CPHS Fishing: Two Sand Springs teams in top-ten State standings after Texoma tournaments

116 boats descended on Lake Texoma this weekend for a pair of Oklahoma Bass Nation High School Trail events, including ten teams from Sand Springs.

Reese David and Mack Taylor had a career-best haul of five fish totaling 10.91 pounds for twelfth place on Saturday. On Sunday they led all Sandites with four fish weighing 7.22 pounds for eighteenth place. They improved to fourth place overall in the state standings with 340 points.

Kyle and Kale Hilligoss placed fiftieth on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.56 pounds and 38th on Sunday with two fish weighing 4.69 pounds. They dropped to eighth in the state with 300 points.

Braden Millican and Ty Steelman placed 51st on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.33 pounds and are 26th in the state with 219 points.

John Miller and Caden Pennington hauled in three fish on Saturday for 25th place with 6.38 pounds. They finished 39th on Sunday with two fish weighing 4.54 pounds and are 31st in the state with 202 points.

Noah Daczewitz and Hunter Hilger led the Sandites with a ninth place finish on Saturday, catching the five-fish limit for a total weight of 12.38 pounds, the second-largest catch of their careers. They are tied for 38th in the state with 173 points.

Jerrett Haley and Corbin Williams had the second-best haul of their career on Sunday, catching three fish weighing 6.73 pounds for 22nd place. They placed 46th on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.91 pounds. The duo just cracked the top fifty in the state with 166 points to tie for 47th.

Austin Smith and Joe Nelson had a career-best performance on Sunday with three fish weighing 5.82 pounds for thirtieth place. They caught a 2.86 bass for 55th on Saturday.

Carl McCalaflin and Hunter Johnson caught a 1.44 bass for 68th on Saturday. On Sunday they finished 45th with a career-best catch of two fish weighing 2.87 pounds.

Colin Brady and Hayden King caught a 1.59 pound bass on Sunday for 57th place.

Seth Kearns and Cole Scott caught a 1.38 pound bass for sixtieth place on Sunday.

The final high school trail event will be held June 3rd at Fort Gibson Lake. The final standings will be based on the top four performances of the year for each team. The top teams in the state will qualify for the National Tournament on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee this August.