Another great Arizona
JOAD Indoor Championship was hosted by the Precision Shooters JOAD and
PSE in Tucson with Alan Huff as Tournament Director.
The Mesa Targeteers
looked sharp as always in their team shirts.
Many wore their 2005
Duel in the Desert team shirts that were such a great success last
It was nice to see many
new and old faces on the line including many first timers.
It was noted that the
three Arizona JOAD clubs represented each had 8 JOADs at the tournament.
The AZ JOAD
Championship is a JOAD 600 round at 18 meters.
Bowman and Cub
recurve shoot a 60 cm face, outer 10 ring.
Bowman and Cub
compound shoot a 40 cm face, outer 10 ring.
Cadet and Junior
recurve shoot a 40 cm face, outer 10 ring.
Cadet and Junior
compound shoot a 40 cm face, inner 10 ring.
Arizona State Indoor Championship Prescott to be held in late February
is a NAA 1200 round were all shoot a 40 cm face,
shoot the inner ten, recurves shoot the outer ten)
The actual shooting
went very well in the spacious PSE factory range with included it four
large well used bow stands.
The range is set up
nicely with digital clock timing, lane and target numbers and music
The PSE pro shop
opened early to support including making their practice ranges
Only a few arrow
calls were needed along with one equipment failure.
Arizona JOAD Indoor
Championship 600 round records set by Ryan Davis and Brady
set both the 300 round and 600 round records.
The 2005 AZJOAD
Vegas Team Showdown trophy cups were presented to Straight
N Arrow JOAD, Mesa Targeteers and Precision Shooters JOAD.
The 2005 Arizona JOAD
Team Championship trophy cups were also presented.
These Cups are
perpetual traveling trophies and are to be displayed each year at the
JOAD Club and then brought back to the tournament to be presented to
each year’s recipient.
The teams are
scheduled to compete at the World Archery Festival in Las Vegas in
If you have your own
equipment, ask you Arizona JOAD Club leader about taking part.
Championship award plaques were upgraded thanks to a generous donation
by PSE (free range use)
The plaques featured a
large Arizona State outline engraved plate.
The tournament awarded
a plaque to each and every JOAD that took part.
This year’s recipients
of the Arizona tradition of recognizing the JOAD Championship high
Kevin Hensberry, high
Robyn Repp, high
Brady Ellison, high
Maggie Huff, high
tournament was used to train a couple of JOAD parents in judging.
The Arizona JOAD
community recognized Alan Huff, Teresa Huff, Bob Pian
and Janice Price for their contributions with a gift and flower
can take part in the National Archery Association (NAA) Junior Olympic
Archery Development (JOAD) program by participating in one of the four
active Arizona JOAD clubs, joining the NAA and participating.
28 archers on 7 bales.
AB and CD
Mesa Targeteers JOAD at
Archery HQ Chandler, 8 JOADs
Straight N Arrow JOAD
Phoenix, 8 JOADs
Precision Shooters JOAD
PSE 8 JOADs
Guest Sun Devil Archers
(ASU) 3 and a Wildcat Archer (UofA) 1
staff, Teresa Huff, Craig and Debbie Wood
DOS/Judges: Nic Panawa
and Bob Pian
Judge Trainees: Ed
Votruba and Pat Monahan
Check in 8:40 AM
Practice 9:06 AM
Start of first 300
10:01 AM Bob Pian DOS
Lunch 11:20 AM
Start of second 300
12:31 AM Nic Panawa DOS
End 600 round 1:50 PM
Team awards 2:00 PM
Depart range 2:30 PM