Shelbyville Daily Union


May 30, 2013

Harkins, Montgomery Win ITT

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — The Illini Team Trail Bass Tournaments held its may event in the Northern Division at Lake

First place winners in the May Lake Shelbyville tournament were Greg Harkins and partner Jack Montgomery with 5 fish weighing 15.90 lbs. 

They are sponsored by Scale Buster Lures and Sievers Equipment. They fished with G-Loomis rod, Shimano reel with Seagur line. Harkins and Montgomery also earned the Ranger Boat $1,000

Their lures of choice were Spinnerbait, Beaver, and Crankbait.  They fished at 1-3 foot depths in stained water of 70 degrees.  The weather was warm and windy.  Greg and Jack fished in a Ranger boat with a Yamaha motor, Minnkota trolling motor and Humminbird electronics.  This first-place finish puts the team in 14th place for the season with 125.9 points.

Second place winners in the May Lake Shelbyville tournament were Jeff Scrimager and Wayne Shaw with 5 fish, weighing 13.01 lbs.  They are sponsored by Bass Cat Boats, Mercury Marine, and Dupo Marine Center.  Jeff and Wayne fished in a Bass Cat boat with a Mercury motor, Motor Guide trolling motor, and Lowrance electronics.

Third place winners were Gary Hrvol and Jeff Hrvol with 3 fish weighing 12.03 lbs.  They also caught big bass of the day weighing 4.83 lbs winning them an extra $250.

Illini Team Trail Northern Division

Lake Shelbyville May Event

Top Ten

1. Greg Harkins, Jack Montgomery - 5 fish, 15.9 lbs, Big Bass 4.66, Points 115.9

2. Jeff Scrimager, Wayne Shaw - 5 fish, 13.01 lbs, Points 112.01

3. Gary Hrvol, Jeff Hrvol - 3 fish, 12.03 lbs, Big Bass 4.83, Points 110.03

4. Bob Milanec, Scott Martin - 5 fish, 11.07 lbs, Points 108.07

5. Donnie Dill, Jack Jansen - 4 fish, 9.15 lbs, Big Bass 3.16, Points 105.15

6. Todd Blakeman, Mark Heil, 5 fish, 9.1 lbs, Points 104.1

7. John Wright, Daniel Ruedi, 4 fish, 8.04 lbs, Points 102.04

8. David Breivogel, Shawn Panick - 4 fish, 7.89 lbs, Points 100.89

9. Roger Shaw, Michael Sanders - 3 fish, 7.4 lbs, Points 99.4

10. Kevin Arbaugh, Dewayne Shultz - 3 fish, 6.71 lbs, Points 97.71

Points Race -  2 Events

Top 15

1. Breivogel, Panick - 9 fish, 25.97 lbs, Big Bass 6.61, Points 218.97

2. Blakeman, Heil - 8 fish, 15.96 lbs, Points 208.96

3. Arbaugh, Schultz - 7 fish, 14.35 lbs, Big Bass 2.09, Points 204.35

4. Scrimager, Wayne Shaw - 6 fish, 15.07 lbs, Big Bass 2.06, Points 201.07

5. Roger Shaw, Sanders - 4 fish, 9.22 lbs, Big Bass 1.82, Points 185.22

6. John Wright, Ruedi - 5 fish 9.73 lbs, Big Bass 1.69, Points 184.73

7. Juice Wright, Meyer - 4 fish, 7.53 lbs, Big Bass 2.50, Points 182.53

8. Dasenbrock, Buchnerkemper - 3 fish, 6.67 lbs, Big Bass 3.39, Points 179.67

9. Haslett, Hartke - 2 fish, 6.42 lbs, Big Bass 3.89, Points 177.42

10. McDowell, McDowell - 3 fish, 6.05 lbs, Big Bass 2.36, Points 172.05

11. Kirchhoff, Kirchhoff - 2 fish, 3.89 lbs, Big Bass 2.53, Points 158.89

12. Doss, Clotfelter - 2 fish, 3.78 lbs, Big Bass 2.05, Points 157.78

13. Hall, Larson - 2 fish, 3.38 lbs, Big Bass 1.95, Points 156.38

14. Harkins, Montgomery - 5 fish, 15.9 lbs, Big Bass 4.66, Points 125.9

15. Milanec, Scott - 5 fish, 11.07 lbs, Points 118.07


Text Only
  • Booster Club offers Lifetime Memberships

    The Shelbyville Booster Club is offering Lifetime Member cards and t-shirts in an effort to increase memberships in the Booster Club.

    August 19, 2014

  • BCCH Nipped By Aces Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick out-hit Mulberry Grove and the Aces booted the ball on Friday. However, Mulberry Grove scored several unearned runs, as the Eagle beat themselves, 7-6. Beecher City produced six runs off seven hits and only committed one e

    August 19, 2014

  • Dramatic Ram JFL win After a dominating Shelbyville JFL heavyweight season last year, the 2014 edition used a dramatic score in the last minute to win their road opener at Sullivan-Okaw Valley on Saturday, 27-25.“We were pretty banged up as we had a few starters out on t

    August 19, 2014

  • schlechte batting Windsor douses St. Elmo Windsor/Stew-Stras ran their early season record to 4-1 on Thursday, after snuffing out St. Elmo’s fire, 15-0.W.SS ace Megan Schlechte threw a no-hit, shutout through four innings, walking two and striking out four. Once again, Windsor/Stew-Stras’ sp

    August 19, 2014 4 Photos

  • Shelby Area Sports Schedule Tuesday, August 19Shelbyville golf at Clinton, 4 p.m.Moulton softball hosts St. Anthony, 4:30 p.m.Moulton baseball at Maroa, 4 p.m. (7th-5:30 p.m.)BCCH baseball hosts Louisville, 4:15 p.m.BCCH softball at Stew-Stras/Windsor, 4:15 p.m.Okaw Valley MS s

    August 19, 2014

  • Comets Blanked by St. Anthony St. Anthony struck Stew-Stras/Windsor hard early on in Effingham on Saturday and went on to win the 10-run early dismissal on Saturday, 10-0. The Bulldogs cashed in with a 6-run 1st inning. SS.W starter Logan Greuel stood in the midst of the onslaugh

    August 19, 2014

  • Shelby Area Sports Results Saturday, August 9MS SOFTBALLShelbyville 10, Warrensburg 9Monday, August 11MS SOFTBALLMaroa 8, Moulton 2Tuesday, August 12MS SOFTBALLMoulton 12, Ramsey 1Teutopolis 17, Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick 2Wednesday, August 13MS SOFTBALLWindsor/Stew-Stras 12,

    August 19, 2014

  • Meet the Rams “Meet the Rams” Night 2014 will be held Friday, August 22 at Shelbyville High School.At 5 p.m., Mandatory Informational Parent Meeting @ SHS gym. Any parent with a child participating in a Shelbyville High School fall sport needs to attend. Handbook

    August 19, 2014

  • Lady Rams Fall To Meridian

    Shelbyville Moulton had the dropsies and took it on the chin at home on Saturday, losing to Meridian in six innings, 15-5.

    August 17, 2014

  • miller pitching Rams Roll Over Clinton

    With Malcom in the middle of the defense Shelbyville was unassailable, while the Moulton hit crew dropped the hammer on visiting Clinton. The Rams won their home opener on Saturday in five innings with a walk-off single, 10-0.

    August 16, 2014 12 Photos

Featured Ads
AP Video
Raw: Rescue Efforts Suspended at Japan Landslide Raw: Bodies of MH17 Victims Arrive in Malaysia Raw: Smaller Marches in Ferguson Marathon Suspect's Friend Pleads Guilty Attorney: Utah Eatery Had Other Chemical Burn Farm Resurgence Grows With Younger Crowd Microbrewery Chooses Special Can for Its Beer Ky. Firefighters Hurt in Ice Bucket Challenge Federal Investigation Will Look at Use of Force Community Deals With Michael Brown Aftermath US: We Do Not Pay Ransom to Terrorists Ferguson Teachers Training to Deal With Trauma Jon Hamm on the Unrest in Ferguson Tit for Tat? McDonald's Shuttered in Moscow Life on the Professional Video Game Circuit TX Gov Perry in Washington: 'Confident' in Case Hospital Releases Two Missionaries Who Had Ebola Ramen Health Risks: The Dark Side of the Noodle NYC Doctor-in-chief Seeks Community Approach Indonesian Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters

Should the minimum wage for workers be raised in Illinois?

     View Results
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
Helium debate