Conway High teams place iin state fishing tournament

Five teams from Conway High recently placed in the state fishing tournament at Bull Shoals Lake in north central Arkansas.

 

Each of the high schools participating had two-person teams and one boat captain.

Team 1: Hunter Bogard and T.J. Mosby placed 28th, captained by Troy Bogard, 7.61lbs

Team 2: Davis Perry and Fisher Venable placed 22n, captained by Jim Perry, 8.88 lbs

Team 3: Christopher Harvey and Cody Savage placed 65th, captained by Tony Massery, 3.84

Team 4: Wyite Simpson and Siraj Khan placed 69th, captained by Scott Tibton, 3.63

Team 5: Cody Kesterson and Nathan Burrow placed 72nd, captained by James Burrow​, 3.25

The Highland High School team of Preston Wiles and Emma Johnson brought a five-bass limit weighing 11.57 pounds to win the title.

Brooke Pace and Amy May, of Flippiin were second at 11.3 pounds

The night before the tournament ‘Big’ Phil of the Mar Mar Resort & Tackle Shop reated Conway’s teams and captains to a fish fry.

 

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