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Bouldin and Vandergrif Win Edd Rogers Chevrolet High School King of the Hill Bass Tournament

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First Place Winners - Hunter Bouldin and Samuel Vandergrif from Warren County First Place Winners - Hunter Bouldin and Samuel Vandergrif from Warren County
Second Place Finishers - Colton Morton and Chris Wilson from Bradley Central Second Place Finishers - Colton Morton and Chris Wilson from Bradley Central
Third Place Finishers - Preston Bond and Seth Abernethy from  Summit High Third Place Finishers - Preston Bond and Seth Abernethy from Summit High
Fourth Place Finishers - Samuel Morgan and Eldon Posey from Grundy County Fourth Place Finishers - Samuel Morgan and Eldon Posey from Grundy County
Fifth Place Finishers - Stuart Roggli and Robert Easterly from Grundy County Fifth Place Finishers - Stuart Roggli and Robert Easterly from Grundy County
Smithville, TN (WRCB) – The SE TN High School Bass Fishing Trail hosted the Edd Rogers Chevrolet High School King of the Hill Bass Tournament on Center Hill, Saturday April 25, 2015. Thirty-two teams representing seven different high schools were entered in this event. 

The Warren County team of Hunter Bouldin and Samuel Vandergrif topped the field to win this high school event with a five fish limit weighing 15.81 lbs. The Duo also won Big Fish of the tournament with a 4.27 lb. bass. 

Bouldin and Vandergrif received two $500 scholarships for the win. The win also qualified them for a berth into the BASS High School Nationals.

High school teams competing in this tournament were Warren, Bradley Central, Summit High, Grundy, Rhea, York Inst, and White. Sixteen of the 31 teams that participated weighed in bass.

The next event will be held on Nickajack Lake on May 2nd. For more info visit www.tnhsbasstrail.com

Complete results listed at bottom of page:

Place

Team Names

School

Weight

Big Fish

Points

1st

Hunter Bouldin-Samuel Vandergrif

Warren

15.81

4.27

200

2nd

Colton Morton-Chris Wilson

Bradley Central

15.81

3.88

198

3rd

Preston Bond-Seth Abernethy

Summit High

11.46

3.87

196

4th

Samuel Morgan-Eldon Posey

Grundy

11.43

194

5th

Stuart Roggli-Robert Easterly

Grundy

10.9

3.84

192

6th

Hank Lowrie-Daniel Stiefel

Grundy

10.89

3.02

190

7th

Brandsford Dean-Dustin Osborne

Rhea

10.5

188

8th

Josh Powers-Cole Stewart

Grundy

8.67

3.81

186

9th

Adrien Thaxon-Matthew Butcher

Warren

8.61

3.97

184

10th

Case Anderson-Grant Hodosi

Grundy

7.77

182

11th

Hunter Conaster-Luke Patton

York Inst

7.45

3.85

180

12th

Kyle Ingleburger-Kyle Palmer

Grundy

7.35

178

13th

Daniel Bray-Garrett Turner

White

6.15

176

14th

Isaiah Gardenhire-Hayden Robbins

White

6.15

174

15th

Dalton Vaughn-Jacob Bray

White

6.08

172

16th

Justin Wright-Cody Gunter

Rhea

5.47

170

17th

Cameron Gipson-Jake Cowan

York Inst

5.06

3.16

168

18th

Chase Watson-Drew Gunter

Rhea

4.85

166

19th

Keaton Turner-Jefff McCormick

Warren

5.26

164

20th

Wade Sneed-J.W. Gailor

Rhea

4.44

162

21st

Brock Watson-Lucus Young

Warren

4.06

160

22nd

Clay Wilson-Tristen Houston

White

3.65

158

23rd

Tyler Nolan-Braden Thurmond

Grundy

3.48

156

24th

Dakota Travis-Zackary Hiett

Grundy

3.44

154

25th

Dalton Summers-Peyton Tate

Grundy

3.12

152

26th

Ben Franklin-Garrett Whitman

Grundy

2.44

150

27th

Tristan Owenby-Austin Jackson

Grundy

2.35

148

28th

Will Bennett-Thomas Sanders

Summit High

1.96

146

29th

Justin Cowan-Tim Lewis

White

1.89

144

30th

Jesse Hooker-Nathan Shaver

Rhea

1.57

142

31st

Travis Lockhart-Daniel Hobbs

Warren

1.33

140

32nd

Kennedy Adams-Daryl Strunk

York Inst

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