Team Hoyt Beats the Heat at the AZ Cup

Temperature maps for USA Archery’s first outdoor match of the year, the AZ Cup, had been lined in crimson-and so had been the podiums. This World Personnel qualifying match equipped diminutive in the design in which of reprieve from the 90-level warmth other than for the switching breezes that added to the suspense of the finals. However fair a diminutive warm weather wasn’t ample to support Personnel Hoyt shooters from showing up and doing work.

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Tate “Tater” Morgan wins relief-to-relief gold, first at Versus and now at the AZ Cup.

Hot off a take at Versus MX, Tate Morgan used to be intent on harnessing his momentum to stretch his first-subject slither. After qualifying second, Tate burned via the pinnacle-to-head matches to invent gold. He wasn’t the good one entering the competition with something to support, on the opposite hand, as Steve Anderson hasn’t neglected a podium since securing the US National Indoor Championship. A true 150 in the bronze medal match used to be larger than ample to support “Fantastic Cat” Anderson’s slither alive.

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Steve “Fantastic Cat” Anderson continues his podium slither.

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Crispin Duenas, Zach Garrett and Brady Ellison sweep Men’s Recurve.

Personnel Hoyt’s recurve shooters had been out to gain an announcement, as effectively. Hoyt shooters Crispin Duenas, Zach Garrett, Brady Ellison and Collin Klimitchek comprised an all-Hoyt final, every taking pictures the Hoyt Faktor Series. Crispin Duenas and and Zach Garrett every shot the Faktor HP model, securing gold and silver, respectively. Brady Ellison joined the two on the rostrum, securing bronze. Besides to sweeping the finals, Garrett, Duenas, and Ellison additionally swept qualifications.

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Valid taking pictures from Crispin Duenas earned him gold at the AZ Cup.

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(Left to appropriate) Linda Ochoa-Anderson, Erika Jones and Toja Ellison on their formulation to sweeping qualifications.

The boys weren’t the good ones to sweep qualifications, as Toja Ellison, Linda Ochoa Anderson and Erika Jones took 1st, 2nd and third, respectively, in the Ladies folks’s Compound qualifications.

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Mackenzie Brown at elephantine design.

In Ladies folks’s Recurve, Mackenzie Brown stood apart because the tip Ladies folks’s Recurve Qualifier. When it came to finals, on the opposite hand, it used to be Christine Yeri Kim and Ariel Gibilaro who walked away with silver and bronze, respectively.

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Christine Yeri Kim on her formulation to clinching silver at the AZ Cup.

Congratulations to these Personnel Hoyt shooters, on their successes and dedication via the warmth, and thank you to all Personnel Hoyt shooters who competed. We look ahead to looking at more of your successes unfold for the length of this outdoor season.

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All photos courtesy of USA Archery.

Originally posted 2018-02-11 22:10:18.

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