Fishing club lists winners of tournament

Ian Halloran, first place in the pickerel category. (Photo submitted)

BROADALBIN — Results are in from the Broadalbin-Perth Fishing Club’s first tournament, and the winners in five categories will receive prizes including fishing poles, tackle boxes and lures.

Twenty-seven students participated in the tournament, which was held during a two-week period.

From May 13 through 29, fishing club members were invited to submit photos of fresh-caught fish via text or email showing the fish’s length. The electronic submissions had to meet all the criteria of the contest and were judged in five categories — perch, pickerel, walleye, smallmouth bass and largemouth mass.

First-, second- and third-place winners in each category received prizes.

The winners in the perch category were as follows:

Griffin Goodemote, first place in the smallmouth bass category. (Photo submitted)

∫ First place — Serena Bevington (13 1/4 inches).

∫ Second place — Griffin Goodmote (13 inches).

∫ Third place — Ian Halloran (12 1/4 inches).

The winners in the pickerel category were as follows:

∫ First place — Ian Halloran (26 1/4 inches).

Nick Scavia, first place in the largemouth bass category. (Photo submitted)

∫ Second place — Griffin Goodmote (26 inches).

∫ Third place — Jordan Quickenton (17 1/4 inches).

The winners in the walleye category were as follows:

∫ First place — Jordan Quickenton (18 1/4 inches).

∫ Second place — Serena Bevington (17 3/4 inches).

Serena Bevington, first place in the perch category. (Photo submitted)

∫ Third place — Mike Piska (16 1/4 inches).

Winners in the smallmouth bass category were as follows:

∫ First place — Griffin Goodemote (20 inches).

∫ Second place –Ian Halloran (18 3/4 inches).

∫ Third place — Nick Scavia (17 inches).

Jordan Quickenton, first place in the walleye category. (Photo submitted)

Winners in the largemouth bass category were as follows:

∫ First place — Nick Scavia (20 inches).

∫ Second place — Ian Halloran (18 inches).

∫ Third place — Stephen Spraker (16 1/2 inches).

The B-P Fishing Club is supported by First Choice Financial Federal Credit Union, Frank’s Gun and Tackle Shop, Cabela’s Outdoor Fund and Windsor Wholesale Bait. 

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