Click here to continue 1 / 15 Terry Scroggins has been chasing Alton Jones all season for the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year lead. 2 / 15 Jones has led the points standings since the second event, but was coming into a difficult fishery in Lake Murray. 3 / 15 To make up ground on Jones, Scroggins needed to fare well and have Jones falter in the Evan Williams Bourbon Carolina Clash. 4 / 15 And stumble Jones did. Finishing 88th place dropped him into a second-place tie with 1,471 points. 5 / 15 Scroggins made the cut to fish the top 50 Saturday, although another angler actually had a short-lived lead in the AOY race. 6 / 15 Steve Kennedy actually stood on top of the world as he led the unofficial AOY standings after finishing Day One in fifth place. 7 / 15 Kennedy fell quickly off the mountain as he finished 60th after Day Two, missing the cut and settling into fifth place in the AOY heirarchy. 8 / 15 Kevin VanDam kept his hand in the race for a fourth consecutive AOY title, but if not for a poor Day Two he might have held the lead. 9 / 15 KVD caught only 8-9 on Friday, getting just inside the 50 cut. Taking 29th on Lake Murray does keep him in range for another title. 10 / 15 Edwin Evers made child's play of Lake Murray, coming in with the big bag Saturday to leap into the Top 12 cut. 11 / 15 Evers could be the big AOY winner of the week. He was 200 points out of the lead but was eighth in the Clash to climb into fourth in the AOY and within striking range. 12 / 15 Davy Hite made a serious run at his second Elite victory, and taking second catapulted him into the sixth AOY spot and into contention. 13 / 15 Ott DeFoe continues to have a stellar rookie season, leading that race by 156 points, but he's seventh in the AOY only 114 points out of the lead. 14 / 15 Fred Roumbanis might be goofing around with his frog, but he's seriously in the AOY hunt at eighth, the last automatic berth for Toyota Trucks All-Star week. 15 / 15 So with two events left, Scroggins holds the lead in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings, a slim 19 points ahead of Jones and VanDam.