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Photo Gallery: Ross Township fishing tournament

| Sunday, July 27, 2014, 4:12 p.m.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Ricky Furgiuele, 7, of Ross Township walks his fish to the catch station during Ross Township's annual fishing tournament Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Shayla Ireland, 8, of Ross Township participates in the township's annual fishing tournament Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Paige Murray, 6, of Avalon settles in for some fishing during Ross Township's annual fishing tournament Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Faith Boehm, 3, of Ross Township is ready for fishing with her pink rod and for the rain with boots and an umbrella during the township's annual fishing tournament Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Participants in Ross Township's annual fishing tournament don rainwear Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.
Louis Raggiunti | Trib Total Media
Shayla Ireland, 8, of Ross Township participates in the township's annual fishing tournament Saturday, July 19, 2014, at Sgt. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park. The children's division was July 19, and participants in the other divisions fished July 20.

Ross Township's annual fishing tournament was July 19 and 20 at St. Frank Zotter Pond in Evergreen Community Park.

Children fished July 19. The divisions for youths ages 15 to 18, adults, senior citizens and people with special needs took place July 20.

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