19.Nov.2011 (Story by FLW Outdoors)
“We worked hard all day,” Wall said. “We had to fish really slow and thankfully it paid off.”
Rounding out the teams finalists:
2nd: San Benito High School, Manuel Munoz and Chris Fenk, five bass, 7-7
3rd: Victory Home School, Asa and Alex Schneidermann, two bass, 4-15
4th: Alta High School, Corey Quintana and Roy High School, Seth Hausman, three bass, 3-13
5th: Peoria High School, Michael and Cody Nugent, one bass, 1-10
6th: Pueblo West High School, Cody Crump and Matthew Mason, zero bass, 0-00
The winning team was determined by the heaviest weight for a maximum of five bass. Winning teams from each of five regional championships advances to the High School Fishing National Championship for a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship ($5,000 to each team member).
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