Retirees take top honors

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Ray Scott (left), founder of Bassmaster magazine, teases Ron Figueroa of Evans to take off his glasses on Friday at Wildwood Park. More than 100 teams competed in the 21st annual Military Team Bass Tournament. Figueroa and Majors Hamby (right), a retired U.S. Army duo, won the tournament with 30.97 pounds of bass and 400 points.

Ray Scott (left), founder of Bassmaster magazine, teases Ron Figueroa of Evans to take off his glasses on Friday at Wildwood Park. More than 100 teams competed in the 21st annual Military Team Bass Tournament. Figueroa and Majors Hamby (right), a retired U.S. Army duo, won the tournament with 30.97 pounds of bass and 400 points.   Corey Perrine/Staff
Corey Perrine/Staff
Ray Scott (left), founder of Bassmaster magazine, teases Ron Figueroa of Evans to take off his glasses on Friday at Wildwood Park. More than 100 teams competed in the 21st annual Military Team Bass Tournament. Figueroa and Majors Hamby (right), a retired U.S. Army duo, won the tournament with 30.97 pounds of bass and 400 points.
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