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Sneed and Gailor Win Yamaha’s Top 25 Championship Bass Tournament

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First Place Winners - Wade Sneed and J.W. Gailor First Place Winners - Wade Sneed and J.W. Gailor
Chattanooga (WRCB) – The SE TN High School Bass Fishing Trail hosted the Yamaha's Top 25 High School Championship Bass Tournament on Guntersville, Saturday May 30, 2015. Twenty-five teams representing six different high schools qualified for this event. 

The Rhea County team of Wade Sneed and J.W. Gailor topped the field to win the event with a five fish limit weighing 19.24 lbs. The Duo also won Big Fish of the tournament with a 5.14 lb. bass. For the win they each received a $1,000 scholarship from Yamaha.

Sneed and Gailor reported that they did not have a fish with only an hour left to fish. “We caught everything we weighed in on our final stop right before time to weigh-in”, said Sneed 
 
Each team that participated in this event received right at $500 in merchandise from Berkley Fishing, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Trokar and 2 Denali Rods. Over $16,000 in cash, prizes, and scholarships were awarded back to these young anglers in this event.

Complete results:

Place

Team Names

School

# Fish

Weight

1

Wade Sneed-J.W. Gailor

Rhea County

5

19.24

2

Daniel Bray-Garrett Turner

White County

5

18.36

3

Kyle Ingleburger-Kyle Palmer

Grundy County

5

16.42

4

Justin Wright-Cody Gunter

Rhea County

5

13.95

5

Case Anderson-Grant Hodosi

Grundy County

5

11.84

6

Samuel Morgan-Eldon Posey

Grundy County

5

11.41

7

Chris Wilson-Colton Morton

Bradley Central

5

10.53

8

Ben Franklin-Zachary Hiett

Grundy County

5

10.34

9

Dalton Summers-Peyton Tate

Grundy County

4

10.19

10

Hunter Bouldin-Samuel Vandagriff

Warren County

5

9.65

11

Keaton Turner-Jeff McCormick

Warren County

4

8.83

12

Chase Watson-Drew Gunter

Rhea County

3

7.14

13

Clay Wilson-Jacob Bray

White County

3

5.86

14

Josh Powers-Cole Stewart

Grundy County

3

5.28

15

Travis Lockhart-Daniel Hobbs

Warren County

2

5.07

16

Jesse Hooker-Nathan Shaver

Rhea County

2

3.63

17

Brandsford Dean-Dustin Osborne

Rhea County

2

3.09

18

Stuart Roggli-Robert Easterly

Grundy County

1

2.99

19

Hunter Conaster-Luke Patton

York Institute

1

2.44

20

Adrien Thaxon-Matthew Butcher

Warren County

1

2.38

21

Tristan Owenby-Austin Jackson

Grundy County

1

2.08

22

Justin Cowan-Tim Lewis

White County

1

2.02

23

Isaiah Gardenhire-Haydon Robbins

White County

1

1.47

24

Hank Lowrie-Daniel Stiefel

Grundy County

3

7.5

24

Brock Watson-Lucas Young

Warren County

0

0

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