Carpenter and Crowe Win ASA Texas TitlesApril 29, 2014 - mikez
The fourth tournament for the ASA was held April 25 – 27 in Paris Texas. The windy conditions proved to be a challenge for the competitors, but when the winners were announced, Sharon Carpenter and Tom Crowe had overcome the conditions and won the championships in their respective classes.
Sharon Carpenter has had great success in Texas in the past two years. Carpenter has walked out of Texas with the Women’s Pro championship each of the past two seasons! This week, Carpenter had another dominant performance and lead by 20 points going into the shoot down. Carpenter overcame the wind and for the third year in a row, she won the Women’s Open Pro class championship at the ASA Texas tournament! Carpenter finished with a score of 457-16 and won by a resounding eleven points! Third place went to fellow Mathews shooter Ginger Morehead. Morehead had a final score of 436-5. Mathews finished with eight of the top ten finishers in the class. The rest of the top ten included: Sherry Hott, 434-11, 4th place; Kailey Johnston, 430-9, 5th place; Connie Griffin, 382-8, 6th place; Kelly Ward, 378-7, 7th place; Erika Lundeen and Tracey Sadler finished tied for 9th place with a score of 373-6.
In the Senior Pro class, Tom Crowe once again went to the winners circle. Crowe had a final score of 471-21 and won his first ASA title of the year. Crowe led a dominant performance by the Mathews Senior Pro competitors. Mathews shooters finished in the top 14 places and 17 of the top 20! Second place went to Carl Adkins with a score of 463-14 and Randall Jones finished in third place with a score of 459-13. The rest of the top ten included: Richard Freeland, 452-13, 4th place; Art Brown, 449-14, 5th place; Duane Price, 410-12, 6th place; Scott Price, 410-11, 7th place; Phil Long, 409-15, 8th place; Colin Boothe, 407-9, 9th place and Joe Brooks, 406-12 in 10th place.
In the Open Pro class, the top Mathews finisher was Jame Jamison. Jamison had a final score of 494-20 and finished in second place. Mathews finished with four of the top ten finishers in the class. The rest of the top ten included: Jeff Hopkins, 490-21, 4th place; Justin Bethel, 486-18, 5th place and Walter Rush, 426-20 in 6th place.