In a hot, humid, and muddy ASA (Archery Shooters Association) weekend, Scott Archery and Custom Bow Equipment’s athletes prevailed to the top. Emily McCarthy finished second in the Women’s Pro class, followed shortly by Justin Hannah securing third in the Men’s Known Pro class.

In his fifth ASA shoot down this year, Justin Hannah, shooting a Scott Longhorn Pro and CBE Vertex, finished in third after a nail-biting shootdown. Hannah continues to grow his Shooter of the Year tally; with this podium finish he trails Scott and CBE teammate Nathan Brooks by eight points. 


“Having confidence in my shot execution is what I always fall back on when under pressure in shootoffs or maybe that last arrow to get in the shootoff,” Hannah said. “With Scott and CBE on my side, I don’t have to think about whether my equipment is going to perform. I just have to worry about my execution.”

Looking to add points to her climbing Shooter of the Year tally, Emily McCarthy, shooting a Scott Mini Advantage and CBE Vertex shot aggressively all weekend against her familiar opponents, including Scott and CBE teammate Maddie Rutkowski.


“I packed one sight and one release, for 21 days straight on the road and three consecutive tournaments with NO backups,” McCarthy said. “Because with Scott and CBE I have peace of mind and reliability, and I’m going home with three consecutive podium finishes.”

Scott and CBE shooters will reconvene at the final ASA of the year, which takes place in Cullman, AL this August.

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