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Grundy County High wins Battle of Chickamauga High School Bass Classic

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2016 Bass Pro Shop Battle of Chickamauga Champions - Kyle Ingleburger and Kyle Palmer from Grundy County High School 2016 Bass Pro Shop Battle of Chickamauga Champions - Kyle Ingleburger and Kyle Palmer from Grundy County High School

Dayton, TN (WRCB) - The team of Kyle Ingleburger and Kyle Palmer from Grundy County High School caught a 5 bass limit weighing 29.57 pounds, topping the field of 320 anglers to win The Battle of Chickamauga High School Bass Classic held today, March 12, 2016, out of Dayton, TN.  

Ingleburger and Palmer won $10,000.00 in scholarship money and a $1000.00 gift card from Bass Pro Shop. Grundy County High School receives the honor of displaying the 2016 Battle of Chickamauga Championship Belt until the next event in 2017. The win also earned them an automatic spot into the Bassmaster High School National Championship later this year

“We found the winning area in practice the day before the tournament and felt like it held some quality fish. It still was a grind for us all day with most of our fish coming late in the day on rattle baits and jerkbaits”, said Ingleburger

Finishing in second place was the team of Eli Mitchell and Tyler Lusk from Soddy Daisy High School with a five bass limit weighing 25.56 pounds.

Roane County High School's Holly White won the Big Fish award with a giant 9.03 pound Chickamauga bass. Holly claimed a new Lowrance Gen 3 HDS7 Touch Chartplotter for her efforts valued at $1,400.

High School Bass Fishing Teams are being formed all across the United States advancing the sport of bass fishing all the way to high school national championships.  The teams compete for their share of available scholarship monies and prizes in this new high school fishing format.   

Complete results: http://battleofchick.com/2016-results/

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