Team Easton shooters had an impressive performance at the prestigious Western Classic Trail shoot held in Redding, California. Finishing ahead of approximately 1600 competitors, Paul Tedford used his Easton X10 ProTour arrows to shoot a 1538/1540, the second highest score ever recorded at the Western Classic. Tedford led an Easton sweep of the Open Championship category, followed by Easton shooters Mike Schloesser and Louis Price in second and third place, respectively. Finishing in fourth was three-time Redding champion and course record holder, Jesse Broadwater, also with Easton arrows.
Bow hunter extraordinaire Darren Collins set a Senior Championship record with an impressive 1533/1540, also using the Easton X10 ProTour, as he took the title in the over 50 division.
Linda Ochoa-Anderson used her X10 ProTours to earn a second-place finish in the Women’s championship division, while also winning the women’s team division.
Congrats to all the shooter and to Straight Arrow Bowhunters for hosting another great event.
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