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BCY EXPANDS ITS RANGE OF HALO SERVING Now available in .014”, 0.19”, .024” and .030” sizes

BCY has added two new sizes to its range of Halo serving material:

by Paul Davison For the past umpteen years, there’s been a great debate as to whether the Outdoor Nationals should be three or five days in duration. There are too many different reasons favoring each format to list here, but Dakota Archery, the host club, came up with a neat compromise that would just about satisfy everyone; namely, a combination of the 3-day and 5-day formats. As NFAA and Dakota Archery President Bruce Cull outlined in the Apr/May 2006 issue of this magazine, the 2006 format is as follows: Monday, 28 Field; Tuesday, 28 Hunter; Wednesday, 28 Animal; Thursday, 28 Field; and Friday, 28 Hunter. The total of one Field round, one Hunter round and the Animal round is the best one can score for the week. Each competitor had the option of: (1) shooting all five days and discarding their lower Field and Hunter scores, (2) shooting only Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, (3) shooting only Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, or (4) shooting only Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday was the only day all competitors had to shoot. Since the Unmarked 3-D National Championship was held Saturday and Sunday, the

two days preceding start of the Outdoor Nationals, it meant that those wishing to shoot both tournaments were not required to stay a full seven days. Now, one could combine the 3-D with option (2) above for just five consecutive days: Saturday through Wednesday. Last year, many 3-D participants didn’t register for the five-day Outdoor just because seven days of intense competition was either too expensive, or too exhausting, or both. After all, Dakota Archery’s offer to have the tournaments back-to-back was based on introducing 3-D shooters to Field Archery at the highest competitive level. Because of the 3-day/5-day format, and the fact that not everyone was present until Wednesday, the traditional Opening Ceremonies and Pro-Am team event were moved from Sunday to Wednesday evening, as well as from Yankton’s Crane-Youngworth Field to the practice range at Gavins Point. Likewise, Sunday’s Unmarked 3-D Championship awards were presented in the Best Western’s air conditioned conference center, rather than at the unbearably hot football stadium. Being NFAA Historian and nostalgia buff, this reporter did a survey among the old-timers here. My question was, “Who has attended the most consecutive Outdoor Nation-

.014” diameter Halo for serving areas on the string and serving where there is high abrasion but the diameter of the serving must be very small. 0.30” diameter Halo for center serving when a small number of strands are used in the string. All Halo serving material is 100% Spectra and has high abrasion resistance For more information, contact BCY at: 697 Middle Street, Middletown, CT 06457, U.S.A. Phone: 860-632-7115 • Fax: 860-632-5775 e-mail: bcyray@msn.com • web site: www.bcyfibers.com 4 Archery Magazine October/November 2006

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als?” Unless we missed somebody, it appears that we have a tie between Don Will of Illinois and Rosie Pridgen of Oklahoma. Both Don and Rosie have shot in every National Outdoor Championship from 1972 through 2006 —that’s 35 years!

Don Will and Rosie Pridgen have attended 35 consecutive Outdoor Nationals

The following paragraphs summarize the day-byday highlights for all seven days. With the “mulligan” provisions offered to the five-day shooters, however, it was difficult for this reporter to assess the closeness of many races until the last day, Friday. Under the standard five-day format, if a top shooter happened to have a bad Monday or Tuesday, he could very well be out of the Championship, and would be shooting for “funsies” the rest of the week. Now, by taking his mulligans for his low Field and Hunter rounds, he always has a chance to catch up. Moreover, since there is no mulligan for the single Animal round, it puts more pressure on the top shooters to have their best day on Wednesday. SATURDAY, JULY 22ND Last year was the first time that a NFAA National 3-D Championship, either Marked or Unmarked, was held in conjunction with the Outdoor Nationals. The word must have gotten out that this was a good idea because attendance at the 2006 Unmarked 3-D Championship was a record, and nearly 40% greater than last year. With Dakota Archery’s 21st Annual Whitetail Classic, held at the same time on the same venue (Missouri and Rushmore ranges), total attendance at the two-day 3-D events was over 400. [The Whitetail Classic doesn’t require NFAA membership, but knowing Bruce Cull, most of them probably were.] Total registration for the three tournaments was well over 900 ... a sure indication that the National Outdoor and Unmarked 3-D Championships will return to Yankton in the near future. Top score Saturday was a great 338 (out of possible 360) by Tim Gillingham, last year’s Male Shooter of the Year. Second highest score was an equally 6 Archery Magazine October/November 2006

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great 321 shot by AMBHFS Mark Wagner, with fixed pins and no optics. Pro Michael Braden and AMFS Bill Lewis both had 320’s, while Pro Tipton Cook and AMFS Stan Harmon followed with 316’s. Pro Linda Owen, last year’s Female Shooter of the Year, lead fellow Pro Alicia McHenry 307 to 304, while PMFSL Rodney Huffman led defending champion Charlie Owens 309 to 302. For those wanting to reminisce with world class bowhunter, author and publisher Doug Walker, as well to pick up some equipment tips from Pro Dave Cousins, there was the free seminar at Dakota Archery Saturday evening. Doug played a videotaped interview with Fred Bear, secretly made during their last bowhunt together. SUNDAY, JULY 23RD Sunday’s agenda was essentially identical to Saturday’s, except there was a 9:00 am shotgun start rather than Saturday’s casual start (back-ups are more prevalent in a casual start). Tim Gillingham continued to pour it on by shooting a 340, for a 678 ... bettering runner-up Michael Braden’s 642 by 36 points. In PFFS, the results were closer: Linda Owen finished with a 621 to Alicia McHenry’s 612 and Ginger Morehead’s 610. In PMFSL, Rodney Huffman dropped two points to Charlie Owens, but held on to win by five points, 617 to 612. The AMFS championship race was also close. Bill Lewis (307), Stan Harmon (308) and Scott Kamrath (307) were essentially equal on Sunday, but with Bill (627) winning by three points over Stan (624) and six points over Scott (621). In AMBHFS, Mark Wagner dropped 35 points from Saturday’s score, but won by three points, 607 to 604, over Brad Wolf. Mark Hand’s 603 was a close third. Complete results for the 2006 Unmarked 3-D Championship are listed elsewhere in this issue, as well as on www.fieldarchery.com.

Cubs shooting Sunday’s 3-D on the Dakota range

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The Unmarked 3-D Championship awards were presented by renowned bowhunter and writer Chuck Adams at Minerva’s in the Best Western Sunday evening. After the banquet, Chuck led a seminar on “Hunting America’s Largest Antlered Animals.” The evening was capped off with the presentation of NFAA’s Compton Medal of Honor to Chuck Adams by NFAA President Bruce Cull.

Shooters start to gather to hear the Monday morning announcements

The legendary Doug Walker at the 3-D Awards Ceremony

535, and Bill Hakl in AMBHFS had a fine 540 — all better than last year’s first round scores. The 3-day/5-day format was somewhat confusing to many scoreboard watchers. Although it was easy to see, “who’s leading on Monday,” it didn’t mean that they were leading the tournament. One must remember that some shooters hadn’t shot the Field round yet, while others would be discarding their Monday score. The talk among the barebow (Barebow, Bowhunter and Traditional) community was the decision made by 11-time National Champion David Hughes to return to the under 55 AMBB ranks. [He won the SMBB title here last year.] After nearly a ten year layoff, and the return to 500+ scores, Dave decided it was worth a try. He even talked fellow senior Tom Daley into joining him and challenging defending AMBB Champion Rick Stark. Although Monday scores weren’t all that outstanding (Dave and Rick took mulligans), Tom led the threesome with a 486 to Rick’s 484 and Dave’s 480. As you will see, the virtual lead changed throughout the week.

NFAA President Bruce Cull presents Chuck Adams the prestigious Compton Medal of Honor

MONDAY, JULY 24TH Although their word wasn’t binding, about 15% of those registered indicated that they would shoot from Monday through Wednesday only. About 4% said that they wouldn’t start until Tuesday, and even a smaller percentage opted for Wednesday through Friday. Therefore, about 80% of the Field shooters decided to shoot all five days. A few of these 5-day shooters, however, decided to take their mulligans on days they weren’t feeling feel, or just wanted a rest. Some very good 28-Field scores were shot today. Maybe it was because some 5-day shooters were thinking, “Relax. I can always take my first mulligan.” For example, Pro Jesse Broadwater was only one point off perfect with a 559, while Rob Morgan in AMFS shot 555, Pro FSL Rodney Huffman a

Monday morning’s practice line

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A foursome of attractive YAFFS competitors. Eventual champion Samantha Neal is front left

Andy Sanchez from Long Beach CA. took his mouse while Bow hunting in Maine. He shot his mouse at 45 yards, using a Buck master and 2512 arrows with wasp hammer 125 tips.

Harold D. Anglin of CA. took down his Pig while Bowhunting in Medina County, TX. Steve J. Vittetow of Durango CO. Took his fine Mule Buck at 35 yards leaving him in his tracks.

TUESDAY, JULY 25TH Today, it’s the first Hunter round. Again, the sum of the Monday and Tuesday scores were only used to allow the shooters to be allegedly “grouped with their competition.” If someone had a particularly low round on Monday or Tuesday, they weren’t allowed to discard it until Thursday or Friday. In AFFS, Julia Stover shot 18 points better than Monday, jumping over three others to lead Sue Weinstein 1068 to 1064. In a similar move, Dave Hughes went from third to first in AMBB with a 493 to lead Tom Daley by one point and Rick Stark by two points. Both Bill Hakl and Jeff Human shot super 547’s in AMBHFS, but Bill maintained a four point lead, 1087 to 1083. In AMFS, Jim Hutchinson’s 555 was the best Hunter round of the day to tie J.C. Bradbury at 1101 total for the two days. Pros Jamie Van Natta and Christie Colin were also tied with 1090’s for the first two rounds. Jesse Broadwater added one point to his lead in PMFS with a 555 to go with yesterday’s 559 ... only six points off perfect for the two days. Rodney Huffman increased his lead in PMFSL (over Charlie Owens) to seven points with a 536 and 1071 total.

Terry Proctor of Wildomar CA. took down a Sitka Deer while Bowhunting Kodiak Island in AK.

Harold D. Anglin of Redlands CA. took a Bobcat while Bowhunting the Val Verde area in the state of Texas 8 Archery Magazine October/November 2006

Pros Erika Anschutz and Christie Colin on Badlands #1

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Pro Linda Owen getting a closer look

WEDNESDAY, JULY 26TH There are no second chances with the Animal round. Today, everybody, whether a 3-day or 5day shooter, must shoot 28 Animals. Moreover, with the Animals on Wednesday rather than on the traditional Friday, what used to be a more-or-less “fun” round, suddenly becomes the most important round of the entire tournament. Before the onepoint bonus spot was added four years ago, perfect score for 28 Animals was a “routine” 560 for the expert shooters. Now, perfect is 588. Julia Stover’s 575 certainly didn’t hurt her position in AFFS, increasing her virtual lead to seven over Sue Weinstein. In AMBB, Dave Hughes and Rick Stark shot identical 557’s, leaving Dave two points better than Rick, but Tom Daley’s 549 dropped him to third. Bill Hakl’s lead increased to six points by virtue of his 574 Animal to Jeff Human’s 572. The AMFS race got tighter. Monday’s leader Rob Morgan stormed back and tied Jim Hutchinson for the lead with a great 582 to Jim’s 577. J. C. Bradway and Zak Kurtzhals were tied for third, just one point behind. In PFFS, Jamie Van Natta and Christie Colin remained tied ... both shooting a 574 Animal. Pro Jesse Broadwater increased his lead over Dave Cousins to five points by shooting a 585 Animal, only three points off perfect. Following the mid-week Opening Ceremonies, the annual Pro-Am was held Wednesday evening on the practice range. Here, a NFAA Pro (male or female) is grouped with one or two randomly picked “amateurs,” forming two-person teams headed by the Pro. The targets are standard clay pigeons mounted on butts spaced from 20 through 65 yards (pigeon size increases with distance). Basically, the team that breaks the most clay pigeons in the fewest number of shots splits the prize money. As may be seen in the accompanying Pro-Am tally (see page 54, Pro Tom Crowe and amateur Michael Pestilli split the $346 first place award. CONTINUED on page 10 Archery Magazine October/November 2006 9


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THURSDAY, JULY 27TH This is the day that the scoreboard watchers really went nuts. The scoreboard adds the scores from Monday through Thursday, without regard to the lower of two Field rounds being thrown out. The low Field and Hunter round scores aren’t discarded until all scores are in after Friday’s Hunter round. Therefore, rather than reporting the 4-day totals, we’ll tell you here whether the leaders threw out Monday’s or Thursday’s Field round. As you’ll see, nearly all the leaders shot better on Thursday than on Monday. Julia Stover’s 538 in AFFS was 13 points better than Monday’s score. Dave Hughes was two points better today, while Rick Stark kept his Monday score. Bill Hakl (+8), Rob Morgan (+1), Zak Kurtzhals (+9), J. C. Bradway (+5), Jim Hutchinson (+3), Pro Jamie Van Natta (+1), Pro Jahna Davis (+8), and Pro Sally Robie (+11) all had better second Field Rounds. Pros Jesse Broadwater (-5), Dave Cousins (-3) and Rodney Huffman (-1) kept their Monday scores.

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Dave Cousins locks in on a 40 yarder

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AMFS title by three points over Zak Kurtzhals. In the AMBB “nostalgia” match, David Hughes, who was leading after Thursday, lost four points to his Tuesday score, while defending Champion Rick Stark bettered his Tuesday score by 12 points. Rick kept the “Texas Belt” by an eight-point margin.

Jahna Davis and Jamie Van Natta in a three-target shootoff for the Pro Female Freestyle Championship

Jesse Broadwater provides some shade for fellow Pro Jimmy Butts

Defending Champ Rick Stark goes head-to-head with David Hughes, whose first AMBB Championship was in 1968

Part of the crowd following Jahna and Jamie’s three-target shoot-off on the Lewis & Clark range

Ginger Morehead elbow-to-elbow on Crazy Horse #28 ... a 35-yard fan

Jesse Broadwater and Dave Cousins shooting the 35-yard fan on Lewis & Clark’s #18

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FRIDAY, JULY 28TH Thank heavens for computers and a very clever Marihelen Rogers, NFAA Executive Secretary. For every shooter who shot two Field and two Hunter rounds, the computer automatically tossed out the mulligans and summed: (1) the higher Field round, plus (2) the higher Hunter round, plus (3) the single Animal round. It took no longer to tally the final results than for a “normal” five-day tournament. Without a hand-held computer, however, it’s difficult to imagine how some of the competitors in close matches figured out how they stood during Friday’s second Hunter round. Not only did they have to remember how many points up or down they were with respect to their Tuesday score, but how their competition was doing with respect to Tuesday as well. In some cases there was no need to worry. For example, Julia Stover in AFFS had an outstanding 543 on Tuesday and could afford to take it easy on Friday. She won by 17 points. Likewise Bill Hakl in AMBHFS was 11 points down from his Tuesday’s score, but still won by nine points over Jeff Human. Rob Morgan, however, who had “only” a 541 on Tuesday, needed a 550 on Friday to grab the

Master Seniors Jim Threadgill and Monty Heishman on the Crazy Horse range

Even though Pro Jamie Van Natta shot three points better on Friday, Jahna Davis caught her by shooting nine points better than her first Hunter round. Jamie then went on to win the three-target tie-breaker. There wasn’t the same excitement in PMFS. Jesse Broadwater’s five point lead after Thursday was too much for Dave Cousins to overcome, even though Dave bettered his Tuesday score by three points. All 2006 National Outdoor day-by-day scores, plus the total of the higher Field, higher Hunter and Animal round scores, are listed in this issue, and on www.fieldarchery.com. With remarkable efficiency, Marihelen Rogers had all the results tallied by 5:30 pm, and the award ceremonies actually started ahead of the promised start-time. Because of this year’s “better round”

format, computation of the flight breakdowns was not accomplished until after all scores were tallied. As a result, some shooters had no idea that they had won a flight award until it was announced at the awards ceremony. The 61st National Outdoor Championship awards ceremony was capped off with presentation of NFAA’s Male and Female Shooter of the Year awards to Dave Cousins and Ginger Morehead. Primarily a 3-D shooter, Ginger finished third in the Unmarked 3-D here and seventh in the

2006 NFAA Shooters of the Year Ginger Morehead and Dave Cousins Archery Magazine October/November 2006 11


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The 2006 National Outdoor Champions

National Outdoor. As related here, Dave was second in PMFS. Congratulations to Ginger Morehead and Dave Cousins for an outstanding year!

2006 3-D UNMARKED FINAL RESULTS SAT

SUN

ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 CARIE BUSH KS 263 275 ANAISE FALGOUT LA 265 268 KIM KUCHTA SD 268 256 KRISS TRIPP NE 230 282 LINDA WILEY NE 252 254 LAURA CHUMLEY SC 225 265 JULIE EGGERS NE 235 231 JENNIFER RADDATZ SD 239 223 462 TONI ST UPERY LA 228 229 ADA CREDEUR LA 233 210 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LTD. FLIGHT1 CONNIE RANDALL MO 218 197 LANA LYNDE ND 202 196 GLENYS MORROW MO 199 146 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 STACY PEARCE CA 296 269 KATHY FABER SD 278 258 BERNADETTE PETRUSKI NJ 257 265 CHRIS JOHANNESEN NE 269 243 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LTD. RECURVE/LONGBOW FLIGHT1 LYNN WALTER CO 141 131 ADULT FEMALE TRADITIONAL FLIGHT1 CAY MCMANUS VA 144 146 ADULT MALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 BILL HAYS NE 282 292 RICK STARK VA 278 269 SHANE MOORE MO 260 259 RON ST CLAIR TX 235 252 CLINT PALMER MT 229 210 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FLIGHT1 LYLE POLAND NE 269 233 JAMES GLEICH SD 244 241 ROBIN OMDAHL ND 251 233 ROBERT BORGES NM 209 224 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 MARK WAGNER IA 321 286 BRAD WOLF SD 308 296 MATT HAND NE 291 312

TTL

538 1 533 2 524 3 512 4 506 5 490 6 466 7 8 457 9 443 10 415 398 345

1 2 3

565 536 522 512

1 2 3 4

272

1

290

1

574 547 519 487 439

1 2 3 4 5

502 485 484 433

1 2 3 4

607 604 603

1 2 3

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JULY 22-28, 2006 SAT

SUN

TTL

WARD TUTTLE SD 295 JON HARDESTY SD 290 RICKY ST UPERY LA 290 TODD HANTEN SD 287 STEVE LAMKE MN 285 TAB KALINSKI NE 287 NEIL CHANDLER NE 288 TODD PRICE NE 287 KEVIN OLSON NE 286 DUGIE DENTON MT 289 DAVID CHUMLEY SC 288 DOUG MILLER SD 287 CORY COLE SD 285 FLIGHT2 DAVID DALY IN 283 DENNIS DAHLKOETTER NE 279 JEFF LOW IA 280 WARREN RUSH IA 278 JOSE ARAGON NM 274 JERRY SANFORD NE 280 JOHN JR HANTEN SD 284 RICK KRUTHOFF SD 278 TRACY JONAS KS 274 BOB MARQUARDT IA 278 DEAN HOUSER SD 280 KEITH STRUBLE SD 283 KENNETH SCHNEIDER NE 275 JASON DAHL SD 276 BRENT KNEIFL NE 279 FLIGHT3 SHANE HAZLEDINE SD 272 KYLE COREY IA 270 ERIC MOORE SD 270 JEFF RUSSO SD 264 JON EIDE ND 259 CRAIG SHAEFER SD 263 DERRICK BURFORD NM 261 ADAM OTT NE 269 SCOTT DAHLE MN 259 RON TIBKE SD 261 CHUCK SCHOEPF SD 252 BILL WILEY NE 271 MARK OSWALD SD 262 FLIGHT4 DEVIN BAKLEY 244 JEFF HAYS 251 STUART SVEEGGEN SD 249 ED BROGIE NE 246 DANIEL SPARKS 225 RONNIE FALGOUT LA 246 MICHAEL PEITZ NE 239 STEVE STUEN 235 JASON BERGSTEDT SD 219 JASON WOODWARD IA 212 MIKE HENRICKSON SD 223 ALAN NIEWEG IA 218 KEVIN BICKLE IA 216 MARK HANSEN NE 171 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LTD. FLIGHT1 LEROY CAPP SD 290 TIM RANDALL MO 282 BRUCE WILLIAMSON OR 274 STAN SR. HARMON MO 281 JOHN PONCELET SD 271 REED HILTERMANN CO 246 BILL WELDER SD 237 DONALD NANKIVEL SD 206 JAY BOUSHEE NM 212 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 BILL LEWIS NE 320 STAN JR HARMON MO 316 SCOTT KAMRATH MN 314 TODD FINKELSON 311 AL KRAUS SD 308 BRAD JOHANNESEN NE 298 STEVEN BINGER WI 301 RYAN KNOBLOCH IA 294 ROB SMITH GA 294 RUDY FITZSIMMONS MN 306 BRETT NIBBE MN 294 TRENT TEETS ND 297 CORY HONSTEIN 297 BRYCE PICK SD 294

304 309 300 302 304 299 294 286 287 282 282 283 237

599 599 590 589 589 586 582 573 573 571 570 570 522

4 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 12

302 303 296 293 296 288 279 285 288 280 275 268 269 249 279

585 582 576 571 570 568 563 563 562 558 555 551 544 525

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

310 291 291 297 296 284 286 275 282 274 276 252 260

582 1 561 2 561 2 561 2 555 3 547 4 547 4 544 5 541 6 535 7 528 8 523 9 522 10

280 272 273 262 281 255 260 246 260 261 249 226 221 159

524 523 522 508 506 501 499 481 479 473 472 444 437 330

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

289 284 290 275 238 234 241 244 199

579 566 564 556 509 480 478 450 411

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

307 308 307 302 293 303 294 300 296 283 294 286 284 281

627 624 621 613 601 601 595 594 590 589 588 583 581 575

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

MIKE LEDBETTER SD FLIGHT2 DOUG ELLIS SD GREG ANDREWS WI SHAWN LEEPER MO JEFF RUUD MN SCOTT BRUNNER WI THOMAS WILSON ND JAMES RICKRODE SD KEITH HOFER SD DWIGHT PESCHONG SD MIKE LONG SD MARK EGGERS NE DONALD WILSON MI JOHN HANSEN NE JEFF MC NAIL UT ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 JIM CLOOS SD JEFF STEVENS MN RON LEWON IA DAVE BRUNTZ IA TRENT WITHERS SD ADULT MALE TRADITIONAL FLIGHT1 DENNY VANDERWILT SD RONALD HANKINS MO TERRY MORROW MO KEVIN SCHOEPF SD TERRY CREDEUR LA JOE MCMANUS VA CUB FEMALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 MC KENZIE MIX SD CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 PAIGE PEARCE CA MADISON MCLAURY SD CUB FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 SCHUYLER COMBS TX GABBY KEISER SD CUB MALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 SKYLAR MIX SD DUGAN DENTON MT CUB MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 ANDREW SCHIERMANN NE BRIAN BOESE NE KADEN PEARCE CA ELLIOT CULL SD ZEBULUN WILSON MI CUB MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 ALLEN CAPP SD DAKOTA LEEPER MO MASTER SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 SKIP MEISENHEIMER SD MASTER SENIOR MALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 MAURICE SHELTON FL MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 RICHARD MC CLINTOCK CA TEDDY LYNN SC DOUG AUCKLAND NM TIM AUSTIN FL ROBERT “BOB” BARDEN SD WAYNE DAVIDSON AZ WILLIAM ARLEDGE NE FRED STAHL FL GORDON OLAND TN JIM HAMILTON AZ AL MEISENHEIMER SD WALLY MILLER IA PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 LINDA OWEN MS ALICIA MCHENRY PA GINGER MOREHEAD TX CONNIE CALLOWAY TN RHONDA CALHOUN TX PRO MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1

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SUN

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251

549 14

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310 308 289 288 296 280 284 279 285 291 266 258 228 277

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287 266 268 259 241

279 265 260 247 231

566 531 528 506 472

1 2 3 4 5

234 237 217 184 157 132

243 214 196 178 188 146

477 451 413 362 345 278

1 2 3 4 5 6

63

83

146

1

314 188

294 180

608 368

1 2

218 41

237 74

455 115

1 2

214 146

215 191

429 337

1 2

244 260 212 212 126

288 240 262 231 106

532 500 474 443 232

1 2 3 4 5

253 179

266 108

519 287

1 2

145

197

342

1

171

175

346

1

298 278 290 279 263 271 256 262 242 245 133 238

283 288 271 251 267 258 272 262 238 232 106 0

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307 304 305 278 290

314 308 305 312 293

621 612 610 590 583

1 2 3 4 5

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TIMOTHY GILLINGHAM UT 338 MICHAEL BRADEN TX 320 TIPTON COOK 316 EVAN BAIZE KY 311 RODGER WILLETT, JR VA 312 STEVEN STARK VA 302 TYLER PIERCE SD 283 PRO MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 RODNEY HUFFMAN MO 309 CHARLIE OWENS IN 302 GENE CURRY TX 298 ROBERT BESANCENEY KS 284 GUY ROSE 281 SENIOR MALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 WILLIAM VRABEL PA 242 JIM LAIRD PA 214 BEN BROWN FL 180 RUSSELL BROWN S. 127 SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 DAN KOLB WY 281 TONY BUEHLMANN SD 287 BRUCE GREGOIRE ND 293 MIKE COLLINS NY 298 DAVID CIZADLO SD 284 DALE SEGEBART IA 280 SHORTY FABER SD 281 GEORGE “THE G” AVOURIS TX 278 JAMES BORG 251 LARRY REZAE SD 251 DON EGGERT IA 236 GREG NIELSEN IA 152 ERIK WATTS UT 116 LAVERNE WOOCK IA 110 RAY MAY MD 000 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 DENNY AMBERG SD 288 STEVE TINCHER WV 278 JOHN TRIGG IL 218 TERRY DIEFENDERFER 261 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 LOREN HASSEBROEK SD 257 DON IVERSON 225 SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL FLIGHT1 MIKE FRIZZELL TX 255 JERRY GRABMAN IN 219 TIM VAN VOORHIS FL 225 LINN NELSON WI 205 JACK THORPE PA 162 FRANK TAYLOR SD 191 SENIOR PRO MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 THOMAS CROWE OR 320 GEORGE PHARIS TX 312 DERRY NULL OH 305 GEORGE DIXON AR 312 ROGER WHEATON CO 302 STEVE BOYLAN IL 289 RONNIE SMART OK 296 RICHARD BRADFORD OK 301 BEN ROGERS CA 286 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 BELINDA HICKMAN NE 241 CHELSEY HANSEN NE 230 SYDNEY SHAEFER SD 253 MEGAN KRUTHOFF SD 204 MEGAN EGGERS NE 174 YOUNG ADULT MALE BAREBOW FLIGHT1 STEVEN P BALDOWSKI GA 157 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE FLIGHT1 BEN TEETS ND 310 ETHAN COLE SD 269 SCOTT OSWALD SD 279 TOM DRUMMOND SD 291 MATT LIND WI 273 JUSTIN EVANS WY 261 TYLER GARCIA CO 259 ED HANSEN NE 234

340 322 319 323 311 319 302

678 642 635 634 623 621 585

1 2 3 4 5 6 8

$400.00 $240.00 $160.00

308 310 306 309 306

617 612 604 593 587

1 2 3 4 7

$260.00 $140.00

197 196 190 143

439 410 370 270

1 2 3 4

292 284 276 268 272 275 271 267 246 222 227 282 242 209 0

573 571 569 566 556 555 552 545 497 473 463 434 358 319

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

289 288 237 0

577 566 455 261

1 2 3 4

231 225

488 450

1 2

231 225 190 209 205 167

486 444 415 414 367 358

1 2 3 4 5 6

323 316 320 310 304 316 306 298 312

643 628 625 622 606 605 602 599 598

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

231 239 199 189 148

472 469 452 393 322

1 2 3 4 5

154

311

1

281 290 261 243 249 257 231 187

591 559 540 534 522 518 490 421

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

$450.00 $270.00 $180.00

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SUN

TTL

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187

371

9

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251 244 236

494 485 477

1 2 3

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130

0

130

1

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314

314

628

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National Outdoor & Unmarked 3-D CHAMPIONSHIPS LEWIS & CLARK RECREATION AREA

JULY 22-28, 2006

TYSON TUTTLE SD BRETT EGGERS NE CODY MARQUARDT IA STEVE SHAEFER SD DAVE OSWALD SD AUSTIN PICK SD JOHN VOLLMER YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED FLIGHT1 JARED STEVENS MN ADAM CLOOS SD

SAT

SUN

TTL

294 262 244 256 228 233 228

271 262 271 251 247 225 202

565 524 515 507 475 458 430

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

267 141

211 170

478 311

1 2

2006 NFAA OUTDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DAY FLIGHT ONE

STYLE/DIVISION AFBB AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFS AFBHFSL AFBHFSL AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFS AFFSL AFFSL AFFSL AFFSLR/L AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBB AMBH AMBH AMBH AMBH AMBH AMBH AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS

CAY JULENE STACY KIM MARCIA NEECIE ADA TONI JENIFER LANA JULIA SUSAN GEORGIANNA KATHY HEIDI SHELLEY RENEE STACY ANDREA TOBI SHAUNA COLLEEN KATHY DEBBIE CORRINE LORA BECKIE BERNADETTE MERISSA TRUDY JACQUELYN SUSAN VICKI ARIANA LYNN RICK DAVID TOM WLM (BILL) JEFF RANDELL RON KEN RICHARD RONALD ROBERT LYLE JOE CLINT BILL JEFF TIM STEVE SCOTT BILL STEVE WALTER KIRK RICKY

MCMANUS VA HAKL MN PRUITT VA KUCHTA SD JONES IA FALGOUT LA CREDEUR LA ST UPERY LA DAVIES FL LYNDE ND STOVER TN WEINSTEIN MD WITT TX PINDELL IL SNYDER NY SAXWOLD MI POWELL WI PEARCE CA LAMKE MN ROGERS MO MORGAN MT MC GOWAN VA FABER SD BROWN WI MCKENZIE MD SMITH MI SHEPHERD UT PETRUSKI NJ HUGHES TX SHELGREN MI TAYLOR TX BLICKENSTAFF MD LEIMBACH MD HUNT SD WALTER CO STARK VA HUGHES TX DALEY CA BOWEN TX SCHULZ TX BRIMAGER MO ST CLAIR TX GURCHENSKYOH BROMLEY OR SCHMIDT WI BORGES NM POLAND NE MCMANUS VA PALMER MT HAKL MN HUMAN NY EWERS VA COOK WI BRADFORD LA TIEFENTHALER LAMKE MN ERICKSON IL TOTH AZ ST UPERY LA

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MT 1 1 1 1

450 518 518 504 502 474 479 469 454 342 525 527 531 518 517 526 522 511 504 525 518 505 497 498 486 496 0 482 478 479 512 466 457 406 390 484 480 486 475 459 0 457 440 485 422 426 413 387 250 540 536 538 530 525 1 537 526 525 528

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL

STYLE/DIVISION

454 526 513 508 501 499 492 449 465 376 543 537 529 519 527 529 514 523 524 519 511 497 507 487 499 502 481 493 484 486 509 472 464 425 393 487 493 486 470 464 0 470 447 489 453 444 432 396 311 547 547 541 539 543 537 536 540 522 532

468 517 0 505 499 479 480 0 0 393 529 530 522 522 0 516 523 515 518 523 506 503 494 509 494 494 0 493 0 0 0 486 0 419 413 499 489 477 488 460 475 0 452 494 426 0 0 409 0 536 540 535 533 536 528 532 533 532 524

AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFS AMBHFSL AMBHFSL AMBHFSL AMBHFSL AMBHFSL AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS

534 566 555 562 557 558 556 546 550 503 575 572 569 574 567 566 572 568 562 561 560 561 561 559 563 561 566 562 545 529 0 554 553 528 526 557 557 549 535 556 551 537 533 548 534 520 528 509 484 574 572 572 570 571 539 568 566 571 570

463 517 0 512 498 489 474 0 0 393 538 530 540 534 535 520 515 522 524 525 518 517 507 504 510 498 506 494 477 0 0 478 0 382 418 483 482 464 470 452 451 0 442 494 438 0 0 409 0 548 541 546 543 536 574 530 531 533 530

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463 518 518 512 502 489 479 469 454 393 538 530 540 534 535 526 522 522 524 525 518 517 507 504 510 498 506 494 478 479 512 478 457 406 418 484 482 486 475 459 451 457 442 494 438 426 413 409 250 548 541 546 543 536 530 537 531 533 530

468 526 513 508 501 499 492 449 465 393 543 537 529 522 527 529 523 523 524 523 511 503 507 509 499 502 481 493 484 486 509 486 464 425 413 499 493 486 488 464 475 470 452 494 453 444 432 409 311 547 547 541 539 543 537 536 540 532 532

1465 1610 1586 1582 1560 1546 1527 1464 1469 1289 1656 1639 1638 1630 1629 1621 1617 1613 1610 1609 1589 1581 1575 1572 1572 1561 1553 1549 1507 1494 1021 1518 1474 1359 1357 1540 1532 1521 1498 1479 1477 1464 1427 1536 1425 1390 1373 1327 1045 1669 1660 1659 1652 1650 539 1641 1637 1636 1632

1650

TIM BOB NELSON RAY DALE NATHAN KEVIN CRAIG TODD GREGORY JOHN ERIC KENNETH RONNIE SCOTT KEITH RICHARD MIKE ED LEROY BRUCE DAVID BILL DONALD ROB ZAK JC JIM RUSSELL MICHAEL DAVID RONALD JIM KENDALL THOMAS JON DUSTIN JON RICHY ANDY KENNETH MARTY STEVE STEVEN TRACY TODD JONATHAN JEFF TIM MIKE MIKE JOHN JOEL JODY ALEX DON BRIAN HARRY DONALD

DAY FLIGHT ONE SARGENT IA SHIPMAN IA MENGEL MD SHEPHERD UT DETERMAN MN TAYLOR TX OLSON NE SHAEFER SD HANTEN SD KULP PA DAVIES FL MOORE SD SCHNEIDER NE FALGOUT LA DAHLE MN STRUBLE SD BRANDT NE HENRICKSON SD BROGIE NE CAPP SD WILLIAMSON OR ALLEN TX WELDER SD NANKIVEL SD MORGAN MT KURTZHALS UT BRADWAY NJ HUTCHINSON IL PAYNE TX PESTILLI CT GANSCHOW WI BARNDT MT MOSCHETZ WI WOODY VA HOOD MO BACH NJ HEEG WI EIDE ND BURKE KY TURNQUIST WY ROBIE MI SINGLETARY WI HARMEYER WI STOVER TN NEAL NY FERGUSON MO POWELL WI MC NAIL TIBBITS WI SCHAFF MT FLIER IL MIKOLAY NY BECKMAN MI PLETAN SD KINGERY IA DOMURAT WI TOWNSEND NY POORE CA DICKINSON LA

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

531 0 525 0 503 522 507 486 501 509 500 502 501 482 399 488 488 473 0 493 488 435 459 0 555 546 548 546 544 553 542 544 547 541 542 540 525 528 544 542 542 526 533 541 531 538 538 540 540 537 534 520 520 533 532 531 533 533 532

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR 530 0 523 535 511 524 515 0 514 493 509 494 480 478 485 496 483 486 490 477 492 453 450 0 541 554 553 555 548 547 549 544 540 543 542 536 531 529 0 551 539 547 545 542 537 538 537 535 530 525 526 527 534 539 537 536 537 532 537

562 572 569 523 547 561 574 563 561 551 561 564 550 558 545 537 549 541 545 566 563 537 531 480 582 576 575 577 578 573 576 577 576 572 572 575 575 571 0 573 576 571 571 568 569 572 569 567 572 569 571 569 563 574 570 571 567 569 564

529 523 522 526 524 521 514 509 510 513 0 0 493 483 480 481 459 469 464 498 495 457 455 480 556 555 553 549 552 0 546 550 0 548 547 546 544 544 0 542 540 535 536 535 542 519 536 0 0 533 530 536 534 0 0 0 527 0 531

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL 528 522 523 0 512 519 500 516 508 516 0 0 479 490 503 493 477 469 0 492 480 461 452 374 550 551 537 0 545 552 544 543 0 541 544 0 535 538 0 544 528 0 536 532 526 523 529 0 0 530 529 518 525 0 0 0 527 0 529

DAY FLIGHT ONE

STYLE/DIVISION

531 523 525 526 524 522 514 509 510 513 500 502 501 483 480 488 488 473 464 498 495 457 459 480 556 555 553 549 552 553 546 550 547 548 547 546 544 544 544 542 542 535 536 541 542 538 538 540 540 537 534 536 534 533 532 531 533 533 532

530 522 523 535 512 524 515 516 514 516 509 494 480 490 503 496 483 486 490 492 492 461 452 374 550 554 553 555 548 552 549 544 540 543 544 536 535 538 0 551 539 547 545 542 537 538 537 535 530 530 529 527 534 539 537 536 537 532 537

1623 1617 1617 1584 1583 1607 1603 1588 1585 1580 1570 1560 1531 1531 1528 1521 1520 1500 1499 1556 1550 1455 1442 1334 1688 1685 1681 1681 1678 1678 1671 1671 1663 1663 1663 1657 1654 1653 544 1666 1657 1653 1652 1651 1648 1648 1644 1642 1642 1636 1634 1632 1631 1646 1639 163 1637 1634 1633

AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFS AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSL AMFSLR/L AMFSLR/L AMFSLR/L AMTRAD CFBB CFFS CFFS CFFSL CFFSL CFFSL CMBB CMBB CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFS CMFSL CMFSL CMFSL CMFSLR/L MSFFS MSFFS MSFFS MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB

EDWARD KEITH JOHN STEVEN RAY DEREK NORMAN J.J. ANTHONY TIM CASEY TRAVIS WILLIAM ROBBIE DENNIS RYAN MARK PHILIP DUGIE DWIGHT ROBERT THOMAS JEFF BRYCE TERRY ARNOLD MARK RICK BRAD KEITH HUNTER DAVE DONALD CHARLIE OLIVER ROB DAVE JIM ROBERT EARLE JEFF STEVE DAVID PAUL JAY JEFF TRENT GEORGE TERRY MC KENZIE PAIGE MADISON SCHUYLER AMY GABBY JACOB SKYLAR ANDY JOSEPH ANDREW BRIAN ELLIOT KADEN ZEBULUN ALLEN AUSTIN COREY DUGAN ROSIE EVA SKIP LOUIS MONTY LARRIE ROY

BOWEN MD ROSENTHAL WI KANTER WI BINGER WI MANFULL KS WEBB IN TILLMAN WY MILLER SD SCHMIDT WI SAXWOLD MI PARKELL NJ THOMPSON WI MOHN IL STOUFFER MN KENASTON SD PHELPS MI BROWN WI YOKIEL MN DENTON MT PESCHONG SD WOOD OK BAYLY NE MILLER PICK SD COLIN NY VEEN SD EGGERS NE JASPER IN SHELGREN MI HOFER SD PRICE TX ECKES WI WILSON MI HUGHES TX AUSTIN FL MONRAD SD HRYN NY CLOOS SD ROBINSON IA BATEMAN TX STEVENS MN PLEIN IA BLICKENSTAFF MD LEWKOWICZ MA BOUSHEE NM READ KS WITHERS SD BARLOW NE CREDEUR LA MIX PEARCE CA MCLAURY SD COMBS TX MOSCHETZ WI KEISER LEIMBACH MD MIX DAYTON MI SCHWARTZ CA SCHIERMANN NE BOESE NE CULL PEARCE CA WILSON MI CAPP SD LEIMBACH MD AUGUSTIN NE DENTON MT PRIDGEN OK MAZZELLA NJ MEISENHEIMER SD TRAVIS IN HEISHMAN TX EMERSON VA STURGILL DE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

523 521 531 531 530 518 533 498 511 523 523 525 524 0 523 516 520 513 512 523 509 523 0 505 511 512 491 501 509 491 489 484 466 0 455 475 522 502 509 506 499 485 462 426 459 409 395 402 181 0 552 448 483 394 141 476 0 545 513 529 493 479 475 338 511 503 196 433 515 417 397 440 452 420 445

YANKTON, SD

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL

STYLE/DIVISION

526 524 528 528 524 525 517 498 525 531 523 524 524 0 522 524 520 523 512 518 492 501 0 499 504 509 509 522 491 489 487 487 498 459 463 0 518 514 497 496 506 481 469 426 444 416 429 404 226 0 545 424 487 381 149 484 0 535 520 512 501 480 490 360 498 500 207 424 0 443 406 460 418 427 430

535 530 522 528 520 0 519 0 517 517 530 0 0 522 509 0 513 516 516 0 515 0 521 511 505 0 0 510 0 492 481 492 500 0 446 0 516 501 497 500 507 488 466 450 0 441 432 390 214 269 549 0 0 0 111 0 401 0 530 516 503 501 485 356 516 0 0 442 501 360 0 448 447 436 440

MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMBB MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFS MSMFSL MSMFSL MSMFSL MSMFSL PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFS PFFSL PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS

568 567 569 567 570 569 568 566 576 569 568 566 566 564 561 566 564 561 568 557 563 571 564 569 566 563 564 536 552 556 552 546 543 540 524 0 568 561 566 561 558 555 553 556 524 534 529 533 349 171 569 576 548 487 124 554 471 575 558 557 561 553 545 482 560 553 254 504 571 490 479 507 500 535 498

529 533 529 530 518 528 524 0 525 521 0 0 520 525 525 0 520 519 519 0 517 0 527 503 514 0 499 492 0 500 487 476 467 494 441 0 529 498 476 504 497 0 449 451 0 423 429 404 167 178 526 0 0 0 134 0 452 0 526 514 495 501 493 351 493 0 0 442 0 426 383 463 445 427 431

529 533 531 531 530 528 533 498 525 523 523 525 524 525 525 516 520 519 519 523 517 523 527 505 514 512 499 501 509 500 489 484 467 494 455 475 529 502 509 506 499 485 462 451 459 423 429 404 181 178 552 448 483 394 141 476 452 545 526 529 495 501 493 351 511 503 196 442 515 426 397 463 452 427 445

535 530 528 528 524 525 519 498 525 531 530 524 524 522 522 524 520 523 516 518 515 501 521 511 505 509 509 522 491 492 487 492 500 459 463 0 518 514 497 500 507 488 469 450 444 441 432 404 226 269 549 424 487 381 149 484 401 535 530 516 503 501 490 360 516 500 207 442 501 443 406 460 447 436 440

1632 1630 1628 1626 1624 1622 1620 1562 1626 1623 1621 1615 161 1611 1608 1606 1604 1603 1603 1598 1595 1595 1612 1585 1585 1584 1572 1559 1552 1548 1528 1522 1510 1493 1442 475 1615 1577 1572 1567 1564 1528 1484 1457 1427 1398 1390 1341 756 618 1670 1448 1518 1262 414 1514 1324 1655 1614 1602 1559 1555 1528 1193 1587 1556 657 1388 1587 1359 1282 1430 1399 1398 1383

JIM MAURICE JERRY RONALD FRANK DEAN LARRY RICHARD AL ANDY WILLIAM KARL JOE GARY FRED THOMAS DON WAYNE TEDDY DAVID RALPH WILLIAM DOUG AXEL JESSE JIM WARREN GORDON TIM JIM RON GEORGE RON WALLY DAVID ANDREW P. JERRY ALFRED JAMIE JAHNA ERIKA SALLY CHRISTIE ALICIA GINGER DORIS LINDA BECKY HOLLY CONNIE ERIKA AYA CRYSTAL JENIFER JESSE DAVE JOSH JIMMY DOUG JR RODGER MICHAEL TIMOTHY SHANE CHRISTOPHER SCOTT STEVEN TIM EVAN JOSHUA DIETMAR JOE GEORGE ROD CHUCK JACKIE DUANE

JULY 22-28, 2006 DAY FLIGHT ONE

THREADGILL TN SHELTON FL MILLER CA THOMPSON MD MAZZELLA NJ PRIDGEN OK HIX MD MC CLINTOCK CA TULLER MO ROSLEWICZ NJ RUCKER CO NELSON WI BAUERNFEIND NY SANDERS MI STAHL FL STELK IA WILL IL DAVIDSON AZ LYNN SC TARRY NJ BAKER MI ARLEDGE NE AUCKLAND NM HILLESHEIM WI WILLIAMS MD JEPSON NE MAGEE NJ OLAND TN AUSTIN FL HAMILTON AZ CRAVENS MO ZIGMOND CN WIBLE TX MILLER IA LEISEY FL PEDELAHORE LA WENZEL VA TOWLER PA VAN NATTA OH DAVIS MT ANSCHUTZ NE ROBIE MI COLIN NY MCHENRY PA MOREHEAD TX JONES MB OWEN MS PEARSON AZ PAGEL MN CALLOWAY TN LA BRIE CO PARKER WA GILLEY OK BROADWATER MD COUSINS ME SCHAFF MT BUTTS NY WILLIAMS NY WILLETT JR VA BRADEN TX GILLINGHAM UT WILLS MD DESTON CT TURNER MI STARK VA BURNETT CA BAIZE KY HUGHES CA TRILLUS CN KAPP PA RYALS NY MENZER WI CUNNINGHAM WI WHITE MO PRICE WI

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

457 403 349 334 355 547 539 528 527 533 515 529 523 0 511 515 520 516 510 494 497 499 507 493 492 479 497 492 482 485 478 468 431 0 461 472 458 380 546 542 539 539 540 537 533 531 538 530 521 529 0 521 494 559 556 556 554 551 554 551 555 549 545 548 551 542 548 548 547 547 550 550 548 546 545

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR 443 467 388 488 385 483 314 456 341 366 550 579 533 577 535 571 522 566 522 564 516 566 522 566 529 564 0 570 516 557 508 563 508 558 505 564 498 570 502 549 525 562 527 561 502 558 501 554 486 560 477 561 498 546 501 545 490 544 476 539 476 544 452 538 409 529 0 0 466 517 450 529 441 532 356 486 544 574.1 535 574 545 574 547 569 550 574 547 573 535 576 541 571 533 576 535 572 528 570 533 572 0 569 521 565 468 539 555 585 554 584 548 579 555 580 553 576 552 577 555 579 552 578 543 581 547 580 549 581 554 576 543 580 550 581 0 576 538 577 550 577 549 576 550 572 549 575 545 575 541 575

448 0 333 0 259 545 549 0 532 521 524 525 521 536 517 510 502 0 504 509 502 0 507 504 504 495 474 0 497 0 479 467 374 0 470 467 455 354 547 550 545 550 540 545 540 538 537 536 538 529 528 517 489 554 553 0 553 556 544 551 544 557 553 551 551 547 546 551 541 550 0 553 0 547 551

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL 430 0 0 0 0 0 537 0 525 521 527 0 0 507 502 511 499 0 494 505 506 0 0 508 494 499 472 0 489 0 0 0 0 445 447 426 445 354 547 544 548 545 552 545 533 540 536 534 530 528 529 504 491 555 557 555 556 554 555 556 0 546 550 550 0 552 0 551 554 0 0 548 0 549 0

457 403 349 334 355 547 549 528 532 533 524 529 523 536 517 515 520 516 510 509 502 499 507 504 504 495 497 492 497 485 479 468 431 0 470 472 458 380 547 550 545 550 540 545 540 538 538 536 538 529 528 521 494 559 556 556 554 556 554 551 555 557 553 551 551 547 548 551 547 550 550 553 548 547 551

443 388 385 314 341 550 537 535 525 522 527 522 529 507 516 511 508 505 498 505 525 527 502 508 494 499 498 501 490 476 476 452 409 445 466 450 445 356 547 544 548 547 552 547 535 541 536 535 530 533 529 521 491 555 557 555 556 554 555 556 552 546 550 550 554 552 550 551 554 550 549 550 549 549 541

1367 1279 1217 1104 1062 1676 1663 1634 1623 1619 1617 1617 1616 1613 1590 1589 1586 1585 1578 1563 1589 1587 1567 1566 1558 1555 1541 1538 1531 1500 1499 1458 1369 445 1453 1451 1435 1222 1668 1668 1667 1666 1666 1665 1651 1650 1650 1643 1638 1634 1626 1607 1524 1699 1697 1690 1690 1686 1686 1686 1685 1684 1683 1682 1681 1679 1679 1678 1678 1677 1675 1675 1672 1671 1667

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National Outdoor & Unmarked 3-D CHAMPIONSHIPS LEWIS & CLARK RECREATION AREA

YANKTON, SD

NFAA® Council & Board of Directors

JULY 22-28, 2006 NFAA® Council

DAY FLIGHT ONE

STYLE/DIVISION PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFS PMFSL PMFSL PMFSL PMFSL PMFSL PMFSL PMFSL SFBB SFBHFS SFFS SFFS SFFS SFFS SFFS SMBB SMBB SMBB SMBB SMBB SMBB SMBH SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFS SMBHFSL SMBHFSL SMBHFSL SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFS SMFSL SMFSL

TIPTON JOSH KEVIN JEFF JOE DAVE JEFF JESSE RICK JAMES RODNEY CHARLIE RANDY GUY ROBERT RANDALL EMORY RHONDA VICKI GWEN RUTH JUDY SUZI LILY EDDIE WILLIAM JIM JERRY BEN RUSSELL ROBERT STEVE MIKE DAN MICHAEL GEORGE RAY JAMES MICHAEL CHARLES SHORTY BRUCE JEFFREY DAVID TIMOTHY ROBERT DAVID HENRY DOUG LOREN JOHN WALTER GEORGE BRUCE SCOTT ED LYNN MICHAEL J STEVE DENNY LEE DAVID JAY ROBERT RICHARD JERRY DOUGLAS M MIKE JOHN MERVIN TOM MIKE JOHN RUSTY ROD

COOK CO MILLER WI MC LAIN MI BUTTON WI DETERMAN MN BARNSDALE MI HEEG WI MOREHEAD TX HOTCHKISS MI INGLES MI HUFFMAN MO OWENS IN BRABEC CO ROSE IA BESANCENEY KS WELLINGS AU BUDZYNSKI WALL TX CLEM MD MC MURRAY MD AUCKLAND NM DOUB KS PRICE VT VAN WORMER MI MC CRARY TX VRABEL PA LAIRD PA BARR KY BROWN FL BROWN SD BROMLEY CA COLEMAN TX COLLINS NY KOLB WY WEBSTER MT AVOURIS TX MAY MD BORG MN ARNDTS FL BOBROWSKI NJ FABER SD GREGOIRE ND WYLER IL CLEM MD COYLE TX PETERSEN MD TOWNSEND NY HOUK MO GRADE WI PAGEL MN SMITH MI MOYER MI KONG JR HI SMITH PA SMITH WI CHRISTMAN NE UMBARGER KS REMUS MI TINCHER WV AMBERG SD GREGORY TX CIZADLO SD PRICE VT DESTON CT DAYTON MI BRABEC CO WAGNER SD LE PERA NJ DOUB KS GUTHMILLER SD SAUNDERS NE MC CARTY MN TRIGG IL MILLS CA MILLER IN

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

549 544 546 538 534 541 521 531 528 524 535 531 534 524 520 515 0 408 508 508 507 480 473 477 468 429 436 255 314 161 279 530 518 508 515 513 502 494 492 453 488 516 490 491 480 533 539 531 531 526 516 520 511 526 514 527 518 518 510 514 510 500 500 483 499 494 0 485 487 469 460 507 453 523 505

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL

548 546 544 546 539 540 520 518 535 524 536 533 526 517 506 516 0 443 517 510 511 482 494 478 442 454 447 334 280 228 330 531 515 500 501 517 502 502 502 499 491 524 487 506 485 542 536 544 533 528 529 531 523 524 521 514 500 519 498 534 514 517 511 503 507 496 0 492 497 469 471 501 456 526 513

0 0 0 0 542 532 537 533 532 0 542 529 531 527 523 503 523 450 513 0 0 482 0 460 482 443 450 325 333 0 0 538 523 519 521 513 508 0 0 0 467 0 498 0 0 538 534 534 539 531 522 511 517 512 531 522 516 506 510 0 517 508 0 545 0 501 503 0 498 490 0 0 0 520 512

570 576 573 579 574 573 573 571 562 571 575 574 573 563 569 563 568 529 559 563 558 562 556 532 536 546 503 463 435 339 475 576 568 564 561 553 562 558 559 555 555 0 566 557 532 575 571 571 572 572 571 566 572 562 560 562 568 564 565 562 569 564 560 541 555 551 560 565 545 544 548 470 540 573 564

0 0 547 0 544 534 532 533 530 531 534 521 527 526 523 497 487 431 516 0 0 479 0 469 472 455 437 344 293 0 282 523 515 524 514 510 501 494 0 497 480 0 491 0 0 539 533 525 524 532 518 516 522 515 521 522 511 509 519 0 506 508 0 0 0 500 482 0 493 473 0 0 0 0 514

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549 544 547 538 544 541 532 533 530 531 535 531 534 526 523 515 487 431 516 508 507 480 473 477 472 455 437 344 314 161 282 530 518 524 515 513 502 494 492 497 488 516 491 491 480 539 539 531 531 532 518 520 522 526 521 527 518 518 519 514 510 508 500 483 499 500 482 485 493 473 460 507 453 523 514

548 546 544 546 542 540 537 533 535 524 542 533 531 527 523 516 523 450 517 510 511 482 494 478 482 454 450 334 333 228 330 538 523 519 521 517 508 502 502 499 491 524 498 506 485 542 536 544 539 531 529 531 523 524 531 522 516 519 510 534 517 517 511 545 507 501 503 492 498 490 471 501 456 526 513

1667 $0.00 1666 $0.00 1664 $0.00 1663 $0.00 1660 $0.00 1654 $0.00 1642 $0.00 1637 $0.00 1627 $0.00 1626 $0.00 1652 $606.19 1638 $303.00 2 1638 $303.00 1616 $0.00 1615 $0.00 1594 $0.00 1578 $0.00 1410 1592 1581 1576 1524 1523 1487 1490 1455 1390 1141 1082 728 1087 1644 1609 1607 1597 1583 1572 1554 1553 1551 1534 1040 1555 1554 1497 1656 1646 1646 1642 1635 1618 1617 1617 1612 1612 1611 1602 1601 1594 1610 1596 1589 1571 1569 1561 1552 1545 1542 1536 1507 1479 1478 1449 1622 1591

STYLE/DIVISION SMFSL LES SMFSL RON SMFSLR/L JIM SMFSLR/L DAVID SMFSLR/L JERRY SMFSLR/L EARL SMFSLR/L GENE SMTRAD JACK SMTRAD TIM SMTRAD JERRY SMTRAD MARV SPMFS THOMAS SPMFS TOM SPMFS DERRY SPMFS DAVID SPMFS DENNIS SPMFS KEN SPMFS BEN SPMFS RON SPMFS GEORGE SPMFS BOB SPMFS ROGER SPMFS STEVE SPMFS LARRY SPMFS FRANK SPMFS MICHAEL SPMFS RICK SPMFS GEORGE SPMFS GLENN SPMFS RONNIE SPMFS GARRY SPMFS LYLE YAFFS SAMANTHA YAFFS MIRANDA YAFFS JESSICA YAFFS SYDNEY YAFFS STACEY YAFFSLR/L BELINDA YAMBB STEVEN PHIL. YAMFS CORY YAMFS DUSTIN YAMFS JOSH YAMFS TOM YAMFS MARK YAMFS EVAN YAMFS ETHAN YAMFS ETHAN YAMFS MICHAEL YAMFS JARED YFFS SYDNEY YFFS KAYLA YFFS KACEY YFFSL DEVON YFFSLR/L KILEY YMBB JUSTUS YMFS KRIS YMFS TYSON YMFS MARTIN YMFS BRANDON YMFS STEVE YMFS JORDAN YMFS TATE YMFS BRETT YMFS DANNY YMFS AUSTIN YMFS BRETT YMFS JAKE YMFSL CODY YMFSL ADAM YMFSLR/L CODY

DAY FLIGHT ONE STOLTENBERG CA NANKIVEL SD HARRIS WV APREA AZ COMMERFORD KS LYSNE MN TOWNE MO THORPE PA VAN VOORHIS FL GRABMAN IN GIBSON NE CROWE OR COBLENTZ MD NULL OH BENGTSON CA NEELY CA DENNING MT ROGERS CA WEST MD PHARIS TX WEBB IN WHEATON CO BOYLAN IL WISE PA PEARSON AZ STRASSMAN WI GILLEY OK DIXON AR CAMPBELL MI SMART OK LAMPSHIRE CO VAN WORMER MI NEAL NY ROSENTHAL WI HEEG WI SHAEFER SD HUGHES TX HICKMAN NE BALDOWSKI GA MONAHAN NY ECKES WI BROWN WI DRUMMOND SD RAMON TX BLICKENSTAFFMD COLE SD HARVEY MT WEST IA BROWN SD MCLAURY SD HARMEYER WI EGGERS NE GOTTMAN PA LARRICK FL LEIMBACH MD SCHAFF MT TUTTLE SD WARD NM HOOD MO SHAEFER SD CLAMER WI MORGAN MT EGGERS NE NORBY SD PICK SD BUDZYNSKI BROWN WI HARVEY MT CLOOS SD DENTON MT

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

486 462 454 392 355 340 313 308 333 292 292 550 550 545 548 543 548 536 539 544 545 542 543 532 544 542 531 535 534 528 524 523 520 510 498 456 0 331 0 539 512 512 514 519 508 510 497 503 378 496 481 481 267 398 385 545 543 543 529 510 478 472 475 0 470 0 411 431 386 327

DAY DAY DAY TWO THREE FOUR

DAY HIGH HIGH 3 DAY FIVE FIELD HUNTER TOTAL

481 482 441 450 379 399 0 375 359 342 298 552 552 544 550 550 542 550 545 545 545 539 534 539 536 530 528 521 535 535 526 539 520 512 507 0 383 315 137 543 535 531 518 512 512 494 499 484 389 487 450 473 244 0 419 530 525 520 520 504 475 490 476 453 452 0 402 402 382 260

496 0 460 459 380 423 0 384 370 325 237 544 531 532 537 530 527 538 541 523 0 0 526 0 505 523 537 537 0 0 0 527 525 512 506 478 0 307 0 544 530 525 0 478 517 0 0 0 0 508 507 0 337 442 416 536 522 0 530 510 507 437 0 0 454 416 437 0 400 312

561 546 544 481 515 472 0 482 463 434 419 579 574 581 574 575 574 577 576 573 570 578 580 580 571 575 572 571 566 571 573 562 568 565 562 554 481 436 331 577 569 564 571 568 557 568 562 568 518 556 566 553 419 488 523 568 569 571 572 569 569 554 547 546 546 532 509 524 492 479

488 485 445 438 408 369 0 364 368 311 251 550 551 547 542 542 536 536 542 534 544 533 542 534 533 539 538 534 0 0 534 527 514 519 504 487 388 322 161 555 529 524 0 446 480 0 0 0 0 495 481 477 309 418 417 532 524 0 522 522 513 449 0 479 466 416 390 0 408 301

488 485 454 438 408 369 313 364 368 311 292 550 551 547 548 543 548 536 542 544 545 542 543 534 544 542 538 535 534 528 534 527 520 519 504 487 388 331 161 555 529 524 514 519 508 510 497 503 378 496 481 481 309 418 417 545 543 543 529 522 513 472 475 479 470 416 411 431 408 327

496 482 460 459 380 423 0 384 370 342 298 552 552 544 550 550 542 550 545 545 545 539 534 539 536 530 537 537 535 535 526 539 525 512 507 478 383 315 137 544 535 531 518 512 517 494 499 484 389 508 507 473 337 442 419 536 525 520 530 510 507 490 476 453 454 416 437 402 400 312

1545 1513 1458 1378 1303 1264 313 1230 1201 1087 1009 1681 1677 1672 1672 1668 1664 1663 1663 1662 1660 1659 1657 1653 1651 1647 1647 1643 1635 1634 1633 1628 1613 1596 1573 1519 1252 1082 629 1676 1633 1619 1603 1599 1582 1572 1558 1555 1285 1560 1554 1507 1065 1348 1359 1649 1637 1634 1631 1601 1589 1516 1498 1478 1470 1364 1357 1357 1300 1118

Officers President—Bruce Cull 2305 E. Hwy. 50 Yankton, SD 57078 605/665-8340 archery@iw.net Vice President—Brian Sheffler 7006 Beargrass Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46241 317/244-7585 lbs@indy.net

$1,228.33 $668.10 $417.65 $417.65 $295.77 $243.58 $104.39 $104.39 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

NFAA® Office 31407 Outer I-10 Redlands, CA 92373 909/794-2133 800/811-2331 NFAArchery@aol.com Great Lakes Robert McCutcheon 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/965-5290 prairie1@royell.net Mid-Atlantic Mike LePera 34 Kentwood Road Succasunna, NJ 07876 973/584-0637 brtesite@optonline.net Midwest Ray Jones 704 West South Winterset, IA 50273 515/462-6788 IowaArchery@hotmail.com New England Kenneth Moore 730 Newman Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771 508/761-5415 kmoore15@comcast.net Northwest Bill Tiddy 3355 Pinecrest Drive Helena, MT 5960-2 tiddyw@aol.com 406/475-3569 Southeast Tim Austin 1710 SW 76th Terrace Gainesville, FL 32607 Flarchery@earthlink.net 352/332-1969 Southern Lee Gregory 112 Ridge Oak Drive Georgetown, TX 78628-7613 lee@dlprint.com 512/863-8296 Southwest Jerry Miller 10029 Avoncroft Street Whittier, CA 90601 562/692-6105 swcman1@verizon.net

NFAA® Board of Directors GREAT LAKES Judy McCutcheon Director - IL 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/965-5290 jlynnmac@royell.net Rocky Kline Director - IN 1108 N. Korby St. Kokomo, IN 46901 rlkline@insightbb.com 765/457-7086 Bill Jones Director - MI 2049 Lake St. National City, MI 48748 989/469-3939

Earl Foster Director - MO 8709 Booth Kansas City, MO 64138 816/763-2699 Ed Christman Director - NE 3818 34th St. Columbus, NE 69601 402/563-3504 eChristman@neb.rr.com Marc Tebelius Director - ND 5292 8th Ave. North Grand Forks, ND 58203 701/792-3582 (home) 218/230-3258 (cell) tebelius@gra.midco.net

Dave Thewlis Director - OH 16423 Chamberlain Rd Grafton, OH 44044 440/926-2464 DThew69613@aol.com

Ron Lewon Director - SD 11 Front St. Bronson, IA 51007 lewon@netins.net

Joe Barbieur Director - WI 5238 Valley View Dr. Janesville, WI 53546 608/756-1473 caal@charter.net

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

MID ATLANTIC Ron West Director - MD 190 54th Street SE Washington, DC 20019 WestArrowsWest@aol.com 202/584-8015

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 Douglas Joyce Director - NJ 30 Willow Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873 732/247-3892 jdjarcher@aol.com Dave Hryn Director - NY PO Box 341 West Seneca, NY 14224 716/481-4699 Archery1@localnet.com Jim Quarles Director - VA 7911 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23225 804/272-6512 jim.quarles@excite.com Steve Cox Director - WV WV Archery Assn. P.O. Box 142 Waverly, WV 26184 304/464-5646 MIDWEST Rodney “Zeke” Ogden Director - IA 718 N. 8th St. Osage, IA 50461 641/732-5797 ogdpeep@osage.net John Doub Director - KS 1125 E. 59th St. Wichita, KS 67216 316/524-0963 archnutz@cox.net Bill Hakl Director - MN 5656 317th St. Stacy, MN 55079 wehjkh@frontier.net 612/462-1916

Tom Schaub Director - CT 35 Benson Rd. Ridgegfield, CT 06877 203/748-3771 Dave Cousins Director - ME 354 River Rd. Standish, ME 04084 207/642-4530 Alvie Carpenter Director - MA 7 Central Peterborough, NH 03458 603/924-3941 alviec@earthlink.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 401-885-5684 NORTHWEST Hubert Sims Director - ID PO Box 1713 Orofino, ID 83544 hmsarchery@email.com 208/476-5377 Doug Tate Director - MT 3499 Blacktail Loop Rd. Butte, MT 5970d1 406/494-4393 DOUG.TATE@northwestern.com

LeRoy Dukes Director - OR P.O. Box 422 Fairview, OR 97024 503/201-4961 T.C. Parker Director - WA P.O. Box 613 Hoquiam, WA 98550 360/533-4698 wa_nfaa@olynet.com Dan Kolb Director - WY 3571 Teton St. Casper, WY 82609 307/265-4418 bhfsldlk@hotmail.com SOUTHEAST Howard Beeson Director - AL 111 Eagle Circle Enterprise, AL 30824 334/347-4990 Oliver Austin Director - FL 1620 Yearling Trail Tallahassee, FL 32317 850/309-1918 oaustin@admin.fsu.edu Earl Watts Director - GA 3672 Larkin Road SE Dearing, GA 30808 706/556-6145 ewatts@standardtextile.com Jerry Barr Director - KY 919 Manor Dr. Henderson, KY 42420 270/827-4570 barebow@henderson.net Mike Hindmarsh Director - NC 1687 Kildee Church Rd. Ramseur, NC 27316 bowtie01@centernet.net 919/742-5017 S. Dale Smith Director - SC 149 Low Road Six Mile, SC 29682 864/868-9422 sdalesmith@yahoo.com Gordon Oland Director - TN 8851 Highland View Lane Knoxville, TN 37938 865/925-0138 goland@staffingtech.com SOUTHERN Wayne King Director - MS 107 Dana St. Brandon, MS 39042 601/825-9278 Dick Andrews Director - AR 11 Tuxford Circle Bellavista, AR 72714 479/855-6066 andr-ds@cox.net Scott Bradford Director - LA 40340 Old Hickory Ave. Gonzales, LA 70737-6756 225/622-0838 NFAALADirector@aol.com Robert Wood Director - OK 75377 S. 280 Rd Wagoner, OK 74467 robertw@osaa.us 918/485-6552 Monty Heishmann Director - TX 10149 Heritage Pkwy. West, TX 76691 254-826-5788 barebow@att.net

SOUTHWEST Frank Pearson Director - AZ P.O. Box 308. St. David, AZ 85630 520/647-7847 frank@frankpearson.com Tom Daley Director - CA 11271 Lakeshore South Auburn, CA 95602 650/722-2713 nfaadir@cbhsaa@org Kenneth Buck Director - CO 1923 Shoshone Dr. Canon City, CO 81212 719/382-8919 KandSBuck@earthlink.net George Kong, Jr. Director - HI 1255 14th Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816-3838 808/734-5402

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

THE NFAA® HAS 50

Robert Borges Director - NM 5332 River Ridge Ave NW Albuquerque, NM 87114 505/890-4665 Archermn@netscape.com

CHARTERED STATE

Jim Marshall Director - NV 195 Ridge Crossing Henderson, NV 89015 702/566-0819 marshalls01@earthlink.net

AFFILIATED CLUBS IN

Ray Shephard Director - UT P.O. Box 610 Santaquin, UT 84655 801/754-1340 RKS1155@msn.com

SPORT OF ARCHERY

ASSOCIATIONS AND OVER 1,000

THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD. THE

IS A HEALTHY AND EXCITING SPORT PROVIDING AN

Professional Representatives

ACTIVITY IN WHICH

Great Lakes Jeff Button 2889 Busston Rd. Cottage Grove, WI 53527 (608) 839-5137

THE ENTIRE FAMILY

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

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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