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Winners of the Outdoor Nationals Championship held in Mechanicsburg, PA July 25 through 29, 2012. Photo by Giovanni Laudicina. Back cover, a shooting line at the First Dakota Classic held in Yankton, SD July 7 and 8, 2012. Photo by Emily Robinson.

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EASTON FOUNDATION AND NFAA FOUNDATION AWARD $15,500 ARCHERY SCHOLARSHIPS Easton Sports Development Foundation and the National Field Archery Association Foundation are pleased to announce the Archery Scholarship Recipients for 2012. $15,500 in total scholarships was awarded to 18 student athletes in middle school, high school, and college that compete with either compound or recurve bows. Individual scholarship awards varied from $500 to $2,000. The top scholarship was awarded to Levi Cyr of Falmouth, Maine. Levi attends Southern Maine Community College where he is working towards a degree in Criminal Justice. He was a part of the Jr. USAT Team four different years. He has travelled to Wales, Turkey, Columbia, Porto Rico, and Hungary. Levi earned two World Championship Team Gold medals and numerous other archery awards. In addition to archery, he belongs to the American Society of Welders and has been a Falmouth Volunteer Fire Fighter for four years. “Levi and the other recipients are all outstanding athletes that developed their archery skill in youth programs, and have become seasoned competitive archers. We are pleased to award them scholarships for 2012,” stated Bruce Cull, President, NFAA. NFAA Scholarships were first awarded in 1990 to student athletes that compete in archery and excel in academic and intellectual achievement. The limitations of the original scholarship programs were resolved in 2009 with the creation of the joint NFAA/Easton Foundation Scholarship Program. “The Easton and NFAA Foundations share the goal to support student athletes that compete in archery. We believe these scholarships will help us to develop stronger college archery programs and strengthen future Olympic and World Championship Teams. By combining our respective Foundation programs, we can award more student scholarships, and increase the scholarship levels,” said Greg Easton, President Easton Foundations. The 2009-11 scholarships are funded by an initial $150,000 grant from the Easton Foundation to the Easton-NFAA Foundation Scholarship Program. Future net revenue from the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex, plus scholarship donations from both individuals and companies will be held in an endowment account to fund the scholarships in 2012 and beyond. Dave Gordon, of Gordon Composited, made a large personal contribution to the scholarship endowment fund. Dave stated, “Archery has been a big part of both my personal and business success. I believe the Easton-NFAA Foundation Scholarship program is an outstanding program to support our youth archers, and allows me to give back to the sport I love. Awarding our best archers and student athletes scholarships that allow them to pursue further education while competing in archery will help develop much stronger youth and college archery programs. I encourage everyone that shares my

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All the winners  Selinal Davis/CO-BB, Jeff Fabray/CA-MFSL, Daniel Nunn/CO-MBHFS, Seneca Francis/UT-WFS; Braden Gellenthien/MA-MFS; Lynn Walters/CO-WCFS; not shown Dee Wilde/ID-MSrFS.

Left to right: Bruce Cull, NFAA President; a 2012 recipient, Jamie Van Lent; and Don Rabska, Easton Foundation.

passion for archery and desire to support our young archers to make their own donation to the scholarship program.” Individuals or companies interested in donating to the scholarship endowment fund or learning more about the program are encouraged to contact Bruce Cull, NFAA President. The NFAA Foundation is a 501(c)3 Public Charity and all donations meet the IRS requirements as charitable donations. Congratulations also to the other 2012 Scholarship recipients: Michelle Gillbert–Maryland, Paige Pearce–California, Riley Whiting–Utah, Tristan Skarvan–Wisconsin, Evan Scudner–Pennsylvania, Sean McLaughlin–Ohio, Ariel Gibilaro–Connecticut, Brett Crouse–Michigan, Christopher Bee–Michigan, Daniel McLaughlin–Ohio, Elizabeth Caughell–Washington, Emily Bee– Michigan, Jamie Van Lent–South Dakota, Joey Hunt–Maine, Karen Smith–Texas, Katherine Alexander–California, and Shannon Ostling–Washington. Scholarship applications, program requirements, and additional information are available on the NFAA website at www. nfaausa.com, or from the NFAA Headquarters, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078. All applications for 2013 scholarships must be submitted to the NFAA Office by December 31, 2012. For additional information contact Natalie Vollmer, NFAA Executive Secretary, at 605-260-9279 or at nvollmer@ nfaausa.com. n

As dawn breaks over the golf course adjacent to the DoubleTree, outlining trees and targets of the Big Sky Open, I peek out the window of the nine-story hotel and marvel at the dedication target archers have in preparing themselves for competition. In the bare light of day, the sound of arrows hitting bales tells the story about how serious these target archers are with the sport they have chosen. As the sun comes up in the east, the colored targets take on a glow that expands beyond the range and flows into the community. From that window, the neat set-up on a manicured lawn is a beautiful sight to behold and takes my breath away every time. It is, in fact, the 32nd year this event has taken place.

son/UT. Gellenthien, sponsored by Mathews Inc, has programmed himself to compete in events with one goal in mind – to win! Knowing this, he was dubbed as the favorite of this event. The Big Sky Open also welcomed David Rowson and Marie Hulbert from Australia for their first time here. Several archers used the Big Sky Open as a stop in their journey to the World Cup Event being held in Salt Lake City, UT.

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A record number of archers from all over the country traveled to the mid-size town of Grand Junction, Colorado (located 30 miles from the Utah border) for this NFAA Pro-Sanctioned archery tournament. Three different sizes of colored targets, yardages from 20 - 65 set in a V-Formation, had archers streaming in opposite directions shooting a total of 20 ends. This is the format for the Big Sky Open three-day weekend, June 15 – 17. This was the first Big Sky Open for the top three men in the pro division. Braden Gellenthien/ ME, Henry Bass/UT and Steve Anderscores, tournament info and more at www.fieldarchery.com 5

big sky open | continued from page 5 up time and extra cash to line their pockets. Friday evening, the Big Sky Open traditionally kicks off with the “GoForIt” clay pigeon shoot. Competing archers who register for just this event, or two, or all three, try to break the stationary clay pigeons with one shot and hope they get lucky enough to join the “Perfect 50” club. Tony Harbaugh, Senior competitor from Idaho was the only archer on board to break the dry spell of three years. Saturday morning (and Sunday as well), competitors and spectators took a moment to welcome the sound of two young archers, Paige Younger and Brittney Brabec singing the National Anthem in the opening ceremony. AnYouth Winners of Big Sky Open nouncer Linda Marten called out the first group and the real competition was underway. The air was filled with the sound of arrows hitting targets, whistles blowing, groups of archers called to the starting line and friendly conversation. As the day progressed in double-digit heat, the Mathews staff shooters were busy plying their magic to a crowd of onlookers as they aggressively showed no mercy in regard to their fellow competitors. Gellenthien started his day off by leading the pack in the Men’s Championship Division just one-point ahead of Steve Anderson/UT and two in front of Duane Price/WI.

Women and Sr. Men competitors spent their shooting time concentrating hard to qualify a spot in the Championship portion of the tournament while those who didn’t would be flighted. Ten Senior Men qualified sending the rest into Flights and the same happened in the women’s. Does Saturday’s leader go on to take the title the finishing day? More often than not, that is the way it seems to work. Of course, there is some jockeying on down the line, but if the top competitor can keep his/her lead on the first day, the comfort zone they created will usually give them the title and award money they are seeking. So the first day is pretty much important to post a score that will leave others stunned and wondering what they did or will need to do. Tony Harbaugh/ID in the Sr. Men’s Division the first day posted a nine-point deficit over Dee Wilde/ID. In past years, Wilde had pretty much owned the title, so nine points under was devastating. Could he make it up tomorrow? With that being said, the second exciting event to take place is the “Shoot-Down” sponsored by Winners Choice Custom Bowstrings Inc/OR; Kiser Trucking/ Grand Junction; and American Whitetail Inc/IN.

Caught at least a couple of the Flight Winners on camera: Nicole Bassett/ID and Robert Gregg/NE

Starting at 10 yards, the archers from three different categories (Men’s Championship, Men’s Flights, Women’s Flights) centered their focus on the clay pigeons so they could advance to further distances. The five-yard increments started to take their toll at 35 yards. As the archers drop away, the distance gets longer, the clay pigeons smaller and the pressure mounts. In the Men’s Pro Division, all eyes were on Harbaugh, Dick Smith/ CO and Jeremy Terhune/WY who were the final three standing at 60 yards. Smith took a deep breath, shut out his surroundings and fired the final shot at a clay pigeon that resembled a flyspeck in the distance, but won him the privilege to say, “I beat the best of the best!” Smith & Terhune, respectively were 2nd and 3rd.

to the targets and finished strong with an 1108. Thank you, Jeff for competing and becoming Big Sky’s newest Men’s FSL Champion. Seneca Francis/UT had been making a steady climb to the top and in her third year of attending, she mancontinued on page 8

In the Men’s Flights, Justin Howell/CO beat his opponents at 50 yards; while Amber Christensen/ID won the Women’s Division and Jim Marshall/NV won the Men’s Bowhunter. Both scored big at 45 yards. Sunday was the defining day for the Big Sky Open. Here and there was an upset or two, but most stayed true to form. Gellenthien did indeed make Mathews proud of their sponsorship by winning the 2012 Big Sky Open, putting Anderson in second and another Mathew’s archer, Henry Bass in third. Bill Pellegrino, past Big Sky Champion, who placed sixth in the money, said it all about Gellenthien when the Daily Sentinel interviewed him. Quote, “He (Gellenthien) competes all over the world and is probably one of the top five archers. Braden is absolutely the best!” It was exciting to watch Jeff Fabray/CA who is a handicapped archer in a wheel chair. Furthermore, he shoots arrows by releasing the string from his teeth. Jeff runs a busy schedule, but this year, it was an honor to finally see him competing in the Big Sky Open. Fabray is one of the best archers in the U.S. in the Men’s Pro FreeStyle Limited Division. The flat V-Formation range is perfect for handicapped archers and Fabray had no problem making it back and forth from the shooting line

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big sky open | continued from page 7 aged to stay strong and win the Women’s Championship of the Big Sky for the first time over seasoned competitors, Amber Christensen, Lindsay Argyle/UT and Becky Pearson/AZ. Now back to Dee Wilde. How did he fare? Well, for the 5th time, he managed to overcome the 9 points, add another one and outscore Harbaugh in the final count as well as Don Ward/WI. Just goes to show that it doesn’t pay to under estimate this determined archer by any means and the shouting isn’t over until the fat lady sings. Or as the cliché goes. Other Winners in the Championship Divisions were: BHFS-Daniel Nunn/CO; MFSL-Jeff Fabray/CA; WBBSelina Davis/CO; WCLFS-Lynn Walter/CO; Sr. Men’s Flt 1 – Jerry Hoppe/SD; Men’s Flight winners were: Flt 1 – Robert Gregg/NE; Flt 2-Jeff McGuire/CO; Flt 3-Pat Brown/CO; Flt 4-Kerry Baird/ID. Women’s Flt 1 – Harley Oaks/UT; Flt 2 – Nicole Bassett/ID. . Amateur Winners: MFS-Inter-Logan Downey/ CO; FFS=Inter-Jessica Richie/CO; MFSL-Inter-Justin Treece/CO; MFS-Jr-Kade Tremblay/KS; FFS-Jr-Dani McCurdy/CO; MFSL-Jr-Caine Perea/CO; MFS-CubRiley Stevens/CO; FFS-Cub-Makenna Christensen/UT.

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Thank you to our Signature Club, the Grand Mesa Bowmen. Without the help of these fine Manufacturers and Businesses, the Big Sky Open would not be able to help promote outdoor target archery for all those who love to compete. Their interest is an investment in you, the archer. Thank them as well and remember to use/ purchase their fine products. And to all those who helped put the tournament on, a great big thank you. Your help is appreciated. After the last arrow was shot, the score completed, Braden had this to say about the Big Sky Open. “I loved the format of this tournament. It was unique in the fact that it reminded me of golf with the variation in distances and setup. It is a great tournament to attend.” Thanks to all the archers who attended and competed. You are the best! n

Again, we thank all of our sponsors: Mathews, Inc | WI Western Slop Auto Co. | GJ, CO Jakes Archery | UT Specialty Archery | IA Winners Choice Custom Bowstrings | OR Sportsman’s Warehouse | GJ, CO Gold Tip, Inc. | UT B-Stinger | UT Easton Technology | UT

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New records at the on the Big Sky Open were broken by: Daniel Nunn – BHFS/1133; Robert Gregg – M Flts/1155. As a note: MFSPro-Dave Cousins/ME still holds the record of 1180 from 2009.

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TOURNAMENT SITE PRACTICE

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AND POST TOURNAMENT EVALUATION

INTRODUCTION At the end of my previous article (May/June issue) I made mention of three types of goals. Here they are again. They are important to your tournament site practice routine and for your post-tournament evaluation. SETTING GOALS Take out a piece of paper or find a page in your archery notebook/log and write your goals for the next tournament you plan to shoot. There are three types of goals you can make: performance goals, result-oriented goals or process oriented goals. Result oriented goals are those that focus on where you finish relative to your competitors. An example would be “I want to finish in the top three” or “I want to win”. Performance goals are linked to results also. An example would be “I want to average 50 X’s per round” or “I want to shoot my personal best”. A process goal would be “I want to execute at least 50 out of 60 shots with good back tension”. These types of goals are for the learning archer —that’s just about all of us—who is building form. Most archers should be using this kind of goal setting most of the time. TOURNAMENT SITE PRACTICE Keeping goals in mind: Your goals should be foremost in your mind when you begin practice at the tournament site. Your goal keeps your mental focus on track and will increase your chances of reaching it at the end of the tournament. Once you get to the tournament location you will want to practice. Indoors I recommend shooting three or four warm up ends and then shooting only a half round followed by a short break. Outdoors, shoot fourteen field targets to be sure your marks are correct. No complete games: I caution you against shooting a complete game on the day before the tournament. Affixing an enormous amount of value on the score of a full practice round, I always found, was counterproductive —it got me rethinking my goals and that’s not what you want to do on this day. For example, if I shot really well I got to thinking about shooting a complete & perfect round the next day (a really big task) instead of thinking about shooting a smooth beginning (a smaller manageable task) and letting my preparation take care of the rest. Or, if I shot a lousy score in this practice round I was

in a negative frame of mind and either over anxious or doubting for the next day. If I missed a few shots that’s all I thought about for hours. Instead, focus on getting smooth and relaxed during the two practice ends and first few scoring ends as this has real and positive benefits for your mental attitude. Use this manageable task to get your shooting process functioning well and don’t worry about score. Shooting too much: Don’t shoot too much! Some archers I know always shoot as many practice arrows as they can the day before the tournament. Some of them shoot two full practice rounds or more. This may reduce that built up nervous energy but doesn’t help you for the next day —it may, in fact, wear you out. Having a specific purpose for your practice is much more beneficial and gets you mentally relaxed. This is where your goals come into play—stick to them and don’t get off course at the last minute. Do this and you’ll feel mentally and physically ready for the next day. Consult your log book: Because you’ve recorded your practice scores during the four weeks prior to the continued on page 12

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arrow hit the center X then you’ll be wound tighter than a Christmas toy— don’t be that guy. This is the time when you need to see yourself shooting as you did in practice. Imagine being in practice, shooting as smooth as you do there and then run your conscious mental sequence as you execute each shot. This is your best chance for success —it’s no guarantee, only your best chance. It works most of the time and that’s all you can expect since we are “only human”. racking isn’t it? My priority in the two practice That first arrow for score is always a little nerve I could shoot smooth and relaxed during the that so settled ends was always to get my body how I shot the practice arrows than where first few scoring ends – I was more concerned about they hit.

tournament you know your “TRUE” average. Don’t expect to shoot over your average at the tournament. That’s unrealistic. Do expect to shoot equal to or very near your average—that’s realistic. Your game is not going to take a big jump in skill or score just because you arrived at a new location. Yeah, you think you’ll be more focused but don’t forget there will be more “new” things to distract you if you let them. Know your true average and stay realistic in your thinking. TOURNAMENT DAY The first thing I always did the morning of a tournament round was to go for a short jog or a brisk walk. This was my way of getting my body into a more normal rhythm just like at home where I jogged and walked as part of my exercise program. During this time I could think about how relaxed I was feeling and was going to feel when my time to shoot arrived. I could also think about those first practice and scoring ends and getting relaxed, smooth and consistent during them. In other words, I prepared both my body and mind for the start (and only the start) of the tournament. I guarantee that you will be nervous—I always was and still am. Experience taught me to keep my thoughts simple and not worry what 12 Archery Magazine

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others were thinking about me or what they were doing—they are too busy with their own game to think about you! Experience taught me how my body was going to react and how I could best prepare “ME” for the start of the round and it had nothing to do with what others were doing, saying or thinking. FINAL COUNTDOWN During the last thirty minutes prior to the start of official scoring you will find yourself most vulnerable to “NEGATIVE GOBLINS”. Expect them. Recognize them. Learn to fend them away by retreating into your learned conscious mental thought sequence. Remind yourself that nobody else has prepared as well as you have prepared and that your plan is the best for you. It just doesn’t matter what anyone else does or thinks so focus on getting started just like you have in practice many times. START GAME At the start of the round you need to focus on your two practice ends and making smoother and smoother shots. Don’t worry where they hit—you have to get your body into your “relaxed home practice” kind of feel for each shot. Then the first scoring arrows will be as smooth as can be expected. If you focus on making each practice

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MID-ROUND SHOOTING In the middle of the scoring round you’ll need to remind yourself that your intensity level may fall slightly. Protect against that happening. Pull out your 3x5 card with your mental thought sequence on it and read it before each end. This will help you chase away those extraneous thoughts that creep in after the first few ends of scoring. It also helps you keep you physical effort elevated so you don’t let your posture slump preventing your lungs from getting full oxygen supply to your muscles. Don’t worry about what others may think of you as you frequently read your 3x5 card—they have nothing to do with your game. Read the card often, stay with your plan and make the others wish they had a plan (remember, most of them don’t!).

Keeping simple but good notes always pays dividends. You save lots of time not repeating things you’ve already tried and you can track your skill level as training progresses.

END GAME These ends are no different than the others. They count the same as the others and require the exact same

When it’s all over you have only to write the score totals. Save any evaluatio n of your performance or score for later. Usually the trip home is a good time to reflect on how you did and what you have to do to get ready for the next tournament on your list.

physical and mental effort, no more and no less. If it’s the first of two days, remind yourself that today’s final few ends will get you to HALF-WAY in the tournament because there’s another round to shoot tomorrow. Don’t put any extra weight on the final few ends of the round. Read the 3x5 card and BREATHE!!!! If it’s the last few ends of the final round then you must remind yourself that they are worth the same as the previous twenty or thirty ends. The effort you used to complete every end up to this point needs only to be repeated. Nothing special has to be done; the target will be the same size and the same distance. You have to repeat to yourself that what you have done thus far in practice and in the tournament is all you need to do at the end. Read the card, breathe, review your plan and then execute each shot with the confidence that you will use the form that got you to this point and are willing to take whatever score you get. In other words, shoot the form you practiced with confidence. If you execute your final few shots with the form you practiced you can only feel that inner pride that comes with a job well done. How can you do more? You can’t aim harder, think harder or shoot more perfect shots.

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now just remind yourself that you did the best you could for today! When you do decide to make a tournament evaluation be sure to get out your written list of goals. If you had a result goal how did you measure against it? Did you match it or exceed it? Or did you fall short? If you matched or exceeded your goals then you’ve earned the right to be proud and pat yourself on the back a time or two. Don’t forget to come back down to earth because you have the next mesocycle to plan and I’m sure there’s something to work on. If you fell short of your result objective don’t feel too down. You are not a bad person and your life will not be in the toilet because of it! Get that stuff out of your head immediately and start determining why you fell short so you can begin planning your next mesocycle to correct the problem and/or overcome the challenge that lies ahead. Be honest about what the problem is and how to fix it, make your plan and get on with it. Now make a written plan for your next mesocycle and set written goals for the next tournament. This is all part of the mind game. Remember, the committed student has a notebook with all of his/her info in it along with goals and training plan. Use it often!

MESOCYCLE CHART: The training you do in the final four-to-six week mesocycle preceding a tournament is critical to your success. The final week of this mesocycle should contain lots of scoring rounds just like in the tournament so plan that first then plan backwards from there.

POST TOURNAMENT EVALUATION Well, the final shot is released and your tournament is now officially over. Don’t evaluate it now; give it a break for a few hours at least. It’s hard to be objective at this point—unless you’ve won—so back off for awhile before you draw any conclusions about your performance or place of finish. For

Begin your training plans with a full twelve-month calendar. Mark the tow or three most important tournaments you want to shoot and plan backwards from each because you always know what needs to be done the past week before the tournament.

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314 310 246 216

632 632 469 454

C 2 3

YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE BATY, JOLIE 244 224 468

C

YOUNG ADULT MALE BAREBOW AUGUSTIN, COREY 91 112

203

C

YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE SNELSON, DUSTY 301 289 OLSON, ALEX 293 287 BERRY, HUNTER 300 256 STARRY, NATE 258 280 DINSLAGE, ZACH 201 210

590 580 556 538 411

C 2 3

DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL

C

YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE GLASER, ALEXUS 258 KEISER, GABRIELLE 213

248 182

506 395

C 2

YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE PETERSON, MATTHEW 322 320 GOSLIN, JUSTIN 308 301 GREEN, ROY 318 287 FLEMING, BRENTON 277 276 JACKSON, CODY 269 270 SHUEY, BRANDON 160 216 MATT COOPER 177

642 609 605 553 539 376 177

C 2 3

ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE KLEIN, RAEANNE 270 266 536 C RADDATZ, JENNIFER 258 267 525 2 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE PEARCE, STACY 304

602

C

56

136 C

MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE MAY, RAY 298 279 DIEFENDERFER, TERRY 285 263 ARLEDGE, BILL 246 268 HOBLIT, GARY 230 277 SAUNDERS, TOM 238 259

577 C 548 2 514 3 507 497

MASTER SENIOR MALE FREETYLE LTD JUFFER, TOM 242 223 465 C IVERSON, DON 211 211 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE FABER, KATHY 260 246 506 C SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER MITCHELL, MARK 199 194 393 C SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE CHANDLER, NEIL 306 285 591 C OHMAN, JERRY 298 292 590 SHIPMAN, BOB 284 293 577 FABER, SHORTY 256 268 524 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE GOODWIN, ROBERT 295 293 588 C JOHNSON, LARRY 261 293 554 2 DUMAS, DUANE 253 273 526 3 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LTD BRUNTZ, DAVID 266 276 542 C

295 295 298 266 269 252

583 1 582 2 578 569 548 522

SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL LUCANGIOLI, RICHARD 212 JILGE, DAVID 204 HERTZLER, GARY 190 MILLER, WALLY 160

ADULT MALE FREESTYLE JIROVSKY, ADAM 332 STARRY, SCOTT 328 LEIN, JOHN 322 TEETS, BEN 304 HOFER, KEITH 308 HAGE, BRIAN 303 MORGAN, CHAD 297 TEETS, TRENT 301 RUSSO, JEFF 290

334 318 320 314 307 301 305 296 300

666 C 646 2 642 3 618 615 604 602 597 590

PRO MALE FREESTYLE GILLINGHAM, TIM LEWIS, BILL REYES, BRANDON COLLIN, DARREN

FLIGHT 2 RUUD, JEFF MILLIGAN, TROY HOEFS, MAX GOSLIN, RON ENSIGN, MIKE MILLIGAN, ZACH MOULTON, JACK PETERSON, JIM

292 288 294 265 292 257 224 253

576 1 574 2 563 3 561 555 550 419

284 286 269 296 263 293 195 253

November/December 2012

DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL

SENIOR MALE LONGBOW MATHROLE, JON 80

288 287 280 303 279 270

ADULT MALE TRADITIONAL ANTOINE, GARY 141 n

298

ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE MEYER, RANDY 329 324 653 C SMITH, BRIAN 324 326 650 2 HENDRICKS, TIM 308 297 605 3 CHADD, KOLTON 301 302 603 BERRY, CHRIS 310 292 602 SMITH, NATHAN 298 296 594 ELLIS, DOUG 289 305 594 FLIGHT 2 BAKLEY, DEVIN CAMPBELL, CHUCK CHADD, KEITH RUNKLE, BRIAN KLUS SR, JOHN VOLLMER, JOHN

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YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LTD FOILES, JACOB 238 221 459

221 206 212 113

433 C 410 2 402 273

PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE PEARCE, PAIGE 311 306 617 C

336 330 332 306

338 328 326 308

674 C 658 2 658 3 614

SENIOR PRO MALE FREESTYLE COBLENTZ, TOM 295 288 583

DAY 1

X’S

DAY 2

CHAMPIONSHIP BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE BERRY, CHRIS 555 10 573 CHAMPIONSHIP BAREBOW ZYLLA, JEFF 281

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

Award

21

1128

31

$140.00

1

293

3

673

4

$140.00

CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE FEMALE VAN NATTA, JAMIE 572 19 ANSCHUTZ, ERIKA 563 13 MCHENRY, ALICIA 543 9 PEARCE, PAIGE 549 3 LARSON, HOLLY 528 8 MOLLENHAUER, SERENA 538 8

593 587 576 563 575 561

26 22 10 10 18 12

1165 1150 1119 1112 1103 1099

45 35 19 13 12 20

$546.00 $294.00

CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE MALE GILLINGHAM, TIM 587 20 GELLENTHIEN, BRADEN 584 17 BROADWATER, JESSE 577 19 WILDE, REO 580 16 BASS, HENRY 575 19 WILDE, LOGAN 578 17 WILLET, ROGER 582 26 MORGAN, ROB 575 12 TERHUNE, JEREMY 575 16 TEDFORD, PAUL 574 14 DEATON, BRIDGER 578 12 POTTER, RICHARD 578 16 SCHAFF, KRIS 575 17 KUECKER, JOEL 575 11 WOODY, KENDALL 574 15 SCHLEUSNER, GRANT 569 11 ANDERSON, MICHAEL 569 14 REYES, BRANDON 568 13 PRICE, DUANE 564 12 CLELAND, BEN 576 17 BRABEC, RANDY 563 13 HOCH, LYNN 556 11 BARRIENTOS, HUGO 555 12 WOLFRAM, ROBERT 556 13 SPRINKLE, DAN 560 9 COLLINS, DARREN 553 12 GIVEN, JESSE 558 8

592 594 597 593 593 590 584 590 589 590 586 586 588 587 587 591 588 585 586 572 580 587 583 582 577 581 573

7 7 33 26 34 29 9 22 27 23 23 18 30 19 30 28 20 24 19 26 22 19 18 15 14 17 18

1179 1178 1174 1173 1168 1168 1166 1165 1164 1164 1164 1164 1163 1162 1161 1160 1157 1153 1150 1148 1143 1143 1138 1138 1137 1134 1131

27 $1,252.02 24 $697.62 52 $554.40 42 $411.18 53 $364.98 46 $300.30 35 $254.10 34 $231.00 43 $203.28 37 $184.80 35 $166.32 34 47 30 45 39 34 37 31 43 35 30 30 28 23 29 26

DAY 1

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

LEFLER, BLAKE STAGG, JOE FITZGERALD, RYAN CHRISTLE, ROBERT HELLAND, BRYAN ETHRIDGE, KIRK

548 545 543 546 532 534

7 8 11 9 3 9

577 575 576 566 575 551

20 14 20 12 15 12

1125 1120 1119 1112 1107 1085

27 22 31 21 18 21

CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE LIMITED BUDZINSKI, EMORY 533 7 LANDSINGER, DUSTIN 524 6

547 508

13 2

1080 1032

20 8

$280.00

CHAMPIONSHIP SENIOR, FREESTYLE RUDDOCK, ALLAN 575 17 HARBAUGH, TONY 562 7 WILDE, DEE 559 11 KAPP, JOE 554 14 WARD, DONALD 562 9 COBLENTZ, TOM 560 12 CROWE, THOMAS 556 11 DENNING, KENNETH 542 10 WHITE, JACKIE 536 2 GIVEN, JIM 540 5 CAMPBELL, GLENN 536 9 BOYLAN, STEVE 527 9 HORN, ED 535 5 MAY, RAY 513 3 SMITH, RICHARD 552 8

588 589 584 585 577 578 580 580 585 574 563 568 558 543 552

23 27 24 16 12 24 21 21 15 12 10 21 14 10 8

1163 1151 1143 1139 1139 1138 1136 1122 1121 1114 1099 1095 1093 1056

40 34 35 30 21 36 32 31 17 17 19 30 19 13

$879.90 $483.00 $325.50 $224.70 $186.90

BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE FLIGHTS FLIGHT 1 WILPER, CHRIS 551 13 BECKMAN, ANDY 562 11 OHMAN, JERRY 559 15 LEVOS, CHAD 550 8 GEIST, ANNE 532 5 CERO, DAN 540 4 SHIPMAN, BOB 503 6

573 562 564 564 554 545 561

14 14 10 13 11 5 10

1124 1124 1123 1114 1086 1085 1064

27 25 25 21 16 9 16

$280.00 $168.00 $112.00

FLIGHT 2 HAKL, JULENE HANTEN, TODD MCCONNELL, TROY

542 552 531

6 11 5

1048 1045 1045

10 16 13

$210.00 $126.00 $84.00

506 493 514

4 5 8

Award

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DAY 1

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

KLUS ST, JOHN STEBNER, DEAN CERO, JAMES MOORE, ERIC

515 498 461 505

2 1 6 2

528 545 551 503

7 5 9 7

1043 1043 1012 1008

9 6 15 9

Award

FREESTYLE FLIGHTS FLIGHT 1 LEWIS, BILL GREENLIEF, RYAN MEYERS, ERIC JIROVSKY, ADAM BARNDT, RON SETHER, DILLON TUCEK, JON ALLEN, JEFF KNOLL, RHETT AHRENSTORFF, TODD HAKL, BILL SVEEEGGEN, STUART MANFULL, RAYMOND

569 570 564 565 564 548 563 562 561 547 548 553 547

15 13 6 13 8 8 21 9 11 9 10 15 6

574 573 578 574 573 587 568 569 568 580 576 570 572

17 12 19 19 14 20 16 20 19 8 25 15 17

1143 1143 1142 1139 1137 1135 1131 1131 1129 1127 1124 1123 1119

32 25 25 32 22 28 37 29 30 17 35 30 23

$381.29 $209.30 $141.05 $97.37 $80.99

FLIGHT 2 GOSLIN, RON PEARSON, BECKY PEARSON, FRANK ROWSON, DAVID RUSH,, WARREN WILPER, ERIC MINOR, SHANE PESCHONG, DWIGHT MYER, JAROD PAULEY, RICHARD CHADD, KOLTON MOULTON, JACK STEVENS, MICHAEL

535 537 544 544 550 543 543 535 529 539 535 543 544

7 9 9 5 6 6 12 8 8 7 4 9 8

573 570 563 560 554 560 559 565 570 558 561 552 551

13 19 11 8 7 14 16 13 14 8 11 17 11

1108 1107 1107 1104 1104 1103 1102 1100 1099 1097 1096 1095 1095

20 28 20 13 13 20 28 21 22 15 15 26 19

$326.82 $179.40 $120.90 $83.46 $69.42

FLIGHT 3 NANKIVEL, PRESTON CHRISTMAN, ED PAGEL, LOREN HESTER, GREG JOHANNESEN, BRAD HULBERT, MARIE

534 537 541 527 533 541

5 8 6 8 8 7

561 556 550 562 556 547

12 11 5 13 12 7

1095 1093 1091 1089 1089 1088

17 19 11 21 20 14

$299.59 $164.45 $110.83 $76.51 $63.64

DAY 1

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

SMITH, JOHN WILPLER, JACK JOHNSON, JESSE SMITH, LORA MONRAD, ROB SCHAFF, MIKE TUVESON, STEVE

536 525 514 519 510 514 508

5 7 5 5 4 5 6

549 556 562 553 554 543 543

7 14 11 8 6 10 6

1085 1081 1076 1072 1064 1057 1051

12 21 16 13 10 15 12

Award

FLIGHT 4 JONES, RUSSELL STEVENS, CHRISTINA VEEN, ARNIE BRABEC, JERRY NAUMAN, TOM JACKS, DAVID PAGEL, MARILYNN TUBBS, JIM GALVEZ, TITO JOHANNESEN, CHRIS SAUNDERS, TOM VAN LENT, JAMIE THOMAS, GRETCHEN

519 510 504 502 469 478 497 480 481 453 468 451 410

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

530 535 538 526 556 536 515 525 509 526 485 490 487

16 4 10 8 10 6 4 5 5 5 5 2 7

1049 1045 1042 1028 1025 1014 1012 1005 990 979 953 941 897

18 10 16 12 13 8 6 8 9 7 5 5 10

$272.35 $149.50 $100.75 $69.55 $57.85

FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHTS LANTZ, MIKE 509 BEERMAN, LOWELL 487 ANDERSON, DAVE 421

4 3 3

537 501 441

9 1 4

1046 988 862

13 4 7

$210.00

FREESTYLE LTD RECURVE FLIGHTS WIFLER, ALEX 524 6 WEARNE, DAVID 510 2 WILLIS, JAMEY 491 3 STRAUB, JON 456 5 ANTOINE, GARY 398 1 SWARTZFAGER, DENNIS 301 1

524 533 524 434 471 361

5 9 5 5 3 1

1048 1043 1015 890 869 662

11 11 8 10 4 2

$273.00 $147.00

COLLEGE FEMALE COMPOUND KLEIN, RAEANNE 460

3

522

3

982

6

COLLEGE MALE RECURVE EGGERS, BRETT 304

0

400

3

704

3

CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE SMITH, BRIANNE 571

22

571

20

1142

42

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DAY 1

GEIGLE, KELLIE BARTOS, HANNAH SEJNOHA, BRIANNA JENSEN, JOSIE

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

539 517 481 413

14 6 3 3

6 10 8 6

CUB FEMALE RECURVE HARRIS, EMMA CHANG, TAI MEI HANSON, MIRANDA

538 528 511

5 7 6

546 547 496

CUB MALE FREESTYLE COLLINS, BEAU JACKS II, DAVID WHITCOMB, JACOB GLASER, COLLIN WARREN, OWEN STEVENS, RILEY

585 575 527 500 444 472

20 23 0 5 4 6

CUB MALE RECURVE BARTOS, FISHER

306

Award

X’S

Award

1074 1045 973 862

20 16 11 9

10 12 0

1084 1075 1007

15 19 6

594 578 564 477 441 381

8 4 12 1 4 5

1179 1153 1091 977 885 853

28 27 12 6 8 11

0

322

4

628

4

YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE KELLER, LEXI 544 14 VEITH, MOLLY 545 7 GEIST, KAYLEE 499 4 BATY, JOLIE 449 4

574 568 539 481

13 13 6 1

1118 1113 1038 930

27 20 10 5

YOUNG ADULT FEMALE RECURVE ANDERSON, COURTNEY 400 2 BARTOS, CEDAR 327 3 JEFFCOAT, FAITH 252 0

440 331 304

4 1 2

840 658 556

6 4 2

YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE MANFULL, STEVEN 569 18 VEITH, JOSEPH 565 14 TUVESON, HUNTER 551 9 VANDERHEIDEN, SAMUEL 554 9 OLSON, ALEX 542 9 BERRY, HUNTER 551 8 KLUS JR, JOHN 536 6

580 576 576 568 576 557 558

20 14 18 15 17 12 13

1149 1141 1127 1122 1118 1108 1094

38 28 27 24 26 20 19

YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LTD AUGUSTIN, CORY 150 0

127

0

277

0

YOUNG ADULT RECURVE CHRISTOPHER, JOSHUA 381

381

1

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DAY 1

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

Award

DAY 1

Award

X’S

DAY 2

X’S

TOTAL

X’S

YOUTH FEMALE FREESTYLE WHITCOMB, ANNA 540 GLASER, ALEXUS 530 HAGEN, ALLYSSA 397 KEISER, GABRIELLE 423 SEJNOHA, ALEXIS 385 NELSON, MARY 195

5 8 1 1 0 1

564 549 446 412 377 195

13 11 2 0 3 1

1104 1079 843 835 762

18 19 3 1 3

YOUTH FEMALE RECURVE HUNHOFF, KENDRA 461 CHANG, CYAN 422 CRUZ, KC 337

2 2 0

481 464 353

4 0 2

942 886 690

6 2 2

YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE GOSLIN, JUSTIN 562 KOCOL, KODY 540 PETERSON, MATTHEW 557 FLEMING, BRENTON 546 GREEN, ROY 535 JACKSON, CODY 433 COOPER, MATT 389 TREMBLAY, KADE 553

11 11 14 5 7 2 3 17

581 586 566 562 564 533 387 553

13 28 8 11 15 8 1 17

1143 1126 1123 1108 1099 966 776

24 39 22 16 22 10 4

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SAVE THE DATE! Straight Arrow Bowhunters would like to invite you to mark your calendars for our 2013 3D tournaments in Redding, California! The Spring Warm-Up Cabin Fever will be on Sunday March 10, 2013 -ANDThe Western Classic will begin with the blind draw team event on Thursday May 2, 2013 and conclude Sunday May 5, 2013. SEE YOU THERE!! 20 Archery Magazine

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THE VEGAS SHOOT

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FORM February 8-10, 2013 South Point Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada

National Outdoor Championships

2012 Results

scores and photos of tournament winners from the Last Name

2012 National Outdoor Championships

First Name

Middle Initial

held in Mechanicsburg, PA | July 25 thru 29

Phone

Address City

Zip Code

State/Country

Date of Birth*

/

*For Junior Divisions Only

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Male

HIGH STYLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME HUNTER HUNTER HUNTER FIELD FIELD AFBB ROBINSON JULIE 433 420 433 419 443

Female

Soc Security*

-

-

*US Residents Only, Required for Prizes Over $600

Please check here to request wheelchair accommodations.

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CHAMPIONSHIP

FLIGHTS

JUNIOR

Pre-Registration Fee (on or before 01/15/2013)

$275

$175

$75

Late Registration Fee (on or after 01/16/2013)

$325

$225

CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Bowhunter Freestyle Freestyle Limited Compound Senior Freestyle Barebow

$125

FLIGHTS DIVISION Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Bowhunter Freestyle Freestyle Limited Compound Crossbow

JUNIOR DIVISIONS Please select one age division and one equipment division

Cub (Under 12 years) Youth (12-14 years) Young Adult (15-17 years)

Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Freestyle Limited Compound

FOR REGISTRATION BY MAIL OR FAX, PLEASE SEND COMPLETED FORM TO: World Archery Festival, 800 Archery Lane Yankton, SD 57078 Fax: (605) 260-9280 Credit Card #:

Exp. Date

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For Online Payment & Registration Please Visit www.TheVegasShoot.com

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL 443 458 1334

AFBB

BARRA

RACHEL

337

341

341

325

325

325

472

1138

AFBHFS

HAKL

JULENE

526

533

533

533

533

533

564

1630

AFBHFS

MCBRIDE

MELISSA

512

516

516

509

512

512

562

1590

AFBHFSL

LYNDE

LANA

418

430

430

408

398

408

522

1360

AFBHFSL

PETTITT

SANDY

399

424

424

363

387

387

473

1284

AFFS

COCHRAN

CARLI

551

x

551

551

X

551

568

1670

AFFS

KLOSTERMAN

LINDA

548

546

548

546

548

548

568

1664

542

536

542

539

522

522

FLIGHT 1

AFFS

WHITE

MELANIE

AFFS

DAVIS

CORINNE

537

539

570

1651

538

538

572

1632

AFFS

BUTTON

JESSICA

520

531

531

521

525

525

567

1623

AFFS

SNYDER

HEIDI

530

530

530

525

X

525

566

1621

AFFS

MORGAN

SHAUNA

523

523

526

526

565

1614

521

521

AFFS

HULBERT

MARIE

AFFS

TOMLIN

JESSICA

AFFS

PRICE

MEGAN

521

523

523

527

527

523

523

515

521

521

567

1611

517

517

564

1608

519

519

565

1607

FLIGHT 2 AFFS

MCGOWAN

COLLEEN

517

519

519

522

507

522

564

1605

AFFS

SARVER

CARMEN

515

526

526

510

514

514

555

1595

AFFS

MCROBERTS

BRANDY

510

519

519

510

513

513

551

1583

AFFS

ROWLAND

LISA

508

511

511

507

500

507

559

1577

501

504

504

502

507

507

AFFS

GARRISON

WENDY

AFFS

MENTZER

HEATHER

506

506

559

1569

489

489

563

1559

AFFS

DILLMAN

SUSAN

483

491

491

485

494

494

563

1548

AFFS

GIACCHETTI

MANDY

464

484

484

458

472

472

557

1513

AFFS

PEARCE

STACY

527

535

535

531

AFFSLR/L

EATON

ALLISON

441

446

446

417

417

417

510

1373

AFTRAD

MCCAIN

SANDY

438

445

445

406

433

433

524

1402

531

1066

AMBB

STARK

RICK

505

508

508

496

490

496

562

1566

AMBB

BACH

JON

486

497

497

501

493

501

561

1559

AMBB

WILSON

GILBERT

459

460

460

479

467

479

547

1486

AMBB

BAXTER

GLEN

466

463

466

458

481

481

537

1484

AMBB

BRIMAGER

RANDELL

470

468

470

474

X

474

524

1468

AMBB

NEBORSKY

JIM

417

432

432

417

398

417

510

1359

AMBH

POLAND

LYLE

442

446

446

414

455

455

526

1427

AMBH

BAXTER

DAVE

435

432

435

394

431

431

501

1367

AMBH

GIANNETTI

NICKOLAS

435

428

435

411

426

426

497

1358

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uring July 25 through July 29, Mechanicsburg Archers of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, hosted the NFAA 2012 Outdoor Field Championship. An enthusiastic group of 499 archers graced the five world-class archery ranges at the club. Many outstanding scores were posted, but most of the talk among the archers seemed to center on the high degree of professionalism that was exhibited by the host club— not only in the way that the ranges were prepared for the tournament, but by providing everything else that was necessary for a memorable archery experience! n

FLIGHT 1 AMBHFS

DEAN

JEREMY

548

549

549

550

549

550

580

1679

AMBHFS

WARNER

THOMAS

551

554

554

546

554

554

569

1677

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AMBHFS

MCBRIDE

GREG

537

538

538

537

539

539

568

1645

AMFS

NEAL

TRACY

548

548

540

540

572

1660

STONESIFER

MITCH

519

541

541

525

533

533

568

1642

AMFS

LARAMIE

WILLIAM

548

535

548

541

539

541

571

1660

AMBHFS

REIDER

CHARLES

542

529

545

545

523

542

542

573

1660

AMBHFS

STONESIFER

ANDY

548

536

536

575

1659

AMBHFS

HUMAN

JEFF

544

542

542

573

1659

542

542

541

547

547

533

x

542

534

534

534

534

526

535

535

565

1642

AMFS

PRIESTER

CHRIS

534

542

542

565

1641

AMFS

SCHWARTZTRAUBER

PHILIP

548

535

535

567

1636

AMFS

WARF

JEFF

544 534

AMBHFS

SPECHT

MEL

533

526

533

532

527

532

570

1635

AMFS

ROWLAND

JAY

AMBHFS

KOHLER

TERRY

533

531

533

536

533

536

566

1635

AMFS

WINKER

JOHN

AMBHFS

HATHAWAY

KURTIS

523

536

536

525

514

525

569

1630

AMBHFS

GARRISON

SCOTT

AMBHFS

MOSER

CHRIS

527

522

527

531

531

529

AMFS

KOPPENHAVER

JIM

AMFS

MCROBERTS

ERIC

530

538

546

546

545

545

540

AMFS

WOLOSZYN

DAVE

539

546

546

541

544

544

567

1657

POE

MICHAEL

550

541

550

533

533

533

573

1656

HULME

MICHAEL

546

541

546

538

534

538

571

1655

535

540

540

536

544

544

527

527

531

525

531

564

1622

AMFS

528

520

527

527

566

1621

FLIGHT 4

519

522

569

1616

AMFS

COPELAND

GREG

524

567

1608

AMFS

MAYBERRY

MARK

AMBHFS

SHUCK

JERRY

525

523

525

522

AMBHFS

SCARBOROUGH

RAY

517

507

517

524

516

516

509

525

525

566

1607

AMFS

CUSTER

BRIAN

531

539

539

516

518

520

523

523

564

1605

AMFS

MCKENZIE

DARYL

541

545

545

498

541

542

542

542

536

541

542

537

538

538

512

AMBHFS

MCAVOY

RANDY

WILSON

EDWARD

AMBHFSL

AUSTIN

OLIVER

AMBHFSL

ALLEN

DAVID

BOUTIN

JOHN

515

515

470

470

470

468

470

461

469

469

501

506

506

508

508

561

1584

AMFS

HARTING

COREY

541

494

494

554

1518

AMFS

KENLEY

ROBERT

538

AMFS

GONZALES

VIRGILIO

542

472

475

475

534

1479

AMFS

COLIN

TERRY

460

X

460

528

1457

489

X

489

554

1549

FLIGHT 1 AMFS

WILLIAMS

DOUGLAS

557

556

557

554

556

556

582

1695

541

573

1653

542

566

1653

542

570

1653

537

537

572

1651

537

570

1649

543

543

567

1648

SEAN

538

536

538

537

544

544

566

1648

535

542

542

540

X

540

565

1647

AMFS

HAMLIN

WILLIAM

534

532

534

539

542

542

571

1647

AMFS

BECHTOLD

GREG

546

529

546

529

525

529

570

1645

533

544

AMFS

PAINTER

MATTHEW

AMFS

RYCROFT

ZACHARY

BRADLEY

555

557

557

549

555

555

582

1694

AMFS

PATCHER

JOHN

557

551

557

552

551

552

580

1689

AMFS

CARROLL

DEAN

540

FLIGHT 5 520

AMFS

WEIBLEY

JON

552

554

554

551

556

556

579

1689

AMFS

ZMUGINSKY

SKIP

552

555

555

550

552

552

580

1687

AMFS

ADAMS

TROY

AMFS

ABERNETHY

GARRETT

554

x

554

556

X

556

574

1684

AMFS

CUSTER

DAVID

552

552

551

552

552

579

1683

AMFS

MORNINGSTAR

GLEN

553

549

553

553

552

553

577

1683

AMFS

KOCSAN

MICHAEL

TONY

541 542

ALAN

MARK

CRAIG

1654 1654

MCKENTY

BAKER JR

BIANES

574 570

AVERY

PASMORE

VOORN

540 540

AMFS

AMFS

AMFS

532

540 540

AMFS

AMFS

AMFS

1657 1657

AMFS

528

AMBHFS

571 571

1628

511

518

540 541

1627

524

CHRIS

540 541

570

DANNY

NELSON

1659 1658

568

STEVE

SCHMIDT

573 571

531

SHUCK

MENGEL

544 540

528

JENKINS

AMBHFS

544 540

531

AMBHFS

AMBHFS

542

528

AMBHFS

AMCXB

541

540

540

531

536

536

539

538

538

537

540

538

537

537

530

538

538

544

560

1644

539

568

1643

536

536

567

1641

540

540

561

1641

532

532

571

1640

537

537

565

1640

x

541

533

533

565

1639

544

544

534

534

561

1639

AMFS

STRALEY

FRANK

551

541

551

551

555

555

576

1682

AMFS

MAICH

DAVID

532

535

535

537

X

537

567

1639

AMFS

REGA

BRAD

539

548

548

538

551

551

582

1681

AMFS

FERRIE

DAVID

538

527

538

535

532

535

563

1636

523

1634

AMFS

SETHER

DILLON

551

552

552

548

550

550

578

1680

AMFS

GERRISH

MIKE

542

x

542

AMFS

PESTILLI

MICHAEL

548

550

550

549

551

551

579

1680

AMFS

MAESTRI

DANTE

538

x

538

AMFS

HAGANS

BRETT

549

553

553

543

553

553

572

1678

AMFS

DZURKO

CRAIG

533

527

533

528

X

523

569

528

528

565

1631

532

532

566

1631

AMFS

JASA

DAN

551

551

546

550

550

575

1676

AMFS

HANSON

SCOTT

534

534

534

528

X

528

568

1630

AMFS

LANE

DAN

547

552

552

550

549

550

574

1676

AMFS

ROWSON

DAVID

534

527

534

525

529

529

567

1630

AMFS

HOHN

BARRY

532

532

531

531

567

1630

MONAHAN

CORY

540

549

549

546

549

549

576

1674

AMFS

SUSEN

ANDREW

531

528

531

534

528

534

565

1630

552

552

550

550

570

1672

AMFS

HARRISON

DAVID

527

529

529

530

X

530

570

1629

549

547

549

542

544

544

578

1671

AMFS

GIOIOSI

GREGORY

534

536

536

531

524

531

562

1629

FLIGHT 6 526

FLIGHT 2 AMFS AMFS

PALM

CLINT

AMFS

MAGROGAN

JOE

AMFS

MAX

JERRY

552

547

552

543

544

544

575

1671

AMFS

HAYDEN

JAY

534

545

545

537

551

551

575

1671

AMFS

WERNER

KEITH

529

529

AMFS

REID

JEFF

539

548

548

551

551

551

572

1671

AMFS

BENNER

GREG

530

530

AMFS

HUTCHENS

LOCKSLEY

549

550

550

550

551

551

570

1671

AMFS

FITZGERALD

ROBERT

AMFS

CARTIA

JOE

551

550

551

546

544

546

573

1670

AMFS

LEIBRANDT

CHARLIE

546

550

550

247

545

545

AMFS

MARLOW

MICHAEL

AMFS

MATTHEWS

MIKE

AMFS

ALFONSO JR

ALAN

AMFS

HAKL

BILL

542

548

548

548

548

AMFS

HERBERT

RALPH

544

544

AMFS

BROOKS

JOE

550

550

AMFS

HARRIS

TONY

543

AMFS

ENO

BRIAN

544

AMFS

SCUDNER

EVAN

536

AMFS

RAYMOND

KEN

544

AMFS

FEVELLA

JASON

536

536 548

547

547

573

1670

AMFS

SCHULTZ

DAVE

550

550

574

1669

AMFS

KELCH

TODD

542

542

578

1668

AMFS

LINAHAN

STEVEN

540

540

577

1665

AMFS

KULP

GREG

November/December 2012

535

535

524

532

532

525

525

525

521

525

506 515

526

568

1623

527

562

1619

518

518

565

1618

521

519

521

564

1617

512

512

566

1603

508

504

508

556

1589

506

519

505

515

507

519

563

1588

507

561

1583

547

574

1665

AMFS

SARVER

DAVID

498

506

506

510

521

521

555

1582

X

548

566

1664

AMFS

PACE

JOSEPH

508

501

508

486

510

510

560

1578

507

513

513

557

1577

506

513

506

507

507

555

1575

543

548

X

548

572

1663

AMFS

CABRAL

DANIEL

507

544

534

548

548

571

1663

AMFS

COBB

JIM

513

AMFS

LEPERA

MICHAEL

472

547

547

543

X

543

572

1662

AMFS

REYNOLDS

PERCY

544

544

544

574

1662

AMFS

WHITE

JESSIE

534

536

547

530

547

578

1661

x

X 527

547

FLIGHT 3

n

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL

AMBHFS

FLIGHT 2

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488

503

503

515

515

556

1574

508

508

509

509

552

1569

504

504

496

496

557

1557

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AMFS

LEPERA

RALPH

494

500

500

501

501

553

AMFS

MILCOFF

ADAM

484

x

484

503

503

564

1551

AMFS

JASPER

RICK

494

503

503

496

496

528

1527

AMFS

WOLFF

GREGG

462

462

472

472

556

1490

AMFSL

MCCORMICK

TODD

513

514

514

513

504

513

568

1595

AMFSL

DONAHOO

PAUL

523

x

523

513

512

513

543

1579

AMFSL

GRESHOCK

JOHN

506

508

508

495

491

495

560

1563

505

505

493

495

470

468

AMFSL

LANDRUM

DENSEL

489

AMFSL

HELMUTH

BRAD

470

485

1554

495

555

1555

468

520

1458

AMFSLR/L

BALDOWSKI

PHILLIP

486

494

494

484

481

484

562

1540

AMFSLR/L

CULLINGS

DONOVAN

455

489

489

463

471

471

552

1512

AMFSLR/L

COLEMAN

STEVEN

460

462

462

421

447

447

557

1466

AMFSLR/L

WHEELER

TIM

419

426

426

426

405

426

528

1380

AMFSLR/L

WIFLER

ALEX

x

X

0

AML

BLAKELOCK

PAUL

242

228

228

AMTRAD

ORLIC

MICHAEL

AMTRAD

LIGHT

MICHAEL

363

242

400

400

363

363

352

0 325

795

392

392

513

1305

346

352

437

1152

AMTRAD

BLOOMFIELD

MIKE

326

326

339

339

421

1086

AMTRAD

WILLIAMS

MARK

268

268

268

268

409

945

CFFSL

COLETTI

MORGAN

394

394

418

418

491

1303

CFFSLR/L

BAIRD

DANA

478

478

479

479

535

1492

CMFS

CUSTER

EVAN

555

547

555

553

553

569

1677

CMFS

BACH

JONNY

439

450

450

487

429

487

553

1490

CMFS

GARRISON

HUNTER

463

463

478

477

478

532

1473

CMFSL

WELLER

LOGAN

486

469

486

447

480

480

523

1489

497

508

508

568

1593

501

501

554

1565

484

484

545

1519

111

140

349

MSFFS

PORTUESI

RIT

517

507

517

MSFFS

MCMURRAY

GWEN

510

x

510

MSFFS

FRAZIER

KITTY

490

488

490

484

MSFFSL

MUSSER

LINDA

98

98

111

MSMBB

CLEM

DAVID

481

484

484

483

468

483

545

1512

MSMBB

CLINE

DENNIS

471

481

481

471

486

486

543

1510

MSMBB

HANLON

DICK

477

477

456

456

523

1456

MSMBB

CLINE

STEVE

453

460

460

447

458

458

508

1426

MSMBB

SORRELL

JAMES

438

445

445

438

455

455

510

1410

MSMBB

VRABEL

WILLIAM

416

432

432

427

420

427

517

1376

MSMBB

LAIRD

JIM

427

x

427

423

490

1373

MSMBB

TRAVIS

LOUIS

371

371

381

537

908

456

Historic Bow (HB)

FLIGHT 1

Longbow – (LB) Historic Bow (HB)

Bowhunter Compound – (BHC) Bowhunter Compound – (BHC) Bowhunter Unlimited – (BHU) Bowhunter Unlimited – (BHU) Bowhunter Limited – (BHL) Bowhunter Limited – (BHL) Longbow – (LB)

Bowhunter Recurve – (BHR) Bowhunter Recurve – (BHR)

Barebow Compound – (BBC) Barebow Compound – (BBC)

Barebow Recurve – (BBR) Barebow Recurve – (BBR)

Freestyle Limited Compound (FSLC) Freestyle Limited Compound (FSLC)

Names

Freestyle Limited Recurve – (FSLR) Freestyle Limited Recurve – (FSLR)

Names

Adult Division-17 and over (A) Adult Division-17 and over (A)

Professional (P) Professional (P)

For FAA Use Only

Junior – 13-16 (J)(J) (No Historic) Junior – 13-16 (No Historic)

For FAA Use Only

Veteran Division5555 and over (V) Veteran Divisionand over (V)

Total__________

Freestyle Unlimited – (FSU) Freestyle Unlimited – (FSU)

Total__________

Female – (F) Female – (F)

Check_________

Male – (M) Male – (M)

Cash__________ Cash__________ Check_________

– Under (No BowhunterororHistoric) Historic) CubCub – Under 13 13 (C)(C) (No Bowhunter

NOTE:If you If yougive givethe theregistration registrationchairman chairman your your NFAA NFAA shooting thethe appropriate IFAA conversion NOTE: shootingstyle/division, style/division,hehewill willmake make appropriate IFAA conversion

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL

Totals

Totals

MSMFS

WHEATON

ROGER

538

548

548

535

545

545

574

1667

MSMFS

HIX

LARRY

531

541

541

544

546

546

574

1661

539

1651

MSMFS

MILLER

RODNEY

529

542

542

527

539

570

MSMFS

PRIDGEN

DEAN

538

x

538

536

536

573

1647

MSMFS

NEWKIRK

NEIL

542

542

532

532

572

1646

MSMFS

WALKER

RONALD

531

MSMFS

WILSON

ROGER

541

x

531

535

541

533

538

538

574

1643

533

566

1640

MSMFS

GRADE

DOUG

526

536

536

535

X

535

567

1638

MSMFS

PEARSON

FRANK

526

531

531

534

536

536

570

1637

MSMFS

REICHERT

ED

538

x

538

528

X

528

568

1634

MSMFS

FOURNIER

JOHN

521

533

533

527

532

532

567

1632

MSMFS

THURMAN

JAMES

531

531

534

534

565

1630

MSMFS

HURLEY

JOHN

537

526

537

522

514

522

569

1628

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MSMFS

MILLS

RUSTY

534

534

521

526

526

568

1628

MSMFS

WILSON

MIKE

518

529

529

528

530

530

566

1625

VICKERS

JEFFREY

525

526

526

523

529

529

568

1623

523

523

523

533

531

524

FLIGHT 2 MSMFS MSMFS

RUSSO

CHUCK

523

MSMFS

GEHMAN

DARREL

531

WOODCOME

EDMOND

MSMFSL

MAY

CHARLES O

MSMFSL

WORRILL

LARRY

457

457

430

401

430

542

1429

373

68

409

409

514

1296

405

x

405

499

904

X

0

540

540

558

577

1687

547

547

581

1675

501

518

518

573

1620

MSMFSL

PARKER

TC

522

522

572

1617

MSMFSL

PETTENGILL

PATRICK

X

BAILEY

SHERMAN

508

526

526

510

517

1507

373

521

MSMFS

1583

557

406

529

529

558

459

344

523

520

515

X

WILLIS L.

529

526

X

459

ALFRED

523

525

515

491

CLARK

505

526

510

491

TOWLER

508 525

510 453

MSMFSL

RANDALL JOHN

408

MSMFSL

PAUL ED

0

1623

SMITH DAVIDSON

X

1622

LOCKE FEESE

408

567

MSMFS MSMFS

x

567

MSMFS MSMFS

408

533

X

x

529

562

1617

520

571

1616

PFFS

VAN NATTA

JAMIE

552

551

552

517

570

1613

PFFS

COLIN

CHRISTIE

538

547

547

558

MSMFS

CUSHMAN

JIM

514

536

536

522

517

522

555

1613

PFFS

LORENTI

BRITTANY

544

546

546

548

548

548

578

1672

MSMFS

MUSSER

TEX

520

506

520

523

506

523

569

1612

PFFS

PEARCE

PAIGE

544

549

549

546

545

546

577

1672

MSMFS

BENTY

DAVE

502

522

522

525

X

525

565

1612

PFFS

MCCLEAN

FIONA

537

545

545

550

543

550

577

1672

MSMFS

MARTIN

LARRY

528

520

528

525

517

525

559

1612

PFFS

WATSON

DIANE

547

545

547

549

546

549

574

1670

526

514

MSMFS

BAUERNFEIND

JOSEPH

520

MSMFS

WALKER

LARRY

529

MSMFS

PAYNE

PAUL

525

525

526

514

529

521

525

519

516

514

571

1611

PFFS

MCHENRY

ALICIA

541

546

546

541

544

544

572

1662

521

561

1611

PFFS

LANCE

SARAH

539

540

540

546

536

546

575

1661

519

564

1608

539

539

575

1656

545

545

567

1653

529

565

1629

MSMFS

OVERFELT

JAMES

523

511

523

516

518

518

566

1607

MSMFS

BROWN

JIM

506

516

516

516

522

522

566

1604

PFFS

NEAL

SAMANTHA

542

542

PFFS

MOLLENHAUER

SERENA

538

541

541

542

PFFS

KLAWITTER

CHERI

535

523

535

529

MSMFS

WHITEHOUSE

DAN

513

502

513

508

529

529

561

1603

PMFS

BROADWATER

JESSE

557

559

559

560

559

560

585

1704

MSMFS

BORG

JAMES

511

513

513

525

X

525

563

1601

PMFS

WOODY

KENDALL

556

559

559

559

558

559

584

1702

MSMFS

ORTH

RICHARD

508

515

515

MSMFS

NORRIS

BOBBY

506

526

526

504

517

517

567

1599

PMFS

GILLINGHAM

TIM

559

557

559

557

554

557

584

1700

X

504

568

1598

PMFS

COUSINS

DAVE

559

INC

559

555

555

555

585

1699

MSMFS

MOYER

WALTER

515

502

515

510

515

515

567

1597

PMFS

GELLENTHIEN

BRADEN

559

559

559

558

558

558

582

1699

MSMFS

MYERS

CHARLIE

522

520

522

515

510

515

560

1597

PMFS

WILDE

LOGAN

553

558

558

556

557

557

583

1698

MSMFS

JOYCE

DOUG

522

524

524

525

523

525

547

1596

PMFS

PRICE

DUANE

556

550

556

558

547

558

584

1698

MSMFS

FOOTE

WALTER

527

528

528

525

528

528

539

1595

PMFS

WILDE

REO

558

554

558

559

559

559

580

1697

MSMFS

LENHART

STAN

519

519

510

510

563

1592

PMFS

WILLET, JR

RODGER

544

557

557

555

556

556

581

1694

MSMFS

BARBERA

LEW

501

512

512

517

518

518

562

1592

PMFS

ANDERSON

MICHAEL

552

559

559

551

554

554

580

1693

MSMFS

SHUEY

GLENN

513

x

513

518

517

518

557

1588

PMFS

CLELAND

BEN

555

556

556

557

550

557

580

1693

MSMFS

KARNIS

WAYNE

0

515

515

510

X

510

562

1587

PMFS

WILLS

SHANE

554

556

556

558

554

558

579

1693

MSMFS

DEVONO

ROBIN

513

513

513

560

1586

513

FLIGHT 4

PMFS

LEITER

MIKE

553

556

556

555

554

555

581

1692

PMFS

BINGER

JOSHUA

553

556

556

555

556

556

580

1692

MSMFS

TULLER

AL

508

508

511

511

564

1583

PMFS

WILKEY

KEVIN

549

556

556

556

556

556

580

1692

MSMFS

MARCEAU

CHARLIE

513

513

512

512

553

1578

PMFS

MORGAN

ROB

553

557

557

554

559

559

576

1692

507

507

511

498

516

508

511

559

1577

PMFS

TRILLUS

DIETMAR

558

555

558

554

551

554

579

1691

516

562

1576

PMFS

REEDINGER

ROBERT

555

554

555

553

556

556

578

1689

556

580

1689

557

557

575

1688

MSMFS

SAWYER

GLEN

504

MSMFS

LANEY

DENNIS

498

MSMFS

SHELIGA

DOUGLAS

504

x

504

508

X

508

563

1575

PMFS

KLAWITTER

GLEN

544

553

553

556

MSMFS

WILL

DON

500

506

506

494

502

502

566

1574

PMFS

DEATON

BRIDGER

555

556

556

555

549

554

554

552

552

552

MSMFS

AVERY JR

OJ

502

514

514

484

504

504

550

1568

PMFS

BASS

HENRY

MSMFS

GALATZ

RALPH

497

507

507

499

501

501

559

1567

PMFS

TAZZA

TONY

545

552

581

1687

555

555

579

1686

MSMFS

FRAZIER

WALTER

494

510

510

499

494

499

553

1562

PMFS

PERO IV

JOHN

552

547

552

555

555

575

1682

MSMFS

MORLOCK

CHARLES

478

492

492

475

493

493

562

1547

PMFS

SCHLEUSNER

GRANT

552

553

553

550

550

578

1681

MSMFS

PAUL

RICHARD

498

MSMFS

LUONGO

FREDERICK

MSMFS

WOODS

ROBERT

489

MSMFS

BENNETT

JAMES

MSMFS

DESTON

ROBERT

x

498

485

489

489

557

1544

PMFS

POOLE

GREG

554

553

554

554

482

482

500

X

500

553

1535

PMFS

GRESHOCK

JED

547

546

547

548

541

489

487

487

557

1533

PMFS

COOLEY

CHUCK

553

553

548

548

571

1672

492

506

506

476

463

476

550

1532

PMFS

BUTTON

JEFF

542

547

547

548

543

548

576

1671

474

476

476

499

X

499

555

1530

539

X

FLIGHT 5

n

MSMFS

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL

524

FLIGHT 3

28 Archery Magazine

HIGH STYLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME HUNTER HUNTER HUNTER FIELD FIELD

PMFS

DESTON

CHRIS

PMFS

CLARK

RUSSELL

539

539

543

533

533

536

554

573

1681

548

579

1674

543

572

1654

536

567

1636

MSMFS

MCCONNELL

BILL

474

501

501

471

X

471

556

1528

PMFS

FITZGERALD

RYAN

521

538

538

532

522

532

565

1635

MSMFS

TARRY

DAVID

482

497

497

487

471

487

542

1526

PMFS

ULICKEY

JOSH

535

525

535

518

X

518

576

1629

488

488

481

501

501

532

1521

PMFS

TRAIL

KEITH

542

x

542

X

0

579

1121

482

492

X

492

541

1515

MSMFS

BROWN

E. BEN

466

MSMFS

LEPERA

MIKE

482

MSMFS

WENZEL

JERRY

473

MSMFS

MAGEE SR

WARREN

499

473

MSMFS

PERRIGOY SR

CHARLES

475

x

MSMFS

KNOX III

JOHN R

462

MSMFS

AUSTIN

TIM

400

MSMFS

MAY

RAY

524

MSMFS

LIGUORI

AL

MSMFS

LEBLANC

CEDRIC

November/December 2012

x

473

470

473

473

558

1504

PMFSL

GENTRY

ROBERT

529

536

536

529

522

529

565

1630

499

458

465

465

533

1497

PMFSL

BUDZINSKI

EMORY

511

514

514

523

X

523

570

1607

475

473

463

473

532

1480

462

448

448

536

1446

PMR

PERRY

BRYAN

414

399

414

391

380

391

507

1312

400

353

353

454

1207

524

517

SFBB

ST CLAIR

CLAUDIA

341

387

387

381

358

381

444

1212

inc

478

x

478

X

517

X

0

X

0

1041 540

540 478

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national outdoor championships | continued from page 29 HIGH STYLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME HUNTER HUNTER HUNTER FIELD FIELD SFBHFS

JONES

MARCIA

505

SFBHFS

TOWNSEND

LINDA

501

SFBHFS

CLAWSON

JULIE

475

SFBHFS

HABRUKOWICH

JEAN

490

505

506

501

477

489

489

480

451

451

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL 566

1577

HIGH STYLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME HUNTER HUNTER HUNTER FIELD FIELD SMFS

GROSSL

JOHN

527

532

532

529

SMFS

SMITH

WALTER

532

531

532

529

X

506 477

541

1519

SMFS

VANDUSEN

CARL

525

520

525

538

481

481

540

1510

SMFS

SMITH

MARK

524

529

529

526

470

470

537

1458

530 529

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL 530

570

1632

529

570

1631

538

568

1631

526

572

1627

SMFS

JONES

KEVIN

537

535

537

514

523

523

566

1626

SMFS

SHELGREN

BRAD

528

527

528

527

526

527

570

1625 1623

SFFS

PEARSON

BECKY

549

542

549

539

540

540

571

1660

SMFS

WILSON

BOB

532

526

532

524

523

524

567

SFFS

WEINSTEIN

SUE

534

537

537

532

538

538

566

1641

SMFS

LOFTEN

BILL

525

x

525

527

X

527

570

1622

SFFS

SMITH

LORA

524

526

526

513

523

523

561

1610

SMFS

ANDRUS

ROBERT

521

521

530

530

569

1620

SFFS

MARRIER

DARLENE

515

511

515

510

503

510

562

1587

SMFS

VANZILE

STEVE

527

510

527

517

522

522

570

1619

SFFS

WYATT

JOYCE

496

x

496

508

X

508

555

1559

SMFS

LAUDICINA

JOHN

529

531

531

523

519

523

565

1619

SFFS

VANDUSEN

TRACY

498

x

498

473

502

502

526

1526

SMFS

LACKEY

JOHN

502

530

530

527

SFFS

THORSTENSON

DJ

464

469

469

505

440

505

548

1522

SMFS

BARRY

MICAHEL

526

526

SFFS

PETERSON

GAIL

491

x

491

465

465

541

1497

FLIGHT 3

SFFS

SHELGREN

TRUDY

457

x

457

465

440

465

499

1421

SMFS

WYATT

JACKIE

521

x

521

521

SFFS

CIULLA

KATHLEEN

434

x

434

202

X

202

481

1117

SMFS

KANTER

JOHN

519

528

528

520

SMFS

TINCHER

STEVE

518

518

521

521

567

1606

SFFSL

BLICKENSTAFF

SUE

439

448

448

436

454

454

537

1439

SMFS

LECLAIR

JIM

521

525

525

514

516

516

562

1603

SFFSL

PARKER

LINDA

447

426

447

447

447

510

1404

1602

513

527

561

1618

514

514

570

1610

X

521

565

1607

520

558

1606

SMFS

SMITH

JOHN

516

520

520

515

510

515

567

SMFS

IRELAND

DAVID

516

x

516

516

X

516

570

1602

PARSONS

RANDY

516

522

522

509

519

519

560

1601

SFFSLR/L

WALTER

LYNN

432

435

435

405

411

411

529

1375

SMFS SMFS

PECK

RALPH

503

518

518

513

515

515

567

1600

SMBB

MASON

JOHN

460

476

476

464

473

473

537

1486

SMFS

MIKOLAY

JOHN

514

517

517

514

507

514

568

1599

512

512

516

516

564

1592

514

514

509

509

561

1584

524

529

529

529

1582

SMBB

GURCHENSKY

KENNETH

416

459

459

452

436

452

522

1433

SMFS

LAUERSDORF

ROGER

SMBB

ST CLAIR

RONNIE

452

421

452

432

357

432

542

1426

SMFS

STEBNER

DEAN

SMBB

HAMILTON

RALPH

344

x

344

314

314

473

1131

SMFS

MOHN

WILLIAM

524

FLIGHT 4 SMBH

MCCAIN

GARY

483

496

496

486

484

486

541

1523

SMFS

BINGER

STEVEN

505

508

508

496

509

509

564

1581

SMBH

HOEFT

JOHNNIE

361

335

361

320

324

324

432

1117

SMFS

WOLFE

BARRY

500

508

508

510

512

512

560

1580

SMFS

HARRIS

JIM

501

514

514

501

501

556

1571

SMBHFS

SETZER

MATT

538

541

541

542

537

542

570

1653

SMFS

WIGGINS

JULIUS

504

504

504

504

561

1569

SMBHFS

COOK

STEVE

532

528

532

540

X

540

568

1640

SMFS

MCDAVID

TONY

500

500

510

510

547

1557

SMBHFS

ARNOLD

BARRY

526

535

535

537

537

537

563

1635

SMFS

DEBACCO

RICH

507

545

1553 1539

507

SMBHFS

MARRIER

GARY

525

523

525

534

529

534

573

1632

SMFS

MITZEL

ROBERT

477

477

506

506

556

PRICE

H. DONALD

530

533

533

528

525

528

568

1629

SMFS

MEEKER JR

FREDERICK

496

x

496

479

X

479

540

1515

SMBHFS

EATON

TIM

522

524

524

524

526

526

567

1617

SMFS

BROWN

AUGUSTUS

476

478

478

462

478

478

553

1509

515

522

SMFS

KOCH

EDWARD DANIEL

450

450

425

425

550

1425

SMFS

BASS

HARVEY

439

446

1321

SMFS

WEED

LARRY

554

554

SMBHFS

SHIPMAN

BOB

SMBHFS

HABRUKOWICH

PHIL

SMBHFS

KIBLER

HARRY

514

515

507

507

510

512

512

SMBHFS

BOBROWSKI

CHARLES

496

496

GOLDING

JEFFREY

491

483

491

485

SMBHFS

CLAWSON

JIM

480

X

480

480

SMBHFS

STONESIFER

MICHAEL

SMBHFSL

REISS

DAVID

SMBHFSL

LITTLE

JIM

481

x

481

446

446

517

522

565

1602

514

514

554

1575

500

556

1568

500

SMBHFS

474

488

488

543

1527

489

489

545

1525

480

545

1505

541

541

478

478

543

1502

464

464

527

1437

SMFS

BURNS

JIM

546

549

549

550

542

550

577

1676

SMFS

MILLER

CD

547

542

547

545

536

545

576

1668

SMFS

BRADWAY

JC

548

549

549

546

546

546

573

1668

SMFS

WHOBREY

HAROLD “EDDIE”

547

546

547

543

540

543

575

1665

SMFS

BREYA

JOSEPH

539

539

539

546

546

571

1656

436

436

439

SMFSL

HERSCHELL

VINCE

511

509

511

500

509

509

565

1585

SMFSL

HRYN

DAVE

510

510

510

509

513

513

558

1581

SMFSL

EAST

DALE

498

504

504

506

505

506

556

1566

SMFSL

MOSSER

FRANK

491

498

498

496

478

496

556

1550

SMFSL

GLASS

ALLEN

502

498

502

497

488

497

542

1541

SMFSL

CONKLIN SR

SAM

486

491

491

487

488

488

557

1536

SMFSL

BEYERS

JEFFREY

484

473

484

471

489

489

550

1523

SMFSL

RADDIE

ANDREW

494

492

494

483

483

483

541

1518

SMFSL

SHINDLE

WILLIAM

472

472

450

450

545

1467

SMFSL

WALLACE

DENNIS

463

463

465

465

533

1461

SMFSL

MOORE

KEN

450

421

450

452

452

522

1424

SMFSL

BLICKENSTAFF

DAVID

456

471

471

461

461

477

1409

425

SMFS

SKLANEY

EDWARD

540

547

547

540

542

542

566

1655

SMFSLR/L

MCCARTY

MIKE

458

461

461

454

461

461

536

1458

SMFS

GALLAHER

THOMAS

528

543

543

524

536

536

573

1652

SMFSLR/L

NICHOLSON

KIRK

439

421

439

431

451

451

530

1420

SMFS

DIMASCIO

DAVID

537

547

547

534

521

534

570

1651

SMFSLR/L

ROBINSON

STEVE

440

444

444

410

428

428

516

1388

SMFS

FRAME

JARRETT

520

542

542

521

536

536

572

1650

SMFSLR/L

WALTER

DENNIS

375

410

410

400

398

400

489

1299

541

541

534

529

532

537

SMFS

TOWNSEND

DAVID

528

SMFS

PETTITT

JAMES

532

534

570

1645

SMFSLR/L

LYSNE

EARL

375

397

397

391

393

393

507

1297

537

571

1640

SMFSLR/L

YOKIEL

PHILIP

374

374

374

363

383

383

461

1218

SMFS

CARDARELLI

RICK

533

529

533

521

532

532

572

1637

SMFSLR/L

SCHNITZSPAHN

RUSSELL

320

359

359

314

350

350

454

1163

SMFS

CUNNINGHAM

BOB

539

538

539

528

516

528

569

1636

SMFSLR/L

NIEDWICK

MICHAEL

366

360

366

324

355

355

424

1145

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ADULTS/SENIOR Barebow Bowhunter Bowhunter Freestyle Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Traditional Freestyle Limited Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve Longbow Crossbow Style

MASTER SENIOR (OVER 65) Barebow Freestyle Freestyle Limited CUB/YOUTH/YOUNG ADULT Barebow Freestyle Freestyle Limited Freestyle Ltd Rec/Longbow

PROFESSIONAL Freestyle Freestyle Limited Recurve NASP DIVISION $5 ENTRY FEE Medallion Awards Only Elementary Middle School High School

Saturday Shooting Times 7:00 am 11:00 am 3:30 pm All Professional members will shoot 11:00 am line on Saturday Non Professionals may request a preferred Saturday time. Requests will be honored as space is available. 1st Choice

2nd Choice

FOR REGISTRATION BY MAIL OR FAX, PLEASE SEND COMPLETED FORM TO: NFAA, 800 Archery Lane Yankton, SD 57078 Fax: (605) 260-9280 Credit Card #: Check#

Exp. Date COD #

Security Code

NFAA Lifetime Member #

All registrations are subject to a $25 cancellation fee. All cancellations must be received in writing before the tournament begins. Payments made to the WAF that are insufficient or invalid will incur a fee up to $50.

For Online Payment & Registration, Please Visit www.NFAAIndoorNational.com

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SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS Edited by NFAA Headquarters

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

state field hunter animal total

Master Senior Male Freestyle

Doug Grade WI Walt Moyer MI Larry Martin MI Don Will IL Douglas Sheliga OH Rocky Kline IN Bill Dapprich MI

528 524 515 494 499 482 202

Master Senior Female Freestyle

495 507 278 1280

Rit Portuesi MI

Robert Laitinen WI Mike Holman OH

GREAT LAKES SECTION Rocky Kline, Councilman rlkline1@comcast.net

state field hunter animal total Pro Male Freestyle Scott Starnes IN 558 557 291 1406 Lee Gibbs WI 556 555 291 1402 Joe Stagg MI 545 551 289 1385 543 546 289 1378 Jeff Button WI Colin Jones WI 523 537 287 1347 John Dumar MI 527 530 285 1342 Rick Hotchkiss MI 526 532 284 1342 Fiona McClean ONT 543 542 283 1368 Dee Starnes IN 521 535 283 1339

Pro Female Freestyle

554 546 547 543 535 539 526 521 518

290 287 288 281 285 283 285 280 282

1397 1370 1366 1359 1355 1343 1341 1340 1302

Sammy Conklin II MI 548 553 288 1389 Craig Voorn MI 545 554 287 1386 Travis Johnson MI 545 551 288 1384 Skip Zmuginsky III OH 548 552 283 1383 Dan Lane OH 542 550 288 1380 Justin Fuller MI 540 543 287 1370 Sean McKenty ONT 534 546 282 1362 David Maich ONT 527 537 288 1352 Ken Bullion OH 539 0 288 827 Adult Male Freestyle

Flight 2 Joe Ziegler MI 527 542 284 1353 Tony Holman OH 525 543 283 1351 Ryan Parker MI 523 538 282 1343 Brian Thompson OH 516 523 284 1323 Francis Kephart MI 507 524 282 1313 Scott Hanson MI 515 515 281 1311 Mike Stefanini OH 508 516 279 1303 34 Archery Magazine

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503 446

274 270

1272 1166

Lexi Keller WI 528 529 280 1337 Laurie Schuh IL 515 513 279 1307 Jessica Button WI 505 521 281 1307 Ann Darnell MI 493 494 265 1252 Adult Male Freestyle Limited

Mike Lantz IL

515 512 282 1309 532 517 279 1328 515 514 279 1308 482 506 272 1260 506 487 266 1259

Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle

Dan Reed MI Kurtis Hathaway ONT Nick Atkins MI James Dirette MI

Adult Female Bowhunter Freestyle

Rhonda Dirette MI

468

484

268

1220

210

226

108

544

Adult Male Traditional

Mike Szczepanski MI

William Bean MI 214 191 172 577

Adult Male Longbow

Senior Pro Male Freestyle

553 537 531 535 535 521 530 539 502

495 450

Adult Female Freestyle

2012 Great Lakes Outdoor Sectional • June 23 & 24, 2012 Washtenaw Sportsmans Club • Ypsilanti, Michigan

Joe Kapp IN Paul DePover MI Bill Schuh IL Bruce Trimble WI Bob Webb IN Jeff Hunt MI Tim Loynes MI Michael Strassman WI Mike Lifford MI

state field hunter animal total

November/December 2012

285 282 280 277 273 274 277

1343 1324 1313 1276 1272 1240 944

Master Senior Male Barebow

Dick Hanlon MI

456

473

273

1202

Young Adult Male Freestyle

Danny Button WI DJ Hunt MI Phillip Varner MI

554 534 526

Young Adult Female Freestyle

478 496 272 1246

Kayleigh Nemets MI

530 518 518 505 500 484 465

550 531 521

288 284 283

1392 1349 1330

Cub Male Freestyle Limited Austin Loynes MI 349 381 236 966

2013 GREAT LAKES INDOOR SECTIONAL February 23-24, 2013 Indiana Locations

Hosting Club: The Outdoorsman Sport Shop Range Location: 1010 South State Road 135 Greenwood, IN 46143 Directions to Range: 25 minutes south of Indianapolis on state road 135. Send Registration to: The Outdoorsman Sport Shop, 1010 South State Road 135, Greenwood, IN 46143 Pre-Registration: Deadline: February 16, 2013 Schedule: 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Motels: Baymont Inn and Suites | 317-865-0100 Red Roof Inn | 317-887-1515 Candlewood Suites | 317-882-4300 Hilton Garden Inn | 317-888-4814 Add’l Contacts: The Outdoorsman and ask for Pat

Senior Male Freestyle

Ted Foster MI Vern Klein MI John Kanter WI Steve Molitor MI Mike Remus MI John Smith MI Carl Hamilton OH Brian Sheffler IN

529 521 512 520 516 504 511 477

529 534 524 510 510 513 495 446

284 285 280 282 273 268 276 276

1342 1340 1316 1312 1299 1285 1282 1199

Senior Female Freestyle

Lora Smith MI

509

Senior Male Freestyle Limited

501 493 277 1271 479 478 276 1233

Sam Conklin MI Jeff Beyers MI

523

281

1313

523 511 287 1321 503 517 282 1302 491 461 278 1230

Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle

Mike Spence MI David Hindbaugh MI William Brown MI

Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle

Sue Hindbaugh MI

473

Senior Male Traditional

205 191 131 527

Harry Easton MI

475

274

1222

Carold Bean MI 219 229 151 599

Senior Male Longbow

Hosting Club: Perry’s Archery Club Range Location: 102 N. Smith St., Hartford City, IN 47348 Directions to Range: From the intersection of St Rd 3 and St Rd 26, go west on St Rd 26, 1/4 to Smith St.; turn north 1 block; range in on the right./ Send Registration to: Don Perry, 102 N. Smith St., Hartford City IN 47348 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 16, 2013 Schedule: 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Motels: Best Western Plus | 765-998-2331 49306 Kaybee Dr., Gas City IN Super 8 | 765-998-6800 • 5172 Kaybee Dr., Gas City IN Addit’l Contacts: e-mail:perryarcherycenter@gmail.com

Wisconsin Locations

Hosting Club: Beloit Field Archers, Inc. Range Location: 9243 W. Cleophas Rd., Beloit, WI 53511 Directions to Range: Hwy 213 Northwest out of Beloit, 4 miles to Cleophas Rd. Club sign on corner; turn left for 3.7 miles, club on the left.

Send Registration to: Karl Nelson, 1764 Sun Valley Dr., Beloit, WI 53511 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 17, 2013 Schedule: 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Motels: Americas Best Value Inn | 608-365-8680 Comfort Inn | 608-362-2666 Fairfield Inn | 608-365-2200 Holiday Inn Express | 608-365-6000 Add’l Contacts: Karl cell # 608-201-4385 Day of shoot call range 608-879-2007 Hosting Club: La Crosse Archery Range Location: 1231 Oak Forest Dr., Onalaska, Wi. 54650 Directions to Range: From I-90 -to exit #3 to Onalaska turn right on Oak Forest Dr.; go through 2 stop signs; La Crosse Archery is three doors east of the Harley dealership on Oak Forest Dr. Send Registration to: La Crosse Archery, 1231 Oak Forest Dr., Onalaska, WI 54650 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 17, 2013 Schedule: 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Saturday Sunday will be determined by how you shoot Motels: Best Western Midway | 1835 Rose St., La Crosse, WI • 608-781-7000 Baymont Inn | 3300 Kinney Coulee Rd., Onalaska WI • 608-783-7191 Super 8 Motel | 1625 Rise St, La Crosse, WI 608-781-8880

Illinois Locations

Hosting Club: Chicago Bowhunters, Inc. Range Location: 320 Charlestown rd. Bolingbrook IL. 60446 Directions to Range: From 355-exit Boughton Rd. west to Pinecrest; Charlestown turn left to club on right. Send Registration to: Paul Schuerings 3100 Garyhawk Ct. Aurora IL 60503 • e-mail paulms40@att.net • 630-6608022 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 18, 2013 Late Registration: at range Schedule: Saturday line times 8 am and 11:30 am ( 3rd line if needed) Sunday line times 8 am and 11:30 am ( 3rd line if needed) Motels: Ramada | 630-972-9797 America Inn | 800-634-3444 Holiday Inn | 630-679-1600 Spring Hill suites | 630-759-0529 Misc. Info.: There’s a Bass Pro by 355 and Boughton Hosting Club: Buckskin Legacy Range Location: 13984 E. 1425th Ave. Robinson, IL. 62454 Directions to Range: 4 miles NE of Robinson in town of Trimble between State Hwy 1 and Trimble Rd. Send Registration to: (include phone) Buckskin Legacy, 13984 E. 1425th Ave., Robinson, IL 62454 • 618-5634648 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 20th 2013 Late Registration: at tournament Schedule: Saturday line time 2 pm (if needed a 10 am) Sunday line time 10 am (if needed a 1:30 pm) Motels: Best Western | 1500 W. Roberson • 618-544continued on page 36 scores, tournament info and more at www.fieldarchery.com 35

section & state assn news | continued from page 35 8448 Arvin Motel | 2147 E. Main, Robinson • 618544-2143 Quail Creek Country Club | 1010 E. Highland Ave., Robinson • 816-544-8674 Add’l Contacts: buckskin5@joink.com or call 618-563-4648

Michigan Locations

Hosting Club: Straight Line Archery Range Location: 1705 Ash St. Ishpeming, Mi. 49849 Send Registration to: Shelley Saxwoud, 1705 Ash St., Ishpeming, MI 49849 Pre-Registration Deadline: Due by February 16, 2013 Late Registration: at tournament Add’l Contacts: Randall Wellings [archerywizard@hotmail.com] Hosting Club: Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club Range Location: 4770 Waterford Rd. Clarkston, Mi 48346 Directions to Range: Take exit 93 off of I75, turn south onto Dixie Hwy. Go to Waterford Rd., 2 1/2 miles, and turn left. The range is 1/2 mile down on the left. Send Registration to: (include phone) Trish Jackson, 491 N. Sashabaw Rd., Ortonville, MI 48462 • 313-6102670 Pre-Registration Deadline: February 15 2013 Late Registration: day of the event Schedule: Sat. 9:00 am, 1:00 pm & 5 pm (if needed) Sun. 9:00 am, 1:00 pm & 5 pm (if needed) Motels: Holiday Inn Express 268-322-7000 Comfort Inn 248-666-8555 Clarkston Motor Inn 248-625-1522 Misc. info: Please do not call the club for information Add’l Contacts: Rick Hotchkiss, 810-845-6602 • rhotchkiss58@ yahoo.com

MIDWEST SECTION Ray Jones, Councilman iowaarchery@hotmail.com

2013 Indoor Sectionals February 23-24, 2014 Missouri Location

Hosting Club: Independence Bowhunters Contact: Henry Houk • 816/505-9331

Iowa Location

Hosting Club: Waltonian Archers of Linn County Contact: Don Parker • email: don.parker@mchsi.com

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

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Hosting Club: Augusta Archers Range Location: 99 Archery Lane, Staunton, VA 24401 • The clubhouse is located behind the SPCA in Staunton, Virginia. GPS Coordinates: Lat: 38 07 10.44 Lon: 79 01 58.00 Directions to Range: From the South: I-81 North. Take Exit 222. Take a left at the end of the ramp. Take a right at 2nd stop light on to Rt. 638. Go to SPCA sign and turn right onto Archery Lane. Follow gravel road up to the Club house. From the North: I-81 South. Take Exit 222. Take left at the end of the ramp. Take a right at second stop light on to Rt. 638. Go to SPCA sign turn right onto Archery Lane. Follow gravel road up to the club house. Send Registration To: (include phone): Sam Day, 1595 Mt. Torrey Road, Lyndhurst, VA 22952 Pre-registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 AM, 12 PM & 3 PM. Motels: The range is 2 miles from Interstate 81 and there are a multitude of hotels & restaurants in the immediate area. Campgrounds: Augusta Archers features on site primitive camping and a fully equipped kitchen, restrooms and showers inside the clubhouse. Add’l Info./Contacts: Crossbows allowed; guest participants not allowed Hosting Club: Bear Creek Bowman Archery Club Range Location: 5427 Bear Creek Road, Norton, VA 24273 Directions to Range: From Johnson City, Kingsport, Tennessee and North Carolina direction, take US-23 North/ US-58 West. Take Exit 2, US-58 ALT East. Travel on highway 58E for 0.5mi. Turn left on to Bear Creek Road for 1.5 mi. From Abingdon, VA off I-81 take US-19N/US-58 N ALT, turn left on US-58 W ALT until you come to Bear Creek Road in Norton, VA. Send Registration To: (include phone): Natasha Hill, PO Box 865, Coeburn, VA 24230 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: March 2nd 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 5:00 PM. March 3rd 10:00 AM & 12:30 PM. Motels: Comfort Inn located in Big Stone Gap within a 25 minute drive of the range, 276-523-5911. Holiday Inn Hotel Resort, 276-679-6655. Best Western located in Wise 10 minutes from the range, 276-328-3500. Inn at Norton, 276-6797000. Super 8 Motel, 276-679-0893 located within 3 miles of range. Days Inn 276-6795340. All these hotels are located along US-58 within a 2 to 20 minute drive of the range. Campgrounds: During this time of the year, all local camp grounds close to the range are closed. Misc. Info.: Located at the range is also an outdoor practice range that you can come and practice on if you want. We also offer a hot cooked meal the

days of the shoots. We have several natural attractions in the area that you can enjoy once you have finished shooting. There are several restaurants located within minutes of the range and a theater. Add’l. Info.: Crossbows allowed; guest participants not allowed Hosting Club: Buckshorn Sportsmen Club Range Location: Ski-Slope Road off Hell Neck Road, Salem, NJ 08079 Directions to Range: From Route #295, Take Rt. #49 East continue to Mile Marker #13 turn right onto Jericho Road. When you are on Jericho Road go 5.1 miles to Hell Neck Road, club sign is at turnoff. Turn right onto Hell Neck Road then travel approx. 0.6 mile and turn left at the clubs sign (this turns into a dirt road) follow the road to the club house approx. 1.1 miles. GPS location: 205 Hell Neck Road, Salem, NJ 08079 Send Registration To: (include phone): Elmer McKishen, 1003 School Village, Seabrook, NJ 08302-4243 • 856-4516044 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, March 2, 9:00 AM & 1:00 PM. Sunday, March 3, 9:00 AM & 1:00 PM. Motels: Quality Inn, 632-A Pennsville-Auburn Road, Carney’s Point, NJ 856-299-4900. Econo Lodge, 632-B Pennsville-Auburn Road, Carney’s Point, NJ 856-351-6600. Comfort Inn, 634 Soders Road, Carney’s Point, NJ 856-299-8282 Misc. Info.: The club has a well lighted indoor range with 16 lanes available. Breakfast and lunch will be available both days the club also has handicap access bathrooms and a three season porch where smoking is permitted. Add’l. Info.: Warren Magee (856-678-6567); club phone or (856-935-0037) you can also e-mail the club at buckshornsportsmenclub@netzero.net or Elmer McKishen at elmer1003@comcast.net • Crossbows allowed; guest participants not allowed Hosting Club: Charleroi Archery Range Location: 194 Fremont Road, Charleroi, PA 15022 Directions to Range: From I-70; Take the Charleroi Exit. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left. Continue through town on McKean Ave. At 5th Street, turn left. Follow 5th Street up the hill. Street name will become Fremont Road. Follow Fremont Road past the Power Substation through the S curve. The club is at the top of the hill on the left. Send Registration To: (include phone): Sam Steingrabe, 187 Terrace Dr., Monongahela, PA 15063 • 724-699-8745 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Friday, March 1st 7:00 PM; Saturday, March 2nd 6:00 PM; Sunday, March 3rd 1:00 PM.

Hampton Inn | Belle Vernon, PA • 724-929-8100 Motels: Comfort Inn | Belle Vernon, PA • 877-424-6423 Misc. Info.: www.charleroiarchery.com Add’l. Info.: Crossbows not allowed • guest participants welcome Double T Archery Club Hosting Club: Range Location: Doc’s Archery, 908 Niagara Falls Blvd., N. Tonawanda, NY 14120 Directions to Range: Take the New York State Thruway (I-90) to Route 290 West to Niagara Falls Blvd., exit North (right) and travel 4.7 miles to 908 Niagara Falls Blvd. on left. Send Registration To: (include phone): Mark Irlbacher, 611 Walck Rd., N. Tonawanda, NY 14120 • 716-693-2703 bowman8960@yahoo.com Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, March 2nd: 1:00 PM & 3:30 PM. Sunday, March 3rd: 9:00 AM & Noon. Motels: Holiday Inn, 1881 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst, NY 716-691-8181 Campgrounds: Call contact number if you require camping space. Misc. Info.: Be sure to notify Doc’s Archery of your 1st choice of shooting time/day and second choice (for shooting second round). Crossbows not allowed • guest participants Add’l. Info.: welcome Green Island Rod and Gun Club 872 Melrose Valley Falls Rd., Schaghticoke, NY 12154 Directions to Range: From Troy, take State Rt. 40 to Meadowview Dr. Turn right, stay straight until the intersection. Turn right. Club is ½ mile on the left. (MapQuest or GPS works best) Send Registration To: Mike Broderick, 127 Calhoun Dr., Troy, NY 12182 • (518-857-7747) Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday lines: 9 AM, 12 NOON and 3 PM. Sunday lines: 9 AM, 12 NOON and 3 PM. Motels: Hilton Garden Inn Troy | 235 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180 • 518-272-1700 (12 mi from club) Campgrounds: Mechanicville, NY Misc. Info.: Please make checks payable to: Green Island Rod and Gun Club Add’l. Info.: Broderi53@aol.com • Crossbows not allowed • guest participants welcome

Hosting Club: Range Location:

Hosting Club: Lonesome Road Archery Range Location: 401 S. Main St., Taylor, PA 18517 Directions to Range: Take I-81 North or South. Exit 182 Davis St. Travel Davis St. 4 lights. Turn left on Main St. Taylor. Range is 4 blocks on left. PA Turnpike I-476. Travel Northeast Extension North to continued on page 38 scores, tournament info and more at www.fieldarchery.com 37

section & state assn news | continued from page 37 Keyser Ave. Exit Old Forge-Taylor. Turn right on Union St. Travel to light at Main St. Taylor. Turn right 4 blocks. Range on left. Send Registration To: (include phone): Jason Jones @ Lonesome Road Archery • 401 S Main St, Taylor, PA 18517 • 570-562-0301 • lonesomeroadarchery@gmail. com Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, March 2nd 12:00 PM. Sunday, March 3rd 10:00 AM & 2:00 PM Motels: Hampton Inn, 22 Montage Mountain Rd., Scranton, Pennsylvania 1-800-785-2136 Misc. Info.: Crossbows shoot on Friday. Target crossbow only. No magnification sights, Max draw weight 95 lbs, No hunting crossbows unless recurve style limbs and above specs. Add’l. Info.: Crossbow information contact: Terry Butler 570-562-1496 • kidxbow@msn.com • guest participants welcome Hosting Club: Mid State Archers Range Location: Airport Road, Sutton, WV 26601 Directions to Range: Take Flatwoods exit off I-79. Turn right at end of ramp. Turn right at light and take first left. Continue past Days Hotel. Turn right on Airport Road. Continue about half a mile. Range is on the right. Send Registration To: (include phone): Amanda Jeffries, HC 69, Box 31, Frametown, WV 26623 • 304-904-3884 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday at 8:00 AM, 12:00, 4:00 PM, 7:00 PM. Sunday at 10:00 AM. Motels: Days Motel, Flatwoods, WV | 304-765-5055 (1 mile from range) Campgrounds: KOA Gerald R. Freeman Campground Add’l. Info.: Danny Mayse 304-765-7400 • crossbows allowed • guest participants welcome Hosting Club: Range Location:

Neil’s Archery Pro Shop, Inc. 122 West Main Street, Endicott, New York 13760 Directions to Range: From the intersection of I-81 and Route 17, go Route 17 West toward Elmira. Take Exit 67 North to Endicott. Go ½ mile and take Route 17C West (Main Street). Range will be approximately 1.5 miles on the left. Send Registration To: (include phone) Rick Carderelli, c/o Neil’s Archery Pro Shop, Inc., 122 West Main Street, Endicott, NY 13760 • 607-786-7535 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Friday, March 1st 6:00 PM; Saturday, March 2nd 2:00 PM & 5:00 PM; Sunday, March 3rd 10:00 AM & 1:00 PM.

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Motels: Quality Inn, Vestal | 607-729-6407 Comfort Suites, Vestal | 607-766-0601 Kings Inn, Endicott | 607-754-8020. Misc. Info.: Restaurants within walking distance of range. Ample free parking. Add’l. Info.: tom.neilsarchery@gmail.com no crossbows allowed • guest participants welcome Hosting Club: Prince William Archers Range Location: 12506 Izzack Walton Dr., Brentsville, VA Directions to Range: I-95 take the 234 exit to Manassas. Turn left on 619 to Brentsville. At Brentsville turn left on Izzack Walton Dr. Bear right at the “Y”. Club is on the right at top of hill. From I-66 take 234 Bypass-Prince William Parkway to Manassas. Take a right on 28 south then a left on 619 to Brentsville. Turn right on Izzack Walton Dr. Send Registration To: (include phone) Jim Little, 13705 Santa Rosa Ct., Manassas, VA 20112 • 703-791-3659 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, 3 PM and 7 PM. Sunday 8 AM and 12 NOON Motels: Days Inn | 703-361-1600 Super 8 Motel | 703-369-6323 Red Roof Inn | 703-335-9333. Campgrounds: Prince William Forest Park Misc. Info.: We have 18 shooting lanes with a separate kitchen area. Plenty of room for guests to watch. There are a number of sightseeing places to visit close by: Washington, D.C.; the Manassas Battlefields and the Marine Corps. Add’l. Info.: Crossbows not allowed; guest participants not allowed Hosting Club: Smith Point Sports Range Location: 215 East Main St., Patchogue, NY 11772 Directions to Range: Take the Long Island Expressway East to Exit 64 South (Route 112 – Medford Rd.). Travel South approximately 4 miles to Montauk Highway – E. Main St. Make a right turn on to E. Main St. Range is behind the “Carvel Store” on the right side. Send Registration To: (include phone): Jared Schneider, c/o Smithpoint Sports, 215 E. Main St., Patchogue, NY 11772 • 631-289-3399 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Friday 7:00 PM. Saturday & Sunday @ 1:00 PM. Motels: Comfort Inn, 2696 Route 112, Medford, NY 631-654-3000 Add’l. Info.: Crossbows not allowed. Guest participants welcome. Hosting Club: York & Adams Archers Range Location: 413 Country Club Rd., Abbottstown, PA. 17301 Directions to Range: From Abbottstown Circle, follow Rt. 30 East to

bottom of hill. Turn right onto Country Club Rd. Follow approximately 1 mile. Club on left. Send Registration To: (include phone): Robert Wertz, 336 Third St., Hanover, PA 17331 • 717-451-7408 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES Late Fee: NONE Schedule: MARCH 1, 7:30 PM; MARCH 2, 9:00 AM & 12:30 PM; MARCH 3, 9:00 AM & 12:30 PM. Motels: Holiday Inn Express, Hanover | 305 Wilson Ave., Hanover, PA • 717-637-1228 Misc. Info.: We will be serving food for all time slots. Add’l. Info.: Robert Wertz, 336 Third St., Hanover, PA 17331 • 717-451-7408 • bulldogs4bean@aol. com • crossbows allowed & guest participants welcome Hosting Club: Wo-Pe-Na Archers Range Location: 39 Harding Avenue, Clifton, NJ 07011 Directions to Range: Please use above address with “MapQuest”. Range is in the basement of 39 Harding Ave. Wo-Pe-Na sign is above the doorway entrance. Send Registration To: (include phone): Rima Campanelli, 3-52 31st Street, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 • 201-281-5758 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, March 2nd, 9:30 AM & 1:00 PM. Sunday, March 3rd, 9:30 AM & 1:00 PM. Motels: Howard Johnson Inn | 680 Route 3 West, Clifton, NJ 07012 • 973-471-3800 Campgrounds: Clifton, New Jersey is an urban location. No campgrounds are located within a reasonable distance of Wopena Archers. Misc. Info.: At the tournament and prior to shooting, all archers must display a current NFAA or NAA CARD showing the archer is in good standing with either national archery organization. Add’l. Info.: Call Wopena Range on Tues. or Thurs. evenings for further information. Wopena Range: 973365-2590 • no crossbows • guest participants not allowed Hosting Club: WA-XO-BE Archers Range Location: 53 Major Rd., Monmouth Junction, NJ Directions to Range: From New Brunswick, take Rt. 1 South towards Princeton. Take the next exit for Sandhill Rd./ Major Rd. Turn left and cross back over Rt. 1 to get to Major Rd. The range is 1/3 mile down on your left. Send Registration To: (include phone): Doug Joyce, 30 Willow Ave., Somerset, NJ 08873 • 732-247-3892 Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Saturday, March 2nd, 9:00 AM. Sunday, March 3rd, 9:00 AM Motels: Red Roof Inn | 208 New Rd., South Brunswick, NJ • 732-821-8800 Add’l. Info.: Crossbows not allowed; guest participants not

allowed Hosting Club: Tuscarora Archers Range Location: GPS ADDRESS: 5608 Etzler Road, Frederick, MD 21705 Directions to Range: From Rt.15 in Frederick, MD, take Exit #14 Rosemont Ave. and bear right onto Rosemount Ave. Drive 3.25 miles and turn left onto Rocky Spring Rd. Drive 0.6 miles and bear left at Indian Spring Rd. Drive 0.3 miles and turn right onto Etzler Road. Club is 0.7 miles on right. Send Registration To: (include phone): Colleen McGowan, Tournament Chairman, 2741 Calkins Rd., Herndon, VA 20171 • 703 606 6785 (C); (703) 476-1755 (O) • MCGOWANCOL@aol.com Please include the day(s) and time(s) you would like to shoot on your registration form or email. PLEASE include a phone number AND e-mail address in the event you’re shooting day and or time selection is full. Call or e-mail for confirmation of mailed registration shooting slots. Pre-Registration Deadline: NONE Late Registration: ON SITE, SPACE PERMITTING. CALL TO VERIFY OPEN LANES. Late Fee: NONE Schedule: Sat. March 2nd – 9 AM, 12 PM and 3 PM. Sun. March 3rd – 10 AM and 1 PM. Please arrive at least 30 minutes early for check in. Motels: Holiday Inn | (301) 694-7500 • I 270 and Rt. 85, Buckeystown Exit Hampton Inn | (301) 698-2500 • 270 and Rt. 85 Comfort Red Horse Inn | (301) 662-0281 • 998 W. Patrick Street, Rt. 15N and Rt. 49W Campgrounds: Misc. Info.: Breakfast and lunch will be served on both Saturday and Sunday. Plenty of tourist attractions and shopping nearby. Add’l. Info.: Crossbows not allowed. Guest participants welcome. Dear fellow archers: It has been brought to my attention that an error was made regarding the March 2012 Mid-Atlantic Indoor Tournament results. Mrs. Lelia Nelson, WA-XO-BE Archers, NJ, won First Place in the Championship Flight of Female Master Senior Freestyle Limited. I apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused. Seventy-three competitors enjoyed the hospitality of Eutaw Forest Archers (Waldorf, MD) and fine shooting conditions at the June 16-17 Mid-Atlantic Outdoor tournament. At the June 15th Mid-Atlantic Section Annual Business Meeting the Mid-Atlantic Directors approved the 2013 tournament Schedule. On March 2 & 3, 2013 the Mid-Atlantic Indoor tournament will be held at 15 sites across the six state Mid-Atlantic region. The format is the same as the previous six Mid-Atlantic Indoor tournaments, a “Better-of-Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds”. “Guest Participants” (Non NFAA members who may participate in Sectional tournaments but NOT win awards) will be allowed at host sites in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia and NOT allowed at host sites in New Jersey and Virginia. The Mid-Atlantic Outdoor tournament will be held on June 22 & 23, 2013 at Black Knight Bowbenders, Jackson, New Jersey. A 28 target Hunter and 14 target Animal Round will be shot on Saturday. A 28 target Field Round will be shot on Sunday. —Dave Hryn, Councilman continued on page 40 scores, tournament info and more at www.fieldarchery.com 39

section & state assn news | continued from page 39 Mid-Atlantic Outdoor Sectional Results June 16-17, 2012 Eutaw Forest Archers, Maryland Name Divison/Style/Class Adult Female Freestyle 1st Snyder, Heidi 2nd McGowan, Colleen 3rd Erdos, Susan Rowland, Lisa

Name Divison/Style/Class HUNTER ANIMAL FIELD TOTAL Professional Male Senior Freestyle

HUNTER ANIMAL FIELD TOTAL

537 502 504 499

284 282 272 280

532 508 497 inc

1353 1292 1273 779

500 447 447

275 265 252

498 467 423

1273 1179 1122

546 536 502 534

285 285 276 281

545 539 510 inc.

1376 1360 1288 815

551 545 541 539 547 542 537

289 290 286 286 284 286 285

554 551 539 534 inc inc inc

1394 1386 1366 1359 831 828 822

536 532 531 528 499 516 inc

282 284 282 280 284 281 inc

536 530 528 523 517 inc 495

1354 1346 1341 1331 1300 797 495

430

235

429

1094

387

259

445

1091

1st McMurray, Gwendolyn 500

273

493

1266

469

257

469

1195

544 529 529 510 509 512 508

285 283 283 285 284 284 274

545 535 522 524 515 507 519

1374 1347 1334 1319 1308 1303 1301

283 279 273 279 272 262 262

502 491 491 481 472 461 458

1293 1270 1252 1235 1208 1164 1162

486

273

inc

759

556

288

556

1400

Adult Male Barebow

1st Bach, Jon 2nd Mason, John 3rd Neborsky, Jim

Adult Male Freestyle

1st Straley, Frank 2nd Pasmore, Mark 3rd Poe, Michael McKenzie, Daryl Harris, Tony Rowland, Jay Ticho, “Billy” William Adult Male Freestyle (FLIGHT 1)

1st Grossl, Dale 2nd Townsend, Brian 3rd Susen, Jay Smithers, David Schultz, Dave Kelch, Todd Tinsley, Michael Adult Male Freestyle Ltd. Recurve

1st Dodin, Alex Cub Female Freestyle Limited

1st Coletti, Morgan

549 541 528

284 287 282

549 548 519

1382 1376 1329

479

266

486

1231

534 474

285 274

533 501

1352 1249

539 407

282 247

527 440

1348 1094

482

263

inc

745

542 543 540 538 530 518 514

289 285 285 284 285 282 283

537 537 539 539 532 530 inc

1368 1365 1364 1361 1347 1330 797

514 522 508 512 484 475

279 263 282 275 261 269

529 523 509 509 480 479

1322 1308 1299 1296 1225 1223

506 510

281 280

499 inc

1286 790

507

282

497

1286

468 175

265 165

477 224

1210 564

174

214

118

50

Senior Female Bowhunter Freestyle

1st Townsend, Linda Senior Female Freestyle

1st Weinstein, Susan 2nd Peterson, Gail Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle

1st Setzer, Matt 2nd Paris, Mitchell

Senior Male Bowhunter Freestyle Limited

Adult Male Bowhunter Freestyle

1st Warner, Thomas 2nd Stonesifer, Mitch 3rd McAvoy, Randy Stallard, R. Vance

1st Coblentz, Tom 2nd Peterson, Curt 3rd West, Ronald

Master Senior Female Freestyle

INC Little, Jim Senior Male Freestyle

1st Townsend, David 2nd Lecker, Joel 3rd Bradway, JC Irlbacher, Mark Frame, Jarrett Wilson, Robert “Bob” Loften, Bill Senior Male Freestyle (FLIGHT 1)

1st Tincher, Steve 2nd GrossL, John 3rd McDavid, Tony Barry, Michael Johnston, Roderick West Jr., Frederick Senior Male Freestyle Limited

1st Wallace, Dennis 2nd Hyrn, Dave Young Adult Male Freestyle

1st McKinnon, James Youth Male Freestyle

1st Medina, Nicolaas 2nd Reynen, Cody Youth Male Freestyle Limited

1st Reynen, Hunter

Master Senior Male Barebow

1st Cline, Dennis Master Senior Male Freestyle

1st Hix, Larry 2nd Bauernfeind, Joseph 3rd Foote, Sonny May, Ray Myers, Charlie Shuey, Glenn Joyce, Doug

Master Senior Male Freestyle (FLIGHT 1)

1st Vickers, Jeffrey 2nd Grodzki, Eugene 3rd Havel, Louis Tarry, David Wenzel, Jerry Perrigoy, Charles Sr. Magee, Warren Sr.

508 500 488 475 464 441 442

Master Senior Male Freestyle Limited

INC Worrill, Larry Professional Male Adult Freestyle

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SOUTHEAST SECTION

Tim Austin, Councilman flarchery@earthlink.net

2012 SOUTHEAST SECTIONAL FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

May 26-27 2012 Gator Bowmen | gainesville fl June 2-3, 2012 Chickasaw Archers | hepherdsville ky June 9-10, 2012 Yadkin Archery | yadkinville nc June 9-10, 2012 Ogeechee Bowmen | savannah ga

Plc Style Name ST Field X Animal Spt Huntr X Total X+S Host C CFFS Ansleigh Wilk GA 546 55 287 7 555 64 1388 126 Ogee 2 CFFS Andrea Cabrera FL 486 21 278 4 512 24 1276 49 Gat 3 CFFS Bailey Ingle NC 460 11 260 0 451 8 1171 19 Yad C CFFSLR/L Megan Alicea GA 184 1 144 0 236 1 564 2 Ogee C YFFSLR/L Camryn Crosby GA 148 0 156 0 187 0 491 0 Ogee C YMFS Eric Jacobowitz FL 532 53 284 4 523 41 1339 98 Gat

Plc Style Name ST Field X Animal Spt Huntr X Total X+S Host 2 YMFS Tanner Ingle NC 520 36 287 7 513 37 1320 80 Yad 3 YMFS Austin Hutchens NC 498 26 285 5 477 10 1260 41 Yad YMFS Jimmy McQuaddy KY 465 13 270 2 469 15 1204 30 Chick YMFS Colton Cromwell FL 433 10 267 1 466 12 1166 23 Gat C YAMFSLR/L Caleb Crosby GA 453 9 235 1 420 8 1108 18 Ogee C YAMFS Jacob Marlow FL 553 75 291 11 551 63 1395 149 Gat 2 YAMFS Justin Hutchens NC 541 58 288 8 538 45 1367 111 Yad 3 YAMFS Allen Abe FL 517 45 280 4 496 28 1293 77 Gat C SMTrad William Cisek FL 336 2 231 1 339 2 906 5 Gat SMTrad Gary Lashley FL 316 1 225 1 342 4 883 6 Gat C AMBB Glen Baxter KY 475 20 269 3 492 18 1236 41 Chick C MSMBB Jerry Stemich FL 443 7 248 2 468 18 1159 27 Gat MSMBB Shannon North FL 406 8 231 1 408 7 1045 16 Gat C AFBHFSL Sandy Pettitt FL 326 7 224 0 400 2 950 9 Gat C AMBHFSL Oliver Austin FL 474 16 274 2 478 9 1226 27 Gat SMBHFSL Hermit Gann FL 371 4 220 0 0 0 591 4 Gat Jenn Samsel FL 312 4 164 0 369 2 845 6 Gat C AFFSLR/L C AMFSLR/L Dan O’Brien NC 450 13 277 0 436 12 1163 28 Yad C SMFSLR/L Don Planthaber FL 404 3 267 1 422 11 1093 15 Gat C SMFSL Frank Mosser KY 478 24 271 1 501 22 1250 47 Chick SMFSL Bill Millican GA 488 8 268 2 485 22 1241 32 Ogee C MSMFSL Chuck May KY 511 37 283 3 520 34 1314 74 Chick Jake Veit GA 439 9 242 2 444 15 1125 26 Gat 2 MSMFSL MSMFSL Bob Metzler FL 415 9 231 1 419 8 1065 18 Gat C AMBHFS Rick Dorey FL 531 42 284 4 529 51 1344 97 Gat 2 AMBHFS Joel Tate NC 527 46 285 5 528 35 1340 86 Yad 3 AMBHFS Charlie Wilder FL 525 35 284 4 529 39 1338 78 Gat AMBHFS Richard Davison FL 522 31 284 4 525 33 1331 68 Gat AMBHFS James Padgett Jr GA 514 32 279 3 526 41 1319 76 Ogee AMBHFS Dana Johnson NC 509 33 286 6 518 37 1313 76 Yad AMBHFS Ricky Diederich GA 513 39 277 1 517 39 1307 79 Ogee AMBHFS Mike Albertson AL 513 33 280 4 504 33 1297 70 Gat C SMBHFS Tim Eaton NC 529 37 284 4 529 36 1342 77 Yad 2 SMBHFS Tom Boots GA 500 26 272 4 492 22 1264 52 Ogee 3 SMBHFS Tim Wehner GA 480 15 271 1 499 25 1250 41 Ogee SMBHFS Don Southard FL 487 24 271 3 470 25 1228 52 Gat SMBHFS Pete Murphy FL 432 16 255 1 457 15 1144 32 Gat C PMFS James Malone KY 554 73 288 8 550 70 1392 151 Chick 2 PMFS Eric Helfritz FL 550 80 286 6 552 69 1388 155 Gat 3 PMFS Mason Smith AL 541 46 288 8 540 52 1369 106 Gat PMFS Kurtis Swift KY 532 53 285 5 538 49 1355 107 Chick PMFS Steve Smith AL 533 37 279 3 541 47 1353 87 Gat Danielle Edelmann FL 497 24 283 3 503 27 1283 54 Gat C AFFS AFFS Cindy Gibbs NC 477 18 253 1 481 8 1211 27 Yad C AMFS John Bowersox FL 546 59 290 10 542 56 1378 125 Gat 2 AMFS Locksley Hutchens NC 546 57 288 8 543 62 1377 127 Yad 3 AMFS Jim Gregory NC 539 58 289 9 548 51 1376 118 Yad AMFS Mike Marlow FL 537 48 287 7 549 59 1373 114 Gat AMFS Johnnie Cooper FL 538 52 288 8 544 62 1370 122 Gat AMFS Jackie Norris NC 526 49 289 9 542 49 1357 107 Yad AMFS Zack Bethel KY 533 43 284 4 540 59 1357 106 Chick 1 Flt 2 AMFS James Harden FL 528 51 283 6 543 58 1354 115 Gat 2 Flt 2 AMFS Matt McNeill NC 528 42 287 7 532 38 1347 87 Yad 3 Flt 2 AMFS Steve Carson NC 521 35 285 5 527 34 1333 74 Yad AMFS Daniel Simpson NC 513 32 294 4 529 47 1324 83 Yad AMFS Kevin Ingle NC 507 31 282 4 508 24 1297 59 Yad AMFS Jay Pskowski FL 515 30 285 5 491 33 1291 68 Gat C SMFS Eddie Whobrey KY 541 48 290 10 549 61 1380 112 Chick 2 SMFS Mark Rounds KY 537 43 288 8 548 51 1373 102 Chick 3 SMFS Jake Pettitt FL 533 47 283 5 541 56 1357 108 Gat SMFS Mark Smith FL 519 39 285 5 527 44 1331 88 Gat SMFS Terry Pendley NC 517 34 285 5 526 35 1328 74 Yad

Plc Style

Name

ST

Field

X Animal Spt Huntr

X

Total X+S Host

SMFS Oscar Westbrook FL 492 26 283 4 510 23 1285 53 Gat SMFS Lee Peedin NC 489 17 281 1 496 20 1266 38 Yad SMFS Ernesto Mori FL 477 22 273 1 488 17 1238 40 Gat SMFS Richard Kilbride FL 485 27 277 3 197 5 959 35 Gat C MSFFS Helen Baker KY 391 4 246 0 366 4 1003 8 Chick C MSMFS Kevin Bergenroth FL 539 50 289 9 529 37 1357 96 Gat 2 MSMFS Alex Toser FL 514 30 281 3 543 38 1338 71 Gat 3 MSMFS Lynwood Bunn GA 520 46 286 6 527 53 1333 105 Ogee MSMFS Blair Peterson FL 520 42 287 7 518 31 1325 80 Gat MSMFS Frank Smith KY 526 31 283 5 513 29 1322 65 Chick MSMFS Vince Baker KY 524 38 281 5 508 30 1313 73 Chick MSMFS Sherman Bailey KY 513 32 282 5 512 35 1307 72 Chick 1 Flt 2 MSMFS Gary Lewis FL 495 30 282 4 511 35 1288 69 Gat 2 Flt 2 MSMFS Ralph Galatz FL 503 23 278 4 507 27 1288 54 Gat 3 Flt 2 MSMFS Ben Brown FL 474 12 280 2 496 21 1250 35 Gat MSMFS Ralph Davis FL 469 22 278 0 485 26 1232 48 Gat MSMFS Bill Bishop FL 474 19 271 3 478 17 1223 39 Gat MSMFS Tim Austin FL 318 3 235 1 369 7 922 11 Gat MSMFS Bob Jones FL 420 6 261 1 0 0 681 7 Gat C CXBM John Boutin NC 495 21 282 4 498 26 1275 51 Yad

SOUTHWEST SECTION

Bob Borges, Councilman archer_nm@yahoo.com

Southwest Indoor Sectional This is a multi-location tournament, we will shoot from Jan 1st thru 20 Jan 2013. Rounds will be: 2 - 300 Vegas rounds on the 3 spot Vegas or single spot Vegas targets If you have any questions pertaining to the rules or shooting style please contact your NFAA State Director or for shooting locations check your states web site or your Director.   Nevada: John Thayer @ 702/222-9878 Utah: Kenneth Oetker @ 801/573-7518 Hawaii: George Kong @ 808/734-5402 California: Tom Daley @ 650/722-2713 Arizona Jan 12, 2013 Host Club: AZ Archery Club   1115 W. Deer Valley Rd., Suite 1, Phoenix, AZ 85027   Registration: http://www.abfaa.info/ Schedule: 1st line 9:00am Contact: Becky Pearson 520/320-9532 Colorado Jan 12 & 13, 2013 Host Club: Pioneer Bowmen of Pueblo, Co POC is Marjorie @ 719/542-7739   New Mexico Jan 12, 2013 Host Club: The Archery Shoppe, Albuquerque Registration: Registration 8:00 am shoot at 9:00 continued on page 42 scores, tournament info and more at www.fieldarchery.com 41

section & state assn news | continued from page 41 Additional Info.: Las Cruces and also Farminton times and dates  TBD Contact: Carl Jamison 505/857-0815   Southwest NFAA Outdoor Sectional will be held on the Sandia Crest Bowhunters range just east of Albuquerque in the Sandia Mountains the week end of 15/16 of June 2013. More information will be forth comming at a later date.

Southwest Outdoor Sectional May 19th & 20th, 2012 Las Vegas Archers | Las Vegas, NV

Last First M/F Div Style Sat Sun Total

1st Robinson Julie F A BB-recurve 679 428 1107 1st Knauft Carl M A BHFS 760 475 1235 1st Lynde Lana F A BHFSL 683 404 1087 1st Belzner Catherine F A FS 780 508 1288 1st Nicholson Zach M A FS 835 547 1382 2nd Starnes Mike M A FS 816 529 1345 3rd Macias Paul M A FS 806 527 1333

Pabst Larry M A FS 794 524 1318 Belzner Steven M A FS 793 525 1318 Webster John M A FS 788 516 1304 1st Walter Lynn F A FSL-recurve 642 418 1060 1st Borges Gabriela F Cub BB 290 206 496 Pearson Frank M MS FS 804 535 1339 Orth Richard M MS FS 794 504 1298 Guy Billy M MS FS 788 498 1286 1st Roof Charles M Pro FS 836 552 1388 2nd Beard Jeremy M Pro FS 825 543 1368 1st Hoeft Jonnie M S BH 546 341 887 Wagner Tom M S BHFS 810 538 1348 Hanson Mark M S BHFS 813 533 1346 Antonovich Dave M S BHFS 786 521 1307 Bostic Steven M S BHFS 784 499 1283 Borges Bob M S BHFS 707 475 1182 1st Pearson Becky F S FS 816 531 1347 2nd Geeb Olga F S FS 725 484 1209 Milanesi Lou M S FS 813 517 1330 Jamison Carl M S FS 784 498 1282 Cabigas Joe M S FS 767 483 1250 1st Raddie Andrew M S FSL 771 502 1273

Dave Gordon Scholarship Program National Field Archery Association

National Field Archery Association

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

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

NFAA Memorial Scholarship Program Information 1.

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

NFAA Sectional Championship

3.

Official Registration From Last Name

First Name

Address

City State

p Male p Female

Zip Phone Email

$100

• Late Registration • $50 $40 $110

Freestyle Recurve

CUB/YOUTH/YOUNG ADULT p Cub (under 12) p Youth (12-14 yrs.) p Young Adult (15-17 yrs.) Barebow Freestyle Freestyle Limited Freestyle Ltd Recurve/Longbow

ADULT/SENIOR p Adult (over 18) p Senior (over 55) Barebow Bowhunter Bowhunter Freestyle Bowhunter Freestyle Limited Traditional Freestyle Limited Freestyle Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Longbow

MASTER SENIOR (over 65) Barebow Freestyle Freestyle Limited p GUEST DIVISION (No Awards Given) p CROSSBOW DIVISION (Not available in all sections – adult/ senior combined)

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

Pro Division Adult/Senior/Master Sr. Cub/Youth/Young Adult Family • Pre-Registration Fee • $35 $25 $95

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

5.

$85

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

4.

PROFESSIONAL p Adult p Senior

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

SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FORM

How can you become eligible for the NFAA Scholarship?

6.

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

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

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national outdoor championships | continued from page 31

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

Male

Female

2.

Social Security Number ______ - ______ - ______

3.

Current grade ___________________ Year of graduation ____________________________________

4.

Grade or quality point average _____________ ACT score ____________

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

Yes

No

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

Yes

No

Date joined: ____________________________

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

12. Hobbies/interests

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

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

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HIGH STYLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME HUNTER HUNTER HUNTER FIELD FIELD SMTRAD

GRAHAM

BOBBY

407

SMTRAD

GRABMAN

JERRY

343

371

HIGH FIELD ANIMAL TOTAL

407

412

386

412

463

1282

371

321

369

369

430

1170

SMTRAD

RANDALL

ROBERT

363

330

363

331

326

326

458

1147

SMTRAD

MAHANA

MARVIN

324

360

360

330

X

330

446

1136

SMTRAD

GIBSON

MARVIN

323

x

323

228

X

228

396

947

SMTRAD

RADLEY

WAYNE

153

153

128

128

200

481

SPFFS

SIELOFF

DEBRA

497

497

496

496

551

1544

SPMFS

RUDDOCK

ALLAN

552

557

557

556

X

556

582

1695

SPMFS

WHITE

JACKIE

553

557

557

548

556

556

579

1692

SPMFS

KAPP

JOE

552

553

553

553

551

553

579

1685

SPMFS

COBLENTZ

TOM

550

551

551

549

549

549

576

1676

SPMFS

SMITH

RICHARD

545

552

552

538

549

549

573

1674

SPMFS

PETERSON

CURT

552

545

552

546

536

546

575

1673

SPMFS

HARBAUGH

TONY

546

549

549

552

553

553

571

1673

SPMFS

WILDE

DEE

532

544

544

550

548

550

578

1672

SPMFS

SCHUH

BILL

541

548

548

538

546

546

576

1670

SPMFS

CROWE

THOMAS

547

551

551

544

543

544

574

1669

SPMFS

DEPOVER

PAUL

551

x

551

538

546

546

571

1668

SPMFS

WELLINGS

RANDALL

544

547

547

548

551

551

570

1668

SPMFS

WEST

RON

533

534

534

537

541

541

573

1648

YAFFS

KELLER

LEXI

541

517

541

534

519

534

571

1646

YAFFS

GALLANT

CALLIE

528

534

534

523

530

530

569

1633

YAFFS

CYR

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EASTON FOUNDATIONS NATIONAL FIELD ARCHERY ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION JOINT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 1. Deadline for 2012 scholarship applications to be received at the NFAAF Office in Yankton is December 31, 2012. The winners will be announced at the World Archery Festival Vegas Shoot, February 2013. 2. The NFAA Scholarship Committee will review and rank the applications, place each applicant into the appropriate category and present their suggestions to the Joint Scholarship Approval Committee for their approval. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee, consisting of two Directors of the National Field Archery Association Foundation and two Directors of the Easton Foundations, will make a joint decision on winners and the final amounts for each scholarship. 3. The NFAA National Office will notify all applicants if their application was denied or approved, and the amount of the scholarship. If approved, it will also describe the procedure for the scholarship payment. 4. For all scholarships greater than $500, the recipient will receive an Archery Activity Report form that must be completed and sent to the NFAA National Office twice a year, showing their archery activities during the year. Applicant Requirements The maximum amount of all scholarships for the first three years will be $50,000 per year. The goal is to provide 50% of the scholarships to recurve archers and 50% to compound archers. A secondary goal will be to split the scholarships equally between men & women. • Applicants must be a member of the NFAA or the NAA/USA Archery. • Applicants that are not graduating from high school in the current year (JOAD, NASP, junior high, or high school freshman/sophomore archers) may apply. n For this group, any approved scholarships will be held by the Foundation until the student notifies the Foundation they are graduating from high school, and the name of the qualified school they plan to attend. • High school applicants must be applying to be full time students at a two or four year college/university or a technical training college (these are considered qualified schools). n Applicant must maintain a 2.0 GPA minimum on a 4.0 scale in the current year. • College applicants must be full time students at either a two or four year college or university. 46 Archery Magazine

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

Scholarship Levels 1. JOAD, NASP, Junior High, High School, Junior College or Trade College Students: Eligible for $500 scholarships. 2. College Freshmen, Sophomore, or Juniors: Scholarship amounts will vary between $500-2,500 based on the archer’s accomplishments, future competition plans, and the following: a. Applicant is attending college, participates in the college archery club program, and is shooting competitively. b. Applicant is attending a college that does not have an archery club program, but the student is shooting competitively on their own. i. If the student starts a new archery club program at their school, this will be a major factor to receive a scholarship the next year. ii. Students that are more successful starting archery clubs will be considered for greater scholarship amounts. 3. If the Applicant has made the current Olympic, PanAm, or Other International Team through the USA Archery selection process: Scholarship amounts will vary between $2,500-5,000 based on the archer’s accomplishments and future competition plans. a. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee may approve a ‘training grant’ for Olympic, PanAm, or World Team members that have graduated from college, and allow them to use the grant to pay for training, and competition travel expenses without needing to be spent on the archer’s education. (Though this situation is expected to be rare, it will allow top US archers to apply for financial support.) 4. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee has the discretion to create a larger scholarship for an extraordinary applicant (up to $20,000) depending on specontinued on page 51

Scholarship Application Please type or print and submit application to: NFAA Headquarters, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078 (Completed applications must be received by the NFAA Office no later than December 31, 2012.) Last Name __________________ First Name _________________ MI __ Birth Date ____________________ 1. Male _______ Female _______ (optional response) 2. Address: ________________________________ City ____________________ State ___ Zip _______ 3. Phone: ____________________________ E-Mail: ________________________________________ 4. Social Security Number: ______-_____-_______ Age or Date of Birth: _______________________ 5. Are you a current member of the NFAA ____________or USA Archery/ NAA __________ . a. When did you first join NFAA _______________ USA Archery/NAA ____________ b. Other archery organization membership___________________________________ b. Other archery organization membership _________________________________ . 6. Do you compete with a compound ___________ or recurve ___________ bow. Applicants that are not currently enrolled in a college or university, complete Section 7-8. College/university students please complete Section 9. All applicants are to complete Sections 10-16 and sign the application. APPLICANTS THAT ARE NOT IN COLLEGE, PLEASE COMPLETE SECTIONS 7 & 8, AND SECTIONS 10-16. 7. Name of the school you are currently enrolled in: ____________________________ a. ( Is this a High School _____ Middle School _____ Primary School _____) b. Date of planned high school graduation: ___________________ c. If you have already graduated, date of graduation: ________________ i. Class rank at graduation (numerical position/total in class):____/____ (Please attach a school letter or copy of graduation ranking to confirm.) ii. High school GPA: _____________ (Please attach a copy of transcript showing GPA.) 8. If you are in high school, what college do you expect to attend?_______________________ College City and State: __________________________________________________________ a. Have you been accepted to this institution? _________ b. List the year and month studies are expected to start ________________ c. Major you intend to pursue _______________________________ d. Does this college have an archery club? _______________ i. If not, are you interested in starting a college archery club? __________ APPLICANTS THAT ARE IN COLLEGE, PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION 9 AND SECTIONS 10-16. 9. Name of college/university you attend: _______________________ City ____________ State _____ i. College hours completed: ______ Quarter or Semester Hours? ______ ii. Cumulative College GPA (4.0 scale) __________ (Please attach a copy of transcript showing GPA.)

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iii. Does this college have an archery club? ___________ iv. Do you participate and compete with the school archery club? ________ 10. Tell us about your archery experience. a. What was your USAT ranking at the end of the prior year __________. i. What is your current USAT ranking _________ As of what date ________ . b. Have you been a resident athlete at the Olympic Training Center ________ . i. Have you trained at the OTC? ______ When _______________ c. Have you been a member of the US Olympic, PanAm or other International Team? What year (or years)? __________________________________________________ d. Were you a JOAD Olympian or Junior World Team Member? What year(s) _____ i. Did you compete at the JOAD National Championships? What year(s) ______ e. Did you participate at the USIAC in the prior year? ______What was your score and what place did you finish? i. Year______ (Score) _______ (Place)_____ ii. Year______ (Score) _______ (Place) _____ iii. Year ______ (Score) _______ (Place) _____ f. Did you participate in the NAA or NFAA Sectional Tournaments in the prior year? i. Sectional ______________ Score ________ Place _______ NAA _____ NFAA _____ ii. Sectional_______________ Score ________ Place _______ NAA _____ NFAA _____ iii. Sectional _______________ Score _______ Place _______ NAA _____ NFAA _____ g. Did you participate in the NFAA Indoor, Outdoor, or 3-D Nationals in the prior year? i. Indoor _________ Division __________________ Score ______ Place _____ ii. Outdoor _______ Division __________________ Score _______ Place _____ _________ Division __________________ Score _______ Place _____ iii. 3-D h. Did you participate in the World Archery Festival 3-Star Tour in the prior year? Division __________________ Score _______ Place _____ i. Vegas Shoot Division __________________ Score _______ Place _____ ii. Indoor National iii. Stanislawski Open Division __________________ Score _______ Place_____ 11. Have you applied for any other archery scholarships? _______ a. Describe the archery scholarship that you have applied for, indicate the amount requested, and the amount of any scholarship that has been approved. _____________________________________________________________________ 12. Have you previously received a scholarship from Easton Foundations or the NFAAF? a. Date __________ Amount _________ b. Date __________ Amount _________ 13. Extra curricular activities (non-archery clubs and organizations you belong to, use reverse side if necessary). ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14. What are your hobbies & interests besides archery. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 15. What are you goals in archery. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16. Other comments: ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ p I confirm that all information submitted on this Scholarship Application Form is correct to the best of my knowledge. Applicant Signature:______________________________________________ Date: __________________ (All applicants must sign the application) Parent/Guardian Signature: _______________________________________ Date:__________________ (Parent or guardian must sign for all applicants under the age of 18.) Incomplete applications will not be considered. 48 Archery Magazine

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NFAA® Council & Board of Directors NFAA® Council

NFAA® Board of Directors

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 217/652-5836 jlynnmac@royell.org

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

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

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

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

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

Kathy Potter Director - MO PO Box 108 Huntsville, MO 65259 660/651-3175 potter.mbh@cvalley.net

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

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

Andy Turnquist Director - WY 2060 Wolf Rd. Gillette, WY 82718 307/257-7509 andyturn@bresnan.net

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

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

Southeast Mike Albertson Director - AL 3385 Coe Rd. Slocomb AL 36375-4010 334/324-9322 JMAlbertson@aol.com

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Michael Wright Director - NH PO box 237 Marlboro, NH 03455 603/876-4249 barebownh@aol.com Bruce Mulneix Director - RI 6101 Post Rd. Trlr 73, N. Kingstown, RI 02852 401/269-9181 Northwest Hubert Sims Director - ID PO Box 1713 Orofino, ID 83544 208/476-5377 hmsarchery@email.com

Glen Baxter Director - KY 9301 Whitley Rd. Louisville, KY 40272 502-262-6738 gbaxter@heiltrailer.com Chris Wilson Director - NC 114 Water Filter Plant Rd. Morganton, NC 28655 828/403-1795 rockinarcher@charter.net S. Dale Smith Director - SC 149 Low Road Six Mile, SC 29682 864/868-9422 sdalesmith@yahoo.com Clinton Berry Director - TN 1802 Porter Road Nashville, TN 37206 615/943-1919 Caberry3@att.net Southern Garry Randall Director - MS 5301 Baron Rd. Summit, MS 39666 601/249-2988 garryche@bellsouth.net Dick Andrews Director - AR 11 Tuxford Circle Bellavista, AR 72714 479/855-6066 andr-ds@cox.net

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

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

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

Dave Eastman Director - OK 202 S. Orphan St. Pryor, OK 74361 918/825-3149

Tom Daley Director - CA 12916 Austin Forest Circle Auburn, CA 95602 650/722-2713 nfaadir@cbhsaa@org Sheri Stine-Trujillo Director - CO 7723 Raritan Street Denver, CO 80221 303/427-4430 sherist1000@msn.com Mark Kato Director - HI PO Box 62252 Honolulu, HI 96839 808/386-9771

Committee Chairmen Pro Chairperson Chuck Cooley 404 10th St. Watkins Glen, NY 14891 607/343-8990 chuckcooley@gmail.com Certified Instructor Committee vacant Bowhunting Chairman Tom Vollmer 800 Archery Lane Yankton, SD 57078-4174 605/260-9279 nvollmer@nfaausa.com

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

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

affiliated clubs in

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

sport of archery

Lynn Higley Sec/Treas - UT 369 Plaza Circle Grantsville, UT 84029 435/830-3288 lyhigley@gmail.com

Professional Representatives Great Lakes Jeff Button 2889 Busston Rd. Cottage Grove, WI 53527 608/839-5137 New England Chris Deston 74 Springbrook Dr. Glastonbury, CT 06033 860/8171177 Midwest vacant Midatlantic Kendall Woody 194 Arrowhead Dr. Madison Heights, VA 24572 434/929-0223 Southern vacant Southeast Diane Watson 11815 Lakewood Drive Hudson, FL 34669 727/856-6841 DianeN2Archery@aol.com Southwest Jonathan Pemberton 1652 N. 2100 W. Provo, UT 85604 801/323-3704

the United States and abroad. The

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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easton foundations/nfaa joint scholarship continued from pg. 46 cial circumstances and the Applicant’s accomplishments. RANKING SELECTION CRITERIA The following criteria will be used by the NFAA Scholarship Committee to assign the applications to the appropriate scholarship level and to rank the applicants. 1. The applicant’s prior year end USAT Ranking, and their current year ranking at the time the application was submitted. a. Senior Mens’ & Senior Womens’ Recurve or Compound b. Junior Boys’ & Junior Girls’ Recurve or Compound 2. Is (was) the applicant a Resident Athlete at the Olympic Training Center. 3. Is (was) applicant a member of the US Olympic, Pan Am or other International Team? 4. Is (was) the applicant a JOAD Olympian or Junior World Team member? a. Did applicant compete at the JOAD National

Championships? 5. Did the applicant participate at the USIAC in the prior year? 6. Did the applicant participate in the NAA or NFAA Sectional Tournaments in the prior year? 7. Did the applicant participate in the NFAA Indoor, Outdoor, or 3-D Nationals in the prior year? 8. Did the applicant participate in the World Archery Festival’s 3-Star Tour in the prior year? 9. Did the applicant participate in the NASP National Championship? 10. The applicant’s GPA, college entrance scores, and community support activities, are important Ranking Selection Criteria, and will be considered after evaluating the applicant’s archery experience and capability to improve/enhance future US Archery Teams. The Joint Scholarship Approval Committee will make the final determination of which students will receive scholarships and the amount of each scholarship. n

tournament site practice | larry wise continued from pg. 13 performance? You bet it would. That person is called a coach, and when the tournament is over they can be really helpful in putting your performance into perspective. They can keep you from being too high or too low. A good coach can help you cut through the emotions surrounding the tournament conditions and results. Such a view is essential in planning your next step so that you don’t waste time chasing something that wasn’t really a problem—you just thought it was. A coach with skills related to the mental game can help keep you in a more balanced state of mind and that will short cut the path to your next set of goals. CONCLUSION The basic ideas presented in this article are not new ideas by any stretch of the imagination. They are, however, effective for those who choose to put them into practice. Your job is to put them into practice. I know that’s not so easy—all you can do is try. I learned a lot by trial and error without even so much as a hint of what to do. You’ll be way ahead of that with a good starting plan. With a good plan you will be able to make it all happen with less effort than it took me. Just following some of what has been presented in this article will help you work “smarter” when getting ready for your next event. Good luck doing it. n

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