BASS Nation Central

RIDGELAND, Miss. — Friday’s final top 10 from the three-day, eight-state B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional held on Ross Barnett Reservoir with anglers (Louisiana anglers in bold), their hometowns, number of bass weighed in parentheses (five-bass daily limit), total catch weight in pounds and ounces. Also the complete Louisiana team, overall team standings, state qualifiers for B.A.S.S. Nation nationals set for the Ouachita River (Monroe) in November and results of the High School Divisional tournament (two-day, one two-angler team from each state):

Top 10: 1, Jamie Laiche, Gonzales (15) 38 pounds, 1 ounce. 2, Billy Lemon, Sand Springs, Oklahoma (15) 36-14. 3, Preston Frazell, Cleveland, Oklahoma (15) 35-12. 4, Albert Collins, Nacogdoches, Texas (15) 33-10. 5, David Cavell, Prairieville (15) 33-8. 6, Ryan Lavigne, Gonzales (15) 32-12. 7, Doug Thompson, Mabelvale, Arkansas (14) 32-5. 8, John Soukup Jr., Agra, Oklahoma (15) 31-6. 9, Benjamin King, Garnett, Kansas (14) 30-15. 10, Donald Adcock, Richland, Mississippi (14) 30-3.

Louisiana Team: 1, Laiche (15) 38-1. 2, Cavell (15) 33-8. 3, Lavigne (15) 32-12. 4, Blake Betz, Baton Rouge (15) 26-7. 5, Doug Guins, Lake Charles (15) 25-5. 6, Samuel Anthony, Independence (14) 23-0. 7, Jeffery Lemoine, Des Allemands (15) 20-10. 8, Will Major, Port Allen (10) 17-14. 9, Fortenberry-Blanchard (10) 17-5. 10, Robbie Latuso, Gonzales (13) 15-11. 11, Cary Beard, Gonzalez (8) 10-9. 12, Joshua Alleman, Gramercy (6) 7-11. 13, Rob Werner, Denham Springs (5) 4-5.

Team Standings: 1, Louisiana, 273-2. 2, Oklahoma, 271-14. 3, Mississippi, 242-13. 4, Arkansas, 234-15. 5, Kansas, 229-5. 6, Texas, 208-8. 7, Nebraska, 183-7. 8, Missouri, 138-9.

Nation qualifiers: Louisiana, Laiche, 38-1; Arkansas, Thompson, 32-5; Kansas, Frazell, 35-12; Mississippi, Adcock, 30-3; Missouri, Matt Roberts, 21-3; Nebraska, Jerry Pape, 21-11; Oklahoma, Lemon, 36-14; Texas, Collins, 33-10.

High School: 1, Cade Fortenberry-Braden Blanchard, St Amant, (10) 17-5. 2, Caleb Parker-Nathan Walley, Laurel, Mississippi (9) 17-3. 3, Cameron Pappen-Jesse Heflin, Topeka, Kansas (10) 14-4. 4, Joseph Bruener-Jack Garner, Nacodgoches, Texas (8) 13-12. 5, Tyler Eagan-Jason Thompson, Lees Summit, Missouri (10) 11-2. 6, Trevor Owens-Matthew Hasenfratz, Ponca City, Oklahoma (9) 11-0. 7, Drake Vines-Brett Avery, El Dorado, Arkansas (8) 10-5. 8, Cole Luetkenhaus-Nathan Kmiecik, Progue, Nebraska (3) 3-7.