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WCHS fishermen hook fishing championship
Vandagriffs net $10K scholarship, $500 cash
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WCHS anglers who won $10,000 in scholarship money and $500 cash in the Chattanooga Bass Association High School Fishing Championship this past weekend are, from left, Samuel Vandagriff, father Barry Vandagriff and Matthew Vandagriff. The Vandagriffs beat a record field of 226 teams to win the event.

Warren County High School angler team members Matthew and Samuel Vandagriff  teamed up to catch a three-bass limit weighing 13.73 pounds, topping a record field of 226 teams to win the second annual Chattanooga Bass Association High School Fishing Championship this past weekend.
The Vandagriffs won $10,000 in scholarship money and $500 cash. They also earned an automatic spot into the Bassmaster High School National Championship later this year.
The top 10 teams that placed in the tournament are as followed:

Matthew Vandagriff and Samuel Vandagriff – Warren County – 13.73 lbs.
Chase McCullough and Tyler Padgett – Cohulla Creek – 13.49 lbs.
Hunter Presley and Dillon Nelson – Rhea County – 12.04 lbs.
John Kittle and Isaah Elrod – Cohulla Creek – 11.58 lbs.
Blake Richardson and Ethan Bone – Heritage – 11.40 lbs.
Wade Sneed and Cody Gunter – Rhea County – 11.14 lbs.
Bransford Dunn and Dustin Osborne – Rhea County – 11.13 lbs.
Landry Cooper and Cameron Kirkland – Sequoya – 10.78 lbs.
Ward Barber and Dylan Jolly – Cohulla Creek – 10.71 lbs.
Gavin Ainsle and Collin Gregory – Central – 10.23 lbs.