 JOE KAPP PA 600 JOSH MILLER WI 600 JOSH SCHAFF MT 600 COLIN BOOTH LA 600 LYNN RIGGS AL 600 ERIC GRIGGS KY 600 KEVIN HUTCHINSON OK 600 JON MARQUESS KS 600 LEE GIBBS WI 600 KIRT JENSEN WI 600 JOSEPH COX WI 600 DAVID BADGLEY NY 600 BILL EDMONDS IN 600

117 117 116 113 113 111 109 108 108 107 100 106 99 89 101 93 80 75 109 54 47

1$1,183.00 2 $639.00 3 $469.00 4 $330.00 4 $283.00 5 $233.00 6 $200.00 7 $0.00 7 $0.00 8 $0.00 9 $0.00 10 $0.00 11 $0.00 12 $0.00 13 $0.00 14 $0.00 15 $0.00 16 $0.00 17 $0.00 18 $0.00 19 $0.00

46 48 36

1 $478.00 2 $0.00 3 $0.00

120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114

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FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

RICHARD BROWN AL 600 114 15 $0.00 ROY HRYCKOWIAN NY 600 114 15 $0.00 KALE HEUTON IA 600 114 15 $0.00 DUSTIN BOUNCE OH 600 114 15 $0.00 JAY JAMES LA 600 114 15 $0.00 DAVID ROTH MI 600 114 15 $0.00 TROY CALLOWAY TN 600 114 15 $0.00 DIETMAR TRILLUS ON 600 113 16 $0.00 LOREN ROBINSON VA 600 113 16 $0.00 ARLYN RITSEMA MI 600 113 16 $0.00 DAN MULL MI 600 113 16 $0.00 JEFF BUTTON WI 600 113 16 $0.00 BRYAN HELLAND MN 600 113 16 $0.00 MEL SHREWSBURY VA 600 113 16 $0.00 BRIAN JONES KY 600 113 16 $0.00 EVAN BAIZE KY 600 113 16 $0.00 TIPTON COOK CO 600 113 16 $0.00 CHUCK REAGLE PA 600 112 17 $0.00 COTTY HAYES CO 600 112 17 $0.00 LONNIE MCELCAR OH 600 112 17 $0.00 RAY RUNYONS OH 600 112 17 $0.00 RANDY BALLARD IA 600 112 17 $0.00 JIM PRUITTE GA 600 112 17 $0.00 ADAM HAYDEN VA 600 111 18 $0.00 MARTIN LOTZ 600 111 18 $0.00 BRANDON REYES IN 600 111 18 $0.00 JOHNNY FUTHEY OH 600 110 19 $0.00 BRUCE WILLIAMS MI 600 109 20 $0.00 FORREST CARTER ID 600 108 21 $0.00 JEFFREY HEEG WI 600 108 21 $0.00 ERIC OSMONDSON IA 600 107 22 $0.00 CHRIS DESTON CT 600 107 22 $0.00 CHRIS GLASS MI 600 103 23 $0.00 DAVID DECLEMENTE NY 600 102 24 $0.00 RUSSELL CLARK MI 600 97 25 $0.00 JESSE MOREHEAD GA 600 86 26 $0.00 MICHAEL WESTERFIELD KY 599 114 27 $0.00 SCOTT CRAN WI 599 114 27 $0.00 DARREN COLLINS KS 599 108 28 $0.00 MIKE BLAIR MO 599 105 29 $0.00 BRUCE TRIMBLE WI 599 100 30 $0.00 BILL SCHUH IL 598 107 31 $0.00 JACKIE NORRIS NC 598 103 32 $0.00 RICK HOTCHKISS MI 598 102 33 $0.00 JASON RITTER IA 598 93 34 $0.00 CHRIS VANGERPEN IA 598 83 35 $0.00 JACKIE CAUDLE AL 597 102 36 $0.00 DAN QUINTANA CA 595 117 37 $0.00 DENNIS CLAUSEN MI 594 95 38 $0.00 JASON VANDERBILT MO 593 77 39 $0.00 BILLY MYERS 300 56 40 $0.00 RICHARD LEFTWICH VA 300 56 41 $0.00 MIKE SLINKARD OR 299 54 42 $0.00 PRO MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 JAMIE JENNINGS MO 600 99 1$1,019.00 DUSTIN LANDSINGER WI 600 95 2 $544.00 RODNEY HUFFMAN MO 600 92 3 $391.00 EMORY BUDZINSKI WI 599 91 4 $272.00 JEFF FABRY CA 598 110 5 $232.00 WILLIAM BOYD IN 598 89 6 $195.00 JOSEPH GOZA AL 598 88 7 $0.00 JESSE LANE VA 598 86 8 $0.00 BRIAN GOZA AL 597 76 9 $0.00 ROBERT BESANCENEY KS 596 94 10 $0.00 CHARLIE OWNES IN 596 89 11 $0.00 RONNIE MIZE MS 596 79 12 $0.00 LARRY GOZA AL 596 78 13 $0.00 CHUCK CAMPBELL IA 594 76 14 $0.00 TONY CONQUES SR LA 587 56 15 $0.00 JIM BUCKNER SC 289 27 16 $0.00 SENIOR FEMALE BAREBOW 1 RHONDA WALL TX 533 28 1 $0.00 SENIOR FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE 1 PAT WHITLOCK IL 597 79 1 $0.00 MARY NEMEC-WOOD MN 594 73 2 $0.00 VICKI CLEM MD 592 74 3 $0.00 JOAN BOWERS PA 581 48 4 $0.00 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 FAYE WISE MD 594 65 1 $0.00 CAROL BITNER MI 588 68 2 $0.00 SANDRA HORTON MT 581 47 3 $0.00 MARY MC LAIN IN 580 50 4 $0.00 SUSAN MATHIS SC 579 57 5 $0.00 ANN BARNUM MI 574 44 6 $0.00 ESTHER RUSH TN 424 14 7 $0.00 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 TEKO PHILLIPS WA 495 32 8 $0.00 SENIOR FEMALE TRADITIONAL 1 SHEILA RYAN NH 404 7 1 $0.00 JOAN HINTERBICHLER NM 305 3 2 $0.00 SENIOR MALE BAREBOW 1 DAVID CLEM MD 580 53 1 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

JOSE ORTIZ TX JOSEPH J MAURIN WI CHARLEY WASHBURN CA JERRY BARR KY LARRY WEDDINGTON NC SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER 1 GLENN SCHULTZ CO TERRY DIEFENDERFER SD SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER 1 ROBERT WALTERS CO RUSSELL WOOD MN LARRY BURKHART KY JIM BATH KS NATHAN HODGES KY MIKE STANNER NE STEVEN OLDHAM VA BUTCH HEROLD MO JIM BORG MN RONALD WHITLOCK IL JAMES BAILEY TN MIKE COLLINS NY 2 DWIGHT COPPOCK AK SHORTY FABER SD RAY MAY MD JAMES GAINES WV LEROY PETERS FL JOHNNIE ZWEYGARDT CO JOHNNY HAYS TX PAUL EILAND NE JOHN ELLIOTT NE CECIL THOMAS IN CHARLES MARTENS VA VICTOR YEHLING IL JERRY BUSH TN SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER 1 JEFFREY WYLER IL CARROLL WALKER MO ROGER RICHARDSON KY KENNETH SHARP IA GARY ELMORE IN JIM BROWN FL RON EDWARDS IN MIKE HANIG MO DON IVERSON SD PHIL LA FOE KS EDWARD E LANDGRAVEIN WILLIAM THOMAS IL SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE 1 ROBERT PETERSEN MD FRANK DE GOTT IN ROBERT WISE MD DAVID TOWNSEND NY WALTER MOYER MI JOE JANOCKA VA JEFFREY HUNT MI GARY SANDERS MI JIM BURNS WI JIM HASTY IN SCOTT SMITH WI NEIL NEWKIRK NY TOM BORKOWSKI FL 2 CHUCK NEASE WV DOUG GRADE WI JIM KRUMEL IN OLE (ALFRED) ALBERTSON WI CHARLIE CROCKETT MO LARRY MARTIN MI LOREN PAGEL MN JOHN JOHNSON IN KENNETH SCOTT AR ALLEN MARDEN MI JOHN SMITH MI RICHARD ORTH AZ SHERMAN BAILEY KY 3 LARRY GOERTZ NE CARL HIX CA DOUGLAS JOYCE NJ FRANK SR COUSE NY KENNETH PERRY TX CHARLES STARNES IN TOM NAUMAN ID TONY MONTGOMERY KY FRANK LORENCE OH ROCKY KLINE IN BRUCE SMITH PA WILIAM STRONG GA RAY PRATER OH 4 BOB SAMPSON IN JIM LAMOIN CT KARL OKITA OR PATRICK GALLAGHER NJ DAVID HINDBAUGH MI

572 567 564 475 432

45 40 45 14 11

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524 23 1 $0.00 462 10 2 $0.00 FREESTYLE 600 91 1 $0.00 599 94 2 $0.00 599 87 3 $0.00 598 99 4 $0.00 598 96 5 $0.00 598 90 6 $0.00 598 87 7 $0.00 598 83 8 $0.00 597 82 9 $0.00 597 82 10 $0.00 593 67 11 $0.00 298 39 12 $0.00 596 92 1 $0.00 596 83 2 $0.00 594 82 3 $0.00 588 70 4 $0.00 587 63 5 $0.00 579 56 6 $0.00 578 59 7 $0.00 577 44 8 $0.00 559 64 9 $0.00 532 38 10 $0.00 532 24 11 $0.00 320 6 12 $0.00 296 38 13 $0.00 FREESTYLE LIMITED 596 73 1 $0.00 595 71 2 $0.00 576 48 3 $0.00 574 52 4 $0.00 572 49 5 $0.00 572 39 6 $0.00 569 39 7 $0.00 550 37 8 $0.00 533 24 9 $0.00 517 16 10 $0.00 511 19 11 $0.00 450 15 12 $0.00 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599 597 564 600 599 599 599 599 598 598 597 597 596 595 595 594 599 598 597 597 597 596 595 595 595 594 593 588 298 596 594 594 593 593

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FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

ROBERT EVANS FL 591 77 6 $0.00 JOEL HUGHES IL 590 73 7 $0.00 RICHARD DAYTON MI 588 63 8 $0.00 ROBERT HALL IN 587 68 9 $0.00 MICHAEL CASE KY 586 59 10 $0.00 LOU HAVEL NY 582 62 11 $0.00 JAMES LANGER MI 582 43 12 $0.00 DANIEL WILLIAMS IN 293 30 13 $0.00 5 JACK DOUGLAS NY 590 81 1 $0.00 ED MARTEN CO 587 71 2 $0.00 TY DAVIS TN 586 62 3 $0.00 JAMES RUDZIEWICZ SR IN 585 59 4 $0.00 MICHAEL RAY PHILLIPS WV 559 44 5 $0.00 GAROLD BARNUM MI 546 53 6 $0.00 TOM SAUNDERS NE 544 41 7 $0.00 PETER HARM NJ 542 34 8 $0.00 SAM REDDEN MN 525 18 9 $0.00 LARRY WICKS IL 525 18 10 $0.00 DAVE THEWLIS OH 290 29 11 $0.00 CURTIS HORTON MT 276 23 12 $0.00 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 ROD MILLER IN 593 83 1 $0.00 CHARLES MAY KY 593 75 2 $0.00 JIM BOOTH WV 592 78 3 $0.00 TIM MOREHOUSE IL 586 56 4 $0.00 STEVE TINCHER WV 580 42 5 $0.00 DAVID STRAIN IN 577 42 6 $0.00 GARY HUNT MO 576 53 7 $0.00 BILL BROOKSHIER MO 576 50 8 $0.00 JIM WIDNER OH 564 33 9 $0.00 GENE PATRICK TN 532 25 10 $0.00 DENNIS SPARKS IL 435 6 11 $0.00 JOHN GROSSL WV 258 9 12 $0.00 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LTD RECURVE/LONGBOW 1 JIM HARRIS WV 570 50 1 $0.00 STEVEN ROBINSON OH 565 52 2 $0.00 DR. DAVID BRANDFASS FL 555 33 3 $0.00 STAN BOYD KS 546 39 4 $0.00 KIRK NICHOLSON OH 533 32 5 $0.00 JOE STEMEN IN 531 24 6 $0.00 RAYMOND KRAMER IA 465 10 7 $0.00 SHAWN ANDERSON OH 181 6 8 $0.00 SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL 1 GARRY WEDDINGTON NC 520 18 1 $0.00 MICHAEL SCHMIDT IL 510 18 2 $0.00 B.J. WORKMAN WV 509 20 3 $0.00 BOBBY GRAHAM OK 494 10 4 $0.00 LESTER CHANNELL WV 487 11 5 $0.00 RICHARD LUCANGIOLI CO 484 15 6 $0.00 DON ELLISON IL 483 10 7 $0.00 JERRY GRABMAN LA 472 12 8 $0.00 TOM ANDERSON IN 465 14 9 $0.00 ROBERT WOLFF IL 457 10 10 $0.00 BILL HAGERUP NH 443 9 11 $0.00 MIKE HOLT WV 439 12 12 $0.00 JOHN CZEKALA VA 368 7 13 $0.00 SENIOR PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 MADONNA HASTY IN 598 83 1 $160.00 SENIOR PRO MALE FREESTYLE 1 KEN DENNING MT 600 116 1$1,412.00 DERRY NULL OH 600 115 2 $783.00 CHRIS BELING NJ 600 114 3 $560.00 STEVE BOYLAN IL 600 114 3 $560.00 BOB WEBB IN 600 113 4 $430.00 ROGER WHEATON CO 600 112 5 $329.00 RANDALL JONES GA 600 112 5 $329.00 FRANK PEARSON AZ 600 110 6 $245.00 ED HORN IA 600 110 6 $245.00 MIKE WILSON 600 110 6 $245.00 PHIL MC COY IN 600 109 7 $199.00 TOM COBLENTZ MD 600 108 8 $37.00 MICHAEL STRASSMAN WI 600 108 8 $37.00 FRANK RUS MI 600 108 8 $37.00 ROGER WILSON IA 600 108 8 $37.00 LAWRENCE BOONE MI 600 108 8 $37.00 THOMAS CROWE OR 600 107 9 $0.00 BARRY VELARDE VA 600 107 9 $0.00 GEORGE DIXON AR 600 106 10 $0.00 GLENN CAMPBELL MI 600 105 11 $0.00 BURLEY HALL IN 600 105 11 $0.00 PHIL LONG TN 600 103 12 $0.00 CHARLES BLANKENSHIP TN 600 103 12 $0.00 RICK GILLEY OK 600 101 13 $0.00 STEPHEN HELLAND MN 600 93 14 $0.00 DAN RENNER SC 599 102 15 $0.00 GARY MUNSON WV 599 96 16 $0.00 LARRY O’DELL AL 598 108 17 $0.00 BOB MORGAN NC 598 101 18 $0.00 LARRY WISE PA 598 98 19 $0.00 LARRY DURHAM IL 598 94 20 $0.00 RON WEST SR MD 594 109 21 $0.00 JOHN CARLSON IA 586 60 22 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

ROGER THIBAULT ME 525 95 23 $0.00 RONNIE SMART OK 443 75 24 $0.00 SENIOR PRO MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 KENNETH YEATER IL 559 38 1 $175.00 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE BAREBOW 1 VALERI LAPACEK WI 333 4 1 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 JESSICA HEEG WI 599 95 1 $0.00 SAMANTHA NEAL NY 598 103 2 $0.00 LINDSAY CHRISTENSEN ID 598 88 3 $0.00 LINDSEY ROBERTSON IN 597 89 4 $0.00 SAMANTHA PRUITTE GA 596 81 5 $0.00 LINDSAY LAVENHAR VA 594 82 6 $0.00 ALLISON KUCHENBROD IL 593 52 7 $0.00 MICHELLE MILLER IN 592 76 8 $0.00 SARA HENDERSCHIEDT MN 589 76 9 $0.00 BRITTANY TIMBERLAKE KY 588 60 10 $0.00 EMILY JOHNSTON KY 581 47 11 $0.00 BELINDA HICKMAN NE 580 57 12 $0.00 LINDSEY HOOD KY 571 51 13 $0.00 TINA HENDERSCHIEDT MN 550 40 14 $0.00 2 HAYLEY GALLION WI 577 61 1 $0.00 JAMIE HRYCKOWIAN NY 574 53 2 $0.00 ELIZABETH MOUTARDIER KS 573 46 3 $0.00 KAYLA INMAN MO 572 44 4 $0.00 KRYSTA WIEGERS MI 571 78 5 $0.00 BRIDGETTE POUPARD MI 567 32 6 $0.00 RACHEL REED MI 552 42 7 $0.00 SAMANTHA JACKSON IL 550 30 8 $0.00 ASHLEY KEELER IL 548 21 9 $0.00 STACY MANN MI 534 20 10 $0.00 NICHOLE GAUTHIER TN 533 37 11 $0.00 SAMANTHA RICHARD TN 493 16 12 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 KATIE HOGAN NY 517 19 1 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 MELISSA ASH KY 557 32 1 $0.00 KAT ADAMS TX 526 10 2 $0.00 DOROTHEA GEORGE AL 503 20 3 $0.00 ERIN JONES KS 279 4 4 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT MALE BAREBOW 1 STEVEN BALDOWSKI GA 336 2 1 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE 1 JOE DETERMAN MN 600 118 1 $0.00 ZACH PARKER IN 600 115 2 $0.00 RYAN DAY IA 600 114 3 $0.00 JOSEPH NEWTON KY 600 114 3 $0.00 ANTHONY SCHMIDT WI 600 113 4 $0.00 CALE MORRIS IN 600 112 5 $0.00 CORY PETERSON MN 600 111 6 $0.00 RIDGE INMAN IN 600 110 7 $0.00 BRIAN WAY WI 600 109 8 $0.00 JUSTIN ERNSTMEYER WI 600 109 8 $0.00 JORDAN CARTER ID 600 108 9 $0.00 TYLER ALEXANDER PA 600 107 10 $0.00 BLAKE LOPER NJ 600 106 11 $0.00 CORY MONAHAN NY 599 114 12 $0.00 2 QUENTIN YOUNG KY 600 99 1 $0.00 BEN BLEVINS KY 599 99 2 $0.00 ZACH BICKEL KY 599 99 2 $0.00 NICK WAY WI 599 90 3 $0.00 JOHNATHAN BURKHART IN 598 101 4 $0.00 MATTHEW RAGSDALE TX 598 100 5 $0.00 LARRY TERHAAR MI 598 93 6 $0.00 EVAN BLICKENSTAFF MD 598 89 7 $0.00 ROBERT ZOLLER IN 597 80 8 $0.00 BRAD GREER KY 594 81 9 $0.00 COLIN MAYKISH NE 589 86 10 $0.00 MICHAEL VOGTMANN MI 567 68 11 $0.00 MARK OLGUIN NM 299 45 12 $0.00 MATTHEW MAMO MI 299 34 13 $0.00 3 DUSTIN ECKES WI 598 99 1 $0.00 JUSTIN ROGERS IN 596 88 2 $0.00 MICAH WEGGEL AK 594 88 3 $0.00 DONNIE STILES JR. WV 594 71 4 $0.00 BRAD KUECHLER WI 591 78 5 $0.00 CLINTON TEEGARDEN IN 590 76 6 $0.00 MICHAEL HECKMAN PA 589 70 7 $0.00 TAYLOR POLSON TX 589 63 8 $0.00 JUSTIN CLARK KY 589 53 9 $0.00 NATHAN MILLER WI 588 74 10 $0.00 PATRICK ELLER IL 587 57 11 $0.00 TYLER DRUM 585 55 12 $0.00 NATHAN AUSTILL KY 567 64 13 $0.00 JAMES RUDZIEWICZ IN 296 43 14 $0.00 4 NICHOLAS PAUL JONES KS 582 62 1 $0.00 CHRIS SEICH OH 577 70 2 $0.00 ZACHARY JARVIS MI 577 62 3 $0.00 DAVID COLBERT VA 576 68 4 $0.00 NATHAN ULREY IL 572 42 5 $0.00 BRIAN TOWNE MI 569 41 6 $0.00 CHARLIE WARD IL 553 35 7 $0.00

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL X’s PLACE AWARD

ANDREW LA RUE NE 549 47 8 $0.00 JORDAN PELKEY KY 547 40 9 $0.00 DONALD DENIGHT III NJ 284 21 10 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 PAUL PATRICK VOGEL VA 581 54 1 $0.00 PAUL RADES WI 572 39 2 $0.00 ANDREW ECHTERNACH MN 543 34 3 $0.00 GRAHAM COFIELD KY 293 32 4 $0.00 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 FORREST BLAKLEY IL 589 64 1 $0.00 ALDEN HARRIS CA 579 51 2 $0.00 GRADY COFIELD KY 574 34 3 $0.00 KELLEY SMITH OH 532 28 4 $0.00 YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 ISABELLA SCHROEDER IA 598 76 1 $0.00 AMBER CHRISTENSEN ID 597 85 2 $0.00 JERI SHUCK MD 595 81 3 $0.00 ERICA MOSCHETZ WI 595 78 4 $0.00 ERIN DAY IA 592 69 5 $0.00 SARAH LANCE MI 591 65 6 $0.00 TYLYNN PETTREY MD 589 67 7 $0.00 JACLYN KINDER KY 584 63 8 $0.00 CORAL MC MINN TX 584 51 9 $0.00 BRANDI CHAMBERS IN 576 47 10 $0.00 LINDSAY LADZINSKI MI 572 53 11 $0.00 2 BRIANNA HUBER WI 575 48 1 $0.00 DONYELLE HAYMAKER PA 562 41 2 $0.00 NICHOLE MURDOCK KY 562 36 3 $0.00 BRYANNA CERVENY 555 34 4 $0.00 HOLLY SPRAY IN 554 41 5 $0.00 BETH RADES WI 539 36 6 $0.00 ALYSSA MAYKISH NE 534 26 7 $0.00 CHELSEA KAYE DANIELSEN IL 529 28 8 $0.00 AUTUMN RICHARDS KY 519 18 9 $0.00 TIFFANY BOSTROM KY 509 23 10 $0.00 STEPHINE JACKSON IL 460 6 11 $0.00 JAMIE PITCOCK TN 455 9 12 $0.00 YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 MEAGAN DEGROOT WI 501 25 1 $0.00 YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 KILEY LARRICK FL 512 15 1 $0.00 MOLLY SOLC ON 492 18 2 $0.00 MARCIE HEBERT WI 491 10 3 $0.00 JANET FERGUSON CN 468 18 4 $0.00 SARA LAVENHAR VA 465 36 5 $0.00 KATHERINE CAROW TN 430 8 6 $0.00 STEPHANIE YAROCH IL 378 4 7 $0.00 YOUTH MALE BAREBOW 1 JUSTUS LEIMBACH MD 522 19 1 $0.00 JESSE CALDWELL WI 392 4 2 $0.00 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE 1 ROYCE POULESON IL 600 104 1 $0.00 FRANK 111 COUSE PA 600 103 2 $0.00 CHRISTOPHER PERKINS ON 600 101 3 $0.00 QUADE ROMSA WY 598 108 4 $0.00 PHILLIP TUCKER IL 598 92 5 $0.00 NICK OLAFSON MN 598 85 6 $0.00 DEVON WIEGERS MI 598 82 7 $0.00 DANIEL HEBERT WI 598 78 8 $0.00 CHRIS BRUNTSCH CO 597 98 9 $0.00 JOSHUA LUBBEN MN 596 90 10 $0.00 WILL THOMPSON KY 595 78 11 $0.00 COTY BERANEK WI 595 78 11 $0.00 SAM ZAFFT MN 595 73 12 $0.00 KYLE DUNDA MO 592 84 13 $0.00 MATTHEW LA RUE NE 583 66 14 $0.00 2 DYLAN CHRISTENBERRY IN 594 79 1 $0.00 NOAH OVERMAN PA 592 64 2 $0.00 JOSH BOSTROM KY 589 53 3 $0.00 BLAKE TRAIL NC 583 71 4 $0.00 RYAN HAWKS OH 582 59 5 $0.00 TAYLOR TEETS TN 576 38 6 $0.00 JERRETT GREENWELL KY 566 41 7 $0.00 LUKE WILLIAMS IN 561 50 8 $0.00 TAYLOR BANGERT WI 544 42 9 $0.00 ZACH BURKHART IN 541 29 10 $0.00 ZAK TRIPP NE 510 19 11 $0.00 JORDON MILLER KY 500 18 12 $0.00 AUSTIN VICKREY GA 449 13 13 $0.00 GARRET CUNNINGHAM WI 398 4 14 $0.00 GARRETT LUCANGIOLI CO 333 7 15 $0.00 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED 1 JOSH WALTER CO 347 6 1 $0.00 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE LTD REC/LONGBOW 1 RODDY LEE TN 475 17 1 $0.00 BEN NGUYEN VA 410 48 2 $0.00 NICK ECKERD MI 213 1 3 $0.00

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2006 WAF 3-Star Tour Sets Record Attendance by Paul Davison

S

ame venue, new name, more shooters, more fun! The transition is now complete. First, it was the “Atlantic City Archery Classic.” Then, after it was purchased by the World Archery Festival a few years ago, and subsequently moved to Pittsburgh last year, the name of this history-rich tournament was awkwardly re-titled, “World Archery Festival Archery Classic.” No one, especially our ever-increasing roster of WAF corporate sponsors, was very happy with this name. In this new age of title sponsors for major sporting events, it was only natural that one of our more generous sponsors proposed changing the name to “Stanislawski Open.” The first leg of the 3-Star Tour is the esteemed Vegas Shoot in February. In March, it’s the NFAA Indoor Nationals in Louisville (see report in this issue). Continuing west to east, the third leg is now the Stanislawski Open in Pittsburgh ... held the next-to-last weekend of April. These three 22 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

tournaments are uniquely different, each having its own target face and shooting rules. NFAA equipment rules are now common among the three tournaments, but neither the Vegas Shoot nor the Stanislawski Open require NFAA membership. The Vegas Shoot and the Indoor National are shot at “standard” indoor distances, 18 meters and 20 yards, respectively; while the adult shooting distances in the Stanislawski Open are 40, 50 and 60 yards — a modified Easton 600 Round. The Vegas Round consists of ten, 3-arrow ends, while 12 ends of five arrows each are shot at Louisville and Pittsburgh. A bullseye scores “10” at Las Vegas and Pittsburgh, while it’s a “5” at the Indoor Nationals. Lots of variety means more fun. Two separate 3-D venues adjunct to the main indoor target venue were set up in each of the 2006 3-Star Tour sites: (1) the 7th Annual, 20target, Marked 3-D, sponsored by Delta/McKenzie, and (2) the inaugural, 5-target, Ultimate 3-D Pop-Up, sponsored by Archery United.

Friday, April 21st The third leg of the 2006 Marked 3-D 3-Star Tour Championship was held Friday evening. With only eighteen highly qualified professionals entered, the 20-end round moved rather quickly. After the 4th end, no less than nine were within two points of the lead. After the 8th end, Brandon Reyes opened his lead to four points, but by the 12th end he was four points behind Tim Gillingham, with Michael Anderson sandwiched between the two. By the 16th end, Gillingham had a four point lead over Keith Trail, and after the 18th end, his lead grew to six points over Eric Griggs, and eight points over Keith Trail and Dale Jones. Tim Gillingham continued to pour it on and finished with a 222, a whopping eight points more than Keith Trail and Eric Griggs. Because of one more “12,” Eric collected second place money of $700 to Keith’s $500. Michael Anderson also collected $500 for 4th place while Darrin Christenberry and Dale Jones split $700 for their 5th place tie. It’s the second straight Indoor Marked 3-D championship for Tim Gillingham. He won the $1500 first place award at Louisville, also. Saturday, April 22nd By shooting a perfect 900 at Las Vegas and a perfect 600 with 120 X’s at the National Indoor, both Jesse Broadwater and Lee Ford were eligible to win the $1,000,000 jackpot IF, and only IF, they shot a perfect 1200 at the 2006 Stanislawski Open. As will those who’ve stumbled in previous years, both Jesse and Lee will tell you, “You may have a better chance in winning the lottery.” Just as last year at Pittsburgh, both “future millionaires” dropped an arrow early — Lee at 40 yards and Jesse at 50 yards. With the pressure off, both Pros could now could concentrate on winning the Freestyle Male Championship. After Saturday’s first round, Bob Eyler shot a nearperfect 599 with an outstanding 43 (out of 60) X’s. Darryll Diehl scored an equally impressive 598 (26 X’s), followed by Brandon Reyes and Tim Gillingham with 597 and 30 X’s each. Reo Wilde was in 5th place alone with 596 and 28 X’s. Alicia McHenry led the Freestyle Female Championship with a 590, with Tiffany Reeves and Doris Jones just one point behind. The other Championship races weren’t quite as continued on page 24

STANISLAWSKI OPEN 2006

Chance Beaubouef receives the Mustang keys from WAF President Bruce Cull.

Michael Anderson, Darrin Christenberry, Brandon Reyes and Derry Null on the 3-D Championship line.

Michael Braden and Mike Slinkard in deep concentration.

moments photos ©2006 Paul Davison

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Nathan Brooks shows his form.

Eric Griggs (2nd place) waits for 3-D Champion Tim Gillingham to release.

Saturday’s 11:30 line was quite full.

It’s too bad that this Robin Hood was in a competitor’s arrow. 24 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

close. Rick Stark led Alan Paul in the Barebow Championship by an insurmountable 39 points. In the Bowhunter Freestyle Championship, Jeff Human led Bill Hakl 584 to 580, while in Compound Freestyle Limited, William Boyd, with a 578, had a 6 point lead over Rick Hunsinger, Emory Budzinski and Rodney Huffman (where’s Randy Brabec?). In Recurve Freestyle Limited, Vic Wunderle also shot a 578 to Butch Johnson’s 571. The Senior Freestyle Championship was led by Steve Boylan with a great 596 to Bob Peterson’s 591 and Chris Beling’s 590. With exception of Youth Female Freestyle, all Saturday leaders in the Crossbow, Cub, Youth and Young Adult divisions went on to become champions on Sunday. Saturday evening was capped off with the 2006 3-Star Tour shoot-off for the Ford Mustang. To be eligible for the shoot-off, one had to attend all three 2006 WAF tournaments: (1) Vegas Shoot, (2) Indoor Nationals, and (3) Stanislawski Open. Two hundred eight shooters started the shoot-off at 10 yards. In 5-yard increments, only those who scored a “5” advanced to the next longer distance. Forty-two survived to 35 yards, 24 to 40 yards, 12 to 45 yards, and just three to 50 yards: Andrew Callaway and NFAA Pros Chance Beaubouef and Lee Ford. “Three at Fifty” seems to be the magic number, for that’s what it was last year. Andrew’s shot was just barely outside the 5-spot. Chance’s was dead center, while Lee, who was the last to shoot, let one go where we don’t talk about. Although Chance is a multiple winner on the 3-Star Tour, this was first Mustang win. The 3-D shooters had a similar shoot-off for an ATV. Fifteen qualified for the finals, which start at 20 yards, but only four, Scott Cran, Bill Lewis, Darrin Christenberry and Linda Owen, advanced to 25 yards. Scott dropped out at this distance with a “10,” while the other three shot perfect “12’s.” At 30 yards, Darrin Christenberry scored the only “12” to win the ATV. Sunday, April 23rd Bob Eyler is on a roll! He was only one point off perfect at Vegas, cleaned the Indoor Nationals, and only five points down here at Pittsburgh. With 2700 perfect for the three 2006 3-Star Tour events, his 2694 is, no doubt, a new cumulative 3-Star Tour record using the current Easton 600 round at Pittsburgh. His

324 perfect shots out of 330 possible, means that Bob was perfect 98.2% of the time. Following Bob Eyler ($5000) in the Freestyle Male Championship were Reo Wilde (1192, 59 X’s, $2000), Shane Wills (1191, 73 X’s, $1000), Chance Beaubouef (1191, 72 X’s, $700), Josh Schaff (1190, 64 X’s, $600) and Dave Cousins (1190, 63 X’s, $550). In the Freestyle Female Championship, Alicia McHenry stumbled a bit, and Tiffany Reeves emerged as champion with a 1178 ($3400) to Doris Jones’ 1177 ($1700). Alicia finished third with a 1173 ($940), five X’s better than Jamie Van Natta, also with a 1173 ($780). Rick Stark ($300) and Jeff Human ($500), in Barebow and Bowhunter Freestyle, respectively, held onto their Saturday leads and won their championships comfortably. The biggest comeback was waged in the Compound Freestyle Limited Championship where Randy Brabec came from 9th place to first with a 1152 and $1000. His 587 on Sunday was nine points better than anyone else in his division. William Boyd was one point behind Randy with a 1151 ($650), followed by Rodney Huffman with a 1148 ($400). Vic Wunderle bettered fellow Olympian Butch Johnson 1158 ($500) to 1123 ($250) in the Recurve Freestyle Limited Championship. Steve Boylan held on to win the Senior Freestyle Championship with a 1185 ($1000) to Chris Boling’s 1182 ($700) and Thomas Crowe’s 1179 ($450). Once again, we apologize that there’s insufficient room here to report all the head-to-head competition. All scores from the 2006 Stanislawski Open, including the Marked 3-D, are listed in this issue and on NFAA’s website, www.fieldarchery.com. It’s the same venue and same weekend in Pittsburgh next year. Pittsburgh is a great host. The David L. Lawrence Convention Center is, without a doubt, the roomiest venue on the 3-Star Tour. Unlike Vegas and Louisville, there are more than enough practice lanes available! With Visitor Bureau agents on-site at the Convention Center, there’s plenty of help locating where to eat and where to have fun when not shooting. There are lots of fast-food and more-upscale restaurants just a few blocks away. Although we don’t know the Pirates’ 2007 schedule, it’s just a short (half mile) walk from the hotels and Convention Center to the Pirate Stadium. See you in Pittsburgh in 2007!

Cub girls with fifteen arrows crammed in the 10-ring ... most of them X’s.

Vermont’s “Pelkey’s Road Team.”

The Cub, Youth and Young Adult medalists with their awards.

The Championship Freestyle Male line shoots 50 yards on Sunday.

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STANISLAWSKI results results results OPEN results 2006—RESULTS results results results FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

AWARD PLACE

BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE FLIGHTS 1 ED RADDER NY 1161 $500.00 1 WILLIAM GRIESEMER PA 1160 $200.00 2 CHRISTOPHER YATRON PA 1158 $150.00 3 RON DE SIMONI NJ 1152 $100.00 4 JAY HAYDEN UT 1149 $80.00 5 JULENE HAKL MN 1147 $70.00 6 GREG MCBRIDE PA 1146 $60.00 7 NELSON MENGEL MD 1142 $50.00 8 KELLY ZERBE PA 1138 $0.00 9 RANDY THOMPSON PA 1135 $0.00 10 RUSSELL WOOD MN 1133 $0.00 11 MICHAEL LOUGHMAN PA 1125 $0.00 12 DANIEL DETERLINE PA 1115 $0.00 13 MARK BECK OH 1114 $0.00 14 BOB SHIPMAN IA 1112 $0.00 15 PETER GITHENS PA 1105 $0.00 16 PAUL BLAKELOCK NY 1104 $0.00 17 JARED FRIES PA 1103 $0.00 18 DANIEL ALISESKY OH 1103 $0.00 19 MICHAEL HALLER PA 1093 $0.00 20 ART GOTTSCHALK MD 1092 $0.00 21 JENNIFER BYRNE NY 1087 $0.00 22 HEATHER HOOSOCK NY 1083 $0.00 23 BARRY SCHRIVER PA 1082 $0.00 24 JIM SAVANT PA 1081 $0.00 25 GABE BATDORF PA 1073 $0.00 26 GREGORY KULP PA 1059 $0.00 27 TERRY ZERBE PA 1057 $0.00 28 CHARLES BOBROWSKI NJ 1049 $0.00 29 LISA BECK OH 1026 $0.00 30 CHRIS JOLY NY 1017 $0.00 31 JEFF FALCONER PA 1011 $0.00 32 VINCENT BABINO IV NY 1000 $0.00 33 KRISTI PETERSON PA 978 $0.00 34 WILLIAM YATRON PA 971 $0.00 35 JOHN CHEPAK OH 941 $0.00 36 VINCENT BABINO III NY 937 $0.00 37 DALE BROWN SR. WV 915 $0.00 38 DAVID SINGLEY PA 902 $0.00 39 PETER LUCAS NY 561 $0.00 40 CHAMPIONSHIP BAREBOW 1 RICK STARK VA 1066 $300.00 1 ALAN PAUL NY 1014 $200.00 2 ROAND THOMPSON MD 882 $0.00 3 RICHARD LUCANGIOLICO 737 $0.00 4 CHAMPIONSHIP BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE 1 JEFF HUMAN NY 1172 $500.00 1 BILL HAKL MN 1160 $250.00 2 CHRIS BERRY MO 1160 $0.00 3 BRUCE WILLIAMS MI 1135 $0.00 4 CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE FEMALE 1 TIFFANY REEVES MT 1178“$3,400.00” 1 DORIS JONES CN 1177“$1,700.00” 2 ALICIA MCHENRY PA 1173 $940.00 3

FLIGHT NAME

AWARD PLACE

JAMIE VAN NATTA OH 1173 $780.00 4 GINGER MOREHEAD GA 1171 $620.00 5 CHRISTIE COLIN NY 1169 $0.00 6 BECKY PEARSON AZ 1169 $0.00 7 CONNIE CALLOWAY TN 1166 $0.00 8 HOLLY PAGEL MN 1165 $0.00 9 LINDA OWEN MS 1162 $0.00 11 KELLY WARD NC 1162 $0.00 10 ERIKA ANSCHUTZ NE 1162 $0.00 12 JEANNA ALLBRITAIN OH 1152 $0.00 13 JAHNA DAVIS MT 1152 $0.00 14 MARTHA LORENCE OH 1150 $0.00 15 DIANE WATSON FL 1147 $0.00 16 KATHY PINDELL IL 1138 $0.00 17 RHONDA CALHOUN TX 1124 $0.00 18 SANDIE SWIRLES-DUNCAN MI 1124 $0.00 19 SAMANTHA KLINE PA 1117 $0.00 20 ELISSA FALCONER PA 1109 $0.00 21 DENISE SHIRK PA 1105 $0.00 22 MELETTA CRAN WI 537 $0.00 23 CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE LTD COMP 1 RANDY BRABEC CO 1152 $1,000.00 1 WILLIAM BOYD IN 1151 $650.00 2 RODNEY HUFFMAN MO 1148 $400.00 3 JEFF FABRY CA 1143 $250.00 4 EMORY BUDZINSKI WI 1141 $200.00 5 RICK HUNSINGER PA 1141 $0.00 6 JOSEPH GOZA AL 1141 $0.00 7 ROBERT BESANCENEY KS 1137 $0.00 8 JESSE LANE VA 1135 $0.00 9 CHARLIE OWENS IN 1129 $0.00 10 LARRY GOZA AL 1123 $0.00 11 JAMIE JENNINGS MO 1122 $0.00 12 CHAD WATTERSON PA 1089 $0.00 13 TOM BLANTON OH 1078 $0.00 14 ERIKA LA BRIE CO 534 $0.00 15 CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE LTD. RECURVE MALE 1 VIC WUNDERLE FL 1158 $500.00 1 RICHARD JOHNSON CT 1123 $250.00 2 JASON MC KITTRICK IN 1112 $150.00 3 DANIEL SCHULLER PA 1091 $0.00 4 JASON BURKETT PA 1027 $0.00 5 MATT HOPKINS RI 496 $0.00 6 CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE MALE 1 BOB EYLER MI 1195 $5,000.00 1 REO WILDE ID 1192 $2,000.00 2 SHANE WILLS MD 1191 $1,000.00 3 CHANCE BEAUBOUEF TN 1191 $700.00 4 JOSH SCHAFF MT 1190 $600.00 5 DAVE COUSINS ME 1190 $550.00 6 JESSE BROADWATER MD 1189 $500.00 7 KEVIN POLISH PA 1189 $470.00 8 DARRYLL DIEHL VA 1189 $440.00 9 TIM GILLINGHAM UT 1189 $400.00 10

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STATE TOTAL

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

DARRIN CHRISTENBERRY IN BRADEN GELLENTHIEN MD BRANDON REYES IN ROBERT WOLFRAM IL LOGAN WILDE ID ROD MENZER WI DUANE PRICE MICHAEL BRADEN TX KEITH TRAIL NJ ANTHONY CLEM CO RODGER WILLETT VA ERIC GRIGGS KY JAMIE RUS MI TODD SHULTZ PA WAYNE RISNER OH SCOTT ROMERO OH MIKE LEITER MD TONY TAZZA PA MICHAEL ANDERSON IA KEN KANE VT DARIN COOPER UT BEN HOBBS CA DIETMAR TRILLUS ON GARY JR SMITH STEVEN STARK VA DALE JONES PA DOUG WILLIAMS JR NY RICHARD POTTER MO KALE HEUTON IA DANIEL WILLIAMS PA JOSH HUGHES CA DAVE MCMILLIN PA EVAN BAIZE KY JACKIE WHITE MO BRYAN HELLAND MN SCOTT CRAN WI MEL SHREWSBURY MIKE LEWIS VA SCOTT STARNES IN JAMES BUTTS NY ZAK KURTZHALS UT RYAN FURRER PA CHRIS VANDEVENDER WV TONY BIANES NJ LYNN RIGGS AL BRIAN SIMPSON WV ERIC OSMONSON IA CHRIS JOHNSON MD CHRIS DESTON CT CHRIS OOSTERLINCK CA JACK WALLACE OH DUSTIN BOUNCE OH ROY HRYCKOWIAN NY COTTY HAYES CO JOE KAPP PA

1188 1188 1188 1187 1187 1187 1186 1186 1185 1185 1185 1183 1183 1183 1183 1182 1182 1181 1181 1181 1180 1179 1179 1179 1179 1179 1179 1178 1178 1178 1178 1178 1177 1177 1177 1177 1177 1177 1176 1176 1176 1175 1175 1174 1174 1173 1173 1173 1172 1171 1171 1171 1170 1170 1169

AWARD PLACE

$360.00 $330.00 $300.00 $285.00 $270.00 $255.00 $245.00 $235.00 $225.00 $210.00 $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 $200.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Lorraine Sheffler, Debi Klink, Marihelen Rogers and Gwen McMurray wait for the shooters to turn in their scorecards.

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results results results results results results results FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

AWARD PLACE

THOMAS GOMEZ TX 1169 $0.00 JEFF BUTTON WI 1168 $0.00 DAVID DECLEMENTE NY 1168 $0.00 BART LARSON WI 1168 $0.00 SONNY REEB OH 1167 $0.00 SCOTT TURNER MI 1166 $0.00 MIKE SLINKARD OR 1165 $0.00 LEE FORD WY 1164 $0.00 KEITH BROWN NC 1163 $0.00 DAVID KERG WI 1162 $0.00 GEORGE RYALS NY 1162 $0.00 DAVE BADGLEY NY 1162 $0.00 RAY RUNYONS OH 1160 $0.00 CHUCK REAGLE PA 1160 $0.00 DARREN COLLINS KS 1159 $0.00 RON HARDESTY MI 1157 $0.00 SHANE BUSCHLEN MI 1156 $0.00 FORREST CARTER ID 1153 $0.00 TROY CALLOWAY TN 1151 $0.00 JEFFREY HEEG WI 1148 $0.00 BRIAN THOMPSON OH 1137 $0.00 JESSE MOREHEAD GA 1125 $0.00 JASON VANDERBILT MO 1118 $0.00 JAMES SHULER PA 1090 $0.00 NATHAN BROOKS AR 589 $0.00 JOHNNY FUTHEY OH 581 $0.00 MICHAEL FENNELL NJ 569 $0.00 MICHAEL HARBIN MI 561 $0.00 BRYAN BOYLE NY 546 $0.00 CHAMPIONSHIP SENIOR FREESTYLE 1 STEVE BOYLAN IL 1185 $1,000.00 CHRIS BELING NJ 1182 $700.00 THOMAS CROWE WA 1179 $450.00 BOB PETERSEN MD 1178 $300.00 BOB WEBB IN 1175 $225.00 PHIL MCCOY IN 1174 $215.00 FRANK PEARSON AZ 1169 $210.00 LARRY HIX MD 1169 $200.00 RANDALL JONES GA 1167 $0.00 GLENN CAMPBELL MI 1167 $0.00 ED HORN IA 1167 $0.00 TOM COBLENTZ MD 1162 $0.00 JIM BURNS WI 1160 $0.00 DERRY NULL OH 1160 $0.00 FRANK RUS MI 1160 $0.00 RON SR WEST MD 1160 $0.00 DAN RENNER SC 1158 $0.00 ROBERT WISE MD 1158 $0.00 ROGER THIBAULT ME 1155 $0.00 CHARLES BLANKENSHIP TN 1155 $0.00 BEN ROGERS CA 1153 $0.00

The Championship line on Sunday as viewed from high above.

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FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

KEN DENNING MT DON KUDLACEK WA STEPHEN HELLAND MN GEORGE DIXON AR LARRY WISE PA GARY MUNSON WV DEE WILDE ID CROSSBOW FEMALE 1 PATRICIA COPLEY WV MICHELLE O’DONNELLFL ASHLEY BUTLER PA CROSSBOW MALE 1 JOE SILVASI NJ TERRENCE BUTLER PA STAN PENNYPACKER PA RONALD KRESHESKY PA CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE 1 KAILEY JOHNSTON GA HUNTER JACKSON MI AMBER STEVENS NY CUB MALE FREESTYLE 1 ANDY DAYTON MI TAYLOR LUCAS NY LANE ROMSA WY HUNTER GUTWEIN NJ DANNY SHUCK MD ELLIOTT NYVSEN SD DRAKE GRIMWOOD OH CLIFFORD STEVENS NY CUB MALE RECURVE 1 DAVID DOMBROWSKI MI JONATHAN DOMBROWSKI MI FREESTYLE FLIGHTS 1 MICHAEL MATHEWS PA PERRY HARPRING IN CORY MONAHAN NY CHARLIE MONGER PA DARIK BOLLIG AZ ANDREW CALLAWAY WI DOUGLAS WALKER PA MIKE LAMAR CT JEFF ROLLINGS MO ROBERT AVERY NY BEN BLOSSER AZ DOUG GRADE WI RICHY BURKE KY GREGG HORNER PA EDWARD SKLANEY PA TIM KRETZLER PA TONY ALEXANDER PA BLAKE LOPER NJ EDWARD W UPP OH MICHAEL CROWE PA NICK VICKERS NJ TRENT ARLEDGE MD LONNIE MC ELCAR OH RICHARD RUSH PA MIKE GERRISH MD ADAM SMRDEL OH JON WEIBLEY PA ROSS MOUNTCASTLE IN PHILIP SCHWARTZTRAUBER PA BRIAN TATE VA BOB MARCINEK PA BRYAN MILLER MI ANDREW SINES PA JOEY MCNISH MO DENNIS DAVIDSON PA RONALD SYKORA IA TIM LONG MI TRACY NEAL NY GARY SANDERS MI DOUGLAS JOYCE NJ SUSAN WEINSTEIN MD JC BRADWAY NJ TODD LAMBRIGHT PA DOUG SPRINGER NY 2 NORMAN MILLER OH DARRIN MC CUTCHEON MD RONALD BARNDT MT T J KRETZLER PA

AWARD PLACE

1152 1152 1149 1141 1141 1130 1104

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

1146 1133 1117

$200.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 2 3

1145 1132 1126 1082

$200.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 2 3 4

1190 1181 1016

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 2 3

1169 1150 1132 1127 1074 1021 924 908

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1111 793

$0.00 $0.00

1 2

1186 1185 1178 1176 1172 1171 1171 1171 1170 1168 1168 1168 1166 1166 1165 1164 1164 1164 1163 1163 1163 1163 1162 1162 1162 1161 1161 1160

$500.00 $360.00 $275.00 $200.00 $155.00 $120.00 $100.00 $80.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

1160 1159 1158 1154 1152 1152 1152 1152 1151 1151 1148 1148 1146 1144 1135 578 1164 1162 1162 1162

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $410.00 $265.00 $215.00 $155.00

29 30 31 32 34 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 1 2 3 4

FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

RICHARD BYRNE ME SCOTT LOGUE PA DAN BIESZK MN GARY JR SCHULER PA MIKE SCHAFF MT ADAM VANSTEENBERG PA JAMES INGLES MI GARY SR SMITH OH ROBERT WERTZ PA STEPHANIE GALLAGHER NJ BILL LEWIS NE DAVID PIKTEL WV MICHAEL BALDWIN PA TIM ANDERSON OH GENE HOWELL PA DAVID GILBERT PA PETE ROMIG IA RICK CARDARELLI NY TOM MARTINELLI, JR PA DANNY RHODES MD CRAIG SMITH PA BRENDA COUSINS ME ANTHONY GOETZ NY GREG WALKER PA SCOTT PATTERSON PA DAVID FORD OH SEAN YETZ IL ANDREW SUSEN NJ DARREL GEHMAN PA WILLIAM (BILL) JENKINS PA CURT PETERSON PA RYAN PHELPS MI EDWARD CHRISTMAN NE LOREN PAGEL MN RAY WISE OH BOB ROBUSTELLI NY JOHN DAVIDSON PA JOE BAUERNFEIND NY 3 GREG BOKASH NJ CHUCK COOLEY NY BRUCE RAMSEY PA DANIEL WHITENER GA MICHAEL STEFANINI OH DAVID COOK OH ROB PETERS OH SONNY FOOTE NJ BRETT HENDRIE NY WILLIAM HAYMAKER PA ERIN O’CONNOR NY KELVIN RANNEY MI JIM PORTER PA

1159 1159 1158 1158 1157 1157 1155 1155 1155 1151 1151 1151 1150 1150 1149 1149 1147 1145 1145 1145 1144 1144 1144 1143 1143 1142 1142 1141 1140 1139 1139 1138 1137 1137 1133 1130 1123 1101 1150 1149 1149 1146 1146 1144 1141 1141 1141 1139 1139 1139 1137

AWARD PLACE

$90.00 $115.00 $75.00 $60.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $300.00 $200.00 $160.00 $110.00 $80.00 $60.00 $50.00 $40.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

6 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

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esults results results results results results results FLIGHT NAME

STATE TOTAL

JIM FREAM NY DANIEL PRINGLE PA CHANCE SWECKER WV BRIAN JACOBSON NJ TIM CONNELL BC CASEY PARKELL NJ BRIAN ALLEN PA JERRY HOPPE WI PAT SINAL PA ADAM PHELPS OH DANIEL DODSON PA TERRY COLIN NY SCOTT KEARNEY PA WALTER SMITH AZ LEWIS DENTON MT JAKE RICHMOND WA BRANDEN WILLS MD JIM LECLAIR VT LYNNE PHELPS MI RICHARD ALEXANDER PA GEORGE PAZEL OH BRIAN WENSEL VA STELLA DEVORE PA GEORGE HAMMER PA ERIC WOJCIECHOWSKI WI RICHARD WILLS MD VINCE SCHULTES MI WILLIAM LOFTEN MD JOHN PATCHER PA TIM ALTHOUSE PA GARY SCHULER SR PA DIANE GALLAGHER NJ TONY KOZLESKY KY 4 MIKE ANDERSON IN JEFF PODOSEK NJ GREG BENNER PA CHERYL SMITH OH BRANDON GIBSON NJ ROB THICKE ON JIM FRENCH VA SCOTT SAMSOE NY THOMAS BASHLINE PA JEREMY TRAVIS NY RICHARD SCOTT PA EARL POWERS JR PA DAN WHITEHOUSE VT ALBERT PANZETTI MA JOSEPH G BABKOWSKI PA GLENN MORNINGSTAR PA SCOTT POWERS PA T.L. WILLIAMS PA JEFFREY CARAVAN PA BENJAMIN PATTERSON PA DONALD FATH OH WAYNE MCCULLOUGH PA FRANK LORENCE OH CARL HAINES NJ DAVID MCDANIEL NC ROBERT VOSNICK VA GUY SHAMBLIN WV JENNIFER MCMILLIN PA BILL CARTWRIGHT OH DANIEL ZINGALE NY DEBRA SIELOFF FL DOUGLAS SHELIGA OH ROBIN DEVONO PA RICHARD PAUL PA MIKE HINDMARSH NC SHERRY JOHNSTON OH BRENT FRANKLIN NY TOM MARTINELLI PA LARRY YOCIUS PA ELMER GLICK PA DOUG YOCABET PA JOHN HEATER PA 5 O.J. AVERY JR. NY NEIL NEWKIRK NY HEIDI SNYDER NY JOSEPH SANDERS OH JOAN SCHULTES MI DENNIS HENDRICKS PA ANDY ZETH PA

1136 1136 1135 1135 1135 1134 1133 1133 1132 1132 1132 1132 1130 1130 1129 1129 1128 1127 1127 1127 1125 1125 1125 1124 1122 1122 1121 1121 1120 1117 1114 1107 563 1136 1135 1132 1130 1129 1129 1128 1126 1126 1125 1125 1124 1122 1122 1122 1121 1121 1121 1120 1119 1117 1117 1117 1116 1115 1113 1113 1113 1111 1110 1109 1109 1108 1108 1107 1107 1105 1100 1099 1097 562 561 1122 1120 1119 1117 1115 1115 1114

AWARD PLACE

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $160.00 $95.00 $75.00 $60.00 $50.00 $40.00 $30.00 $25.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $100.00 $80.00 $65.00 $55.00 $45.00 $35.00 $25.00

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STATE TOTAL

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results results results results results results results SCORE Championship Division TIM GILLINGHAM KEITH TRAIL ERIC GRIGGS MICHAEL ANDERSON DARRIN CHRISTENBERRY DALE JONES THOMAS GOMEZ MIKE SLINKARD NATHAN BROOKS BRANDON REYES MICHAEL BRADEN MEL SHREWSBURY BOB EYLER DUANE PRICE SCOTT ROMERO JAMES BUTTS LEE FORD Men Unlimited Flights DAVE COUSINS ANDREW CALLAWAY STEVEN STARK SCOTT CRAN PERRY HARPRING JOHN HARVATH CHRIS VANDEVENDER JEFF KIRKLAND STEVE BOYLAN JEFF KIRKLAND JOSH HUGHS PERRY HARPRING JOHN HORVATH ZAK KURTZHALS CHARLES BLANKENSHIP BRADEN GELLENTHIEN THOMAS CROWE KALE HEUTON JOHN HORVATH RICHARD POTTER RICHARD CALLAWAY ERIC OSMONSON JACKIE WHITE DAVE COUSINS MIKE LEWIS ROGER THIBAULT CHRI VANDEVENDER DAN BIESZK JEFF BUTTON PAUL WINTERBOWER DAVID COUSINS BILL LEWIS SCOTT STARNES JOE JR. KELLEY RICK STARK DIETMAR TRILLUS JON HOLLINGSHEAD DAVID COUSINS TROY CALLOWAY ROBERT WOLFRAM BOB MARCINEK Women Unlimited Flights CONNIE CALLOWAY LINDA OWEN LINDA OWEN GINGER MOREHEAD GINGER MOREHEAD LINDA OWEN JAMIE VAN NATTA JAMIE VAN NATTA RHONDA CALHOUN DEBRA SIELOFF

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SCORE JENNIFER BYRNE 178 DEBRA SIELOFF 172 Freestyle Limited Flights CHARLIE OWENS 202 EMORY BUDZINSKI 200 BOB BESANCENEY 195 EMORY BUDZINSKI 194 WILLIAM BOYD 191 JEREMY LIMERICK 183 JEREMY LIMERICK 165 Bowhunter Freestyle Flights RON DESIMONI 206 CHRIS BERRY 192 JAY HAYDEN 180 ROBERT JR. GORDON 179 JAY HAYDEN 178 Amateur Division ANDY HUMELL 212 RICHARD AITKEN 210 TIM KRETZLER 208 DOUG YOCABET 206 DAVE CLAASSEN 204 BEN BLOSSER 204 BRETT KOVACH 202 RYAN PHELPS 202 CURT PETERSON 202 ANDY HUNNELL 201 CRAIG FLUHARTY 200 DAVID PIKEL 200 DANNY RHODES 200 PETE ROMIG 200 ROSS MOUNTCASTLE 200 ANDY HUNNELL 199 TOM MARTINELLI 199 TOM MARTINELLI JR 198 TJ KRETZLER 198 MICHAEL ATKINSON 198 JOE JR KELLEY 198 DAN PRINGLE 198 CHANC SWECKER 196 DANNY RHODES 196 DAVID PIKTEL 194 DUGIE DENTON 194 BRIAN COMP JR 193 DUGIE DENTON 190 SHAWN NAYLOR 189 KELVIN RUNNEY 189 ROBERT VOSNICK 189 GARY SR. SMITH 189 SHAUN CUMBY 188 CHANC SWECKER 188 ZACK PLANNICK 187 DARIK BOLLIG 186 GREG BOKASH 183 AARON LAPINSKI 183 CRAIG FLUHARTY 183 BRIAN JR. COMP 183 MARK CURTIS 182 GREG DEROSIER 182 PETE GITHENS 180 SONNY FOOTE 172 CURT PETERSON 160 KRISTI PETERSON 158 RICH PRONDZINSKI 148 DAN KLIMEK 146 DALE SR. BROWN 132 BO MCCLUSKEY 0 DAVE CLAASSEN 0 CHIP FORADAS 0 CHUCK HUNNELL 0 JOE MCCLUSKET JR 0

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Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from Bernie’s book, “IDIOT PROOF ARCHERY”. This “tell-it-like-it-is, no-holdsbarred” approach is what makes Bernie so popular with his students. This 300+ page book, now in its 3rd printing, is illustrated with over 350 photos and diagrams and has already proven to be the best and most comprehensive ever written for the competitive archer! For those of you interested in more personal instruction, or wish to become an advanced level archery instructor, you can attend one of Bernie’s shooter’s schools (see schedule on page 21) or call 614-322-1038 or go to www.robinhoodvideos.com for more information.

Starting Off on the Right Foot (Even If You Are Left-Handed) by Bernie Pellerite ©2006 Compared to other aspects of the archery shot, adopting a proper stance and posture sounds elementary and relatively unimportant. In fact, it really has more to do with proper shooting form than we think. We’ve all been told that there are three basic foot positions (you should assume I’m talking about a right-handed archer): 1. The straight or square stance (see Fig. 1), which is to stand toeing a straight line that points to the target; 2. The open stance (see Fig. 2), which requires the front foot back somewhat and the body is turned slightly (1530 degrees) toward the target; and 3. The closed stance (see Fig. 3) which is when your back foot is behind slightly, and your body is partially turned away from the target. Unfortunately, most archers just step up to the

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shooting line or stake without paying any attention to exactly where their feet are from shot to shot, which ultimately cost them points. In the shooter’s school I teach, which is available on both DVD and video, we do a demonstration to show how important stance/posture and foot position really are. Four or five student “volunteers” get their bows and stand at the 20 yard line like they are going to shoot at the targets. I have them get ready to come to full draw, and then have them turn their heads and look behind them, at me. (This disorients them.) Then, I tell them to close their eyes and turn their heads back around toward the target and draw to anchor with their eyes still closed. Once at full draw, they are told to open their eyes, memorize where

their bow is aimed, and then let down, without shooting. The results are usually very interesting! Most shooters are usually off to the right (and occasionally to the left) anywhere from 12 inches to 12 feet! What this proves is that people have a predetermined idea of where their feet should be planted without regard to which is the most natural or comfortable and, therefore, the easiest to duplicate for their bodies. Most people think they should be toeing a line that is pointed straight at the target (the straight stance). That is usually not the case. Our “natural body position” at full draw, should dictate where our feet should be. We should not plant our feet and draw the bow, using muscles to push or pull the bow over or distort (twist) the trunk of the body

to get the bow on target. If you loaded torque that will cause unstand on the shooting line or by wanted movement, thus making a shooting stake and look at the aiming more difficult and take target, you will draw toward the longer. This tension or torque target, without being aware of can be responsible for over-holdhow much you are twisting your ing, because of an unsteady sight hips, torso, or shoulders. The picture. This can violate your torque or tension you load into physical comfort zone, which is your body doing this can guar- usually 7-8 seconds to execute a antee lower scores. By drawing shot. It can also cause some unwith your eyes closed however, Drawing with your eyes closed is the best you are “tricked” into drawing way to find your natural foot position. the way your body wants you to draw and hold the bow, be- explained lefts and rights. In this cause it’s the most natural and, example you should open your therefore, the steadiest for your stance slightly, which will bring particular shooting form. Simply your alignment around to where keep drawing and moving your your sight is pointed toward the feet more open or closed, until target naturally. You will be able your sight is pointed at the tar- to get into the center with your get every time, when you open sight quicker, with less effort, your eyes. and hold steadier, enabling you Here is an example: You are to aim sooner, hold longer, and a right-handed archer stand- to release the arrow when the ing on a direct line to the target sight is at its steadiest. (straight stance) and, after drawWhichever way your bones are ing with your eyes closed, when lined up and your natural body you open your eyes, your sight position allows you to point the is aimed 3 feet to the right, at bow, is the most “idiot-proof” 20 yards. This means that if you way for you to stand and to aim. had drawn with your eyes open, You shouldn’t have to recruit any you would be unconsciously muscles to get your sight lined twisting or torquing your body up on the target. around unnaturally to get your sight pointing toward the target. Finding Your Correct Foot This builds in tension and/or prePosition

Form will break down eventually if you start out standing too tall.

Once you have your draw length adjusted properly, learned to use back tension, and you are holding with a low, down, and relaxed shoulder, only then can you identify your correct foot position. To find your correct foot position, as described previously, disorient yourself first, and then close your eyes and draw the bow. Don’t try to look at the target before you close your eyes and draw, as this causes your body to subconsciously point the bow toward where you were looking or to where you preaimed. Once you establish which foot position you should be using, practice it by putting markers on the floor or the ground, until it becomes automatic. Stance Most shooters assume a stance or posture that is too rigid, preconceived, totally artificial, and that eventually breaks down like a “high wrist grip” can during the competition. Your body should be erect but relaxed. Don’t stand “at attention.” If you do, here is what can happen. When you first start shooting at a tournament, you’ll be standing continued on page 20

Stand erect, but stay relaxed, and good form will last all day!

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Starting Off on the Right Foot continued from page 19 up straight and stretched to your tallest for the first 10 to 15 shots. As the day goes by, and you aren’t paying attention to your posture, or as you begin to tire, you will automatically start to relax or slump a little. Your body slowly assumes your natural “at ease” position. This is one of the reasons that some shooters have severe differences in their scores between practice and tournaments, or between the first and second half of a tournament. When you are “psyched up” for a tournament, adrenaline is coursing through your bloodstream and that gives you energy to “stand up tall.” Then, as you start to relax and you aren’t as nervous or revved up, the adrenaline leaves your system and you relax further. You may even slump a little. When you are at home practicing, there is little or no adrenaline to affect your form. I recommend that you start out, on the very first shot, standing the way you will be standing on the last arrow; erect, but at ease! You should be mindful of this and utilize it in your practice sessions. Then,

when you do go to a tournament, your “tournament form” should be identical Caption: With a slightly open stance, the arm joint lines up natuto your “pracrally with the shoulder socket and the string is clear of the bow tice form.” arm. Your shoulders should or your body to repeat it over be directly over your hips, which and over again naturally? On should be directly over your feet the other hand, for those “true (see Fig. 4.) Do not twist your athletes” and professional arupper body or lean back (usuchers out there that practice 2 ally a sign that your draw is too to 4 hours a day, 7 days a week, long). Your weight should be any form works well, because it’s distributed evenly on both feet. practiced and reinforced menA common mistake 3-D shoottally and physically every day. ers make is shooting with their Remember we said ... you don’t ankles together. The feet should have to do it right ... just do it the be about shoulder width apart. same way every shot! Having This gives you a much wider and said that, how many true profesmore solid foundation, which is sional athletes do we really have, important if you want to hold with practice regimens like the steady. Archers who shoot with Korean Olympic team (45 hours their feet together are forced to and 6 days per week)! No matter lean back, away from the target, what form they use (which hapto get their balance, because pens to be bone-to-bone which their bow arm is extended and I also teach), they practice it so holding up 5 to 10 pounds of much it always happens the same bow. Therefore, they must lean way, each and every shot. Someback to counterbalance the times though, there are champibow’s mass weight. Leaning ons who succeed with very odd back also happens when the shooting forms. Unfortunately, draw is too long, which conwhen most people try to copy a tributes to the inability to great shooter with unorthodox hold steady. Holding steady form, they fail! The reason is that is impossible now because most people don’t or can’t put the bow arm is tense, which in that much effort. causes movement! That’s why, for people who You see, everything is tied have real jobs, I teach “idiot together! One thing causes proof” archery, which is naturalanother to happen and ly repeatable. My entire coachthen that causes something ing philosophy is adapted for else to happen, etc. If your the “nonprofessional” archer to “shooting platform” is not shoot “professional scores” . . . Caption: Archers who shoot with their feet together in alignment or not relaxed, sort of “Better Archery Through are forced to lean back in order to counter balance why would you expect the Idiot Proof Execution!” shot to happen naturally, the bow’s mass weight. 32 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

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JUNE 23-25 Blue Ridge Backwoods, Monticello, IL (25 miles SW of Champaign). Contact: Scott or Debbie 217-762-3123 Due to the popularity of the school and the limited number of open weekends, it is recommended that interested pro shops or clubs schedule as soon as possible. Available dates always fill up quickly, so book yours today! You can also be put on the waiting list. Robinhood Videos 1600 Reynoldsburg-New Albany Rd. Blacklick, Ohio 43004 614-322-1038 • fax 614-322-1039 E-mail AskBernie@aol.com • www.robinhoodvideos.com Hosting a school: Interested shops or clubs should contact us as soon as possible, so we can put them on the schedule or the waiting list, as available spots are filling quickly at the present rate. Attending a school: Interested shooters should contact one of the above schools to reserve a spot. You will be asked for a non-refundable* deposit to hold your reservation. *If you are unable to attend, your deposit can be applied to any other school. SHOOTER’S SCHOOL FORMAT 3 day course with 10 person minimum • The format is as follows: Friday afternoon and early evening—(usually 3:00pm to 6:00pm) video taping of the students. School lecture starts Friday at 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. • Curriculum is for intermediate to professional level. • Topics include 3-D, target shooting, bowhunting, practice regimen, equipment set-up, tuning, holding steady, mental and physical aiming, back tension, professional form, shot sequence and execution, tournament pressure, and judging yardage. Problem solving and question and answer sessions will cover topics such as punching the trigger, bow torque, penetration, target panic/ buck fever and much more. • Minimum 10, maximum 25-30 students. (Any number less than 10 students must be pre-approved). • $300 per student, second time students $150, and students who wish to just audit the course or can only attend one day, $175. • The contact person attends for free, or gets $300 in merchandise. • 10% of the fee goes to the host shop or club. • The Instructor Certification will be an option in the school for an additional $25. (Under normal circumstances, must be at least 16 years old.) Archery Magazine June/July 2006 33

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

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

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

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

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

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

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ach year companies and organizations spend billions of dollars getting their message to the public. They use TV and radio advertising, newspaper and magazine space, direct mail appeals and other marketing tactics.

Why not take the NFAA booth or banner to your next high traffic event. A properly manned display booth can impact lots of folks. In a single day, you can meet with hundreds of people who will take the archery message home, to the office, to school; to share with others for weeks to come. NFAA can ship materials and banners, in some cases the NFAA booth, to many locations for displaying at your next event. To schedule a booth or display, contact the NFAA Vice President, Brian Sheffler. The first step is to identify the event and the approximate number of contacts that can be made. The events to look at need not be archery related; check into sport shows, county fairs, youth festivals, even car and boat shows. Many times these events will offer free or discounted space for an informational booth.. Remember, you’ll find an audience for your booth whenever and wherever people congregate. Customizing the display with art, taxidermy,

Yet, businessmen will tell you that the most important tool for getting the word about your organization out to the consumer is direct, person to person, communication. Why? Because consumers respond to personal contact. Face to face communication is far and away the most effective way to get a message across. “Shoot where the ducks fly” is a common slogan among professional salesmen. More and more companies and organizations are taking their message to high traffic events that attract the public. 38 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

bows and arrows, photos, etc; dress up the booth. You can do any number of refinements to the display to dress it up and further tell the story. Be creative, the sky’s the limit.

Don’t forget to recruit manpower to work the booth. Two man teams are best, working in short shifts. Make sure to follow all the rules established by the host; set up and tear down at the proper times. Be courteous and friendly, let people know you are there to answer their questions. Offer something free, especially for the kids, like stickers or posters.

2006-2007 NFAA® CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2006 MID ATLANTIC OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ................................JUNE 3-4 .............................................. CAPE MAY CT HSE, NJ BIG SKY OPEN COLORADO..................................................JUNE 9-11 ............................................ GRAND JUNCTION, CO GREAT LAKES OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ................................JUNE 10-11 ......................................................... CHATHAM, IL SOUTHERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL .....................................JUNE 10-11 ............................................ OKLAHOMA CITY, OK NORTHWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL .................................JUNE 17-18 ............................................................EUGENE, OR MIDWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ......................................JUNE 24-25 .......................................................... WAVERLY, IA NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR SECTIONAL..............................JUNE 24-25 ................................................... LUNENBURG, MA SOUTHWEST OUTDOOR SECTIONAL ..................................JUNE 24-25 ...................................................... LAS VEGAS, NV SOUTHEAST 3-D SECTIONAL ..............................................JUNE 24-25 ...................................................... KNOXVILLE, TN NFAA UNMARKED 3-D NATIONALS ....................................JULY 22-23..........................................................YANKTON, SD NFAA OUTDOOR NATIONALS .............................................JULY 24-28..........................................................YANKTON, SD BIG SKY OPEN NEVADA ........................................................NOV 3-5...........................................................MESQUITE, NV NORTH AMERICAN FIELD ARCHERY CHAMP ...................... DEC 9-10 ....................................................... HOMESTEAD, FL

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WORLD ARCHERY FESTIVAL VEGAS SHOOT ........................FEB 9-11 ........................................................ LAS VEGAS, NV NFAA INDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ................MARCH 31-APRIL 1 ................................................ LOUISVILLE, KY WORLD ARCHERY FESTIVAL STANISLAWSKI OPEN ..........APRIL 21-22 ................................................... PITTSBURGH, PA NFAA OUTDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP....................JULY 23-27.................................................. DARRINGTON, WA Archery Magazine June/July 2006 39

SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS GREAT LAKES SECTION Bob McCutcheon, Councilman prairie1@royell.net

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

Registration: Tel: E-mail: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Campgrounds: Misc. Info:

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

Great Lakes Indoor Sectional Results February 25-26, 2006 - St. Joseph, MI Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds Rnd 1 Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 2 Total PL SHOOTER Score X’s Score X’s Score AFBHFS C SHEILA CHAMBERS 296 32 297 35 593 2 NAOMI WILLIAMS 288 20 289 24 577 3 JANE KESON 268 9 282 20 550 ANNETTE GOOD 291 20 252 10 543 AFBHFSL C KATHY BOHNSACK 289 21 269 13 558 AFFS C JENNY TROUT 300 48 298 40 598 2 PATRICIA GAUTHIER 298 45 299 44 597 3 LORA SMITH 299 38 297 42 596 RENEE POWELL 295 39 299 43 594 JOAN SCHULTES 298 41 294 40 592 SHARI STRUCK 296 24 294 32 590 JOAN DRAKE 280 21 288 29 568 AFFSL C MELISSA GIBBS 283 27 290 27 573 2 CINDY MOYER 234 6 228 6 462 AFFSLR/L C ERICA STRASSMAN 267 10 265 14 532 AMBB C GREG MISNER 270 18 277 17 547 AMBHFS Championship Flight C GRANT SCHLEUSNER 300 59 300 58 600 2 DAN REED 300 52 300 55 600

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Total X’s 67 44 29 30 34 88 89 80 82 81 56 50 54 12 24 35 117 107

3 SCOTT ERB RON ALLRED CHRIS. ROBINSON TOM FOREMAN ED LONG MATHEW HAMILTON Flight 2 1 BJ VAUGHN 2 STEVE BRYAN 3 WALLY ERICKSON DONALD WILSON JESSE JOHNSON WAYNE BENNETT JERI GOOD AMBHFSL C KEITH BOHNSACK 2 CHAD GOODRICH AMFS Championship Flight C TODD HOFFMAN 2 DAVID GAUSCHOW 3 KELVIN RANNEY ROSS MOUNTCASTLE TROY KOSER JON PETERS BRYAN LOVELY JASON WINTER JOE MARLEY MIKE GOODRICH PATRICK FLEMING JUSTIN BUPP JUSTIN JENSON KEN ROBIE JASON GNAGEY SCOTT KELLY MARTY SINGLETARY SCOTT McQUESTION DON FRANCE MICHAEL ANDERSON LES RAINS JOHN BACHERT THOMAS HERMAN DAVID HUNTZINGER CRAIG SAMS DEREK WEBB DOUGLAS KLETT RICHARD FRYE Flight 2 1 CHRISTOPHER SAGERT 2 NICHOLAS HESTER 3 WILLIAM MOHN TOM DRAKE VINCE SCHULTES CARL STRUCK MITCH MULL LARRY STANTON JAMES METZNER BILL PEEK JON POWELL DAVID JONES JERRY HOPPE STEVEN CARLSON KEITH TROUT TODD TENBRINK Flight 3 1 TONY FOUST 2 DAVE ROSE

300 300 300 299 299 299

49 49 55 46 43 43

300 300 299 299 299 299

52 52 108 49 40 36

600 600 599 598 598 598

101 101 163 95 83 79

298 295 294 291 294 296 272

33 45 43 25 23 40 19

300 300 299 295 291 286 288

36 50 45 26 29 32 28

598 595 593 586 585 582 560

69 95 88 51 52 72 47

284 264

18 16

288 260

29 8

572 524

47 24

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

58 57 57 58 56 58 56 54 53 53 56 49 55 50 57 54 53 49 47 50 54 52 53 47 50 48 52 45

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 293

58 58 58 56 56 53 55 55 56 56 51 58 50 55 47 49 50 54 55 49 55 50 48 52 47 48 43 44

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599 599 599 593

116 115 115 114 112 111 111 109 109 109 107 107 105 105 104 103 103 103 102 99 109 102 101 99 97 96 95 89

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

38 53 47 44 51 39 45 39 39 44 51 38 45 47 39 48

300 299 300 300 299 299 299 299 297 295 298 295 294 294 289

44 53 47 48 48 48 40 43 39 45 44 48 40 45 25

599 598 598 598 597 597 596 596 596 594 593 591 590 589 586 299

82 106 94 92 99 87 85 82 78 89 95 86 85 92 64 48

289 291

36 27

295 292

37 32

584 583

73 59

3 ROBERT DORSAM JOEL SYTSMA WARREN LEVIN RUSSELL McLAIN DONALD GREEN DARREN JAARDA AMFSL C DENNIS ORLOWSKI 2 BEN RANCE 3 DAVID VERSCHELDEN AMFSLR/L C DAVID PETTY CMFS C PATRICK STANTON 2 ALEX WIFLER 3 BRAD CARLSON DUSTIN BERANEK CMFSL C DAKOTA ALBERTSON CFFS C HUNTER JACKSON 2 KAYLYN HILL CMFSL C CORY SOBRALSKI MSMBB C BILL JONES MSMFS C RAY JONES 2 KARL NELSON 3 RICHARD LINDEMAN LARRY WOUGHTER MSMFSL C RON MOSCHETZ 2 ROBERT BITNER PFFSL C LORI DRAEVING 2 JUDITH McCUTCHEON PFFS C TINA HUNTZINGER 2 SALLY ROBIE PMFS C DAVID ROTH 2 JAMIE RUS 3 LEE GIBBS CARL WENK SHANE BUSCHLEN ROBERT WOLFRAM SCOTT STARNES BRUCE WILLIAMS JEFF HEEG JEFF BUTTON ARLYN RITSEMA CHRIS GLASS BRUCE TRIMBLE TIMOTHY LOYNES RICK HOTCHKISS PMFSL C DUSTIN LANDSINGER SPMFSL C LARRY SMITH SFFS C CAROL BITTNER 2 ANN BARNUM SMBB C JIM MISNER SMBHFS C TERRY SMITH 2 RON GLESS SMFS Championship Flight C JEFFERY HUNT 2 GARY SANDERS 3 DOUG GRADE ROCKY KLINE LARRY MARTIN WALTER MOYER JIM KRUMEL OLE ALBERTSON JOHN SMITH Flight 2 1 CHARLES STARNES 2 BOB HOLLANDER 3 JAMES BROOWER DANIEL KIRTS HAROLD HALFMANN ROGER JEWSON GAROLD BARNUM ROBERT SCHOBER

288 293 280 281 272 300

24 29 26 24 19 54

294 274 282 279 280

33 37 26 18 27

582 567 562 560 552 300

57 66 52 42 46 54

291 279 254

29 21 10

291 280 253

28 19 10

582 559 507

57 40 20

230

4

226

3

456

7

294 294 270 256

31 35 22 9

298 295 272 246

28 31 11 11

592 589 542 502

59 66 33 20

254

11

239

9

493

20

297 224

43 7

297 210

34 3

594 434

77 10

142

5

241

6

383

11

258

13

260

12

518

25

300 297 296 294

47 43 39 38

300 300 297 293

51 44 38 29

600 597 593 587

98 87 77 67

294 289

25 21

292 282

18 19

586 571

43 40

280 264

14 12

276 263

23 12

556 527

37 24

300 300

52 51

300 300

55 56

600 600

107 107

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299

58 58 60 59 58 58 56 58 54 54 53 53 54 50 45

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

60 60 58 58 59 58 60 52 56 54 55 53 48 55 49

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599

118 118 118 117 117 116 116 110 110 108 108 106 102 105 94

299

45

299

47

598

92

292

22

295

31

587

53

294 296

30 33

297 295

35 28

591 591

65 61

250

8

243

7

493

15

299 300

37 46

298 292

40 45

597 592

77 91

300 300 300 300 299 300 300 299 299

59 54 52 49 52 55 52 44 47

300 300 300 300 300 299 299 300 298

59 55 56 43 55 43 46 47 43

600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 597

118 109 108 92 107 98 98 91 90

298 298 295 297 297 288 280 282

39 32 41 34 39 31 25 25

299 297 298 296 294 297 289 285

40 31 50 34 40 43 34 24

597 595 593 593 591 585 569 567

79 63 91 68 79 74 59 49

DAVID OVERHISER VERN KESON SMBHFSL C JEFF WYLER 2 RON EDWARDS SPMFS C STEVE BOYLAN 2 BOB WEBB 3 MIKE STRASSMAN LARRY DURHAM YAFFS C MICHELLE MILLER 2 RACHEL REED YAMFS C LARRY TERHAAR 2 CLINTON TEEGARDEN 3 CHARLIE WARD YFFS C BRIANNA HUBER 2 CAITLIN LEMERE YMFS C COTY BERANEK 2 DERRICK ALLRED 3 ZACK HILL JOEY SAIZ CALEB STANTON JOSHUA McQUEEN TIM ANDREWS YMFSLR/L C BEN NABOZNY

263 290

19 37

295

30

558 290

49 37

299 281

45 22

298 283

36 20

597 564

81 42

300 300 300 300

54 56 54 47

300 300 300 299

59 53 53 46

600 600 600 599

113 109 107 93

298 273

39 15

295 262

37 5

593 535

76 20

300 291 273

51 30 16

300 299 282

51 40 16

600 590 555

102 70 32

286 285

26 24

289 269

26 9

575 554

52 33

300 300 292 289 281 284 167

48 46 39 28 14 22 4

298 294 298 291 260

51 42 47 29 14

598 594 590 580 541 284 167

99 88 86 57 28 22 4

237

7

239

5

476

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ILLINOIS Judy McCutcheon, Director jlynnmac@royell.net

The membership of Blackhawk Field Archers in Illinois hosted the third Great Lakes 3-D Sectional tournament on April 8-9, 2006. Many thanks go out to them for providing a quality tournament. Although temperatures were chilly (32 degrees) on Saturday morning, both days ended up rather mild. The club members did a magnificent job on the three courses along with having a great kitchen staff. As in the past, NFAA member participation was light, but several new members were signed up from the 29 guests, and more were exposed to the NFAA organization. Great Lakes 3-D Sectional Results April 8-9, 2006, Rockton, IL Blackhawk Field Archers 20 Marked and 20 Unmarked Animals PL SHOOTER ST SCORE AMFS C Ashton, Dean IL 429 2 Considine, Damian IL 424 3 Hickman, Steve IL 417 Rau, Timothy IL 416 Topham, Lonnie IL 393 Dehart, Steve IL 390 Niemec, Keith WI 381 Knorr, Rick IL 358 Betke, Brad IL 350 PMFS C Zimmerman, Tim IL 440 Button, Jeff WI 398 McCutcheon, Bob IL 331 AMTrad C Dorney, Jim IL 56 YAMFS C Lind, Matt WI 327

MID-ATLANTIC SECTION Mike LePera, Councilman brtesite@optonline.net

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

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Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Tel: E-mail: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Campgrounds: Misc. Info:

Other Contacts:

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

Mid-Atlantic Indoor Sectional Results March 3-5, 2006 - Multiple Sites Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds PL SHOOTER PMFS C Darryll Dichl 2 Roger Willitt 3 Joe Kapp Steven Stark Larry Weed SPMFS C Tom Coblentz 2 Ron West AMFS Championship Flight C Dave Gilbert 2 Chris Johnson 3 Darrin McCutcheon John Bach Cory Carpenter Jay Bradway Bobby Kenley Kay Kimmick Ken Raymond Brian Tate Jason Hetzel Robert Wertz Joey Guernsey Flight 2 1 T.L. Williams 2 Kevin Newkirk 3 John Bordonaro Tony Alexander Jim Gatto George Wonder Dave Simone Greg Walker Pat Sinal Robert Avery Chuck Cooley Elmer Glick James Gagnon Flight 3 1 Steve Scott 2 Todd McCullough 3 William Haymaker Scott Kearney

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Rnd1 Scr

Rnd1Rnd2 Rnd2 X’s Scr X’s

Ttl Scr

Ttl X’s

VA VA PA VA NY

300 300 300 300 300

60 59 57 58 53

300 300 300 300 300

59 60 57 53 58

600 600 600 600 600

119 119 114 111 111

MD MD

300 300

58 52

300 300

58 58

600 600

116 110

PA MD MD NJ PA NJ VA NY NY VA VA PA NY

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

60 60 58 58 56 57 56 55 58 55 56 56 51

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

60 59 60 55 56 55 56 56 53 55 54 54 58

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600

120 119 118 113 112 112 112 111 111 110 110 110 109

PA NY NJ PA NJ PA NY PA PA NY NY PA NY

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 300 299

53 55 55 53 54 54 47 51 59 57 54 51 53

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 300 299 300

56 53 53 54 53 53 49 45 54 56 53 50 48

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599

109 108 108 107 107 107 96 96 113 113 107 101 101

NY PA PA PA

300 300 300 300

54 50 51 44

299 299 299 299

42 46 45 45

599 599 599 599

96 96 96 89

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Ed Bowen Tracy Neal Robert Vosnick John Patcher Mathew Faulkner Michael Pettrey Casey Parkell Glenn Morningstar Seth Arnold Flight 4 1 Rich Maykish 2 Erin O’Conner 3 Nick Mase III Gary Starnes Bill Weatherby Conrad Tryee III Brian Jacobson Daniel Zingale John Blaine Don Stark Mike Jordan Keith Miller Steven Gatto Flight 5 1 Justin Anderson 2 Joseph Cashwell 3 Tim Peirson Randy Hinkleman Ken Bagala Steve Milcoff John Jacobson Thomas Gallager Francis Seymer Joe Allen Richard Finnegan Trent Arledge Bill Lofton Terry Mayes John Wilson AMFSL C Mike Cole 2 Mike Vosburgh 3 Earl Cash Dave Blickenstaff Jeff Thomas Chris Mills James Burrell Jerry Gaylord Dave Hryn AMBB C Rick Stark 2 Dave Clem 3 Alan Paul Mike Stewart George Light, Jr. Jim Neborsky Doug Bradford Ron West, Jr. AMBH C Alan Paul 2 Ron Thompson AMBHFS Championship Flight C Jeff Human 2 Phil Mentzer 3 Justin Krichbaum Bob Morsdorf Shane Cassick Dan Allen Jerry Shuck Frank Jones Jr. Nathan Jarocka Rick Cardarelli Stacey Knighten Flight 2 1 Kent Stigall 2 Yasser Alejo 3 Karl Oltz Kenny Brown Nelson Mengel Bryan Zeller Christopher Moser Bruce Meekins Bob Weaver Robert Showers James DeGaetano Flight 3 1 David Eiger

MD NY VA PA VA MD NJ PA NY

299 299 299 299 299 299 298 299 298

40 47 49 45 49 42 41 42 35

300 299 299 299 299 299 300 299 300

41 50 46 48 40 46 47 43 47

599 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 598

81 97 95 93 89 88 88 85 82

NY NY NY VA NJ VA NJ NY NJ NY NY NJ NJ

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

39 49 45 43 40 40 38 37 49 45 33 37 48

299 298 300 298 298 298 299 296 299 296 294 295 294

43 47 48 48 44 41 41 38 53 37 39 33 44

598 597 597 596 596 596 596 595 594 594 594 594 593

82 96 93 91 84 81 79 75 102 82 72 70 92

MD VA NJ MD NJ PA NJ VA MD NJ PA MD MD NJ PA

295 296 295 285 297 293 290 287 289 285 269 299 295 284 199

35 31 35 49 29 39 30 29 28 32 13 51 46 22 31

297 295 293 300 285 288 288 288 281 282 253 DNF DNF DNF DNF

50 38 28 54 33 29 31 29 26 17 13 DNF DNF DNF DNF

592 591 588 585 582 581 578 575 570 567 522 299 295 284 199

85 69 63 103 62 68 61 58 54 49 26 51 46 22 31

NY MD VA MD NY MD MD MD NY

298 297 285 285 283 269 259 253 298

43 34 17 18 16 11 13 7 46

294 290 284 283 277 273 259 254 DNF

45 23 17 23 19 20 10 9 DNF

592 587 569 568 560 542 518 507 298

88 57 34 41 35 31 23 16 46

VA MD NY VA MD NJ VA MD

296 295 284 275 273 274 259 248

27 32 27 11 19 12 9 5

293 293 288 275 270 263 254 257

32 29 19 17 10 14 10 9

589 588 572 550 543 537 507 505

59 61 46 28 29 26 19 14

NY MD

280 243

18 11

279 213

20 6

559 456

38 17

NY PA NY NY NY NY MD VA VA NY VA

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

60 56 55 53 50 53 47 48 49 41 58

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299

60 55 53 52 53 49 53 48 46 44 51

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599

120 111 108 105 103 102 100 96 95 85 109

VA NY NY MD MD NY NJ MD PA PA NJ

300 299 299 299 299 299 300 298 297 298 297

49 53 49 46 39 48 43 36 43 43 41

299 300 300 300 300 299 297 299 299 294 295

56 50 48 43 44 41 43 41 44 38 23

599 599 599 599 599 598 597 597 596 592 592

105 103 97 89 83 89 86 77 87 81 64

NJ

295

38

296

32

591

70

2 3

Steve Chlebowski Marty Jones Dave Spiller David Peckham Richard Catana Jim Cobb Jeffery Novashinski Mathew Burrough Justin Freeman AMBHFSL C Chris Joly 2 Myron Swarts 3 Thomas Lang Dave Smalley Don Brongo Jim Little AMTRAD C Carl Lattimer 2 Paul Vogel 3 Paul Blakelock Dan Loper Mike Brown Mike Orlic Elijah Scull, Jr Michael Cawelti AMFSLR/L C Jeff Hough 2 Alex Dodin SMFS Championship Flight C Bob Robustelli 2 Neil Newkirk 3 Sonny Foote Gene Helmick Raymond Caba Ron Fulmer Joe Jarocka Bruce Smith Flight 2 C Frank Couse, Sr. 2 Patrick Gallagher Sr 3 Lew Barbera Mike McKenna Lou Havel Peter Harm John Ketchur Pete Buccellato SMFSL C Barry Reedy 2 Pierre Berthelon 3 Jim Greager SMBB C Bill Vrabel SMBH C Wayne Radley 2 Sal Mistretta SMBHFS C Douglas Joyce 2 Jerry Powers 3 Vernon Vandevender Steve Oldham Mike Collins Ray May Charles Bobrowski Frank Kozielec Gus Brown Charles Martens SMBHFSL C Bill Bigelow 2 Dave Reiss SMFSLR/L C Robert Powers 2 Richard Paschke SMTRAD C John Czekala MSMFS Championship Flight C Larry Hix 2 Jim Goins 3 Stan Lenhart Darrel Gehman Jim French Bobby Norris, Sr Carl Haines John Parisella Oates Avery Flight 2 1 Mike McKenna

NJ NY NY NY NJ NY NJ VA VA

293 289 289 291 285 285 281 299

28 31 35 23 20 27 21 52

295 298 295 292 286 285 286 DNF

34 31 32 30 26 27 23 DNF

588 587 584 583 571 570 567 299

62 62 67 53 46 54 44 52

NY NY NJ NY NY VA

289 291 286 286 283 283

27 30 25 31 15 18

293 288 289 287 284 279

27 35 28 26 24 16

582 579 575 573 567 562

54 65 43 57 39 34

VA WV NY NJ VA NJ NJ VA

280 281 271 257 249 233 231 213

20 14 15 10 8 9 5 5

280 275 261 254 253 241 226 198

18 19 14 12 12 9 4 5

560 556 532 511 502 474 457 411

38 36 29 22 20 18 9 10

NY MD

278 233

18 7

284 227

22 9

562 456

40 16

NY NY NJ MD NJ NY VA PA

300 300 300 299 299 299 300 296

54 56 50 45 43 33 55 40

300 300 299 299 298 298 296 297

58 53 52 50 38 41 43 37

600 600 599 598 597 597 596 593

112 109 102 95 81 74 98 77

NY NJ NY NY NY NJ PA NY

297 292 295 294 293 293 280 156

33 36 26 27 39 33 25 9

296 298 294 294 294 287 271 266

28 41 34 37 31 21 12 11

593 590 589 588 587 580 551 422

61 77 60 64 70 54 37 20

NY NJ PA

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34 38 21

294 284 272

31 24 17

589 583 550

65 62 38

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259

6

249

10

508

16

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214 185

5 1

210 201

2 5

424 386

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300 299 300 300 299 300 287 284 278 258

52 49 50 42 47 47 30 21 22 8

300 300 299 299 299 293 297 292 259 DNF

46 52 49 40 49 48 28 23 21 DNF

600 599 599 599 598 593 584 576 537

98 101 99 82 96 95 58 44 43

NY NJ

284 271

21 12

292 276

23 15

576 547

44 27

NY MD

285 255

17 11

279 242

19 7

564 497

36 18

VA

215

3

195

3

410

6

MD MD PA PA VA VA NJ NY NY

300 300 300 300 298 297 293 294 297

57 49 35 49 38 41 33 33 35

300 300 299 298 298 297 300 297 293

54 48 42 48 35 39 40 28 33

600 600 599 598 596 594 593 591 590

111 97 77 97 73 80 73 61 68

NY

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27

294

37

588

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Ernie Medina W. W. Hurley Stan Parminter Horace Eckman Wm. Masters Dave Tarry Warren A. Magee Robin DeVono MSMFSL C Larry Worrill 2 Jerry Wenzel 3 Alfred Towler Larry Mowat Victor Mathews MSMBB C George Light, Sr. 2 Pete Thompson YAMFS C Tyler Alexander 2 Blake Loper 3 David Colbart Colin Maykish John Peters, Jr. Donald Denight Colton Bedninski Nick Alfano Sean McNelly Alex King Mathew Norris Kevin Bradford YAMFSL C Tim Boll YMFS C Frank Couse III 2 Nick Jordan 3 Noah Overman Joe Johnston Rusty Card Felix Miller Brendon Dunham Corey Robinson YMFSL C John Spritzer 2 Benjamin Pochilly YMBB C Justus Leimbach YMFSLR/L C Ben Nguyen CMFS C Andrew Barnhart 2 Hunter Gutwein 3 Ryan Tingley Hunter Bokash Lucas Kenley Ryan Leslie Tyler Maykish Robert McElligott Mathew Turney CMFSL C Austin Leimbach 2 Jonathan Ripic CMBB C Jacob Leimbach AFFS C Lisa Fennell 2 Sue Weinstein 3 Stephanie Gallagher Diana Simone Diane Gallagher Bernadette Petruski Colleen Hayes Julia Mentzer Jennifer Heppner Peg Callaghan Heidi Snyder AFSL C Sue Blickenstaff ABHFS C Jennifer Byrne 2 Heather Hoosick 3 Stacey Pruitt Colleen McGowan Cheryl Sugrue Frances Nocera AFBHFSL C Vicki Leimbach SFFS C Debbra Oltz

NJ PA VA NJ DE NJ NJ PA

291 290 289 290 286 272 281 293

35 27 21 32 26 27 17 34

296 290 291 285 287 295 279 DNF

38 26 27 30 31 40 27 DNF

587 580 580 575 573 567 560 293

73 53 48 62 57 67 44 34

MD VA PA MD VA

291 272 262 263 235

30 14 9 13 5

296 272 271 260 245

27 14 15 11 10

587 544 533 523 480

57 28 24 24 15

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246 231

6 7

252 250

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12 15

PA NJ VA NY NJ NJ VA NY NJ VA VA VA

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51 47 36 55 29 36 25 31 18 11 31

300 300 297 294 295 287 288 281 282 228 206 214

53 53 38 55 29 24 33 21 22 26 5

600 600 595 594 591 581 569 568 556 487 440 341

104 100 74 110 58 60 58 52 40 11 57 5

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17

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25

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300 298 297 281 257 242 229 237

52 43 35 19 13 7 3 3

300 299 298 275 252 251 213 DNF

47 47 39 11 12 10 2 DNF

600 597 595 556 509 493 442 237

99 90 74 30 25 17 5 3

NY NY

263 177

7 1

259 185

6

522 362

13 1

MD

266

17

267

10

533

27

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369

3

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300 296 296 294 289 290 287 246 239

54 30 37 31 28 20 32 12 5

300 297 296 291 294 285 280 258 232

51 31 34 32 21 23 18 13 9

600 593 592 585 583 575 567 504 471

105 61 71 63 49 43 50 25 14

MD NY

292 284

15 23

294 298

28 33

586 582

43 56

MD

291

29

298

35

589

64

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300 300 300 299 300 297 298 296 294 284 300

48 49 49 35 50 39 33 36 35 29 44

300 300 299 299 297 299 298 297 296 570 DNF

53 46 51 44 46 49 37 31 40 20 DNF

600 600 599 598 597 596 596 593 590 554 300

101 95 100 79 96 88 70 67 75 49 44

MD

274

20

285

25

559

45

NY NY VA MD NY NY

300 296 299 296 295 272

44 36 45 36 34 20

300 300 296 299 296 279

50 34 36 43 37 15

600 596 595 595 591 551

94 70 81 79 71 35

MD

274

17

264

12

538

29

NY

299

38

298

33

597

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2 Beth McKenna 3 Mary Wenzel SFBHFS C Vicki Clem MSFFS C Winnie Paris 2 Julia Eckman MSFSL C Cathy Jones 2 Claire Butler YAFS C Samantha Neal 2 Lindsey Lavenhar 3 Shawna Hayes YAFSL C Katie Hogan YFFS C Jeri Shuck 2 Tylynn Pettrey 3 Courtney Tingley Donyelle Haymaker Alyssa Maykish Angelina Freese YFSL C Kristan Spritzer 2 Jamie Card YFSLR/L C Sara Lavenhar CFFS C Caitlin Hayes 2 Katie Williams 3 Kiera Cooley Desiree Vandermark CFSL C Amy Hogan 2 Meredith Pochilly 3 Holly Murphy Jessica Cash

NY VA

297 278

38 21

297 285

35 20

594 563

73 41

MD

299

39

297

38

596

77

MD NJ

281 253

18 8

276 261

17 11

557 514

35 19

NY NJ

278 152

16 1

284 156

14 2

562 308

30 3

NY VA NJ

300 296 289

45 35 31

300 300 296

51 41 40

600 596 585

96 76 71

NY

266

17

252

9

518

26

MD MD PA PA NY NJ

298 280 278 253 245 221

38 14 13 7 5 3

299 283 271 253 248 169

48 22 21 5 8 2

597 563 549 506 493 390

86 36 34 12 13 5

NY NY

262 252

5 11

254 240

11 6

516 492

16 17

VA

233

4

240

12

473

16

NJ NY NY NY

281 239 227 189

18 6 5

288 250 245 183

22 7 5 1

569 489 472 372

40 13 10 1

NY NY NY VA

290 273 266 258

34 13 12 11

293 281 264 259

29 23 16 11

583 554 530 512

63 36 28 22

MIDWESTERN SECTION Ray Jones, Councilman intrudersx2@msn.com

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

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

Waverly Archers, Inc. 1801 18th Avenue, Waverly, IA Turn east off Business US 218 at 29th Ave. Go one mile to 11th St SE. Turn north (left) and continue to 18th Ave (about 0.5 mile). Turn right on 18th Ave. Range is located at the end of 18th Ave. Rose Hess, 307 W Bremen Ave, Waverly, IA 50677-3144. Tel: 319-352-4176. e-Mail: drhess@msn.com. June 20, 2006 At Waverly range. Saturday, 28 Field, and Sunday, 14 Hunter and 14 Animal. Super 8, 319-352-0888 Red Fox Inn, 800-397-5330 Amerihost Inn, 319-352-0399 Stay Motel, 319-352-4434 Modern Camping, Cedar Ben Park, Waverly (6 miles) Black Hawk Park, Cedar Falls, IA (15 miles)

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

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

Lunenburg Sportsman Club Reservoir Rd, Lunenburg, MA From SR 2 in Massachusetts, take Exit 35 to SR

44 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

Registration:

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

70 heading north (Lunenburg Rd). Then turn right onto Leominster-Shirley Rd, then left onto Reservoir Rd. Follow Reservoir Rd to club on left. Lori LePage, 5 Sunrise Dr, Bradford, MA 01835. Tel: 978-372-8459 Make checks payable to NESFAA, and please include your phone number. None None Saturday: 28 Field and 14 Animal by assigned course. Start from 8:00 am until noon. Shoot all 28 Field, then shoot 14 Animal beginning on target #1 of same course and with same group. Animal targets are to go up at 2:00 pm. Sunday: Pick up scorecards at 8:00 am, general assembly at 8:30am, and then shoot 28 Hunter by assigned target with shotgun start at 9:00 am. Awards at 4:00 pm. Super 8 Motel, 482 N Main, Leominster, MA, 978 537-2800 Sheraton Four Points, 99 Erdman, Leominster, MA, 978-534-9000 Best Western, 150 Royal Plaza Dr, Fitchburg, MA, 978-342-7100 Camping available at club.

New England Indoor Sectional Results March 31 - April 2, 2006 Lunenburg Sportsman Club, Lunenburg, MA Single NFAA Indoor 300 Round PL SHOOTER AMFS Championship Flight C MIKE PESTILLI 2 TODD MANUEL 3 JOHN BERTEAU MIKE LAMAR BRIAN VISCO CASEY GALLAGHER MATT NICELY MATT BURKE JON WALTON JADE SMITH WILLIAM SIMAS VIRGILIO GONZALES DAN RAYMOND Flight 2 1 MICHAEL HULME 2 WILLIAM LARAMIE 3 FRANK MARHEFKA WILLIAM PAYTON DAVID FERRIE DAVID TERVO JR JIM LECLAIR ANDRE MERCIER DEAN STILLINGS JASON GAUTHIER KENNETH HATT FRITZ SENFTELBER AMFSL C GREGORY DEROSIER 2 PAUL LEWKOWICZ 3 REX PARENT TODD PETERS MARK CURTIN KEN MOORE CHARLES HARRIS AMBB C MIKE WRIGHT AMBHFS C CHRIS MIZNER 2 RANDY CYR 3 ROBERT MITCHELL JIM CARROLL CHRIS SOUSA BRUCE MULNEIX JEFFREY NISSENBAUM BEN STOCHMAL AMBHFSL C DENNIS HUBBARD 2 RICK KANGAS 3 KEN SARVIA

ST

TOTAL SCORE

TOTAL X’s

CT MA VT CT MA CT ME NH NH MA RI CT VT

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 299

58 58 57 55 54 54 53 53 52 48 54 53 49

MA MA MA MA MA MA VT MA MA MA NH VT

299 298 298 298 296 296 295 293 291 290 282 255

48 52 37 34 36 23 28 36 29 30 23 12

CT MA NH MA CT RI MA

292 291 285 284 275 272 243

33 28 18 21 12 17 11

NH

245

9

ME ME CT RI MA RI MA CT

300 299 297 297 296 292 287 284

57 46 41 39 33 28 16 24

MA ME RI

271 265 255

12 13 9

AMTrad C ILYA BUYNEVICH AMFSLR/L C JASON KENNEDY 2 MATT HOPKINS 3 DAVID LEGROS LARRY CABANA AFFS C SHARON GLIPEAU 2 CHRIS RAYMOND 3 KELLY LEACH KIM BERTEAU LISSETTE RIVERA-DODGE KRYSTLE MANUEL KATHY AINSWORTH DANA CYR MAUREEN HUBBARD TABITHA HALLIDAY AFFSL C BARBARA McCALL AFBHFS C CHRISTINE MULNEIX 2 BOBBI FOSTER 3 NICOLE MOKIEWICZ AFFSLR/L C CARALYN BACKMAN YAMFS C JOHN FLEURY 2 PHIL ARCHAMBAULT 3 JESSE LIBERTY DAVE EDMUNDS KEVIN BAKER JEREMY CHAPMAN ANDREW MIZNER MATTHEW KING BRANDON REYNOLDS YAMFSLR/L C STEPHEN PROCTOR 2 ADAM BEAUVAIS 3 JOHN HEATON III EVAN BURNETT JORDAN GROSS YAFFS C KENDALL NICELY 2 EMMA GOSSELIN 3 AMANDA FERRIE ALYSS GREENE TEIA BENOIT YAFFSLR/L C EMILY PUTNAM 2 KIM KNEELAND 3 SARAH BRADLEY JEN GABRIEL YMFS C LEVI CYR 2 TYLER HALLIDAY 3 STEVEN GABRIEL DAKOTA HALLIDAY YMBB C BEN DEYO 2 PETER ADAMS YMFSLR/L C NATE SEVIER 2 BENJAMIN LACHMAN 3 SAM GLADSTONE CONOR BUTLER YFFS C SAMANTHA DODGE 2 ASHLEY BAKER 3 SARAH LAFORCE BRIANA HUNT YFFSLR/L C EMILY BLAKE 2 HALEY LARAMIE CMFS C TIMOTHY RIDEOUT 2 EVAN PARDEE 3 DEVEN MERCIER OWEN MASKELL MASON YANDOW NICK PARKS KYLE LOUKO JACOB BABCOCK CMFSLR/L C CAMERON HULME 2 JAKE ERMOLOVICH 3 ERIK EISENHOWER KYLE BLAKE

MA

97

MA RI MA MA

281 274 259 256

16 19 10 12

RI VT MA VT MA MA NH ME MA ME

299 297 295 295 293 292 289 287 284 272

44 38 38 36 36 27 29 33 20 11

MA

266

12

RI ME CT

284 271 261

12 4 11

MA

270

14

VT MA ME MA VT VT ME VT NH

300 300 297 297 297 292 290 289 270

50 32 45 42 37 31 36 28 18

MA MA MA MA VT

273 261 252 233 221

33 13 9 3 4

ME MA MA VT VT

300 298 297 295 277

49 35 36 32 17

VT MA MA VT

267 264 257 216

10 9 6 5

ME ME VT ME

300 285 276 211

52 16 19 6

NH MA

231 217

7

MA VT MA MA

277 249 225 172

12 7 8

MA ME VT MA

299 296 275 273

42 34 14 14

VT MA

267 135

12 1

VT VT MA VT VT VT VT VT

293 285 283 276 272 269 243 207

28 28 24 22 18 11 8 4

MA VT VT VT

287 264 252 221

27 10 8 3

JACK EISENHOWER CFFS C GABRELLE CYR 2 TAYLOR REYNOLDS CFFSLR/L C MARIAH VISCO 2 NORAH SENFTELBER 3 CAROLYN HARNOIS JOANNE HARNOIS SMFS C ROBERT LINCOLN 2 BOB CZUPRYNA 3 NICK DEANGELO DAN WHITEHOUSE TOM CLIFFORD DAVID MARTIN KEN VIVENZIO HARRY SWOYER ELLIOT THOMPSON MICHAEL ODDY SMFSL C J. GOVAN BAIRD SMBHFS C DUKE WILLARD 2 FRED LUONGO 3 AL BONNEY PAUL NORMANDIN SMBHFSL C RICHARD BIERMAN SMTrad C FRANK KOCIAN 2 MIKE MARTIN SMFSLR/L C ED WOODCOME 2 PATRICK PETTENGILL 3 GABE LAMANNA CEDRIC LEBLANC PAUL LOCKE SFFS C JANET HOOPER 2 BONNIE ODDY MSMFS C BOB MACILVANE 2 ALBERT PANZETTI 3 JACK TRIPP DONALD STUART DONALD LEVESQUE MSMFSL C ALVIE CARPENTER 2 GEORGE WILLIAMS MSMBB C JIM JULIUS

VT

186

3

ME VT

276 257

17 8

MA VT VT VT

252 222 198 132

7 4 4

MA MA MA VT NH RI NH VT RI VT

299 299 299 298 296 294 291 284 273 273

49 42 35 46 25 38 30 26 19 13

MA

271

16

MA CT MA MA

288 282 282 214

25 28 16 5

RI

280

28

CT MA

208 181

3

MA MA MA MA RI

276 271 266 262 253

14 13 8 8 10

MA VT

290 290

30 21

NH MA NH MA RI

299 298 285 282 269

48 43 19 19 14

MA MA

223 222

8 3

MA

205

4

NORTHWESTERN SECTION Bill Tiddy, Councilman tiddyw@aol.com

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

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Misc. Info:

Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene 91714 Poodle Creek Rd, Noti, OR From the north: I-5 southbound to Exit 216 (Halsey-Sweet Home Hwy), right on SR 228, then left on SR 99E, then right on SR 36, and left on Poodle Creed Rd for 500 feet to range on right side. From the south: I-5 northbound to Exit 195B, then west on Belt Line Rd, then onto SR 99 past airport, then left on SR 36, and left on Poodle Creek Rd, as above. Bob Cockrum, 2641 Stra, Eugene OR 97404. Tel: 541-461-0224 June 7, 2006 At the range Saturday and Sunday, assembly at 8:30 am, at target 9:00 am. Shilo Inn, 541-747-0332 Holiday Inn Express, 541-746-8471 Quality Inn, 541-726-9266 Comfort Suites, 541-746-5359 Dry camping at range on first come, first served basis.

Archery Magazine June/July 2006 45

WASHINGTON Linda Parker, WSSA President wsaa@olynet.com

2 3

WSAA Indoor Blueface Mail-in Washington archers recently completed the WSAA Indoor Blueface Mail-in Tournament. This event is usually a good recruiting tool, and a boost to our treasury, and this year is no exception. Total participation exceeded 160 shooters, representing all age groups from Cub to Master Senior, and all equipment styles. Numerous shooters achieved perfect rounds of 300 points. Exceptionally, Adult Male Freestyle archers Ray Bunney, Ryan Magelsen, and Bill Young, plus Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle shooter Chad Berry, turned in a perfect series of 1800 points for the six rounds. Several others were just a point or two off that mark. In the mail-in format, archers shoot at their home club or a nearby shop range, and mail their scores to the Tournament Vice President for tabulation In addition to individual competition, Clubs or Shops can form a team of three to six archers to represent them. The three high highest scores for each week are totaled to determine the team score. Teams compete as Freestyle Limited (any finger shooting styles), Freestyle (any sight and release) or Bowhunter Freestyle (fixed pins and release). Notably, the second place FSL team was the New Horizon School team shooting Olympic Style recurves. Now we turn our attention to outdoor rounds, with the State Target Championship in late April, the Safari in May, Field in June, 3-D in July, and FITA in August. Lots of fun on the range, and opportunities for every archer to challenge themselves to a new experience! Northwestern Indoor Sectional Results March 10-12, 2006 - Multiple Sites Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds Rnd1 Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd2 Ttl PL SHOOTER ST Scr X’s Scr X’s Scr SPMFS C Ken Denning MT 300 57 299 57 599 PMFS C Reo Wilde ID 300 60 300 60 600 C Josh Schaff MT 300 60 300 60 600 2 Forest Carter ID 300 59 300 60 600 3 Logan Wilde ID 300 58 300 59 600 Lee Ford WY 300 58 300 58 600 Joel McNeese MT 300 57 300 58 600 Justin Nielsen ID 300 54 300 57 600 Pat Dorigatti WY 300 56 300 50 600 T. J. Smith MT 290 50 298 51 588 PFFS C Carol Williamson ID 299 50 300 55 599 MSMFS C Don Kudlacek WA 300 50 299 51 599 2 Cal Bennett WA 298 39 300 45 598 3 Le Roy Dukes OR 298 44 299 43 597 Keith Barner MT 283 31 296 32 579 Ray Robison MT 282 24 289 20 571 Ron Ramond OR 283 25 285 17 568 Les Smith AK 279 20 283 28 562 Leo Schaff MT 265 17 278 16 543 SMFS Championship Flight C Hubert Sims ID 300 52 300 51 600 2 Jim Thurlow OR 300 51 300 52 600 3 Ronald Bennett AK 300 55 299 53 599 David Perry AK 300 49 298 46 598 Larry Delaunay OR 300 40 298 41 598 Julian Nicholson ID 298 29 300 37 598 Dan Bennet ID 298 42 299 47 597 John Camren WA 300 39 297 48 597 Dick Cottrill MT 298 49 298 46 596 Howard Miula WA 299 45 297 42 596 John Collins MT 298 40 298 39 596 Roy Barton MT 298 38 297 36 595 Layton Kite ID 296 45 298 42 594 Karl Okita OR 298 45 295 40 593 Flight 2 1 Mike Skinner WA 298 36 292 40 590 2 Jed Sele OR 296 43 289 38 585 3 Mike Sowell OR 289 32 296 32 585 Russ Taylor WA 287 22 294 36 581 Barney Mowery ID 283 32 297 31 580 Jim Laurie MT 283 18 288 22 571 Greg Webster WA 299 47 299 SFFS C Ilene Carey ID 299 43 296 44 595 2 Susan Hayes ID 287 27 271 20 558 3 Jeanne Beebe ID 263 11 261 10 524 AMFS Championship Flight C Paul Tedford MT 300 60 300 59 600 46 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

Ttl X’s 114 120 120 119 117 116 115 111 106 101 105 101 84 87 63 44 42 48 33 103 103 108 95 81 66 89 87 95 87 79 74 87 85 76 81 64 58 63 40 47 87 47 21 119

Andrew Wilson Rob Morgan Ryan Pimentel Tony Harbaugh Ron Barndt Mark Eaves Dan Perry Darren Delozier Nick Annen Jason Robison Doug Tate Tim Malone Pat Key Dean Moloney Flight 2 1 Robert Kite 2 Phil Forbord 2 Jim Merrill 3 Matt Ramsted Scott Freed Wayne Stiles Tom Wortham Blake Anderson Duane Burgess Mike Schaff Tim Schmiege Mel Bowman Rick Mabee Mike Early Kirt Daken Flight 3 1 John Notgrass 2 Harold Nease 3 Derek Mueller Jim Moss Jesse Garza Tom Hopkins Kevin Sheenan Dan Pellicer Norm Tillman Andrew Ludwig Kennith Deitz Garry Thoms Scott Roadarmel Randall Wilson Joseph Carson Flight 4 1 Randy Burington 2 Dan Conradt 3 Cory Honstein Joseph Templeton Lance warnick Dan Rennglls Doug Rosen Larry Hayes Bob Steele Paul Zahn Dan Peterson Jim Alexander John M. Gumbetter AFFS C Tiffany Reeves 2 Glenda Merrill 3 Amy Reeves Crystal Parker Shauna Morgan Jill Crinklaw Jane Sommers Nancy Wortham Red Lady Jackie Earley Marva Sims SMBHFS C Dwight Coppock 2 Steve Morgan 3 Rich Newton Dave Mack Dennis Brieske Rod Miland David Brandt Ed Beebe Don Downer AMBHFS Championship Flight C Harry Bates 2 Ronnie Haines 3 Darek Hubner Ray Alexander Curt Reid

AK MT ID ID MT OR AK OR ID WA MT ID WY AK

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

58 60 57 58 58 57 54 52 53 54 55 56 55 51

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

60 57 59 58 58 57 58 59 57 56 54 52 53 55

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600

118 117 116 116 116 114 112 111 110 110 109 108 108 106

ID ID OR MT AK AK AK MT OR MT AK ID WA ID MT

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 299 300

54 53 53 51 52 53 44 50 46 48 52 52 49 50 52

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 300 300 300 299

51 52 52 53 51 50 53 40 44 41 56 52 51 49 47

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 599 599

105 105 105 104 103 103 97 90 90 89 108 104 100 99 99

WY AK MT OR WA ID MT WA WY WA AK AK AK AK AK

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

52 40 49 44 46 39 37 38 44 45 46 43 39 39 47

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

45 48 51 46 39 44 46 39 49 40 42 42 41 37 48

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

97 88 100 90 85 83 83 77 93 85 88 85 80 76 95

AK OR WY WY AK OR MT ID WY MT WA MT AK

298 296 300 297 296 297 292 296 295 291 285 277 258

41 37 43 41 38 38 33 37 26 22 22 14 9

297 299 294 297 297 295 299 294 293 296 290 290 272

44 36 37 38 46 40 35 35 27 30 27 25 19

595 595 594 594 593 592 591 590 588 587 575 567 530

85 73 80 79 84 78 68 72 53 52 49 39 28

MT OR MT WA MT AK WA AK WA ID AK

300 299 299 299 295 294 290 291 285 284 250

59 53 44 47 41 34 35 24 22 20 8

300 300 300 299 299 296 299 292 288 276 257

59 48 44 41 47 24 35 27 36 21 12

600 599 599 598 594 590 589 583 573 560 507

118 101 88 88 88 58 70 51 58 41 20

AK WA OR WA MT AK WA ID OR

300 300 300 297 295 281 294 291 276

48 44 52 35 47 22 24 25 14

300 300 299 296 294 293 279 278 286

50 53 44 42 26 27 23 30 24

600 600 599 593 589 574 573 569 562

98 97 96 77 73 49 47 55 38

AK WY AK WY WA

300 300 300 300 300

57 54 54 50 48

300 300 300 300 300

54 55 50 52 47

600 600 600 600 600

111 109 104 102 95

Bill Tiefenthaler Tim Davis Glenn Berry Chad Berry Cory Bengie Markus Doery Kam Chanthakhoun Jason Hartl David Daley James Manyhides Flight 2 1 Curt Olson 2 Bob Cheff 3 Mike Miller Geof Stephenson David walker Phil Sims John Van Winkle Steve Phillips Christopher Richards Jim Ziler Anthoney Thompson Travis Hallifax John Mueller Delane Schumacher Andrew Wotestoon Bob Bolton Daniel Aponaca AFBHFS C Ilona Snyder 2 Brenda Deyerele 3 Cyndi Kober Vicki Morgan Nicol Peterson Michelle Perry Pamila Roehl Tina Garrett SMBH C Lee Nordstrom AMBHFS C Benard Punzalan 2 Boyd Koehler MSMFSL C Jim Stanek 2 Bill Cypher 3 Larry Ramsey SFFSL C Jeanie Hall SMFSL C John Hendricks 2 Bill Heinelce 3 Don Morrison Galen Stimpson Mark Mansfield AMFSL C Dale Pauling 2 Kent Russell 3 Brandon Higley Steve Masteman Brad Killip Matt Turner SFFSL C Teko Phillips AFFSL C Jana Hedberg 2 Linda Parker SMBHFSL C Jim Hendricks AMBHFSL C Jeffrey Hanson 2 Charley Prill 3 Jerald Woodbury Ron Kasten SMBB C John Templar 2 Arlin Lockwood AMBB C Clint Palmer 2 Jeffrey L. Rentzel SFBB C Evelyn Templar SMTrad C Del Moore AMTrad C Evan Cook 2 Steve Rowlands 3 Jason Chambers Jeff Noble

MT WA WA WA MT AK OR OR WY MT

299 300 299 299 299 300 298 298 299 297

56 58 48 45 39 46 43 38 43 43

300 299 300 300 300 299 300 300 298 300

54 48 53 44 45 38 47 48 44 42

599 599 599 599 599 599 598 598 597 597

110 106 101 89 84 84 90 86 87 85

MT MT WA WY AK WA WY OR OR WY AK AK OR ID AK ID WA

298 298 295 298 296 294 297 294 290 291 299 293 291 294 268 249 297

47 35 34 32 28 30 35 29 39 29 44 28 23 38 17 13 42

298 297 299 296 297 297 293 295 296 295 286 291 290 286 287 264

46 39 41 34 37 35 37 34 42 28 35 30 19 39 23 12

596 595 594 594 593 591 590 589 586 586 585 584 581 580 555 513 297

93 74 75 66 65 65 72 63 81 57 79 58 42 77 40 25 42

WA MT MT WA ID WY AK AK

299 297 296 296 292 286 269 240

42 28 35 26 25 30 20 6

298 299 298 297 291 287 241 238

35 43 47 38 22 20 12 6

597 596 594 593 583 573 510 478

77 71 82 64 47 50 32 12

AK

267

11

263

14

530

25

AK 299 OR 291

43 36

298 296

40 37

597 587

83 73

WA 299 AK 274 WA 270

37 16 16

295 263 262

46 10 9

594 537 532

83 26 25

WA 271

15

276

16

547

31

OR WY WA ID ID

293 286 271 270 253

33 18 20 16 12

290 287 281 261

27 20 28 13

583 573 552 531 253

60 38 48 29 12

AK WA ID AK WA WA

300 299 294 274 276 276

49 45 24 20 22 21

300 293 292 284 280 296

51 32 31 18 18 30

600 592 586 558 556 572

100 77 55 38 40 51

WA 218

5

227

2

445

7

ID 292 WA 270

25 13

291 276

29 14

583 546

54 27

OR 278

20

296

29

574

49

AK WY OR AK

293 272 263 256

23 16 12 10

292 273 274 244

29 17 13 8

585 545 537 500

52 33 25 18

WA 272 ID 236

14 7

280 229

18 6

552 465

32 13

MT 249 AK 250

10 9

247 229

6 2

496 479

16 11

WA 217

2

208

2

425

4

OR 250

12

244

5

494

17

ID ID AK MT

12 3 4 2

244 228 230 191

8 9 5

490 447 446 387

20 12 9 2

246 219 216 196

AMFSLR/L C Timm Hines 2 Paul Williams 3 Thomas Jo Williams Elmer Degerlund Mark Schmidt YAMFS C Donald Rosin 2 Andrew Cole 3 Brandon Adolph Donald Forrester YAFFS C Brett Berry 2 Amanda Sisson 3 Amy Perkins YMFS C Kris Schaff 2 Quade Romsa 3 Chase Nicholson Tyler Wortham Tang Schmidt? Jeremy Schillereff Jacob Barrette Jonah Heyneman YFFS C Ashley Hartl 2 Sky Roehl 3 Albree Forrester Mikki Earley Randi Delorm Jamie Rosin YMFSL C Bryce Eckroth 2 Zachary Jackson YFFSLR/L C Shaelie McGrath YMFSLR/L C Josh Raby CMFS C Tommy Hopkins 2 Lane Romsa 3 Evan Rodgers Zachary Rickard David Schneider Damian Ackerman Christopher Barber CFFS C Chelsea B. Roehl 2 Joy Lessard-Lozier 3 Mickinze Barrette CMFSL C Robin Hallett CFBB C Emily Ekroth 2 Jannelle Hughes 3 Carolyn Collins Ashley Barrette

WA MT AK AK WA

291 283 276 270 240

36 23 17 17 11

296 287 289 277 224

33 20 24 19 1

587 570 565 547 464

69 43 41 36 12

MT WA MT AK

300 299 274 227

45 40 14 4

300 294 294 238

50 39 30 7

600 593 568 465

95 79 44 11

WA 296 OR 296 WY 285

37 33 23

300 298 288

35 46 22

596 594 573

72 79 45

MT WY ID AK WA OR AK ID

300 298 298 292 233 272 249 230

56 39 40 29 17 14 5 2

300 300 300 293 276 275 258 243

54 55 37 27 25 13 6 10

600 598 598 585 509 547 507 473

110 94 77 56 42 27 11 12

OR AK AK ID WY MT

283 233 202 204 215 180

26 2 5 6 3 2

273 228 232 218 201 225

16 7 7 5 2 6

556 461 434 422 416 405

42 9 12 11 5 8

AK AK

246 258

3 7

254 233

11 3

500 491

14 10

WA 225

7

199

424

7

WA 264

13

264

8

528

21

ID WY ID WY AK AK AK

300 300 292 285 282 272 276

58 54 28 15 14 13 7

300 300 294 290 279 281 257

57 53 29 21 21 15 8

600 600 586 575 561 553 533

115 107 57 36 35 28 15

AK AK AK

283 276 138

18 15

283 282 104

22 17

566 558 242

40 32

MT 288

29

284

26

572

55

AK AK AK AK

1 5 2

233 224 155 29

7 7 1 1

450 437 293 72

8 12 3 1

217 213 138 43

SOUTHEASTERN SECTION Tim Austin, Councilman flarchery@earthlink.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 SOUTHEASTERN 3-D SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

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

Archery Magazine June/July 2006 47

Misc. Info:

Camp Tipton is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, and is close to the National Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Knoxville. Southeastern Indoor Sectional Results March 11-12, 2006 - Tri-State Archers Tallahassee, Florida Rnd 1 Ttl ST Scr

Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 2

Ttl

PL SHOOTER X’s Scr X’s Scr X’s CUB MALE BAREBOW C Alex Bouzas FL 118 2 114 3 232 5 CUB FEMALE BAREBOW C Breggin Eddy FL 166 2 234 5 400 7 2 Danielle Wilson FL 176 1 173 1 349 2 CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE C Jessica Grace TN 276 15 288 27 564 42 CUB MALE FREESTYLE C Kyle Newton KY 300 46 294 43 594 89 2 Logan Kennedy TN 267 13 272 13 539 26 3 Raleigh Boots GA 259 11 258 10 517 21 CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Morgan Devereaux GA 92 140 232 CUB MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Gabriel Finn FL 286 23 290 27 576 50 2 Giovanni Finn FL 272 11 270 14 542 25 YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE C Jaci Kinder KY 287 23 289 25 576 48 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE C Will Thompson KY 297 35 294 37 591 72 2 Keenan Adams FL 274 21 265 22 539 43 3 Bubba St Louis FL 266 14 257 10 523 24 Austin Vickrey GA 246 9 198 1 444 10 YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Kiley Larrick FL 259 9 279 13 538 22 YOUNG ADULT MALE BAREBOW C Phillip Baldowski GA 160 2 138 2 298 4 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE C Brittany Timberlake KY 298 43 299 47 597 90 2 Samantha Pruitte GA 299 40 298 35 597 75 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE C Joseph Newton KY 300 57 300 58 600 115 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Jenna Nikles FL 271 14 261 12 532 26 2 Sara Sandlak FL 239 8 236 4 475 12 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Josh Gleaton GA 274 19 274 16 548 35 2 Collin Reilly GA 205 5 202 3 407 8 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Cathy Cook FL 297 34 294 34 591 68 2 Debra Sieloff FL 290 26 292 28 582 54 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Earl Watts GA 300 45 300 51 600 96 2 James Pettitt FL 299 35 296 38 595 73 3 Brad Taylor FL 299 54 295 52 594 106 Hugh Johnson GA 297 30 296 32 593 62 Thom Wessels FL 292 46 298 35 590 81 Ted Guevara FL 290 32 293 37 583 69 Jeff Hinkle KY 288 34 293 22 581 56 George Bales GA DNF DNF ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED C Sandy Thater FL 241 4 252 9 493 13 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE C Mechell Pruitte GA 297 39 297 39 594 78 2 Miriam Distefano FL 297 41 297 33 594 74 3 Shelly Mascaro FL 292 29 292 27 584 56 June DanFord FL 291 24 292 22 583 46 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE Championship Flight C Bret Walters FL 300 46 300 44 600 90 2 David Welsch FL 299 42 298 41 597 83 3 Sean Cahill FL 300 48 295 40 595 88 Don Kitchen FL 296 28 291 36 587 64 Fred Hough FL 293 39 293 39 Flight 2 1 Adam Robinson FL 291 30 297 30 588 60 2 Marc Shea FL 289 26 293 36 582 62 3 Troy Rodenbo FL 272 17 287 30 559 47 Joe Fitzgerald FL 272 18 279 33 551 51 Oliver Austin FL 252 6 256 6 508 12 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C Ron Lucas FL 269 15 264 21 533 36 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Paula Sandlak FL 202 4 200 3 402 7 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Tim Walker FL 289 28 292 31 581 59 48 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

2 Guy Learn FL 289 30 290 34 579 3 Dan Greene FL 277 18 276 22 553 ADULT MALE TRADITIONAL C Neal Baldowski GA 113 2 145 3 258 PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE C Diane Watson FL 300 51 299 51 599 PRO MALE FREESTYLE C Kurtis Swift KY 300 60 300 59 600 2 Jim Pruitte GA 300 59 300 55 600 SENIOR PRO MALE FREESTYLE C Myers Parrish FL 299 50 299 51 598 SENIOR MALE BAREBOW C Jerry Barr KY 236 4 242 5 478 SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER C Greg Grant GA 285 10 268 12 553 2 Johnny Robinson FL 236 8 221 4 457 SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Tom Boots GA 296 37 295 35 591 2 Roy Peters FL 297 40 293 33 590 3 Ken Dees FL 270 15 270 18 540 Nathan Hodges KY DNF DNF SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED C Jim Brown FL 278 23 288 23 566 2 Hermit Gann FL 256 12 261 13 517 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE C Alice Parrish FL 280 11 272 19 552 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE C Thom Smiley FL 299 42 300 43 599 2 Kevin Bergenroth FL 300 49 297 44 597 3 Tom Borkowski FL 299 45 296 51 595 Wally Krull FL 297 42 298 49 595 Richard Kilbride FL 297 43 298 44 595 Bill Haspel FL 293 24 295 31 588 Bob Evans FL 293 41 294 33 587 John Conley GA 295 28 295 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C Andie Anderson FL 281 20 282 22 563 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED RECURVE/LONGBOW C Jake Veit GA 247 7 237 6 484 SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL C Tim Van Voorhis FL 244 7 241 6 485 2 John Lackey FL 228 6 220 1 448 MASTER SENIOR MALE BAREBOW C Marty Shelton FL 285 19 285 18 570 MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE C Wayne Carr FL 299 48 297 41 596 2 Jack Cason FL 297 36 293 30 590 3 Tim Austin FL 282 20 274 19 556 Dennis Barnhart GA 280 17 276 21 556 MALE CROSSBOW C Rick St Louis FL 269 18 281 16 550

64 40 5 102 119 114 101 9 22 12 72 73 33 46 25 30 85 93 96 91 87 55 74 28 42 13 13 7 37 89 66 39 38 34

SOUTHERN SECTION Lee Gregory, Councilman lee@dlprint.com

Sectional Tournament Info 2006 SOUTHERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 10-11, 2006 Host: Trosper Archery Club Location: 2201 SE Grand Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73129 Directions: Take Exit 124 off I-35 east on Grand Blvd 1.5 miles. Range located on north side of road in Trosper Park. Registration: Dennis Lynch, 290 N Buffalo Ave, Guthrie, OK 73044. Tel: 405-282-3617. E-mail: dennis_lynch@sbcglobal.net Deadline: June 2, 2006 Late Registration: Contact club for info. Schedule: Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 am announcements and 8:30 am start shooting, both days. Accommodations: All major motels in the area.

TEXAS Monty Heishman, Director barebow@att.net

Texas TFAA Celebrates 25th State Indoor Tournament In Style The TFAA started its celebration on February 24th by hosting the 1st Annual NASP/TASP for the school children. We provided volunteers who set up targets, judged, and helped keep scorecards for the 127 shooters that participated. TFAA members also assisted the Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. in issuing and inspecting equipment, as well as tabulating the scores during and after the shooting, and providing advice and assistance in running the shooting lines. Steve Hall, Education Director for the Parks and Wildlife, was very pleased with the first year turnout of shooters. Plans are already in the works for the 2nd Annual Tournament, which should produce two or three times as many students. Some of these students also are TFAA members and shot in the TFAA State Indoor Tournament. Spectators that had never attended an archery tournament were amazed at how everything seemed to run smoothly, and had many compliments for the National Archery School Program. Four donated Genesis bows were also given to the kids in a random drawing. Festivities continued after a day of shooting on February 25th with a Hall of Frame banquet, induction of threepeople into the HOF, an Olympic Champion guest speaker, and a social hour afterward. Inducted into the HOF were a couple, John and Mary Nowell, and Ellis Gibson. John and Mary Nowell were selected for their dedicated service to the TFAA where they served as President and Secretary-Treasurer for many years. They also helped local clubs get started in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. They owned an archery shop where they introduced many people to archery, and provided assistance to keep those same people in archery. One of those individuals is now the NFAA Pro Chairman, Michael Braden. As speeches were given about their accomplishments, there were cheers and many handkerchiefs produced as archers remembered the couple. John is no longer with us, and Mary was unable to make the trip to the banquet with her family. Ellis Gibson was also inducted into the HOF for his 62 first place finishes. These included State, Sectional, National, International, and Senior Olympic games. Many of these championships were records, and some still exist. In fact, Ellis set a new record for Senior MFS at this 25th TFAA State Indoor. He was also recognized for the many hunting trips where he harvested Pope and Young record elks. He had a couple of those on display at the State Indoor. When asked how he felt about being selected for the Texas HOF, he commented, “I can’t believe an old Arkansas boy could achieve such an honor.” Southern Indoor Sectional Results March 11-22, 2006 - Bartlesville, OK Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds

PL SHOOTER SPMFS C Rick Gilley 2 Ronnie Smart PMFS C Jimmie Hargrave 2 Kevin Hutchinson 3 Bobby Kirkland PFFSL C Jennifer Gilley AMFS C Mike Atwell 2 Randy Douglas 3 Dustin Knight Robert Wood David Bouska Chris Knapp Blane Rosson Dan Chaffin David Fritts Tod Hodges SMFS C Ellis Gibson 2 Charles Pate 3 Lee Gregory Ken Perry MSMFS C Bill Hensley 2 Dick Andrews 3 Ron Wible Don Fasking AFFS C Teresa Kirkland 2 Wilma Bouska

Rnd 1 Total Score

X’s

300 50 298 49

300 56 299 51

600 106 597 100

300 58 300 58 300 54

300 58 300 54 300 55

600 116 600 112 600 109

285 24

286 20

571 44

300 300 300 300 300 299 295 292 293 285

54 54 51 38 49 43 57 48 34 46

300 300 300 299 298 299 300 300 292 298

58 56 56 45 41 43 54 52 32 35

600 600 600 599 598 598 595 592 585 583

112 110 107 83 90 86 111 100 66 81

300 298 298 296

54 37 42 31

300 300 299 297

55 40 39 41

600 598 597 593

109 77 81 72

296 297 264 259

35 40 10 8

293 291 257 245

37 37 14 12

589 588 521 504

72 77 24 20

298 42 282 14

Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 2 Score X’s

300 46 279 13

Total

Score X’s

598 88 561 27

MSFFS C Rosie Pridgen 298 YFFS C Kim Ledbetter 258 CMFS C Sam Hodges 291 CFFS C Courtney Hutchinson 277 AMFSL C Jason Moore 282 2 Shawn Goodman 279 AFFSL C Terri Bass 267 SMFSL C Timothy Coyle 284 YMFSL C Tyler Moore 181 CMFSL C Garrett Moore 230 SMFSLR/L C Jim Maynard 265 2 Dave Eastman 261 3 Bill Warwick 267 YAMFSLR/L C Neil Cooley 244 AMBHFS C Ricky St Upery 300 2 Scott Bradford 300 3 Danny Koscelny 298 Greg Gettys 297 Mark McMillan 296 Michael Ewing 291 Paul Gailey 292 John Bass 280 John Nelson 299 SMBHFS C John Gibson 295 2 Gary Goodman 294 3 Russell Cottle 278 SMBH C Sonny Charboneau 233 AMBHFSL C Dale Cooley 275 2 Scott Whiteford 280 AFBHFSL C Patti Cooley 264 SMBB C Sean O’Donnell 288 MSMBB C Monty Heishman 275 2 Emmett Womack 256 SFBB C Rhonda Wall 237 CMBB C Reece O’Donnell 266 AMTrad C Roger Peacock 256 SMTrad C Bobby Graham 260 AFTrad C Liz Adams 251

41

298 47

596 88

10

262 13

520 23

23

284 35

575 58

25

289 16

566 41

21 16

287 24 286 17

569 45 565 33

11

274 14

547 25

29

280 18

565 47

3

141 1

322 4

6

239 7

469 13

10 11 8

269 11 272 12 250 5

534 21 533 23 517 13

5

261 13

509 18

52 54 41 36 33 29 31 20 45

300 300 299 299 295 292 284 280

600 600 597 596 591 583 576 560 299

38 35 25

300 49 289 28 256 19

595 87 583 63 534 44

10

237 7

470 17

15 17

288 15 275 12

563 30 555 29

15

251 9

515 24

22

279 17

565 39

16 12

269 12 269 12

544 28 525 24

7

259 14

496 21

7

266 9

532 16

10

257 9

513 19

15

250 4

510 19

10

249 9

500 19

57 52 41 38 30 34 25 21

109 102 82 74 63 63 56 41 45

SOUTHWESTERN SECTION Jerry Miller, Councilman swcman1@verizon.net

2006 SOUTHWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 24-25, 2006 Host: Las Vegas Archers Location: Spring Mountain Range Directions: The Las Vegas Archers Spring Mountain Range is located on Highway 160 between Las Vegas and Pahrump. We are at the summit at Mountain Springs on the south side of the road behind the big silver gate. Registration: Las Vegas Archers, P.O. Box 28476, Las Vegas NV 89126. Tel: 702-565-5406 Deadline: June 12, 2006 Late Registration: 7:30 pm – 8:00 pm, June 24, 2006 Schedule: Shoot starts at 9:00 am on Saturday, June 24th, and 8:00 am Sunday, June 25th Accommodations: Silverton Casino and Hotel Campgrounds: Limited dry camping on range on a first come, first served basis. Misc. Info: Visit LasVegasArchers.com, or call 702-565-5406. Archery Magazine June/July 2006 49

by Paul Davison

“Aurora:

Perfect End to An Era”

The original “5-3” target face. The center spot was for aiming purposes only

The post-1976 “5-4-3” target face

The “Expert Round” target face 50 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

That’s the caption printed on the October 1976 Archery magazine cover photo. The reason it was “perfect” was that five (two Field, two Hunter and one Animal) perfect 560’s were shot by NFAA Amateur Freestylers Barry Verlarde and Phil Schmidt at the Aurora (IL) Outdoor Nationals. It had already been decided by the Board of Directors that 1976 would be the last year for the original NFAA “5-3” target face. With the advent of the compound bow and mechanical release aid, it was becoming too easy to shoot perfect. Perfect scores for two consecutive Field and/or Hunter Rounds had been shot in previous years. No one, however, had really expected four consecutive 560’s, plus a “routine” perfect 560 Animal Round on the fifth day, would happen quite yet. Earlier in the year, the NFAA Pros had decided on a way to avoid a perfect 2800 in their ranks. They had received approval to replace the Friday Animal Round with the NFAA “Expert Round.” Using the new, “5-4-3,” target face, which was to be, and still is, the standard starting in 1977, the Expert Round was instead scored “5-4-3-2-1” from the center out. At the 1976 Outdoor Nationals, the highest Friday score by any Pro was 545 versus the usual 560, and the highest 5-day total by a Pro was 2783 by Ron Lauhon. Perfect scores were a thing in the past after 1976. The new 5-4-3 target face did its job. The Pros, still bored with shooting perfect Animals, stuck with the Expert Round for a few more years. Today, we’ve even made the perfect Animal Round essentially obsolete. For all National and Sectional tournaments, a small, 1-point, bonus spot is pasted in the kill area. 2828 is now the magic number for a 5-day National Outdoor championship. Pro Dave Cousins has come the closest with a 2813. It should be quite a few more years before there’s another “perfect end to an era.”

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Bowhunters in Action by Tim Atwood

Big Game

Harold D. Anglin Yucaipa, CA

Leopard Shark, Gray Shark 2, Shovelnose Shark 7, Rambalay Ram, Jacob’s Ram Michael P. Anglen Yucaipa, CA Shovelnose Shark Terry Ripple Kemmerer, WY Elk, Mule Deer Richard Anglin Yuma, AZ Ram Chandler Anglin Beaumont, CA Marino Ram Seth Thompson Petersburg, WV Whitetail Deer Joe Becker Yuba City, CA Black Bear Scott Smith El Cajon, CA Mule Deer, Marino Ram Steven Vittetow LaPlata, CO Turkey, Elk, Mule Deer Gaylon B. Russell Eureka, MO Coyote Ken Boesel Racine, WI Whitetail Deer Jeffrey Freund McHenry, IL Whitetail Deer

Nathan Kline Michael Spence Michael Steger

Small Game

Harold D. Anglin Michael P. Anglin Scott Smith Tom Pucci Jeff J. Mercer Michael E. Pottorff Richard D. Anglin

Special Mention

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Whitetail Deer Whitetail Deer 4 Pig

Yucaipa, CA 22 Yucaipa, CA 1 El Cajon, CA 7 Park Rapids, MN 5 El Centro, CA 10 Fallbrook, CA 2 Yuma, AZ 9

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Bowhunting Plus

by Tim Atwood

C

ongratulations to Wally and Travis

program for you. Art Young Big Game and Small

Schwartz of Riverside, CA. Both father

Game, Diamond Buck program and Bowfisher.

and son won bowhunting awards last

Let’s get started and send in those applications.

year. Travis, on left, won the NFAA bowfisher of the year for Tilapia and Wally, on right, is the 2005 Diamond Buck winner for Blacktail Deer. This is the first time a father and son have both won in the same year. Send in your harvest, don’t miss out. This year there are two new categories for Diamond Buck; Pacific Hybrid and Coues Deer. NFAA Bowfisher also has two new categories; pike and tilapia. Call NFAA headquarters for applications and this photo could be you next year. The Art Young Awards program is the most comprehensive and complete bowhunting awards program of any archery organization. Whether you hunt small game, big game or exotic game, the NFAA recognizes your bowhunting accomplishments. Work your way from Bowhunter to Expert, to Master Bowhunter on through Grand Master. Whatever you hunt with a bow, we have a 54 Archery Magazine June/July 2006

Annual Y.O. Ted Nugent Birthday HuntBash 2006 Ted Nugent’s personal favorite and #1 hunting adventure for his family! December 13-17 Join the Nugent Tribe for Ted’s private birthday celebration at the amazing Y.O. ranch this December! Magical historic facilities and game species galore at special Nuge pricing! Includes all meals, lodging, one animal & guides. Kids at even greater savings. Call Paul now to get all the details. Whether you choose a family vacation, a romantic get away, father & son hunt, or good times with your hunting buddies, this is the perfect hunt adventure for all. The Y.O. Ranch accommodates the hunting experience of your choice. 800-343-HUNT www.tednugent.com

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ASK UNCLE TED

Q: A:

I just got a my first compound bow. Its a “Hand me down” Browning Bushmaster with a 60 lb pull. What arrows should I use for target practice? What would I need for hunting hogs? The last time I shot a bow was in Indian Guides when I was a kid. Any tips that will help me? Rifle hunting for Deer and Hogs has lost something for me. It seems like its no longer hunting, just killing. Thanks for any information you can give.—Greg, Garland Texas That old Browning could be AOK Greg as long as it is in good working order and it fits you properly. Check the string and cables and examine it closely for wear and tear. It is imperative that the draw length matches your draw and the poundage is comfortable and graceful for you. Be sure to take it by a proshop you trust and double check the measurements and the bow’s overall condition, then if all is ready to rock, set it up and have fun. Matching arrows are simple to determine based on the setup and you will use the same arrows for target shooting and hunting, but with target heads and hunting heads of course. And don’t give up on gun hunting, just aspire to more demanding shooting accomplishments and enjoy-enjoy! I still like Fred Bear’s slogan, “Be a two season hunter!” Go slow and practice thoughtfully and often to become a good, ultra aware bowhunter. Goodluck and Godspeed. Ted

Q:

Ted, I am watching your Spirit of the Wild TV show and realize you shoot a low poundage bow of 50 lbs. With that draw weight what is the total weight of your arrow with all the paint and the head on the arrow? I am guessing you’re shooting a 5575 GoldTip carbon with a Magnus Stinger Buzzcut 100 grain. How much does the paint weigh on each shaft? Do you shoot different weights depending on the animal you’re shooting? What is the drop like on the arrow when shot past 20 yards? God bless and good luck to you this year in both your hunting fun and thanks to you from a veteran of the Vietnam war.—Rob Kinney, OK

A:

You’re correct Rob. All my bows these days are setup right around 50 pounds draw weight, and my GoldTip 5575 arrows come in around 450 grains loaded and ready for backstrappin with the razorsharp Magnus heads! I often dip my entire GoldTip arrows in white paint so we can all celebrate the ever mystical flight of the arrow as visibly as possible. I learned that sensual upgrade from the masters Fred Bear, Ben Pearson and Howard Hill many years ago. There is no doubt such increased visibility enhances the overall archery experience, plus it helps identify our hits on game too. Especially on TV and video for all to enjoy and learn from. A totally dipped shaft may weigh a few more grains, but I see no difference in flight from my factory GoldTip Nugent Zebra arrows, certainly out to 20 yards. This same bow/arrow rig brings home the straps whether I’m bowhunting rabbits, deer, antelope, moose, elk, caribou, buffalo, hogs, even incredibly rugged African beasts like wildebeest, eland, zebra, gemsbok or warthog and more. It is always about a well placed, razorsharp, strong broadhead. Thanx for the kind words of support Rob. All intelligent, caring Americans totally support the courageous warriors of our amazing US

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Support our Troops! Ted and Toby Keith with Baghdad Palace Group in Iraq) Military my friend. Salute to you all! American BloodBrothers, Ted & family

Q:

Ted, I am an active member of the US Army. I spent seven months in combat in Iraq. When I come home people ask me; “Hey, Krout, why do you do it?” Well, I do it for people like you. Great Americans who aren’t afraid to stand up for all that America represents. I have been in many situations that required me to take another human life in order to protect my brothers in arms and myself. I believe that for those of us who have been in that situation a part of our soul dies with the enemy. I have found that the only way for me to regain the part of my soul that I lost is through hunting. I recently took a beautiful whitetail using my .44 magnum pistol. I have always used a rifle as my choice of weapon in the past, but I felt something magical about the closeness of the shot, under 25 yards. It was great, my heart was pounding, and I have never experienced anything like it before in my life. I told one of my buddies how great it was to be that close to the game and the pure exhilaration that I felt, he suggested that I try bowhunting. I don’t have a lot of money to spend on a bow. Do you have any suggestions on how a guy could get into the sport for very little cash? I am scheduled to deploy again next spring and am wanting to go hog hunting before I go back overseas, so time is of the essence. Let me know what you think, and keep up the good fight! Thanks-Andrew Krout, Shawnee, OK

A:

You make all of us so very proud to be an American hunters, Andrew. All good people salute you and all the warriors of the US Military for crushing evil around the globe. Without your amazing, courageous sacrifices, there would be no “we the people” freedom to go hunting, own and enjoy guns or even have the God given right of property ownership in the good old U.S. of A. Godbles you and all the warriors my friend! And your buddy is correct; bowhunting is for you! I too love my handgun hunting for all the same reasons you extol. Kick those up a few notches and welcome to the amazing mystical flight of the arrow! There is some wonderful bowhunting to be had with a good, inexpensive used bow and a minimum of gear. Proshops can be found all over this great land, and I bet they would all enjoy helping you into our grand sport. I will try to contact you directly to do all I can to help as there is nothing I’d like more than welcoming a true American hero into our sacred bowhunting BloodBrother campfire. Godspeed, American BloodBrothers, Ted

I

first met Ted Nugent in 1990. At first I was skeptical. However, it has been my privilege to watch, listen and learn more about this man during the past 16 years. He is what you see. And more. I am happy to call him a friend. People often ask me what Ted Nugent is like. I tell them that he has two speeds—there’s Ted asleep and then there’s Ted being Ted. He goes full speed ahead most of his waking hours. In this interview hopefully you will learn about the “Motor City Madman.” I emailed Ted the questions, and you will see his exact words in response.

by frank addington, jr.

Shootin’ Straight with Uncle Ted

Q WHAT DRIVES YOU? “The American Dream of being the best that you can be, particularly in this culture war against our hunting and gun rights. I crave good over evil, right over wrong, and am compelled to fight alongside all American warriors to bring the real America back to life.” Q WHAT’S BEEN YOUR GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT IN LIFE THUS FAR? “My sons Toby and Rocco, and daughters Sasha and Starr. Brilliant, kind, thoughtful, caring, giving, loving, funny, cocky, hard working Americans all, solidly in the asset ( L e f t t o r i g h t ) : F r a n k , U n c l e T e d , F r a n k ’ s w i f e A m a n d a ) column of life.” Q WHAT HAS BEEN MOST DIFFICULT FOR YOU TO ACCEPT IN LIFE THUS FAR? “I refuse to accept or tolerate any abandonment of logic when it comes to affecting my or other’s quality of life. Insanity-like gun control, Sunday hunting bans, minimum age hunting laws, dove hunting bans, Mao Tse Tung like IRS corruption, government and court corruption, the policies of rewarding pimps, whores and welfare brats, and all other mindless liberal antiAmerican buffoonery. It is all completely unacceptable.” Q YOU’VE BEEN CALLED THE “MOTOR CITY MADMAN” AND YOU ARE A HUGE ROCK AND ROLL STAR, YET POLITICALLY YOU ARE CONSERVATIVE AND YOU OFTEN SPEAK FAMILY VALUES. HOW DO YOU THINK MOST OF THE ROCK AND ROLL ESTABLISHMENT VIEWS YOU? “I don’t have to guess at people’s take on me as I have a wonderful open communication and relationship with a far-reaching cross section of Americans and people from around the world. Though ignorant judgemental people make fools of themselves attacking me based on ignorance, I experience mostly respectful dialog across the board from all but the lunatic fringe.” Q TELL ME ABOUT HOW YOU GOT STARTED IN ARCHERY. WHAT AGE, ETC. “Wow! This one could take forever for I was baptized Archery Magazine June/July 2006 57

by my father, Warren Nugent into the wonderful world of the Mystical Flight of the Arrow way back in 1952 at the tender age of 3 and have progressively gotten more intense about it every year since. I still crave archery and bowhunting as a powerful positive force in my quality of life.” Q DO YOU EVER GET EMOTIONAL WHEN YOU PLAY “FRED BEAR” AND SEE THOUSANDS OF YOUNG FANS SINGING ALONG?!? “I’ve performed that song at over a thousand concerts for millions of people since 1989 and the emotions are overwhelming everytime. It is always one of my most difficult moments in life doing all I can to pay tribute to the great man without losing it. I am sure Fred would be proud how I have promoted his vision and hunting dreams to billions of people through this powerful piece of music.” Q WHAT ARE A FEW OF YOUR FAVORITE HUNTING TRIPS AND WHY? “I truly cherish every outing with family and friends and being so lucky to hunt every day of every season loads up my happy memory bank beyond the overflow I assure you. Being with my amazing wife Shemane, sons Toby and Rocco and daughters Sasha and Starr and my grandchildren makes every moment afield deeply spiritual and gratifying. Add to that monstrous level of joy the fact that many families have asked that I take their

terminally ill children on their last hunts puts it into a realm of emotion and fulfillment the likes of which I otherwise could have never imagined. It never really matters “where”, but always with “whom”.” Q YOUR FAVORITE TROPHY? “My favorite trophies are every head of game my children and wife have killed because the overall experience is so deeply gratifying.” Q MY FATHER BOWHUNTED WITH YOU LAST YEAR IN CANADA. HE WAS SKEPTICAL PRIOR TO THE HUNT AND CAME AWAY A TED FAN. IT TAKES A LOT TO IMPRESS MY DAD. A FEW WEEKS AFTER THE HUNT HE WAS AT OUR HOME AND HEARD A DVD I WAS PLAYING AND YOU PLAYED THE FIRST FEW LINES OF CAT SCRATCH FEVER AND HE KNEW THE SONG! I WAS BLOWN AWAY. PERHAPS IF MORE PEOPLE WERE EXPOSED TO THE REAL TED THEY’D KNOW YOUR HEART IS FOR WHAT IS BEST FOR OUR SPORT. SAY SOMEONE READING THIS INTERVIEW IS SKEPTICAL. WHAT SHOULD THEY KNOW ABOUT YOUR INTENTIONS FOR BOWHUNTING? “The only way a person could be skeptical of me is if they have had their head buried in the sand all their lives or they are just plain goofy enough to listen to petty rumors. I have dedicated my life to properly and effectively promote hunting, conservation and gun rights in the major media of the world since way back

TED NUGENT’S PERSONAL FAVORITE AND #1 HUNTING ADVENTURE FOR HIS FAMILY! DECEMBER 13-17 Join the Nugent Tribe for Ted’s private birthday celebration at the amazing Y.O. ranch this December! Magical historic facilities and game species galore at special Nuge pricing! Includes all meals, lodging, one animal and guides. Kids at even greater savings. Call Paul now to get all the details. Whether you choose a family vacation, a romantic get away, father & son hunt, or good times with your hunting buddies, this is the perfect hunt adventure for all. The Y.O. Ranch accommodates the hunting experience of your choice.

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Q YOU ARE IN A BLIND AND SEE AN ANIMAL YOU PLAN TO HARVEST. WALK US THROUGH WHAT HAPPENS NEXT AS YOU PREPARE FOR THE SHOT. “First of all, I don’t harvest animals, I kill them. And in order to follow God’s tooth, fang and claw orders as a conscientious, reasoning predator, 99% of my hunting responsibilities have already taken place elevating my overall predator level of awareness by disciplining myself to be the best that I can be. I become one with the beast, one with the spirit, one with my bow and arrow and one with the wind. That mindset connects me with the soul of the good mother earth and her magnificent beasts so that I read her pulse to know the moment of truth. Killing game at spitting distance with a sharp stick is serious business. Gargantuan fun, yet serious nonetheless. I say a Prayer for the Wildthings and follow God’s rules.” Q PLEASE FINISH THIS LINE... TODAY’S SPORTSMEN/ WOMEN ALL NEED TO... “be members of the NRA and their state hunting organizations at the very least. We all need to be as active as we possibly can be with our elected officials, the media, schools, church groups, youth groups and society in general always standing up for and promoting hunting rights and 2nd Amendment rights upgrades. Every state in America drastically needs improved, more logical user friendly regulations, or better stated, de-regulation.” Q HOW MANY PEOPLE SEE YOU ANNUALLY BETWEEN YOUR SHOWS, YOUR INTERVIEWS AND YOUR CONCERTS? “Recently in a single week, I articulated the good hunting and gun message to more than 1 billion people worldwide. Cooking wild game on Letterman, Conan, promoting turkey hunting on Howard Stern, Bob and Tom, Rush Limbaugh, Larry King, the BBC, live simulcast concerts around the world and more print and electronic media we could possibly list here, I fight hard to show the world how perfect hunting, fishing, trapping and self defense are. On an average, I impact mil-

lions weekly with a sincere, fact drenched message for the good guys.” Q HOW DID YOUR VH-1 SHOW RATE? WHAT ABOUT YOUR CURRENT REALITY SHOW, HOW’S IT DOING? “SURVIVING NUGENT was #1 on VH1 and CMT, while Wanted Ted Or Alive remains #1 on OLN. TED NUGENT SPIRIT OF THE WILD has the most viewers on The Outdoor Channel as well.” Q ANY POLITICAL PLANS? “To be as active “we the people” American as I can possibly be. I may run for governor of MI in 2010.” There you have it folks, straight from Uncle Ted’s mouth. I hope you have enjoyed this interview. I was very proud to serve on the national steering committee for Sportsmen for Bush with Ted in 2004. He has inspired me to speak up more often. I think sometimes people pre-judge Nugent. If you will do what I did and sit back and watch, listen and learn you will see that he is an outspoken supporter of the Second Amendment, hunting, conservation and keeping kids off drugs. There is a method to his madness. Thanks for all you have done for bowhunting Uncle Ted! Shoot Straight—Frank Addington, Jr. www.frankaddingtonjr.com

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in the 1960’s. That anyone could be unaware of my amazing Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids or the enormous list of awards I have received for conservation, youth, law enforcement and military benefits, all in the name of hunting and 2nd Amendment rights on every imaginable media there is, represents a souless disconnect to the world around them. Particularly during this insane culture war against all that is good, hunting and gun rights being the tip of the spear, such apathy and intentional disconnect is an indictment to the desouling of America. I have nothing to say to my critics or those who are skeptical of me as I am much too busy doing good anyway. I only pray that such disconnect is being condemned for the embarrassing counterproductive negative that it is and that as soon as possible, these people rediscover what an experiment in “self government” is supposed to be.”

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