By BassFan Staff

The way some competitors were talking after practice, it sounded as though Lake Okeechobee couldnt fish any worse than what it had earlier this week. The conditions were miserable with high, cold and dirty water. The grass was severely depleted as a result of Hurricane Irma last fall and big fish were random and difficult to pattern.

Despite a stiff wind that prompted the National Weather Service to issue a lake wind advisory that was still in effect Thursday evening, the warming water seems to have prompted a wave of bass to move into areas where the water has remained somewhat cleaner.

That helped set the stage for nine pros to crack the 20-pound mark on day 1 of the FLW Tour season today, led by Marylands Bryan Schmitt, who surprised himself with a 24-11 limit, the biggest of his Tour career, which started in 2014. Theres an expectation that the bite could continue to improve with stable, albeit breezy, conditions expected for the days ahead.

Mark Rose isnt far behind after bagging 24-00 as he seeks to win the season opener in back-to-back years. Texan Christopher Brasher hauled 22-00 to the scale and sits in 3rd while Britt Myers overcame a bout with the flu and kicked off his FLW Tour career with a 21-08 bag that has him in 4th.

Tyler Stewart, competing in his first Tour event as a pro, caught 21-02 and occupies the 5th spot.

It was an emotional start to the day as a brief ceremony was held prior to blast-off to honor Nicolas Kayler, the Florida man who died while competing as a co-angler in the FLW Series tournament at Okeechobee earlier this month. The universal sign for man overboard three long air-horn blasts followed by a single vertical flare was performed prior to the field of 187 boats being turned loose out of Clewiston, not far from where Kaylers body was recovered on Jan. 10.

Competitors said it was a somber mood around the ramp and with the windy conditions, tournament officials implored them to use the rim canal, which provides a mostly protected route around the lakes perimeter, and not to run across open water.

Here's a look at the top 10 after the first day of competition, with deficit margin from Schmitt indicated by red numbers in parentheses:

1. Bryan Schmitt: 24-11
2. Mark Rose: 24-00 (0-11)
3. Chris Brasher: 22-00 (2-11)
4. Britt Myers: 21-08 (3-03)
5. Tyler Stewart: 21-02 (3-09)
6. Michael Neal: 21-00 (3-11)
7. Cory Johnston: 20-11 (4-00)
8. Brandon Mosley: 20-09 (4-02)
9. Cameron Gautney: 20-05 (4-06)
10. Bradley Dortch: 19-09 (5-02)

According to a release issued by FLW after today's competition, Andy Young and William Campbell were involved in a boat collision some time in the afternoon. According to the release, the collision occurred when both anglers met at an intersection with Campbell's boat striking the port (left) side of Young's boat.

Young and his co-angler were ejected, but both were able to get back into the boat. Both boats were able to return to the launch ramp at Clewiston Boat Basin and the accident is under investigation by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Young said he is being treated for a back injury at a local hospital while Campbell was uninjured.

Young was credited with 10-00 today while Campbell was late to check in and did not weigh in. Campbell told BassFan he will not compete on Friday.

A few big names find themselves well off the pace, including reigning Angler of the Year Bryan Thrift, who will have his work cut out for him Friday if hes to challenge for a spot inside the top-30 cut. He caught a limit for 8-11 today and sits in 142nd. Three-time AOY Andy Morgan struggled as well, catching three bass for 3-13, which had him in 176th.

Reigning Forrest Wood Cup winner Justin Atkins started his sophomore season on Tour with a 10-07 stringer that has him in 111th. Bradley Hallman, who won the 2016 Tour stop at Okeechobee, caught 10-06 and is two spots behind Atkins.

The field will be reduced to the top 30 after the scales close tomorrow, with the top 10 after Saturday advancing to Sunday, when the winner will be determined by highest cumulative weight.

They Showed Up For Schmitt

> Day 1: 5, 24-11

Okeechobee was the site of Schmitts first FLW Tour event back in 2014. It didnt go well as he managed 16-13 over two days and finished 165th. Two years later, he had 19-14 and wound up 67th.

Today was way better than both of those tournaments combined and much better than he anticipated. Schmitt didnt expect to catch what he did today. He had a rough practice and joked that he thought 24-11 couldve been the winning weight.

It was unbelievable, he said. Something happened, man. They showed up.

By they, Schmitt was referring to some females that infiltrated an area where hed caught several male bass on Tuesday. He kept the area in the back of his mind for today, hoping the females would roll in there. He said he made a bait change, too, that seemed to result in more bites.

I went back there first thing this morning and stayed all day, he said. Today blew me away.

His stringer was anchored by twin 6-13s and he thinks with the coming full moon and the water continuing to warm up could trigger a consistent wave of new fish to move in toward spawning areas.

Theyre coming, he said. I think it was the bait change, too. It was like, Wow, that really happened. You hear it every tournament we have in Florida Theyre coming in, but it might actually be happening. For once, the water temperature is not going the other way.

He said some dirty water was starting to creep in on the area today so he hopes its still fishable in the morning.

Im just hoping my spot doesnt get blown out, he said. The wind was pretty bad. Its not even calm where Im at. If its still fishable, Ill beat the snot out of it. I expanded on it a little today and I think there are more fish there.



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Mark Rose is aiming to win the season opener for the second straight year.

2nd: Rose Slowed Down

> Day 1: 5, 24-00

Rose came into today figuring anything in the 13- or 14-pound range would be satisfactory. He also knew the potential for a much bigger bag existed simply because of where hes fishing. He found that slowing down in certain areas today paid dividends and hell be cognizant of that moving forward.

I was catching a lot of little fish in practice a lot of males and was thinking 13 or 14 pounds would have me on track to have a decent tournament, he said. I sped through (places) in practice and I started on a high-percentage area and caught a big one there and moved around in there. Then I slowed down a little and methodically picked everything apart. Thats what I did the rest of the day. I got two more big bites and two more nice keepers.

His bag was anchored by a 6-13 and a 6 1/2-pounder.

It was nothing extraordinary, he said. I just slowed down and got three big bites two of them doing the same thing and the other one slowing down with a worm. I caught some flipping and used different techniques around the same area.

Hes hoping the area is fishable in the morning. If its not, hell resort to plan B spots.

The area I was in today probably got blown out, he said. The wind started switching and muddying it up pretty bad. Im hoping my backup areas are still protected and Ill be able to scratch and claw something out of there. You have to have one good bite.

Who knows, a few more big bites and he could be staring down a chance to capture his third win in the last two seasons.

Id love for it happen just like it did last year, but I also have a brain and know there are 185 other guys out here who dont want to see a repeat of last year, he said.

3rd: Brasher Caught Two Bruisers

> Day 1: 5, 22-00

The area Brasher did his damage in today didnt avail itself until late on the final practice day. His only hope now is that it remains clean enough that he can be productive there tomorrow.

Im super happy after day 1, he said. Its hard to say whats going to happen. It didnt get muddy where I was fishing today, but it could get in there tomorrow. Ive been through it before here if it gets muddy, you might as well leave.

If needed, he has other options that he found earlier in practice, but hed much rather rely on the area that produced 6-07 and 7-pound kickers for him today.

I knew there were some big ones in there because I shook off three big ones and had a few other good bites, he said. Adjusting was a big factor because I knew Id catch them doing other stuff.

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Britt Myers battled flu symptoms all day on his way to catching 21-08.

4th: Myers Hung In There

> Day 1: 5, 21-08

Myers was actually hoping todays competition would be canceled. That way he couldve stayed in bed and tried to shake the bug thats been sapping his energy since late Sunday.

My main objective this morning was to make it through the day, he said.

Making his FLW Tour debut after 12 seasons on the Elite Series, Myers, who finished 77th in the Okeechobee Elite Series last year, is well aware of the potential to fall off the pace tomorrow. Hes hoping the area he and Matt Arey were in continues to replenish and theyre able to have it to themselves again.

I have fished here so many times and every time I have a good tournament, I find an area and pick it apart, he said. I was hoping to get enough bites to not have a bad tournament. Occasionally, you have a good one and today I had a good day. I know tomorrow can be a 7-pound bag. Thats why Im so happy to have what I had.

Despite being under the weather, he was able to dial in a particular bait and how to trigger bites with it.

It may change tomorrow, but its very rare that you have a cadence or a retrieve thats triggering fish, he said. Its a certain cast and approach to a certain structure, but they just bite it. I stumbled on it in practice and I went back to where I missed fish and got more bites.

5th: Stewart Stoked After Strong Start

> Day 1: 5, 21-02

Stewart, 23, was thrilled to catch a big bag to kick off his FLW Tour career. It helped him get rid of the nerves he felt this morning.

Its awesome. I knew that I could compete with these guys and its really nice to get off to a good start, he said. Coming in as a rookie, everybody has question marks so to do that off the jump, it felt good to get that weight off my shoulders.

It didnt take him long to compile a sizable limit either.

You practice for this type of thing to happen and it never goes this way, he said. I found a good area with the potential for a 20-pound bag and I had 20 in 30 minutes. It just happened.

In practice, most of the fish were 3 to 3 1/2 pounds so I hoping to catch a 14- to 16-pound bag. Yesterday, some big females moved in. The first three I caught were fat females full of eggs. I had been catching mostly males.

He poked around the big area, but didnt double-back through any particular spots. He thinks he conserved enough water to get him through tomorrow.

I was trying to catch as much as I could while I could because you dont know if theyll bite again tomorrow, he said. I did learn the big ones are in there and I need to do whatever it takes to stay in the top 30.

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Rookie Tyler Stewart caught the bulk of his weight in the span of 30 minutes Thursday morning.

8th: Morning Move Paid Off for Mosley

> Day 1: 5, 20-09

Brandon Mosley was among those who wasnt too amped up about his practice, but after what he saw today, his outlook has improved.

Its been warm the last couple of days and thats one of the only ingredients you need to get things going, he said. I hunkered down in an area I had liked in practice. I found the right water color, but its no secret. There were 30 or 40 boats around me.

This is only his second trip to Florida and he found out quick this morning why anglers always stress the importance of getting away from dirty water when in the Sunshine State.

I put my trolling motor down and knew it wouldnt work, he noted. I had to start moving around and head toward cleaner water. Thats when I caught a good one. Things started rolling mid-day and I was fortunate to get a few of the right ones.

He didnt divulge any details of his pattern, but he believes he might be onto something unique. He also wouldnt mind another breezy day Friday.

Im never one to put too much stock into a bait, but Im doing something a little different from everybody else, he added. I personally hope the wind blows again tomorrow and its supposed to because I think the wind helps me a little bit.

Notable

> Day 1 stats 187 anglers, 165 limits, 6 fours, 8 threes, 3 twos, 4 ones, 1 zero.

Weather Forecast

> Fri., Jan. 26 Mostly Cloudy - 71/62
- Wind: From the ENE at 15 to 25 mph

> Sat., Jan. 27 Overcast - 74/64
- Wind: From the E at 10 to 20 mph

> Sun., Jan. 28 Chance of Rain - 80/63
- Wind: From the SE at 10 to 20 mph

Day 1 Standings

1. Bryan Schmitt -- Deale, Md -- 24-11 (5)

2. Mark Rose -- West Memphis, Ar -- 24-0 (5)

3. Christopher Brasher -- Longview, Tx -- 22-0 (5)

4. Britt Myers -- Clover, SC -- 21-8 (5)

5. Tyler Stewart -- West Monroe, La -- 21-2 (5)

6. Michael Neal -- Dayton, Tn -- 21-0 (5)

7. Cory Johnston -- Cavan, On -- 20-11 (5)

8. Brandon Mosley -- Choctaw, Ok -- 20-9 (5)

9. Cameron Gautney -- Muscle Shoals, Al -- 20-5 (5)

10. Bradley Dortch -- Atmore, Al -- 19-9 (5)

11. David Nichol -- Gainesville, Ga -- 19-8 (5)

11. David Williams -- Maiden, NC -- 19-8 (5)

13. Jt Kenney -- Palm Bay, Fl -- 19-3 (5)

14. Jared McMillan -- Belle Glade, Fl -- 18-15 (5)

15. Brandon McMillan -- Clewiston, Fl -- 18-7 (5)

16. Brett Preuett -- Colfax, La -- 17-0 (5)

17. Scott Martin -- Clewiston, Fl -- 16-15 (5)

18. Cody Meyer -- Auburn, Ca -- 16-13 (5)

19. Robert Pearson -- Herndon, Va -- 16-12 (5)

20. Tim Cales -- Sandstone, WV -- 16-11 (5)

21. Bill McDonald -- Greenwood, In -- 16-10 (5)

22. Matt Becker -- Finleyville, Pa -- 16-8 (5)

23. Matt Greenblatt -- Port St Lucie, Fl -- 16-4 (5)

23. Tim Frederick -- Leesburg, Fl -- 16-4 (5)

25. Jimmy Brewer -- Marshall, Tx -- 16-2 (5)

26. Barry Wilson -- Birmingham, Al -- 16-0 (5)

26. Chad Morgenthaler -- Reeds Spring, Mo -- 16-0 (5)

28. James Niggemeyer -- Van, Tx -- 15-15 (5)

29. Scott Dobson -- Clarkston, Mi -- 15-13 (5)

30. Yusuke Miyazaki -- Forney, Tx -- 15-6 (5)

31. Josh Douglas -- Isle, Mn -- 15-5 (5)

32. Matt Garner -- Seminole, Ok -- 15-4 (5)

32. Todd Castledine -- Nacogdoches, Tx -- 15-4 (5)

34. Todd Hollowell -- Fishers, In -- 15-1 (5)

35. James Watson -- Lampe, Mo -- 14-13 (5)

36. Luke Dunkin -- Lawrenceburg, Tn -- 14-11 (5)

36. John Voyles -- Petersburg, In -- 14-11 (5)

38. Jeff Gustafson -- Keewatin, On -- 14-10 (5)

38. Chris Johnston -- Peterborough, On -- 14-10 (5)

40. Zell Rowland -- Montgomery, Tx -- 14-9 (5)

41. Jeff Sprague -- Point, Tx -- 14-8 (5)

42. Matt Reed -- Madisonville, Tx -- 14-5 (5)

43. Timmy Thompkins -- Myrtle Beach, SC -- 14-2 (5)

44. Keith Bryan -- Novato, Ca -- 14-1 (5)

45. Sheldon Collings -- Grove, Ok -- 14-0 (5)

46. Scott Canterbury -- Odenville, Al -- 13-15 (5)

46. Scott Ashmore -- Broken Arrow, Ok -- 13-15 (5)

48. Matt Arey -- Shelby, NC -- 13-14 (5)

48. William(Billy) Shelton Iii -- La Crosse, Va -- 13-14 (5)

50. Jason Abram -- Piney Flats, Tn -- 13-8 (5)

50. Brad Knight -- Lancing, Tn -- 13-8 (5)

52. Cody Hahner -- Wausau, Wi -- 13-6 (5)

53. Casey Scanlon -- Lake Ozark, Mo -- 13-5 (5)

54. Derrick Blake -- Rockwood, Tn -- 13-2 (5)

55. Chris McCall -- Palmer, Tx -- 13-1 (5)

55. Randy Haynes -- Counce, Tn -- 13-1 (5)

55. Richard Lowitzki -- Hampshire, Il -- 13-1 (5)

58. Jay Yelas -- Lincoln City, Or -- 13-0 (5)

59. Kerry Milner -- Bono, Ar -- 12-15 (5)

60. Jay Kendrick -- Grant, Al -- 12-14 (5)

60. Dean Alexander -- Georgetown, Tx -- 12-14 (5)

60. Michael Wooley -- Collierville, Tn -- 12-14 (5)

60. Terry Bolton -- Paducah, Ky -- 12-14 (5)

64. Joshua Weaver -- Macon, Ga -- 12-13 (5)

65. Cody Kelley -- Conway, Ar -- 12-12 (5)

66. Alex Davis -- Albertville, Al -- 12-11 (5)

67. Kenneth (Boo) Woods -- London, Ky -- 12-10 (5)

67. Nick Gainey -- Charleston, SC -- 12-10 (5)

69. Anthony Gagliardi -- Prosperity, SC -- 12-9 (5)

69. Carl Jocumsen -- Frisco, Tx -- 12-9 (5)

71. Jim Moynagh -- Carver, Mn -- 12-7 (5)

71. Jeremy Lawyer -- Sarcoxie, Mo -- 12-7 (5)

73. Zack Birge -- Blanchard, Ok -- 12-5 (5)

74. Allen Boyd -- Salem, In -- 12-4 (5)

75. Dylan Hays -- Sheridan, Ar -- 12-0 (5)

76. Jim Jones -- Big Bend, Wi -- 11-14 (5)

77. Peter Thliveros -- Saint Augustine, Fl -- 11-13 (5)

77. Jason Reyes -- Huffman, Tx -- 11-13 (5)

79. Russell Cecil -- Willis, Tx -- 11-12 (5)

79. Richie Eaves -- Nauvoo, Il -- 11-12 (5)

81. J Todd Tucker -- Moultrie, Ga -- 11-9 (5)

81. David Dudley -- Lynchburg, Va -- 11-9 (5)

81. Rex Huff -- Corbin, Ky -- 11-9 (5)

84. Larry Nixon -- Bee Branch, Ar -- 11-8 (5)

84. Kurt Dove -- Del Rio, Tx -- 11-8 (5)

84. Scott Wiley -- Bay Minette, Al -- 11-8 (5)

87. Billy McCaghren -- Mayflower, Ar -- 11-7 (5)

88. Tony Dumitras -- Winston, Ga -- 11-5 (5)

89. Steven Hatala -- St. Clair Shores, Mi -- 11-4 (5)

89. Taylor Ashley -- Warrior, Al -- 11-4 (5)

91. Jamie Horton -- Centerville, Al -- 11-3 (5)

91. Matthew Stefan -- Junction City, Wi -- 11-3 (5)

93. Joseph Webster -- Fulton, Ms -- 11-2 (5)

94. Eric Jackson -- Walling, Tn -- 11-1 (5)

94. Jim Dillard -- West Monroe, La -- 11-1 (5)

96. Clark Wendlandt -- Leander, Tx -- 11-0 (5)

97. Ronald Young -- Lake Wales, Fl -- 10-14 (5)

97. Chad Grigsby -- Maple Grove, Mn -- 10-14 (5)

99. Jason Lambert -- Michie, Tn -- 10-13 (5)

99. Mike Surman -- Boca Raton, Fl -- 10-13 (5)

99. John Cox -- Debary, Fl -- 10-13 (4)

99. Shane Lineberger -- Lincolnton, NC -- 10-13 (5)

103. Jim Moulton -- Merced, Ca -- 10-11 (5)

103. David Larson -- Mound, Mn -- 10-11 (5)

103. Chris Gosselaar -- Fresno, Ca -- 10-11 (5)

106. Furman (Joe) Thompson -- Clayton, Ga -- 10-10 (5)

106. Jim Tutt -- Longview, Tx -- 10-10 (5)

108. Harry Moore -- Valley, Al -- 10-9 (5)

109. Shane Lehew -- Catawba, NC -- 10-8 (5)

109. Wes Logan -- Springville, Al -- 10-8 (5)

111. Jimmy Reese -- Witter Springs, Ca -- 10-7 (4)

111. Justin Atkins -- Florence, Al -- 10-7 (5)

113. Bradley Hallman -- Norman, Ok -- 10-6 (5)

113. Johnny McCombs -- Morris, Al -- 10-6 (5)

115. Jason Meninger -- Gainesville, Ga -- 10-3 (5)

116. Clark Reehm -- Huntington, Tx -- 10-1 (5)

117. Andy Young -- Mound, Mn -- 10-0 (5)

118. Brian Latimer -- Belton, SC -- 9-15 (5)

118. Wade Curtiss -- Meadow Vista, Ca -- 9-15 (5)

120. Andy Wicker -- Pomaria, SC -- 9-12 (5)

120. Clayton Batts -- Macon, Ga -- 9-12 (5)

120. Bill Day -- Frankfort, Ky -- 9-12 (5)

123. Clent Davis -- Montevallo, Al -- 9-11 (4)

124. Joey Cifuentes -- Clinton, Ar -- 9-10 (5)

125. Aaron Britt -- Yuba City, Ca -- 9-9 (5)

126. Troy Morrow -- Eastanollee, Ga -- 9-8 (5)

127. Tom Monsoor -- La Crosse, Wi -- 9-5 (5)

128. Kurt Mitchell -- Milford, De -- 9-4 (5)

128. Darrel Robertson -- Jay, Ok -- 9-4 (5)

130. Andrew Upshaw -- Tulsa, Ok -- 9-3 (5)

131. Curtis Richardson -- Belleville, On -- 9-2 (5)

131. Rob Kilby -- Hot Springs, Ar -- 9-2 (5)

133. Buddy Gross -- Chickamauga, Ga -- 9-1 (5)

133. Clint Brown -- Bainbridge, Ga -- 9-1 (5)

133. Ramie Colson Jr -- Cadiz, Ky -- 9-1 (5)

133. Kyle Cortiana -- Broken Arrow, Ok -- 9-1 (5)

137. Miles Howe -- San Juan Capistrano, Ca -- 9-0 (5)

137. Daryl Biron -- South Windsor, Ct -- 9-0 (5)

139. Jeff Dobson -- Bartlesville, Ok -- 8-15 (5)

140. Dennis Tietje -- Roanoke, La -- 8-13 (5)

141. Chase Brooks -- Iraan, Tx -- 8-12 (5)

142. Bryan Thrift -- Shelby, NC -- 8-11 (5)

142. John Devere -- Berea, Ky -- 8-11 (5)

144. Greg Mansfield -- Burnsville, Mn -- 8-9 (5)

144. Matt Wittekiend -- Angleton, Tx -- 8-9 (5)

144. John Hunter -- Shelbyville, Ky -- 8-9 (5)

144. Pete Ponds -- Madison, Ms -- 8-9 (5)

148. Shawn Murphy -- Nicholasville, Ky -- 8-8 (5)

148. Lendell Martin Jr -- Nacogdoches, Tx -- 8-8 (5)

148. Todd Auten -- Lake Wylie, SC -- 8-8 (5)

151. Randy Blaukat -- Joplin, Mo -- 8-7 (5)

152. Jason Johnson -- Gainesville, Ga -- 8-3 (5)

153. Austin Felix -- Eden Prairie, Mn -- 8-2 (5)

153. Freddy Hurley -- Somerset, Ky -- 8-2 (2)

155. Robert Behrle -- Hoover, Al -- 8-1 (5)

156. Evan Barnes -- Hot Springs, Ar -- 7-15 (5)

156. Charlie Evans -- Berea, Ky -- 7-15 (5)

158. Rusty Trancygier -- Hahira, Ga -- 7-13 (5)

158. Chris Neau -- New Orleans, La -- 7-13 (5)

160. Greg Bohannan -- Bentonville, Ar -- 7-10 (5)

161. Braxton Setzer -- Montgomery, Al -- 7-8 (5)

162. Brandon Cobb -- Greenwood, SC -- 7-5 (5)

163. Rob Jordan -- Flowery Branch, Ga -- 7-4 (5)

163. Grae Buck -- Harleysville, Pa -- 7-4 (5)

165. Craig Rozema -- Simpsonville, SC -- 6-15 (5)

165. Ryan Chandler -- Hebron, In -- 6-15 (5)

167. Jordan Osborne -- Longview, Tx -- 6-12 (3)

168. Tim McDonald -- Prestonsburg, Ky -- 6-11 (5)

169. Gary Yamamoto -- Palestine, Tx -- 6-8 (4)

169. Mark Fisher -- Wauconda, Il -- 6-8 (4)

171. Scott Suggs -- Alexander, Ar -- 5-15 (5)

172. Tom Redington -- Royse City, Tx -- 5-11 (5)

173. Jimmy Houston -- Cookson, Ok -- 5-3 (3)

174. Bill Hutchison -- Bessemer, Al -- 4-7 (3)

175. Chad Randles -- Elkhorn, Ne -- 4-6 (4)

176. Bob Morin -- Seymour, Tn -- 4-3 (3)

177. Andy Morgan -- Dayton, Tn -- 3-13 (3)

178. Darrell Davis -- Dover, Fl -- 3-6 (3)

179. Koby Kreiger -- Bokeelia, Fl -- 3-2 (3)

180. Shirley Crain -- Fort Smith, Ar -- 3-1 (3)

181. Kyle Weisenburger -- Ottawa, Oh -- 2-3 (2)

182. Billy Hines -- Vacaville, Ca -- 2-0 (2)

183. Capt Blake Smith -- Lakeland, Fl -- 1-3 (1)

184. Glenn Chappelear -- Acworth, Ga -- 0-15 (1)

184. David Wootton -- Collierville, Tn -- 0-15 (1)

186. David Smith -- Del City, Ok -- 0-14 (1)

William Campbell -- Middlesboro, Ky -- 0-0 (0)