It was a winning Sunday on the lake for the LaGrange team of Kesley Kee and Danny Kee.
Participating in the third Extreme Kids tournament of the year at Highland Marina Resort, the Kees brought in five fish weighing 14 pounds even to take the top spot.
The popular Extreme Kids series features teams of one youth angler paired with an adult.
On Sunday, 24 young people hit the water.
Kesley, 13, and Danny finished ahead of the second-place team of 15-year-old Mark Denny and Mark Ware, who had 12 pounds, 4 ounces worth of fish.
John Crowley, 15, had the day’s biggest fish of 6 pound, 13 ounces, and he and Bill Haines finished third.
Tyler O’Neal, 14, and Tony O’Neal were fourth, and 12-year-old Macy Salisbury and Shane Salisbury were fifth.
Through three of the seven events on the Kids Extreme schedule, 16-year-old Jerrod Caps and Sean Capes lead the point standings.
The young anglers will take to the lake again on June 27.
BASSMASTER SERIES: When Villa Rica’s Kenny Everette participated in a Bassmaster Weekend Series event at West Point Lake in April, he had barely four pounds worth of fish, and he finished well back in the pack.
Everette turned that around on Saturday, bringing in five fish weighing 17 pounds, seven ounces to win the tournament by more than two pounds.
Everette had the biggest fish of the day tipping the scales at more than six pounds, and he walked away with a first-place prize of $5,230.
Kip Carter of Loganville was second, Buckhead’s Patrick Fisher finished third, Opelika’s Kenny Carroll took the fourth spot, and Newnan’s Mike Squires was fifth.
In the co-angler division, James Draffin of Cumming was the top finisher.
Saturday’s tournament was part of the American Bass Anglers family of tournaments.
The ABA series will return to West Point Lake on Sept. 26.