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Charlevoix County News - Section B - October 03, 2013

Charlevoix County News - Section B - October 03, 2013

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Big plays, fawlessexecution key to victory
by Crs Fl
boyn Cty 27,T.C. St. Frncs 14
BOYNE CITY — It didn’ttake long for Boyne City toset the tone as their de-fense stepped up early andtheir offense capitalized, inearning a 27-14 non-confer-ence victory over TraverseCity St. Francis at EarlBrotherston Field on Sep-tember 27.The Rambler defense wasoutsized on the line, butthey did not let that effecttheir game plan as the line-men and linebackersstepped up to the challengeand did what needed bedone to keep the Gladiatoroffense in check for a ma- jority of the football con-test.“Us being at a size disad-vantage is nothing new tous,” Rambler coach DavidHills said. “Our kids aren’tintimidated by it at all, weplay to our strengths andplay hard.”On the first Gladiatordrive, as TCSF moved theball into Rambler territory,but Boyne’s defense heldits own, and on a fourthdown pass attempt, Ram-bler defensive back JordanWilmot intercepted aParker Guss pass.On the ensuing Boynedrive, quarterback CoreyRedman hooked up withwide-out Maceo Vromanfor a big Rambler gain andMalik Smith followed thatup with a big run forBoyne, but St. Franciswould hold the Ramblers,forcing a punt.The Bradley Fouchiapunt would be deep intoGladiator territory and fol-lowing a St. Francis bobble,the Ramblers would re-cover at the 26 yard line.Boyne would move deepinto the red zone and onfirst and goal from the 5-yard line, Smith wouldpunch it in for a Ramblertouchdown with 1:22 left inthe opening quarter, DaltonGardner would split the up-rights for the point after,giving B a 7-0 lead.The Gladiators wouldbounce back rather quicklyas running back JoeTrucco took off on a 60yard dash to the end zone,knotting the score at 7-7 astime expired in the quarter.Following a Ramblerpunt on their first series of the second quarter, Smithwould key the Rambler de-fense as he would makemultiple tackles and force aTCSF fumble that fellowRambler Zach Wandriewould recover on the 38-yard line.The Rambler offensewould go back to work asRedman would find tightend Cole Butler for a 22-yard pass, Smith wouldthen take Boyne to the 1-yard line, making it firstand goal with just undernine minutes to play in thehalf. On the next playSmith would take a handoff and bust through a big holeon the left side of the linefor his second score of thegame; tack on a Gardnerextra point for a 14-7 Ram-bler lead.“I thought the kidsplayed well,” Hills said.“We took advantage of their miscues, capitalizedon them and kept the pres-sure on.”The next couple of serieswould see each team fail toconvert on 4th down at-tempts.TCSF would take theirfinal possession of the half and drive to the Rambler 12only to miss a 22-yard fieldgoal with 2:27 left.Boyne would capitalizeon the Gladiator miss, fol-lowing a Rambler loss of yards in the backfield, theywent to the air as Redmanfound a streaking Fouchiadown the left sideline andit was off to the races for a90-yard touchdown, givingBC a 20-7 lead with 1:15 re-maining in the secondquarter.Following intermission,St. Francis would mount adrive to the Rambler 21; onfourth down, the Gladswent to the air, and withouta Rambler defender within15 yards, the ball slippedthrough the hands of awide open TCSF receiver inthe end zone, thus turningthe ball over on downs.The two teams wouldhold each other the rest of the quarter, but to beginthe fourth quarter, theGlads were threatening toscore and on 4th and goalfrom the seven yard line,the Glads looked to scoreon a pass attempt in thesouth end zone, only tohave the catch ruled out of bounds, giving the ballback to Boyne.BC would then pick upenough room to get out of the shadow of the goal-posts and punt the ball tothe TC 25 yard line with just under nine minutes inthe contest.A few plays later, ColeButler would record an-other Rambler interceptionat the 49 yard line, to giveBoyne decent field posi-tion. The Ramblers wouldmanage to move the ball tothe 29 yard line only to endup turning the ball over ondowns.The two teams would ex-change possession a fewmore times before Wilmotwould pick off his secondpass of the game with 3:05remaining and return it tothe TC 36-yard line.A Smith 6-yard runwould set up his thirdtouchdown of the day as hetook the next handoff,shook off a few would-betacklers along the rightside and scampered 30-yards to pay-dirt for a 27-7lead with 2:46 remaining,following Gardner’s suc-cessful extra point kick.St. Francis wouldn’t goaway as they used an 80-yard pitch to Trucco on anoption play with just overtwo minutes to go, thatwould pull Traverse towithin 27-14.The Glads would then at-tempt an onside kick andrecover the ball insideRambler territory.Boyne would then sealthe deal and all St. Francishopes of a comeback asVroman would intercept aGuss’s pass with 1:13 left inthe game. The Ramblerswould then run out theclock.“Our execution was asgood as it has been allyear,” Hills noted. “It was apretty good football game.”The Ramblers, winnersof four straight, improve to4-1 overall, 2-0 in the LakeMichigan Conference.Smith would lead the of-fense with 226 yards on theground on 24 carries, whileRedman finished 9-of-17passing for 170 yards and atouchdown.Fouchia recorded twocatches for 82 yards and ascore, while Vromancaught three passes for 25yards.On the defensive side of the ball, Will Calo led theRamblers with 10 stops, in-cluding one and a half sacks. Wilmot finishedwith seven tackles to gowith his two picks andSmith had six tackles.All-in-all, the Ramblerdefense forced fiveturnovers in the contest,while not committing anyof their own as they playedcontrolled-disciplined ball.Boyne plays host to EastJordan (3-2, 2-1) in an al-ways competitive LakeMichigan Conference ri-valry game on October 4.The contest will also markthe Ramblers homecoming.
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 The
Cellular Connection
, Local Verizon Headquarters in Charlevoix, Petoskey and Bellaire, Congratulates the Athletes of the Week 
 
athletes of the week 
JOSH WOJAN
EAST JORDAN
The junior earned All-TournamentTeam honors at the Charlevoix Vol-leyball Tournament, finishing with76 kills, 28 digs and seven acesand was an astounding 56-of-57serving, leading the Lady Raydersto a third place finish.
KAYLA KEANE
EAST JORDAN
The senior raced north, south, eastand west against Harbor Springs,scoring four touchdowns, as he tal-lied 146 yards rushing on seven car-ries hauled in three passes for 83yards, in leading Boyne to their thirdstraight win.
LAKE MICHIGANCONFERENCE FOOTBALL
TeamConf.Overall
Boyne City2-04-1Elk Rapids2-04-1Grayling2-04-1East Jordan1-23-2Kalkaska3-14-1Charlevoix0-31-4Harbor Springs0-32-3
Results from 9-27
Boyne City 27, TC St. Francis 14Kalkaska 41, Charlevoix 33Elk Rapids 42, East Jordan 6Grayling 42, Harbor Springs 7
Upcoming games
October 4, 2013East Jordan @ Boyne City7pmCharlevoix @ TCSF 7pmElk Rapids @ Grayling 7 pmKalkaska @ Harbor Springs 7pm
SPORTS@CHARLEVOIXCOUNTYNEWS.COM
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Ramblers offensive/defensive combination stifles Glads
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Sports
Page 2B Charlevoix County News October 3, 2013
 Andy SneddonJoinS County newS StAff
continued from 1A
by Crs Fl
el Rps 42,est Jrn 6
ELK RAPIDS — The Red Devilshave run into a couple of pretty de-cent football teams the last fewweeks.This past week East Jordan hadthe luxury of traveling to ElkRapids to face the Elks and their all-around playmaker, quarterbackAdam Trautman. Trautman livedup to his billing as he helped leadthe Elks to a 42-6 Lake MichiganConference victory over the RedDevils on September 27.Trautman finished the game withthree touchdowns (two rushing, an-other passing), tossing 127 yardsthrough the air on 4-of-6 passingand rushed for another 55 on theground.“Tough game, we should havebeen even at the break but madesome mistakesthat cost us touchdowns,” East Jor-dan coach Allan Peterson said.“The kids battled hard against oneof the top teams in our league. Ithink the program is heading in theright direction, and we can’t getdown when we lose to a great pro-gram like Elk Rapids. We will keepgetting better day by day.”The Red Devils would spot theElks 14 first quarter points, butmounted a second quarter come-back that saw quarterback DustinHejka hook up with Jordan Peter-son for a 5-yard touchdown with7:50 left in the half.The Elks responded near the endof the half as Trautman connectedwith Logan Senteri with about aminute to go, pushing the lead backup to 21-6 headed into the half.“We had some sickness all weekand our leading tackler was not atthe game because his dad had somemedical problems,” Peterson noted.“The kids stepped up and played outof position on defense but didpretty well. (Ben) Walton, (Bran-don) Cardwell and (Devin) Wojanheld the middle strong, but therespeed outside killed us. Their QB isvery good and can run and passwell.”The Red Devils slipped to 3-2 over-all, 1-2 LMC with the loss, while ElkRapids improved to 4-1, 2-0.Elk Rapids added two morescores in the third quarter to pullahead 35-6, headed into the finaltwelve minutes of play where theyadded another score.“Offensively we moved the ballbut made some mistakes as far asfumbles and some missed assign-ments in the first half,” the EJcoach said. “We should have scoredtwice more in the first half. Thattakes the wind out of your sailswhen your right there and don’tscore. We will learn from this andget better and that’s all we want ouryoung men to do, get better.”The Red Devils mounted 206yards of total offense as Tim Schutcarried 16 times for 56 yards; Hejkaadded 42 yards on 13 attempts; NoahBacchus rushed 14 times for 38yards; and Ben Walton carriedseven times for 25 yards.Hejka finished 4-of-7 through theair for 45 yards, completing onepass each to Wyatt Crick, BaileySargent, Bacchus and Peterson.Hejka also led the defense withseven tackles and an interception,while Schut and Wojan made sixstops apiece. Walton had five tack-les, and Herschell Sutton and Schuteach recorded a sack.
JV RESULTS
EAST JORDAN — The East Jor-dan JV football team improved to 4-1 on the season with a victory overElk Rapids on September 26.The Red Devils piled up 339 yardsof total offense as Skyler Schuler,Donny Cutler and Hector Paz. Cut-ler and Paz each scored for EJ.Trey Peterson finished 2-of-4passing with a touchdown pass toCutler.The defense was led by Bob Sher-man, Robert Goodrich, Dru Kerr-Hoffman, as the Red Devils held ElkRapids to 183 yards of offense. EastJordan also forced four turnoversas Peterson, Schuler, Cartwright,and Hecquet all recoverd fumbles.EJ coach Greg Kitson also cred-ited Gus Hecquet with a stronggame.
Elk Rapids rolls past Red Devils 42-6
by Crs Fl
CHARLEVOIX — TheRayders used a lot of of-fensive power as theyshutout Kalkaska in run-away fashion, 8-0 in a LakeMichigan Conference soc-cer match on Sept 27.“We had three playersscore their first careergoal,” Rayder coach JonBoss said.Scoring for Charlevoixwas Tanner Drost, on apenalty kick, then VladyBarneveld scoried his firstgoal on an assist fromNicki Bradly.JJ Wachler added to thetotal on an assist fromChris Gregory and thenscored again following acorner kick.Cameron Clark scoredshortly after with the as-sist going again toBradley. Ryan Joy joinedthe scoring action, scoringhis first career goal as-sisted by Barneveld.Bradley added a goal, as-sisted by Wachler, andthen Wachler finished off the scoring with his thirdgoal and his first careerhat trick, assisted by WesCrandal.
SOCCER
Rayders rollpast Blazers
by Crs Fl
Rambler boys raceto victory
BOYNE FALLS — The BoyneCity boys cross country captureda first place victory at the BoyneFalls Invitational on Sept 28, scor-ing a team best 59 points.The Rambler boys were chasedby Inland Lakes with 92 points;East Jordan finished third, 111;followed by Boyne Falls, 128; On-away, 145; Gaylord St. Mary, 147;Pellston. 187; Ellsworth, 210;North Trails, 243; and Wolverine,283.Joburg took first place in thegirls race with 104 points, whileGaylord St. Mary was secondwith 108; Boyne City third, 132.Boyne Falls was fourth with 160points; followed by Mancelona,163; Mackinaw City, 182; and In-land Lakes, 220.A pair of Red Devils took firstplace honors in each race as JoshWojan won the boys race in 16:39and Kayla Keane took first in thegirl’s race in 19:33.Top 20 finishers in each raceearned medals, while trophieswere awarded to the top twoteams.For the Rambler boys, fresh-man Ethan Book was a team-bestfifth in 18:02; while Derek Williswas ninth, 18:45; followed by Gar-rett Fogo, 10th, 18:49; and KyleSitkins, 14th, 19:02.Also for the Rambler boys,Trevor Day was 21st; DominicSantina was 24th and LoganOrban was 31st.“Derek Willis, Kyle Sitkins andDominic Santina ran very well,”Rambler coach Andy Place said.“The boys running season bestswere Jacob Cribb, Ethan Habasco,Riley Meier, Logan Orban, San-tina, Sitkins, Parker Stolt andWillis.”Also for the East Jordan boys,Donvee Burks finished 16th in19:15; Willie Kibler was 23rd;Teddy Nachazel, 26th; Jacob Nac-hazel, 45th; Guillermo Yanez,79th; and Barry Mumich, 81st.For the Logger boys, Kory Skopwas sixth in 18:05, AndrewStevens was 19th, 19:33; followedby Kyle Byrne, 29th; TrumanCrego, 34th; Josh Lange, 40th;Kevin Lange, 54th; and Shea Ross,57th.Winter Romeyn led theEllsworth boys with a secondplace finish in 17:16.Also for the Lancer boys, NateVeldboom was 18th, 19:27, DavidMiller, 58th; Tyler Drenth, 65th;Jonas Apostel, 67th; ZacheryWynkoop, 70th; and Collin Ran-dall, 75th.For the Boyne City girls, LakenSouth was 15th in 23:24; VeronicaSosa was 16th in 23:26.Also for the Rambler girls,Katelyn Banner was 28th, fol-lowed by Sidney McLeod, 36th;Hailey Richards, 37th; AshleyLutterbach, 43rd; and Allie Wan-drie, 48th.“Laken South and VeronicaSosa finished within two secondsof each other and earnedmedals,” coach Place said. “Hai-ley Richards ran an awesome raceand finished side-by-side withSidney McLeod to round out ourscorers. Ashley Lutterbach ranher best race of the season andAllie Wandrie had a good race de-spite stopping to remove an anklebrace. Other girls running theirseason best times were LindseyDavis, Kiana Kuhs, Richards,Irene Seaver and Sosa.”Also for East Jordan BrittnieMoses was 22nd.The Boyne Falls girls were ledby Kurstin Wilson 17th place fin-ish in 23:18; Katelynn Wilson was21st; Alicia Gasco, 31st; HaileyMorgan, 44th; Madison Skop,47th; Kelsi Churchill, 63rd; andNatalie Aikens, 65th.For the Ellsworth girls, LarissaFisher was 10th in 23:00; TarynRozema was 14th in 23:21.Also for Ellsworth, Crissa Kar-avas was 60th and Katelyn Sowerswas 75th.
Rayders nishthird at CarsonCity Invitational
CARSON CITY — The Rayderboys’ cross country team raced toa third place finish at the CarsonCity Crystal Invitational on Sep-tember 28.Grandville Calvin Christianwon the boys meet with 95 points,while Hanover Horton was sec-ond, 100; followed by the Rayders,110. Hemlock was fourth with 130points. The race was representedby 18 teams.Leading the Rayders, was Tris-ten Rudolph with a team-bestninth in 17:02 seconds, whileJackson Buday was 16th, 17:20;Nick Plude, 27th, 17:26; LukeBuday, 29th, 17:54; Lucas VonLau,36th, 18:07; Noah Jeakle, 39th,18:13; and Micca Peebles, 52nd,18:32.In the girls race, Charlevoix fin-ished 10th overall with 241 points.Grandville Calvin Christian wonthe race with 104 points.Amber Way of Charlevoix wonthe girls race in 18:06.8; alsomedaling for the Rayders wasCaroline Boss in 15th in a time of 20:37.8.Also for Charlevoix KatieMousseau was 72nd in 23:24; AliSchwein, 74th, 23:29; IsabelleBuday, 82nd, 23:51; Cora Taylor,83rd, 23:52; and Allie Hodge, 84th,23:53.
CROSS COUNTRY
“The way communities innorthern Michigan em-brace their high schoolteams is something to becoveted,” he said. “It isn’tlike that in a lot of places,and we’re fortunate to livein an area where peoplecare about who the start-ing quarterback is, whomade the game-winningbasket, who was crownedthe homecoming queen.Those kinds of things areimportant to people inthese communities, andthey should be.“It’s been a pleasure andan honor for me to havebeen a part of those typesof things, in some smallway, for most of my adultlife,” he added. “And I feelprivileged to hopefullycontinue to be a part of that.”Sneddon resides in Alan-son with his wife and theirtwo children.Baragrey commented, “Iam excited to have Andy join our talented staff of people. We have gained agood reputation for sportscoverage and Andy will bean important part of im-proving our coverage inCharlevoix, Emmet andCheboygan counties. Andyis going to be a good fit forour publications. He is atalented writer, but moreimportantly to me is thatAndy is a great guy.”The Charlevoix CountyNews is a weekly newspa-per covering Boyne City,Boyne Falls, Charlevoix,East Jordan and Ellsworth.The Weekly Choice is afree newspaper covering 22school districts in north-ern Michigan. The papersare distributed to eachcommunity in the cover-age area every Thursday.
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ONLINE AT WWW.CHARLEVOIXCOUNTYNEWS.COM
Sports
By Chris Fiel
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KALKASKA — The offensesshowed up in full force Friday, Sep-tember 27 as the Blazers and Ray-ders met for a Lake MichiganConference match-up, which re-sulted in Kalkaska coming away a41-33 victor over Charlevoix.The Blazers capitalized on fourbig scoring plays of over 40 yards(Touchdowns on plays covering 44,49, 91 and 78 yards).“We gave up a lot of big playsagain,” Rayder coach Ron Bindisaid. “They scored on their firstplay from scrimmage and to ourcredit; we came right back andscored.”Too much to overcome for almostany team, yet the Rayders wouldn’tgo away as they would take a 20-19lead into the half after trailing 19-7.Charlevoix took the lead thanks tothe big play combo of quarterbackLuke Klinger and Nate Moon. Thepair hooked up for an 81-yard touch-down and another covering 16yards.Shane Sutherland would give theRayders their biggest lead of thegame (27-19), in the third quarter ashe crossed the goal line on a 21-yardrun.Kalkaska would answer early inthe fourth, knotting the game at 27-27 only to have Charlevoix respondwith a 33-yard, Klinger to AustinPutman touchdown for a 33-27 mar-gin.The Blazers responded with twostraight scoring drives of their ownfor the final score.Charlevoix fell to 1-4 overall, 0-3 inthe Lake Michigan Conference withthe loss despite controlling the ballfor more just about twenty-sevenminutes in the contest.“Shane had a real nice all-aroundgame for us and overall, our offen-sive line played real well,” Bindinoted. “The kids are understandingmore of what needs to be done.”Sam Hovie led the Rayder offensewith 99 yards rushing on 16 at-tempts. Sutherland gained 83 yardson 16 carries to go with his twoTD’s.Klinger finished 5-of-11 passingfor 191 yards and three touchdownsand also rushed for 51 yards.Moon hauled in 104 yards receiv-ing on three catches, Putman added78 yards and a TD on one catch andWill Telgenhof had one receptionfor a nine yard gain.Sutherland led the defense with 16tackles and Brian Noirot added aninterception.“We can’t give up big plays and ex-pect to win,’ Bindi added.
Rayders drop shootout with Blazers
by Crs Fl
Charlevoix
Rayders fall insemis
MORLEY — TheCharlevoix Raydervolleyball team bat-tled to a third placefinish at the MorleyStanwood Invitationalon September 28, fin-ishing the day with a3-1 record.The Rayders took firstplace in pool play,downing Lakeview 25-13, 25-16, 25-15 andthen bested Montague25-20, 25-14, 25-22.In the quarterfinalsCharlevoix beat CedarSprings 16-25, 25-22,15-13.In the semifinalsagainst Whitehall, theRayders would fall 25-12, 25-20.“This is excitingfor the team to playsome very competi-tive teams outside of the competitiveNorthern Michiganteams we may see,”Rayder coach AudraRandall said. “The an-ticipation and expec-tation is bigger andthat is exactly whatwe want to experi-ence, it created aproud third place fin-ish today.”“The outcome of athird place finish in atournament that wehad not played a sin-gle team, only knew of our past experience atthe final four in 2011but only two players,Madeline Boss andJennaca Holecheckhad played against,we are proud of ouraccomplishments as ateam.” “Of course, weknow the focus on ourgoals is beyond wherewe are at, we still hadfun today while westepped up to the nextlevel.”Holecheck finishedwith 25 kills, 20 digsand six aces to leadCharlevoix, whileBoss added 61 kills, 13digs, nine blocks andeight aces.Also for the Ray-ders, Gloria Greenewas a perfect 34-of-34serving with two acesand 24 assists; OliviaStorm added 44 as-sists and two aces.Kylie Scholten fin-ished with 12 kills,Alexis Tribfelneradded 17 digs and was29-of-31 serving.Coach Randall alsonoted that Yogi Hangwas played solid de-fense and had goodserve receive through-out the day and MadiCarey contributed inthe Charlevoix offen-sive game with strongsetting and hittingand Kelsey Pischnerand Hannah Zipp forsolid play at the net.
east Jordan
EAST JORDAN — The Lady Red Devilsbattled hard to take aLake Michigan Con-ference volleyballmatch from Graylingon September 26.East Jordan tookthe match, 24-26, 15-25,25-18, 25-23 and 15-12.“Grayling playedvery tough defen-sively but we wereable to come outahead in the end win-ning in five hardfought games,” RedDevil coach AnneCrick said.Kirsten Malpass ledEJ with 16 digs, ninekills, six blocks andfour aces, while PaigePoindexter finishedwith 10 kills and 13blocks.Tommie Outmanalso had 18 assists and10 digs for the RedDevilsEast Jordan im-proves to 6-4 on theseason with the vic-tory.
 VOLLEYbALL ROUNDUP
14 Year oldwins clubchampionship
Logn St,  14 yr ol frsn t est Jor-n hg Scool, won t cl cponsp tt mllr Golf Cl n est Jorn lst w.Logn sot  on ovr pr 73. Cls Cronc n scon plc wt  74 n anrw N-c plc tr sootng  76. St wll on t est Jorn hg Scool golf t n tsprng.
IRONTON LAUNCH, LAKECHARLEVOIX ––The Great NorthwestBASS Anglers held the final tourna-ment of the season on Lake CharlevoixSunday Sept 29th. As was typical formost of the tournament season thefishermen found the conditions tough.Over night a front had moved throughand the 7:30AM launch time found the4th largest inland lake in the staterather angry with waves rolling ataround 3 feet and starting to whitecap.The Classic event is different fromall of the other events the club has inthat each member is required to fur-nish their own boat to fish becauseeach member must fish alone. All of the other tournaments are teamevents, although each member has hisweight recorded individually for anglerof the year.8 boats took off in rough lake condi-tions only to find that the fishing was-nʼt any better. As is almost the casehowever, someone finds a way to breakthrough and catch fish. At the end of the fishing hours we had two anglersfind a way to catch their limit of bassand several others catch at least somefish.After all the fish were weighed, EdSchlosser came in with a very nice bagtotaling 17 lbs plus. Second place wentto Brian Weber with almost 14 lbs andthird place was awarded to JackCaverly with just over 7 lbs. Big Basswas also caught by Schlosser with a 4lb 14.5 oz brute.The angler of the year for 2013 wasawarded to Jerry Hepner. Jerry did agreat job this year of placing in all butthe championship and was ahead byenough to all but assure him of win-ning AoY before heading out on thelake. this is Jerry second time winningthe award in the past 3 years.The club would also like to thankGander Mountain for their supportthroughout the year and also like tothank them for the discount couponsand the Costa Del Mar Sunglasses thatEd won in the championship.If you think that tournament fishingmight be some fun or if you would liketo learn more about bass fishing giveeither Dan Miller a call at 231-350-0118or Jerry Hepner a call at 231-350-8500.
OFFICIAL RESULTS:
1st place Ed Schlosser5 fish 17lbs 2.5oz2nd place Brian Webber5 fish 14lbs 11.5oz3rd place Jack Caverly2 fish 7lbs 10.5ozBig Bass Ed Schlosser4lbs 14oz
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Great Northwest BASS Anglers holdfinal tournament of the Season

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