CPHS Fishing: Mack Taylor and Reese David qualify for National Tournament

The 2017-2018 Oklahoma Bass Nation High School season came to a close Sunday afternoon at Fort Gibson Lake, and two Sand Springs teams placed top ten in the final trail event.

Mack Taylor and Reese David finished seventh on Sunday with five fish weighing 13.15 pounds for fourth place in the final State standings. 362 points punched their ticket to the National Tournament at Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee. The event will be held August 2-4.

Hayden King and Collin Brady came in runner-up with the best finish of their career, catching four fish weighing 14.7 pounds. They finished the season 46th in State standings with 188 points. 

Seth Kearns and Cole Scott placed 24th at the final event with two fish weighing 5.13 pounds. They finished the season with 243 points for 31st place.

Braden Millican and Ty Steelman ended their senior season in 21st place overall with 279 points after a 31st place finish on Sunday. They caught two fish weighing 3.92 points. 

Noah Daczewitz and Hunter Hilger placed 47th on Sunday with a 2.06 catch and 38th overall with 217 points.

Kyle and Kale Hilligoss finished the season sixteenth with 300 points. John Miller and Caden Pennington finished the year 44th with 202 points. Jerret Haley and Dalton Duvall finished the year 61st with 154 points. Austin Smith and Joe Nelson finished 71st with 137 points. Corbin Williams and Montana McCarty placed 114th with 44 points.

136 teams competed in the 2017-2018 season.