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Wildcats catch ninth at state fishing finals

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GILBERTSVILLE -- Trigg County's duo of Robert Deason and Andrew Greene had the top finish among locals competing at the Kentucky State Bass Fishing Finals on Saturday at Kentucky Dam Marina.

Deason and Greene caught five fish weighing 15 pounds, 10 ounces for a two-day total of 10 fish at 30 pounds, 9 ounces. Taylor Harris and Braxton Beasley of Muhlenberg County won the tournament with a two-day total of 10 fish weighing 38-10. Harris also won the Biggest Bass award with a catch of 7 pounds, 7 ounces.

Two teams from Calloway County made the top 20. Allen Mullins and Colton Noel were 14th with a haul weighing 29-8. Zach Martin and Cole Emerson were 18th at 27-12.

Other area finishers:

21. Conor Washburn and Riley Harris, Marshall County, 26-6; 22. Tanner Martin and Gavin Grant, Marshall, 25-15; 23. Sara Moreland and Noah Heine, McCracken County, 25-14; 32. Ethan Carson and Austin Braboy, McCracken, 22-13; 36. Daniel Schroeder and Wesley Dunn, McCracken, 20-12; 37. Jacob Hudgin and Dylan Bell, Calloway County, 20-7.

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