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Warren County wins Chattanooga Bass Association High School Fishing Championship

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Coach Mike Keen of Bryan College awards Matthew & Samuel Vandagriff of Warren County a $10,000 College Scholarship to Bryan College Coach Mike Keen of Bryan College awards Matthew & Samuel Vandagriff of Warren County a $10,000 College Scholarship to Bryan College
2nd Place - Chase McCullough and Tyler Padgett – Cohulla Creek 2nd Place - Chase McCullough and Tyler Padgett – Cohulla Creek
3rd Place - Hunter Presley and Dillon Nelson – Rhea County 3rd Place - Hunter Presley and Dillon Nelson – Rhea County
Big Fish Winners - Trent Beaty and Hayden Murphy from Gordon Lee High Big Fish Winners - Trent Beaty and Hayden Murphy from Gordon Lee High

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The team of Matthew and Samuel Vandagriff from Warren County High School caught a 3 bass limit weighing 13.73 pounds, topping a record field of 226 teams to win second annual Chattanooga Bass Association High School Fishing Championship this weekend.  

Matthew and Samuel won $10,000.00 in scholarship money and $500 in cash. The win also earned them an automatic spot into the Bassmaster High School National Championship later this year

Trent Beaty and Hayden Murphy from Gordon Lee High won the overall Big Fish award with a giant 9.05 pound Largemouth. 

The second Big Fish award went to the Rhea County Team of Hunter Presley and Dillon Nelson with a Largemouth weighing 9.02 pounds.

The top 10 Teams are as follows:
1st – Matthew Vandagriff and Samuel Vandagriff – Warren County – 13.73 lbs.
2nd – Chase McCullough and Tyler Padgett – Cohulla Creek – 13.49 lbs.
3rd – Hunter Presley and Dillon Nelson – Rhea County – 12.04 lbs.
4th – John Kittle and Isaah Elrod – Cohulla Creek – 11.58 lbs.
5th – Blake Richardson and Ethan Bone – Heritage – 11.40 lbs.
6th – Wade Sneed and Cody Gunter – Rhea County – 11.14 lbs.
7th – Bransford Dunn and Dustin Osborne – Rhea County – 11.13 lbs.
8th – Landry Cooper and Cameron Kirkland – Sequoya – 10.78 lbs.
9th – Ward Barber and Dylan Jolly – Cohulla Creek – 10.71 lbs.
10th – Gavin Ainsle and Collin Gregory – Central – 10.23 lbs.

Top three overall School Team Standings:
1st – Cohulla Creek – 35.78 lbs,
2nd – Rhea County – 34.31 lbs.
3rd – Sale Creek - 26.46 lbs.

CBA President, Shane Frazier says" I am very excited about this event and being able to give these young anglers a big tournament experience that most of them haven't been able to experience, while also providing monetary benefit to their teams. Fishing isn't a cheap sport, and the financial burden falls on these parents and volunteers that donate there time, equipment, and money. Our goal is to help offset some of those costs through this event."
 

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