Media Bass Team Tournament Results From June 26




Evelio Moreno and Bob Gross won the 1st place in the team tournament held last June 26, 2021. They earned a total point of 179.05 and a total of 29.05 pounds.

Below are the top ten winners from the tournament.

Place

Angler 1

Angler 2

# of Bass

Pounds

Winnings

Points

1

Evelio Moreno Jr. (Billy)

Bob Gross

5

29.05

$1,600.00

179.05

2

Steve Brumley

Kevin Brumley

5

21.28

$900.00

170.28

3

Paul Lowke

Joey Johnson

5

18.84

$522.00

166.84

4

Travis May

Terry May

5

18.69

 

165.69

5

Otha Ray Smith II

Otha Ray Smith III

5

17.10

 

163.10

6

Keith Ford

Dustin Ford

5

15.67

 

160.67

7

Russ Carter *

Mike Cannon *

5

15.35

 

159.35

8

James Lewis

Paul Dovel

5

14.00

 

157.00

9

Clifton Hughes

Chris Berry

5

13.25

 

155.25

10

Eric Elder

David Hutton

5

12.73

 

153.73




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