Wilde brothers cash in at Big Sky Open
Logan Wilde of Idaho scored 584 points Sunday to go with his first-day score of 589 and win the men’s championship freestyle unlimited title in the Big Sky Open archery tournament at the DoubleTree Hotel.
Wilde pocketed $1,700 after scoring 1,173 total points. Reo Wilde, also from Idaho, was second with 1,168 points after his score of 585 on Sunday. Josh Schaff of Montana was third with 1,162 points.
More than 160 archers competed in the annual three-day event.
Randy Brabec won the men’s championship freestyle limited division, shooting a 529 on Sunday for a 1,065 total. Another Coloradan, Kurt Geist, won the men’s championship bowhunter freestyle unlimited title, scoring a 568 for a 1,125 total.
Richard Lucangioli of Colorado (709) won the men’s barebow championship.
Anne Geist scored 523 on Sunday for a 1,051 total and the title in the women’s championship bowhunter freestyle unlimited class.
Kris Weaver of Utah won the women’s championship freestyle unlimited title with a two-day score of 1,087, edging Connie Calloway of Tennessee, who finished at 1,063.
Dee Wilde capped his family’s winning weekend, winning the men’s senior championship freestyle unlimited title with 1,150 points, two points ahead of Dick Smith of Longmont.
Drew Hortman of Utah (1,144) won the men’s Flight 1 title; Travis Rahart of New Mexico (1,111) won Flight 2; William Driscoll of Utah (1,093) won Flight 3; Matthew Rusk of Wyoming (1,063) won Flight 4 and Chris Blaine of New Mexico (998) claimed Flight 5.
Amber Christensen of Idaho (1,093) won the women’s Flight 1 title and Cindy Mansfield of Colorado (992) won Flight 2. Frank Roof of Nevada (1,059) won the senior freestyle unlimited title.
In the youth divisions, Madelynne Greathouse of Colorado (1,126) edged Taylor Greathouse (1,121) to win the girls amateur cadet freestyle unlimited title and Kolton Chadd of Colorado (1,035) won the boys intermediate freestyle unlimited title.
Katie DeMunbrun of Wyoming (1,002) won the girls intermediate freestyle division; Sam Blaine of New Mexico (651) won the boys junior freestyle and Caitlyn Shepherd of Colorado (454) the girls junior freestyle.