REDDING, Calif. — Team Easton’s Jesse Broadwater, an
Allegany County resident, made history recently by becoming
the first archer to shoot 139 out of 140 — dropping only
one point — and smashing the previous record of five points
down, according to an article on The Archery Wire.
With distances that range from 4 to 101 yards and angles of
up to 40 degrees, the NFAA Marked 3-D is designed to be
extremely challenging. Broadwater’s arrows found 139 of 140
orange bull’s-eyes, giving him the win in the Western Classic
NFAA Marked 3-D National Championship.
“My Pro Tour arrows just kept finding center,” said Broadwater.
“I've been close here before, but it feels great to finally
get the win.”