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Coleman and Smith win Soddy Daisy Showdown Invitational Bass Tournament

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First Place Winners - Abby Smith and Alyssa Coleman representing Soddy Daisy High School First Place Winners - Abby Smith and Alyssa Coleman representing Soddy Daisy High School
Second Place Finishers and Big Fish Winners - Slater Daniel and Owen Vice representing Soddy Daisy High School Second Place Finishers and Big Fish Winners - Slater Daniel and Owen Vice representing Soddy Daisy High School
Third Place Finishers - Tyler Price and Garett Hall representing Rhea County High School Third Place Finishers - Tyler Price and Garett Hall representing Rhea County High School
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The team of Alyssa Coleman and Abby Smith from Soddy Daisy High School Bass Team took first place in the Soddy Daisy Showdown High School Invitational Bass tournament this weekend on Chickamauga Lake.

The duo brought in two fish weighing 8.55 pounds to top the 22 boat field.

Coleman and Smith reported catching their fish shallow, using red eye shad lipless rattle baits.

“Fishing today was really tough for us,” Smith said. "We only had one fish at noon and we caught our other fish that we weighed in the last thirty minutes of the tournament."

Taking second place was Soddy Daisy's
Slater Daniel and Owen Vice with one fish weighing 5.39 pounds.
Daniel and Vice also had big bass of the event with a largemouth bass weighing 5.39 pounds.


Finishing in third place was the Rhea County High School team of Tyler Price and Garett Hall with 5.27 pounds.

Forty-four students representing five different high schools were entered in this event.

High school teams competing in this tournament were Soddy Daisy, Sale Creek, Chattanooga Central, Rhea County, and Jellico High School from Kentucky.


The top six teams are as follows:
1st – Alyssa Coleman and Abby Smith, Soddy Daisy - 8.55 lbs.
2nd – Slater Daniel and Owen Vice - Soddy Daisy - 5.39 lbs.
3rd – Tyler Price and Garett Hall, Rhea County – 5.27 lbs.
4th 
- Dustin Osborne and Brandon Dean., Rhea County – 5.00 lbs.
5th –
Jake Beihoffer and Gavin Smith, Soddy Daisy – 4.36 lbs.
6th – Wyatt Coleman and James Gravitt – 2.45lbs.

Top three overall School Team Standings:
1stSoddy Daisy
2ndRhea County
3rdSale Creek

(Overall standing are determined by a total of the three highest weights of each school's team)

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