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2016 Papago Artic Challenge, Dec 10

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Get ready to shoot a 900 round tournament in the ‘cold’ Arizona weather. The Arctic Challenge is an annual event hosted by Papago Archery Association. This is the perfect event for archers, both new & seasoned, to come out and train in the colder weather and have some fun. If this is your first time competing or your hundredth…this is the perfect tournament for you.

For a link to the Papago Info and registration page – Click Here

2016 AAC Money maker Shoot, Dec 17-18

Live Scoring Links have been added to Ianseo.net  to follow the competition results.  
–  Click Here for Ranking Round Results 
–  Click Here for Ianseo Main Page

When: December 17th and 18th
Where: Arizona Archery Club Main Range
Early entry: $75 Early  (register by 12/1) 
Late Entry: $90 (after 12/1)
ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE DONE BY CHECK or CASH. PAYABLE TO “Arizona Archery Club JOAD” WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS!!! (proceeds go straight to our JOAD program) Tournament Payouts are estimated and based off of a 50 shooter total. Only Full Payment and Completion of form below guarantees your spot!

—Tournament Layout—

17th Sat – 300 Vegas 3 spot
18th Sun – 300 Vegas 3 spot
Scores from Saturday and Sunday are cumulative (600)
$$$ Sunday Money Maker Shootout $$$

Shoot is broken down into 2 classes: Open & Bow Hunter
For questions regarding classes please email Chris Escarcega @ chris@azarcheryclub.com

 —Shoot payouts are Flighted—

Flight placement determined by Cumulative score from Saturday and Sunday

Open Class: 3 Flights (3 shooters per flight) Top 9 shooters will be flighted

Bow Hunter Class: 2 Flights (3 shooters per flight) Top 6 shooters will be flighted.  Flighted shooters will have be in the Money Maker Shootout Sunday evening

Shoot off will consist of:
1 round of practice followed by 2 ends of regular Vegas scoring, followed by inner to scoring (x is 10) until the winner of each flight is determined

There are NO Youth/Women/Traditional divisions. We encourage those of you interested to compete!

Scores will be live and posted on IANSEO

Products being Given away will be updated as they arrive at the AAC!

PAYOUTS: 75% Payout to shooters and 25% to our JOAD program
Payouts are only guaranteed if we have 50 shooters total if number exceeds 50 the payouts will grow accordingly!!! We estimate after last years turnout to break the 50 shooter mark.

SIGN UP TODAY AND HELP OUR JOAD PROGRAM!

OPEN:
Flight 1 – $700 +$250 check (AAE),$300,$200
Flight 2 – $150,125,$100
Flight 3 – $125,$100,$75

BOW HUNTER 
Flight 1 – $325 + $250 check (Right Toyota),$175,$125
Flight 2 – $125,$100,$75

 

For a link to the Online registration – Click Here

2016 AZ State Outdoor Results Report

From the DSA website, here is the AZ State Outdoor event report.

“….. Hello Everyone!! Another awesome tournament is in the books. We held the 2016 Arizona State Outdoor at Ben Avery this last weekend; October 22-23. As the date approached we were hoping for a little cooler weather but after all we live in Phoenix. Temps hit the mid 90’s both days. It was not only the weather that was hot, the shooting was on fire all weekend!!!

  • 25 State Records broken along several different divisions.
  • 19 Different Clubs and Pro Shops were represented
  • 3 ASU, U of A and NAU all sent archers!
  • 20 pounds of Ice was used.
  • 384 bottle of water were drunk.
  • 38 bales used on qualifying rounds.
  • 1100+ Volunteer Hours.
  • 14 Officials.
  • 19 Teams participated in Team Rounds.
  • 127 Archers participated.
  • 149 Plaques and Medals given out.
  • 3000+ arrows shot over the weekend.
  • Compound Master 70 had two archers, they tied after 72 arrows. Separated by 6 x’s.
  • Recurve Cadet Men had both Gold and Bronze medal rounds decided by 1 arrow shoot offs.

The greatest gathering of target archers in the world!

Results Team Rounds

Compound
1. Conner Amerine, Jeremy Corridori, Cooper French
2. Alexis Ruiz, Vance LeSatz, Paxton LeSatz
3. Spencer Yee, Zach Ulmer, William Benoit

Recurve
1. Jackson Mirich, Andrew Park
2. Lester Chin, David Smith, Stephanie Phlipot
3. Gary Yamaguchi, Adam Vainauskas, Kevin Hubbard

Qualifying Rounds:
New Record Holders Are Highlighted

Recurve Men 
1. Kevin Hubbard
2. Gary Yamaguchi
3. Adam Vainauskas

Recurve Junior Men
1. Tyler Bachman

Recurve Junior Women
1. Raley Morgan
2. Isabella Del Principe
3. Eleanor Rodriguez

Recurve Cadet Men
1. Jackson Mirich
2. Brian Bullis
3. Andrew Park

Recurve Cadet Women
1. Iris Salvador
2. Zoey Wapniarski
3. Haley Petersheim

Recurve Bowman Men
1. Waylon Hjerpe
2. Raymond Tsai

Recurve Bowman Women
1. Whitney Jensen
2. Rachel Parker

Recurve Cub Women
1. Shellsea Stalknegt

Recurve Master 60 Men
1. John McCurry
2. Arthur Stanley

Recurve Master 70 Men
1. Paul Moore
2. John Heffelfinger
3. Dennis Swartzfager

Recurve Collegiate Men
1. Kyle Jarpe
2. Thomas Sullivan

Recurve Collegiate Women
1. Stephanie Phlipot
2. Allison Beauchamp
3. Madison Cornelius

Recurve Master 50 Men
1. Foster Gorman
2. Brett Hamilton
3. Steve Rogers

Compound Men
1. Wade Flake
2. Kevin Hensberry
3. Michael Speck

Compound Women
1. Deanna Cronin
2. Heather Caldwell
3. Alea Becwar

Compound Junior Men
1. Paxton LeSatz
2. Conner Amerine
3. William Benoit

Compound Junior Women
1. Alexis Ruiz
2. Danii Gunn

Compound Cadet Men
1. Vance LeSatz
2. Cooper French
3. Spencer Yee

Compound Cadet Women
1. Claudia Wilcox
2. Elisa Keller
3. Madison Schlief

Compound Bowman Men
1. Tyler Stanfield
2. Stone Hendrickson
3. Patrick Nielsen

Compound Bowman Women
1. Maya Miller
2. Kaylee Felix
3. Shaylee Smith

Compound Cub Men
1. Travis Levario
2. Zachary Sornoza
3. Kiel Amundsen

Compound Cub Women
1. Aleksandra Smith
2. Amanda Branch
3. Jasmine Mendez

Compound Master 60 Men
1. Larry Butterfield
2. Mark Hanson
3. Walt Smith

Compound Master 70 Men
1. Ronnie Babb
2. Roland Brown

Compound Collegiate Women
1. Tayler Stevens

Compound Visually Impaired
1. Mark Schrand

Compound Master 50 Men
1. Charlie Kester

Compound Master 50 Women
1. Catherine Belzner
2. Stephanie Lord
3. Kyoko Gentile

Barebow Cadet Women
1. Jeannine Jones

Barebow Bowman Men
1. Cullen Bing
2. Jordon Ashby

Barebow Cub Women
1. Teagan Severns

Barebow Master 60 Men
1. Ron Shinn

2016 Arizona State Champions Set by the Elimination Rounds

Recurve Master 50 Men
1. Foster Gorman
2. Brett Hamilton

Recurve Men
1. Gary Yamaguchi
2. Kevin Hubbard
3. Adam Vainuskas

Recurve Junior Women
1. Raley Morgan
2. Eleanor Rodriguez
3. Isabella Del Principe

Recurve Cadet Men
1. Jackson Mirich
2. Brian Bullis
3. Andrew Park

Recurve Cadet Women
1. Zoey Wapniarski
2. Iris Salvador
3. Elizabeth Livingston

Compound Men
1. Wade Flake
2. Ben Larsen
3. Brian Cronin

Compound Women
1. Deanna Cronin
2. Alea Becwar
3. Heather Caldwell

Compound Junior Men
1. Paxton LeSatz
2. Connor Amerine
3. William Benoit

Compound Junior Women
1. Alexis Ruiz
2. Danii Gunn

Compound Cadet Men
1. Vance LeSatz
2. Cooper French
3. Zach Ulmer

Compound Cadet Women
1. Elisa Keller
2. Claudia Wilcox
3. Madison Schlief

Compound Bowman Men
1. Stone Hendrickson
2. Tyler Stanfield
3. Patrick Nielsen

Compound Bowman Women
1. Maya Miller
2. Shaylee Smith
3. Harleigh Steiness

Compound Cub Men

1. Travis Levario
2. Zachary Sornoza
3. Preston Adkins

Compound Cub Women

1. Alessandria Smith
2. Amanda Branch
3. Jasmine Mendez

Recurve Master 60 Men
1. John McCurry
2. Arthur Stanley

Recurve Master 70 Men
1. John Heffelfinger
2. Paul Moore
3. Dennis Swartzfager

Recurve Collegiate Men
1. Thomas Sullivan
2. Kyle Jarpe

Recurve Collegiate Women
1. Stephanie Phlipot
2. Allison Beauchamp

Compound Master 70 Men
1. Ronnie Babb
2. Roland Brown

Compound Master 50 Women
1. Catherine Belzner
2. Stephanie Lord
3. Kyoko Gentile

Barebow Bowman Men
1. Jordon Ashby
2. Cullen Bing

Compound Master 60 Men
1. Larry Butterfield
2. Walt Smith
3. Richard Grieger

Compound Collegiate Women
1. Tayler Stevens

Compound Visually Impaired
1. Mark Schrand

Compound Master 50 Men
1. Charlie Kester

Barebow Cadet Women
1. Jeannine Jones

Recurve Junior Men
1. Tyler Bachman

Recurve Cub Women
1. Shellsea Stalknegt

Barebow Cub Women
1. Teagan Severns

Barebow Master 60 men
1. Ron Shinn

For Full Results Visit:  http://www.ianseo.net/Details.php?toId=2155

On a personal note, I love to put on these tournaments. Seeing all my archery friends together, enjoying a great sport. Tournaments like these cannot be put on by just a few people. As I noted above, the hundreds of hours it takes to put on tournaments of this size. We are already planning next year. I would like to thank the following people for their hard work Steve Yee, Troy Morgan, Melanie Bachman (my sweetie), Andi Morgan, Susan Yee, John and Kyoko Gentile, Jason Vance, Mike Cullumber, Charles Corridori, Kristy Wapniarski, Vicky Timson, Brian Timson, Paul Miller, Frank Miller, Krista Collona, Chris Amudsen, Terry LaBeau, Diana LaBeau, Paula Simpson, Rebecca Bell Bob Pian, Jackie Levario, John McCurry, Arthur Stanley, Al Gordon, Abel and Val for their great food.  The awesome crew that tore down a range in less than 15 minutes.

Thank You All!
Sincerely Rick Bachman Desert Sky Archers  … “

Grand Canyon State Games Oct 1-2

Grand Canyon State Games Indoor.

LOCATION: Saturday & Sunday, October 1 & 2 – Timber Mesa Archery Range in Mesa (952 E Baseline Rd, Mesa, AZ 85204.).

EVENT: 600 Round (Two 300 Rounds)

DATES & SCHEDULES: VERY IMPORTANT!! Please sign up for one of the following time slots by entering your preference in the comment section during the registration process.

Saturday 9:00 AM
Saturday 1:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM
Sunday 1:00 PM

Awards given after Sunday afternoon’s shoot.

ENTRY FEES: Adult $45, Youth 16 yrs. & under $35.

ENTRY DEADLINE: Early entry deadline (must be postmarked on or before) Sept 25th. After that date add $15 late fee. On-site registration will be taken ONLY if space is available. Early registration is highly recommended.

RULES: INDOOR FORMAT, a 600 round consists of twenty, three arrow ends.

DISTANCES & DIVISIONS:

All distances will be 20 Yards / 18 Meters
Bowman (in the year of the 12th birthday or younger)
Cub (in the year of the 14th birthday or younger)
Cadet (in the year of the 17th birthday or younger)
Junior (in the year of the 20th birthday or younger)
Senior (21-49 years of age)
Master (50 years +, broken down into 10 year increments)

For more Target Archery information please contact Angi Sullivan at (480) 772-0962 (texting works best) or by email at angi@timbermesaoutdoors.com

Online Registration for event can be found at this weblink: –  Click Here

Copper Classic, Nov 6, 2016

Arizona’s Copper Classic 2016 Double Header. Hosted by 3G Archery & JOAD.

Saturday, October 8th, Outdoor
Sunday, Nov. 6th, Indoor

Cost: Outdoor: Adults $36; Youth $30
Indoor: Adults $36; Youth $30
*$5 discount if you can’t stay for the head to head shootout
** Also Discount if you register for both shoots with head to heads at the same time** Adults $60 & Youth $50

For a link to the event flyer –  Click Here

For a link to the 3G website – Click Here

Duel in Desert Trials – Oct 16

It is Duel In the Desert time again.  The Duel Trials will be held on October 16, 2016, and the Duel competition will be held later on November 12-13, 2016.

For those archers interested in competing in the Duel, please go to the ABFAA.info website for information.  

Here is a link to the Duel In the Desert event flyer – Click Here