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Marshall County High Wins KHSAA Tournament on Kentucky Lake

Marshall County High Wins KHSAA Tournament on Kentucky Lake Marshall County High School Wins 2018 KHSAA State Bass Fishing Championship on Kentucky Lake
 

GILBERTSVILLE, Ky. (May 14, 2018) – The Marshall County High School team of Tristan Barrett and Evan Bremmerkamp brought a two-day cumulative total of eight bass weighing 27 pounds, 11 ounces to the scale this weekend, beating out 67 other teams to win the 2018 Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) State Bass Fishing Championship on Kentucky Lake. The win earned the team medals, a trophy to display in their school and the title of KHSAA state champions.

 

The top 10 high school teams on Kentucky Lake were:

  1st:       Marshall County High School – Tristan Barrett and Evan Bremmerkamp, eight bass, 27-11

  2nd:     Madison Southern High School – Blake Harold and Cameron Cochran, six bass, 21-7

  3rd:      Calloway County High School – Dylan Bell and Jacob Hudgin, seven bass, 20-1

  4th:      McCracken County High School – Tyler Lillevig and Hunter Valerius, seven bass, 20-1

  5th:      Muhlenberg County High School – Carson Recke and Jackson Kulijof, six bass, 17-11

  6th:      Ohio County High School – Dalton Wilson and Brennan Peters, six bass, 17-8

  7th:      LaRue County High School – Wyatt Pearman and Evan Morris, six bass, 16-13

  8th:      Trigg County High School – Andrew Greene and Anthony Ethridge, seven bass, 16-11

  9th:      Bourbon County High School – Conner Johnson and Cameron Brady, six bass, 16-3

  10th:    Boyle County High School – Sam Clark and Hannah Wesley, six bass, 16-2

 

For the second consecutive year, Garrard County High School angler Morgan Miracle was recognized as the 2018 Midway University/KHSAA Female Student-Athlete of the Year. The award is presented to the student-athlete who exemplifies outstanding athletic performance, community service, leadership and academic achievement in her sport.

 

A 5-pound, 3-ounce bass earned the KHSAA Big Bass honors on each day of competition. On Day One, Madison Southern High School angler Cameron Cochran caught a 5-3 to claim the big bass of the day, while Bourbon County angler Cameron Brady weighed a 5-3 on Day Two to earn the honors.

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