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Comal ISD Bass Fishing team wins season’s first tournament

 


The Comal ISD Bass Fishing team brought home another first place Overall School Champion trophy at this season’s first tournament on Oct. 16 at Lake LBJ.

In its third year, the Bass Fishing team is continuing its winning streak in the Hill Country Division of the Texas High School Bass Association tournament circuit.

Among the 34 student anglers who participated in the first tournament, Mason McClellan and Ryder Cunningham from Smithson Valley High School finished in second place and received $1,000 college scholarships.

Braxton Alexander and Cade Dornburg also from SVHS finished in fourth place and received $190 gift cards.

 
The Comal ISD Bass Fishing Club is part of the district’s Intramural Sports program and is open to all high school students. They will compete in the following remaining tournaments:  
  • Nov. 20 at Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir in Belton;
  • Jan. 22, 2022, at Canyon Lake;
  • Feb. 12, 2022, at Lake Buchanan;
  • March 5, 2022, at Choke Canyon Reservoir in Calliham;
  • regional tournament April 9, 2022, at Lake Travis;
  • THSBA State Championship May 14-15, 2022, at Belton Lake.
Students interested in being a part of the Bass Fishing Club should complete an interest form.
 
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ComalISDBassFishingTeam.jpeg – The Comal ISD Bass Fishing team won the title, “Overall School Champion,” at the first bass fishing tournament of the school year on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Lake LBJ.
 
McClellan.Cunningham2nd.jpeg – The fishing duo of Mason McClellan and Ryder Cunningham took second place in the first bass fishing tournament of the school year on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Lake LBJ.
 
BassFishingAlexander.Dornburg4th.jpeg – The fishing duo of Braxton Alexander and Cade Dornburg took fourth place in the first bass fishing tournament of the school year on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Lake LBJ.