Bullard High School anglers win state bass fishing championship
BULLARD Texas (KLTV) -The Bullard High School bass fishing team has caught a big one, reeling in a state championship.
Winning state is the goal of most high school athlete. Whether it’s on the field, the court, the diamond or the lake. Brock Davis and Bryce Nelson are no different.
“There’s always that feeling, there’s always that drive that you want to. You have the mindset that you’re going to do that,” says Brock Davis, Bullard High School Junior.
“I had it in the back of my head the entire time. You know you go in there wanting to win, telling yourself you’re going to win, and we did just that,” adds Bryce Nelson, Bullard High School Junior.”
Their teamwork is key to their success.
“We had several tournaments in the beginning of the year and then and then we qualified for regionals and then after regionals we qualified for state,” explains Davis.
A field of 282 teams battled it out on Cedar Creek Lake this past weekend in the Texas High School Bass Association tournament. Davis and Nelson posted a two-day total of 29.28 pounds to score the come-from-behind victory.
“It was awesome, it was something to remember. It was unbelievable really. As soon as we walked up there and saw the weight, we both just freaked out,” says Nelson….Full Story and Video