Seven Charles Page High School fishing teams competed the Oklahoma Bass Nation High School Trail event this past weekend. The teams fished back-to-back single day tournaments on Lake Eufala Saturday and Sunday.
Mack Taylor and Reese David had the most success among the Sandites, placing 13th on Saturday and 35th on Sunday. They caught six fish on day one, totaling 7.67 pounds and two fish on day two, weighing 4.58. They are 21st in the trail standings with 221 points.
Carl McClaflin and Montana McCarthy caught three fish on Saturday weighing 6.76 pounds for 17th place.
Austin Smith and Joe Nelson caught two fish totaling 5.51 pounds on Saturday for 20th place. They are tied for 44th in the standings.
Hayden King and Collin Brady caught a 5.29 bass on Saturday, the largest fish of the season for Sand Springs, to take 25th place. They are fifteenth in the trail standings with 243 points thanks to a top-ten finish in September.
Seth Kearns and Cole Scott caught two fish on Saturday for 4.57 pounds and 27th place, then caught a 2.07 pound bass on Sunday for 53rd place. The two are in 22nd place on the trail with 217 points.
John Miller and Caden Pennington caught a 2.04 bass for 49th place on Saturday and beat the King/Brady catch on Sunday with a 5.69 bass for 30th place.
Jerret Haley and Dalton DuVall caught a 1.47 pound bass on Saturday and a 2.38 pounder on Sunday for 54th and 49th, respectively.
The final trail event will be held April 27th on Lake Texoma, followed by the State Championship on the 28th. The top five teams in each event, plus the next 45 highest-scoring teams from the overall trail will qualify for the State Championship. Only the teams’ top four events will be scored and their worst event will be dropped.