EAST/HOUSTON REGIONAL 4/15/17 – Sam Rayburn (Cassel Boykin Park) Off Limits - 4/10-13/17 Official Practice Day – 4/14/17
THSBA CHAMPIONSHIP 5/20-21/17 – Ray Roberts (Ray Roberts Marina OR Sanger HS) Off Limits – 5/15-18/17 Official Practice Day – 5/19/17 _____________________________________________
THSBA State Championship at Lake Ray Roberts May 20-21, 2017
We are thrilled that 5 our teams qualified for this tournament (many schools had only 1 or 2 teams). Unfortunately, it turned out to be the toughest lake we faced all year. We are so proud of our teams for working together to try to find patterns and share strategies. All of our teams struggled to find keepers and thus, the results weren't what we hoped for. Congratulations to Montgomery for having the first place team and being the first place school. Out of 230 teams and 50+ schools, we had 1 team finish in the top 100. Congratulations to Evan Carlson/Ross Dixon for 83rd place. The great news is, 9 of our 10 anglers are returning next year and will hopefully make it back to state and have a chance to get the win!
Full results HERE __________________________________________________________________________________
THSBA Regional Tournament at Lake Sam Rayburn April 15, 2017
5 Teams qualify for State THSBA Championship!
Congratulations to Carter Bajoit/Hugh Cosculluela for their 4th place finish at Lake Sam Rayburn on April 15, 2017
Hugh and Carter brought 18.32 lbs to the scales to win $2,000 in scholarships!
We have 5 teams qualified for State:
4th Place: Carter Bajoit/Hugh Cosculluela 18.32 lbs 44th Place: Anthony Pondant/Brandon Wheeler 12.59 lbs 59th Place: Evan Carlson/Ross Dixon 11.60 lbs 69th Place: Colin Cargol/Isaac Smith 11.07 lbs 91st Place: Sharon Geer/Ian Woodland 9.98 lbs
(7 of these 10 anglers are FRESHMEN!)
As a school, we came in 6th out of 50!!! 1st: Montgomery 2nd: Cy Woods 3rd: Arp 4th: Franklin County 5th: Lindale 6th: TWHS
For individual team results, click HERE For school results, click HERE
March 4, 2017 at Lake Houston
Another tough day, had too many this year! We had 11 teams competing in a field of 111 from 25 area schools. Again, not many limits were caught. Montgomery HS took first place as a school, but we took 2nd! As a school we finished 2nd for the season out of 27 schools! Congratulations to:
8th place: Bryce Meave/Tristan Taylor 5 fish/10.14 lbs 17th place: Brian Heimbach/Mitch Stephenson 3 fish/6.50 lbs 19th place: Carson Becker/Grant Mountain 2 fish/5.87 lbs 31st place: Colin Cargol/Isaac Smith 1 fish/3.77 lbs
Another tough day on Lake Conroe. We had 12 teams competing in a field of 125 from 25 area schools. 70 boats did not land a fish. Only 3 teams actually caught 5. Montgomery took the first place school, and we finished 4th (not all bad). Congratulations to: Evan Carlson/Ross Dixon for 18th place (2 fish/6.87 lbs) Carson Becker/Grant Mountain for 24th place (1 fish/5.70 lbs) Michael Allen/Kyle Phillips for 32nd place ( 1 fish/3.49 lbs) Carter Bajoit/Hugh Cosculluela for 33rd place (1 fish/3.41 lbs) Maverick Noack (solo) for 34th place ( 1 fish/ 3.34 lbs)
Individual Team Results HERE AOY and School results HERE (click on tabs at bottom of doc)
December 10, 2016 at Lake Conroe
What was one of the toughest days for our school ended up being one of our most successful. 140 teams from 27 schools participated in the third leg of the THSBA Houston conference tournament and only 41 teams weighed in fish. Of our own 13 teams, only 5 netted a keeper. However, 3 of those teams finished in the top 10 which earned our school 1st place in the tournament. This is a huge victory for our team as we are competing against Mongtomery High school that had 26 teams in this tournament and often dominates on Lake Conroe. Congratulations to Bryce Meave/Triston Taylor for 4th place (9.42 lbs), Colin Cargol/Isaac Smith for 5th place (9.27 lbs) and Carter Bajoit/Hugh Cosculluela for 7th place (7.21 lbs). In addition, Isaac Smith took home the Big Bass award with a 5.65 lb hawg!
Individual Team Results School Results AOY/TOY Standings (click on Houston Division in tabs)
October 29, 2016 at Lake Somerville
Congratulations to Colin Cargol/Isaac Smith for their 19th place finish with 5 fish/15.84 lbs! As a school, we finished 7th out of 27 schools and we are currently in 9th place in our conference. There were 134 boats from 27 schools at Lake Somerville and over 1,000 lbs of fish were weighed in! WOW! We had 12 teams competing in this tournament.