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2010 Disability & Scholarship Fund Raiser Crappie Tournament Results

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By Shannon - Posted on 17 May 2010

2010 Disability & Scholarship Fund Raiser Crappie Tournament Teams

Congratulations to the teams who fished the tournament at Columbus this past weekend! We have listed the results below.

Lake:Columbus, MS

Rank Name Weight Big Fish
1 Steve Perritt  
Joe Wilson 
8.04   1.39  
2 Josh Hartley  
Kelley Norris 
7.87   1.65 (Big Fish)  
3 Jessie Wright  
Nonna Wright 
6.57   1.21  
4 Tracy & Trent Humber  
Anthony Reasons 
6.40  1.59  
5 Michael Galvez  
Steve Galvez 
5.87  ---  
6 Mike Gladden  
Gail Gladden  
5.75  --- 
7 Greg Jones  
Roosevelt Bridges 
5.70  1.08 
8 Fredrick Brown  
Aric Brown 
5.59  1.09 
9 CD Walker  
George Boykin 
5.16  1.50 
10 Charlie Kent  
Shannon Lolley 
5.07  --- 
- Tyler Kilgore  
Thomas Honnoll 
---  --- 
- David Watkins  
Jimmy Ledsworth 
---  --- 
- Mark Pridmore  
Brad Pridmore 
---  --- 
- Steve Morgan  
Brad Butler 
---  --- 
- David Medders  
Lisa Medders 
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