2018 EMS Week Bass Tournament Results

Monday, May 21, 2018

Here are the results of the 2018 EMS Week Bass Tournament results:

Big Fish Winner: 7.06 pd bass: Anthony Nash, Warren County EMS
1st Place: 24.21 pds. Anthony Nash & Matt Stanley, Warren County EMS & Erlanger Lifeforce
2nd Place: 18.24 pds. Jonathan & Brent Lassetter, Rossville Police
3rd Place: 17.

76 pds. Ben Bradley & Nick Pratt, Chattanooga Fire & Chattanooga Police
4th Place: 17.53 pds. Ken Bingham & Ken Bingham, Jr. CHI Memorial
5th Place: 17.29 pds. James & Christopher Burkhart. East Ridge FD
6th Place: 16.66 pds. Haden Lamb & Jim Barnick, Hollywood Police (Florida)
7th Place: 16.10 pds. Cody Benton & Harris Housley, Calhoun FD and Police
8th Place: 15.65 pds. Chris Peters & Dusty Morgan, East Ridge FD
9th Place: 13.35 pds. Jeff Gibson & Jamie Vetter. Hamilton Co. Sheriff's Office
10th Place: 13.17 pds. Jamie Willis & Chris Coffee, Chattanooga Police
11th Place: 12.56 pds. David Christopher & Ray Long, Redmond EMS
12th Place: 11.89 pds. Jake Atkin & Michael Geiger, Cartersville Medical Center
13th Place: 11.89 pds. Ken & Chad Hartman, Walker Co. Fire
14th Place: 11.66 pds. David Foster & Jim Fox, GA Region EMS & Erlanger Lifeforce
15th Place: 11.55 pds. Harry Bundy and Kevin Lewis, Puckett EMS
16th Place: 11.39 pds. Tyler Ezell & Doug Rosser, East Ridge FD
17th Place: 10.95 pds. Jake Weddington & Joey Steele, Mowbray VFD
18th Place: 10.72 pds. Dan Broom & Steve Scott, HCEMS
19th Place: 10.96 pds. Nick & Jeff Holt, Puckett EMS
20th Place: 10.36 pds. Chad & Amber Regal, Walker County FD



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