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Published: 5/4/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Maumee takes home trophy over Perrysburg in Second Annual Fishing Tournament

The Second Annual Fishing Tournament between Maumee and Perrysburg schools happened today on the banks of the Maumee River. Twenty participants, broken up into teams of two, spent several hours fishing the Maumee River. Though participants from Perrysburg outnumbered the Maumee contingent, Maumee ultimately took home the trophy by a team that brought in 60.5 inches of fish.

Participants relax in the grass as fish are laid out for measurement. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Participants relax in the grass as fish are laid out for measurement.
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Tyler Bennett, 15, center, and Cameron Bottles, 14, both of Maumee, right, fish together in the Maumee River. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tyler Bennett, 15, center, and Cameron Bottles, 14, both of Maumee, right, fish together in the Maumee River.
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Sara Dick, 17, center, and her father Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, set out their fish for measurement at the end of the tournament. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sara Dick, 17, center, and her father Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, set out their fish for ...
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Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, keeps two fingers hooked into two of his catch. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, keeps two fingers hooked into two of his catch.
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Nate Patterson, 17, of Perrysburg, center, calls out the measurement on his fish. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Nate Patterson, 17, of Perrysburg, center, calls out the measurement on his fish.
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Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, and his daughter Sara, 17, unhook their fish for measurement. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, and his daughter Sara, 17, unhook their fish for measurement.
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Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., left, and Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, right, make their way back to the pavilion to measure their caught fish. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., left, and Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, right, make their way back to ...
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Tyler Bennett, 15, left, and Cameron Bottles, 14, both of Maumee, fish together. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tyler Bennett, 15, left, and Cameron Bottles, 14, both of Maumee, fish together.
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Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, left, and Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., right, talk as the pair fish together. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, left, and Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., right, talk as the pair fish together.
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Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, left, and Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., right, joke as they make their way into the river to fish together. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zach Birt, 12, of Maumee, left, and Andrew Caster, 13, of Ottawa Lake, Mich., right, joke as they make their ...
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Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, left, accepts the tournament trophy from Perrysburg superintendent Thomas Hosler at the end of the Second Annual Fishing Tournament between Maumee and Perrysburg schools. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Matt Dick, assistant principal of Maumee High School, left, accepts the tournament trophy from Perrysburg superintendent Thomas Hosler at the ...
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