Eatonville High School freshman Bodie Turner recently traveled to the Lancaster Classic Archery Tournament in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. While there he was one of only three professional archers that shot a perfect 660/660 in the 19-year history of the Lancaster Classic. To do that, Turner, 15 had to hit the center X ring 60 times in a row from a distance of 20 yards. The X ring is slightly smaller than a nickel, according to an announcement from the school district. His targets are now framed at Lancaster Archery Supply next to the targets of the other two archers.
From Lancaster, Turner and his family traveled to Las Vegas to the largest indoor archery tournament in the world, The Vegas Shoot. While there, Baker received his Pro credentials and shot a 900/900 with 84/90 X-ring hits. This score advanced him to the “The Big Show” where Turner emerged the victor in the Championship Compound Open class. He outshot 22 other adult male professional archers in the shoot off to win over $71,000.
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