Wildcats News · 2019 Bass Fishing Team Banquet

The BCHS Bass Fishing Team celebrated another successful Fishing Season on Friday, June 14 at the Spillway on Cave Run with a Banquet honoring the Anglers

Many Fishing stories and laughs were shared, but the highlight of the night was the much anticipated awarding of the “Angler of the Year” Title.

It was a very close race, but for the 2018-19 season, that crown went to Griffin Fraley for catching the most fish during organized tournaments.

Griffin Fraley BCHS “Angler of the Year” 

Other awards are as follows:

Big Fish for Fall Season:  Mason Emmons, receiving a rod and plaque

Big Fish for Spring Season:  Jacob Conyers, receiving a rod and plaque

Most Improved Anglers:  Corey Norris and Preston Curtis, each receiving a rod and reel

4.0 Scholastic Awards:  Spencer Pergrem and Maycee Lyons received a fishing rod for 4.0 status while others who received certificates are as follows:  Griffin Fraley, Mason Emmons, Mason Lyons, Jacob Conyers, and Clark Vice 

Seniors:  Three seniors were recognized and each received a reel:  Mason Emmons, Jacob Conyers, and Spencer Pergrem

2018-19 Team left to right:  Mason Emmons, Charley Hay, Gabe Crabtree, Preston Curtis, Jacob Conyers, Mason Lyons, Griffin Fraley, Maycee Lyons, Coach Carpenter, Corey Norris, Spencer Pergrem, Ethan Ferrell, Dylan Ferrell.  Not pictured:  Carson Vice

While the school year is over, there is still a bit of fishing to do as several qualified for major tournaments during the season.

Jacob Conyers and Spencer Pergrem qualified to fish FLW Nationals on Pickwick in Alabama in June

Maycee Lyons and Griffin Fraley qualified to fish the Bassmaster High School Championship on Kentucky Lake in August.

We are so very proud of each and every Angler!  We wish to take this opportunity to thank all of the coaches, sponsors, boat captains, and parents who help keep the opportunities coming for all of our Anglers!

Thank you so very much for another wonderful season.

Brent and Sherri Pergrem