Day 2 smallie

Cody Huff with a 3-pound smallmouth.

1 p.m. update

There are 8 anglers battling to make it to the semi-finals of Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Classic Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops. As of 1 pm ET this is how the matchups stack up.

1) Cole Floyd (Bethel): 5 fish for 8-2
8) Trey Schroeder (McKendree): 5 fish for 7-12

2) Carter McNeil (Bethel): 3 fish for 8-12
7) Tyler Christy (McKendree): 2 fish for 5-1

3) Cole Sands (Bryan): 5 fish for 11-5
6) Cody Huff (Bethel): 5 fish for 12-2

4) Conner Dimauro (Bryan): 5 fish for 9-15
5) Garrett Enders (Bethel): 2 fish for 2-8

In this batch of updates, National Championship winning teammates Cole Floyd and Carter McNeil both made upgrades. Floyd caught a 1-6 which culled a 1-0 and moved him to 6-13, only 15 ounces behind Trey Schroeder of McKendree. Floyd struck again with a 2-6 and upped his total to 8-2 giving him a 6 ounce advantage.

Meanwhile, McNeil landed a 5-6 largemouth for his third keeper and it pushed him ahead of Tyler Christy by 3-11. Their matchup is now 8-12 to 5-1 with McNeil having 3 fish and Christy with just 2.

A flurry for Huff

Cody Huff just went on a flurry. In the last five minutes he has caught a 2-7 and. 3-10. That takes his total to 12-02. 

Final 30 minutes of fishing

There are eight  anglers battling in four matchups to advance to the semi-finals of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Classic Bracket. With 30 minutes left in fishing, here is how each matchup stacks up:
1) Cole Floyd (Bethel): 5 fish for 8-2
8) Trey Schroeder (McKendree): 5 fish for 8-9
2) Carter McNeil (Bethel): 4 fish for 9-11
7) Tyler Christy (McKendree): 2 fish for 5-1
3) Cole Sands (Bryan): 5 fish for 11-6
6) Cody Huff (Bethel): 5 fish for 12-2
4) Conner Dimauro (Bryan): 5 fish for 10-8
5) Garrett Enders (Bethel): 4 fish for 6-4
Garrett Enders added a 4th keeper and is 3-11 behind Dimauro In their matchup. Trey Schroeder culled up to 8-9 to retake the lead in his matchup. Cole Sands landed a 1-13 but only improved by 1 ounce.

Schroder's limit fish

Trey Schroder with his limit fish, a 2.4-pounder caught at 11:22 a.m.

Update by Jake Davis

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