Category Archive: Regionals

Phoenix High School Wins Western Conference Regional

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Taj White and Nathan Cummings from the Phoenix High School Bass club brought a five bass of limit of Lake Havasu bass to the scales that tipped in at 18.1l pounds to win the Western Conference Regional Championship and claim their place in the TBF/FLW High School National Championship. The pair held off a fierce …

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Barbe High School Wins Southern Conference Regional Championship

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Nick Nocilla and Colby Robinson from Barbe High School caught a limit of bass by 9:30am flipping docks and structure, and then hoped it would hold up over the 40 boat field. Their 10 pound 4 ounce bag would be enough to top the field to win the Southern Conference Regional Championship on Cypress Lake …

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LAWLISS AND MARVIN WIN NORTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

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October 12, 2016 Alex Lawliss and Perry Marvin brought in a five bass limit weighing 17.55 pounds to win the TBF/FLW Northern Conference Regional Championship on Lake Champlain in Ticonderoga, N.Y.  The pair earned the championship titles, trophies and a slot in the TBF/FLW High School National Championship to be held next Spring. Lawless and …

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STECK AND LORENZE FROM WAUNAKEE HIGH REPEAT AS CENTRAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

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Colin Steck and Nate Lorenze landed the tournament big fish, a 5 pound 4 ounce beauty 10 minutes into Saturday morning’s Central Conference Regional on the Ohio River.  Catching that fish set the stage for what they both hoped could be a repeat win from last year’s championship at Lake Carlisle in Illinois. “Catching that …

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FLORIDA’S HARMONY HIGH SCHOOL WINS SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE REGIONAL

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Fifty-seven teams from eight states that make up the TBF/FLW Southeast Conference Regional qualified for the event in Burnside Island State park in Somerset, Ky., where 100 miles of lake and 1,400 miles of scenic shoreline awaited. Traveling all the way from central Florida, Cole Thompson and Nick Cora, made one of the longest trips …

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