McCarthy and Young Win 2nd Leg of IBO National Triple CrownJune 16, 2014 - mikez
The 2nd Leg of the IBO National Triple Crown was held June 13 – 15 in Fairfield Pennsylvania. The competition is tough with all the shooters in top form. When the winners were announced, Dan McCarthy and Ray Young walked off the course with their first wins of the season.
In the Pro Male Release class, Dan McCarthy is no stranger to the winners circle. He has won a number of national tournaments over the years. This is the first year that McCarthy has competed with a Mathews. The past two tournaments, McCarthy has been competing with the new Chill-X. The last ASA tournament, McCarthy shot his personal best score of his career. This week, he continued to shoot the Chill-X amazingly, and he turned in a final score of 412-20 and captured his first win of the season. “The Chill-X is one of the best bows I’ve ever shot; it’s a perfect combination of speed, accuracy, and reliability!!!! It blows my mind how well it shoots for only being 35″ axle to axle!!!” Dan McCarthy. Brandon Reyes was also using the new Chill-X and he turned in a score of 411-19 and finished in third place. Tommy Gomez finished in seventh place with a score of 408-18.
In the Pro Senior class, Ray Young showed the way and captured his first win of the season. Young had a final score of 412-16 and won by six points. Young was shooting the Chill-R. Art Brown finished in third place with a score of 399-15. Mathews finished with seven of the top ten finishers in the class. The rest of the top ten included: Bill Sennick, 394-18, 4th place; Scott Price, 393-16, 5th place; Jeffrey Cortright, 392-10, 6th place; Chris Stachler, 387-10, 9th place and Burley Hall, 386-9 in 10th place.
In the Pro Female class, the top Mathews finisher was Kaitlyn Price. Price had a final score of 374-7 and finished in second place. Mathews finished with five of the top ten finishers in the class. The rest of the top ten included: Emily Veyna, 373-3, 4th place; Connie Calloway, 371-11, 5th place; Sharon Carpenter, 369-6, 7th place and Kailey Johnston, 360-12 in 9th place.