LINCOLNTON, Ga. — The Georgia High School Association held the third annual state bass fishing championships at Clark Hills Lake last weekend (May 20), and Central High School’s qualifying team of Colton Huber and Levi Irby placed eleventh to highlight local performances.
Huber and Irby were Central’s first GHSA state qualifiers in school history.
Per GHSA, a total of 63 schools and 106 boats made the finals from four qualifying tournaments held in January, February, March and April.
Huber and Irby reeled in their limit of five fish per angler, which weighed in at a combined eleven pounds two ounces.
Bryson Dover and Angel Cornejo of Lanier High School won the tournament with a total weigh-in of 20 pounds eight ounces.
Other Local Teams Participating
Colton Bates and Kaci Bates of Heard County High School qualified and participated…