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Lamb and Lamb win The 22nd Annual Alhambra Shriners Bass Tournament

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First Place Winners - Greg and Don Lamb First Place Winners - Greg and Don Lamb
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The father and son team of Don and Greg Lamb topped the field of 40 boats to win The 22nd Annual Alhambra Shriners Bass Tournament held this past Saturday May 23rd out of Chester Frost Park. Greg and Don caught a five bass limit weighing 26.45 pounds for their victory. Big fish of this bass event was caught by Steve and A.J. Barnes a nice 7.55 largemouth.

All proceeds from this bass tournament will go to the operation of Alhambra Shrine.  The Shriners have 22 hospitals that they operate and spend 2.2 million dollars every 24 hours just to operate their hospitals. The Shriners funds are used to treat children regardless of their ability to pay.  If you know of a child the Shriners can help, please let them know. 

Alhambra Shriners spend between 100,000.00 to 150,000.00 dollars per year to transport local area children to Shriners Hospitals.  Shriners also provide all necessary transportation, related meals and lodging at no charge for parents during a child's hospital stay and treatment.

The Shriners gave special thanks to the many sponsors that made this event possible.

Top 8 are as follows:
1. Don and Greg Lamb 26.45 lbs.  $2000
2. Rogne Brown and Elijah Cartwright  25.65 lbs.  $650
3. Steve and A.J. Barnes  24.15 lbs $500
4. John Coffelt and Justin Sneed   23.35 lbs. $400
5. Kenny Marsh and Matt Gowan   21.35 lbs. $300
6. Martin Smith and  Kevin Peden  21.15 lbs  $250
7. Mario Dematto and Travis Breaden   19.95  $200
8. Jake Bebin and Allen Johnson 17.80  $150 
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