Boyd and Horn Win NFAA Indoor Nationals Titles
Boyd and Horn Win NFAA Indoor Nationals TitlesApril 11, 2003 - Joel
The NFAA Indoor Nationals were held March 29 30 in Kansas City Missouri. This is the second jewel in the NFAA series. When the scores were tallied, William Boyd and Ed Horn took home the title on NFAA Indoor National Champions.
In the Professional Male Freestyle Limited class, four shooters turned in scores of 600. The winner was decided by x count. When the Xs were tallied, Team Mathews took home the top three places. William Boyd led the way with a score of 600 points, with 111 Xs. Second place was Charlie Owens with a score of 600 points, with 105 Xs and third place went to Bob Besanceney with a score of 600 points with 103 Xs. Mathews had two more shooters finish in the top eight. Rod White turned in a score of 591 points with 67 Xs to finish in seventh and Emory Budzinski finished in eighth place with a score of 587 points with 72 Xs.
In the Senior Professional Male Freestyle division, eight shooters turned in a score of 600. Ed Horn captured the title with a score of 600 points with 115 Xs. Fellow Mathews shooter Frank Rus finished fourth with a score of 600 with 110 Xs and Glenn Campbell finished seventh with a score of 600 with 105 Xs. Charles Blankenship had a score of 598 points with 105 Xs to finish in tenth place.
In the Professional Female Freestyle division, Mathews had five shooters in the top ten. The top Mathews finisher was Connie Calloway who finished in second place with a score of 600 with 116 Xs. Alicia McHenry finished in fifth place with a score of 600 with 111 Xs. Kelly Ward was sixth with a score of 600 with 110 Xs. Becky Pearson was eighth with a score of 600 with 106 Xs. Susan Thompson was tenth with a score of 600 with 98 Xs.
In the Professional Male Freestyle division, there were seven shooters that turned in a perfect score of 600 with 120 Xs. There were a total of seventy shooters that finished in the top ten. Mathews had 15 shooters finish in this group. Michael Anderson, Darrin Christenberry, Roger Willett and Kevin Polish JR all finished tied for third place with a score of 600 with 119 Xs. Colin Boothe, John Dudley, Eric Osmonson and Richard Leftwich were tied in fourth place with 600 with 118 Xs. Jackie White was in fifth place with 600 with 117 Xs. Brian Jones, Mel Shrewsbury and Tom Crowe were tied in 6th place with 600 with 116 Xs. Jeff Hopkins was in eighth place with 600 with 114 Xs. and Dave Kerg was in ninth was a score of 600 with 113 Xs.