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April 28, 2014

North Laurel duo Blair and Williams place sixth

CORBIN — By Les Dixon / Staff Writer

North Laurel’s duo of Lane Williams and Gabe Blair turned in a solid effort in the 2014 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship, finishing sixth overall with a total of nine combined fish caught during the two-day event that equaled 27 pounds and seven ounces.

Muhlenberg County’s Cameron Brooks and Chase Geary took home first place honors with 10 fish caught that totaled 33 pounds and six ounces. Trigg County’s Mason Shelton/Drake Oliver (10 fish caught for 32 pounds, three ounces); Calloway County’s Nathan Camp/Brandon Falwell (10 fish caught  for 30 pounds, seven ounces); Muhlenberg County’s Jacob Bowles/Hunter Hampton  (10 fish caught for 28 pounds, 14 ounces) and Calloway County’s Jared Phillips/Nick Proctor (10 fish caught for 28 pounds, six ounces) rounded out the top five.

North Laurel’s Williams did catch the biggest fish during the championship at 5 pounds, 15 ounces, which earned him the Big Bass award.

Corbin’s Morgan Boggs and Tanner Jordan placed eighth with 10 fish caught for 23 pounds and 15 ounces while North Laurel’s Casey Collett and Austin Williams finished in 14th place with five fish caught for 15 pounds.

Corbin’s Tristan Jordan and Don Taylor placed 17th with four fish caught that totaled 11 pounds and seven ounces.

South Laurel’s Brian Longworth and Ethan Baker finished 24th with three fish caught that totaled seven pounds and two ounces.  South Laurel’s duos of Wesley Baker/Wade Ball (placed 34th with two fish caught that totaled four pounds and nine ounces) and Samuel Woods/Matthew Woods (placed 44th) also placed.

 

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