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Coal City tops LaSalle bass fishing sectional

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Brett Eggemeyer and Adam Banks weighed a five-fish limit of 14.19 pounds as Coal City Boat 1 won the three-time delayed LaSalle Lake sectional of the IHSA bass fishing tournament today.

The final sectional completed the field for the world's first statewide high school bass fishing tournament to be held at Carlyle Lake on May 8-9.

Bradley-Bourbonnais Boat 1 of Nate Bass (headline writers everywhere are dreaming) and Chris Foster also advanced with a five-fish limit of 11.96.

LaSalle showed its stuff as 10 of the 14 boats weighed fish, including seven teams with limits.

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If lasalle really showed its stuff the kids would have came in with much bigger fish, I was there Wednsday, fishing wasnt too bad ,but a 12 inch limit w/5bass shows that the big ones still were not biting to good, but the KIDS HAD A GREAT TIME AND THATS ALL THAT MATTERS.

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