Meet the Pros at the 2018 Lancaster Archery Classic

The 2018 Lancaster Archery Classic at Spooky Nook Sports will feature a special gathering of some of the sport’s biggest names, for fans to come get autographs and photos, shake hands or just say, “Hi.”


The Meet the Pros event is scheduled for 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 27, in the main shooting hall.

Among those scheduled to appear are U.S. Olympians Brady Ellison and Mackenzie Brown, and the following pros listed by the bow manufacturers they represent:


Brady Ellison

BOWTECH – Paige Gore, Tim “The Hammer” Gillingham, Danielle Reynolds and Domagoj Buden


Paige Gore

ELITE – Reo Wilde, Chance Beaubouef, Cara Kelly and Kris Schaff


Chance Beaubouef

HOYT – Steve Anderson, Linda Ochoa-Anderson, Matt Stutzman, Mike Schloesser and Toja Ellison


Mike Schloesser

MATHEWS – Levi Morgan, Jesse Broadwater, Tanja Jensen, Sarah Sonnichsen, Braden Gellenthien and Chris Perkins


Braden Gellenthien

PRIME – Dave Cousins, Paul Tedford, Breanna Theodore, Heather Gore, Benton Christensen


Benton Christensen

PSE – Stephan Hansen, Jack Wallace II, Lewis Holmes III, Christine Harrelson, Joby Shaw, Mason Smith, Chris Berry and Michael Braden.


Stephan Hansen

All of these archers are among the best in the game, and they have scores of titles, championships and world records to their credit. They also are known for being very generous with their archery fans.

Fans can bring items they’d like to have their favorite pros sign, or the pros will have cards and targets on hand that they will autograph for their fans.

The event is free and open to anyone, however Spooky Nook charges $5 for parking. Spooky Nook Sports is located at 75 Champ Blvd., Manheim, PA.

Any media inquiries about this event can be directed to P.J. Reilly at 717-575-3039 or via email at [email protected].

Now in its 15th year, the Lancaster Archery Classic is the largest indoor archery tournament on the East Coast, featuring about 1,500 professional and amateur competitors from all over the world. Those archers will compete for over $300,000 in awards and prize money from Jan. 26-28.

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