2021 High School Championship: Day 3 weigh-in

It is time to crown a new High School champion! The Top 12 teams from the 2021 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors are ready to weigh in.
Photo: Emily Hand - It is time to crown a new High School champion! The Top 12 teams from the 2021 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors are ready to weigh in.
Friends and family gathered from all over the U.S. to cheer on these high school anglers that made it to Championship Saturday.
Photo: Emily Hand - Friends and family gathered from all over the U.S. to cheer on these high school anglers that made it to Championship Saturday.
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Day 2 leaders Carter Doren and Ryan Lachniet say their thank you's before the other contenders weigh-in.
Photo: Emily Hand - Day 2 leaders Carter Doren and Ryan Lachniet say their thank you's before the other contenders weigh-in.
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Livingston Fishing Team, Kaden Mueck - Breckett Long (10th 30-6)
Photo: Emily Hand - Livingston Fishing Team, Kaden Mueck - Breckett Long (10th 30-6)
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Lee County High School, Flint Davis - Peyton Dunn (11th 29-2)
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Backwoods Bassin, John Nutt - Carter Nutt (3rd 37-9)
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Chelsea Anglers, Peyton Harris - Braxton Hopper (12th 27-9)
Photo: Emily Hand - Chelsea Anglers, Peyton Harris - Braxton Hopper (12th 27-9)
Lawrence County High School, Hunter Brewer - Kade Suratt (8th 31-6)
Photo: Emily Hand - Lawrence County High School, Hunter Brewer - Kade Suratt (8th 31-6)
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Sulphur High School, Hayes White - Tiger Manuel (2nd 39-5)
Photo: Emily Hand - Sulphur High School, Hayes White - Tiger Manuel (2nd 39-5)
Mulberry Bassmasters, Owen Gooding - Cricket Coates (6th 32-0)
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Bradley County Bass Anglers, Logan Withrow - Braden Crumley (5th 33-1)
Photo: Emily Hand - Bradley County Bass Anglers, Logan Withrow - Braden Crumley (5th 33-1)
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Sale Creek, Banks Shaw - Gage King (1st 45-6)
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Hanover County, Turner Hart - Nicholas Bradley (9th 31-3)
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Quincy High School Bassmasters, Brent Randall - Carson Falk (7th 31-13)
Photo: Emily Hand - Quincy High School Bassmasters, Brent Randall - Carson Falk (7th 31-13)
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Sin City Bass Club, Carter Doren - Ryan Lachniet (4th 34-13)
Photo: Emily Hand - Sin City Bass Club, Carter Doren - Ryan Lachniet (4th 34-13)
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Mossy Oak Fishing Marketing Director, Dusty Whitaker, was on hand to hand out the awards.
Photo: Emily Hand - Mossy Oak Fishing Marketing Director, Dusty Whitaker, was on hand to hand out the awards.
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<p>The Sale Creek team of Banks Shaw and Gage King brought in the biggest bag of the week and won the <a href=
Photo: Emily Hand - The Sale Creek team of Banks Shaw and Gage King brought in the biggest bag of the week and won the Hunter Owens Memorial Scholarship.
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Meigs County High School team of Connor Mason and Archer Reese are awarded a scholarship for having the biggest bass of the week with a Chickamauga Lake bass that weighed in at 8-11.
Photo: Emily Hand - Meigs County High School team of Connor Mason and Archer Reese are awarded a scholarship for having the biggest bass of the week with a Chickamauga Lake bass that weighed in at 8-11.