KEY WEST, Florida Keys — A South Dakota woman was named the women’s master angler in the Key West Fishing Tournament after scoring multiple divisional wins and tournament records in the long-running challenge that spans eight months. Katelynn Wells, a resident of Miller, took top honors for overall releases with 59, including six dolphin fish, as well as tallying 14 division-leading catches including a 28-pound amberjack, a 12-pound barracuda on plug and a 17-pound red snapper on 30-pound test line that set a divisional record. She also scored three “heaviest fish” wins and two fish that set tournament weight records: a 2.8-pound ladyfish on plug and a 4.8-pound sea trout on 12-pound line. Wells fished on Off the Rock with Captain Brad Nowicki and on Live Action Sportfishing with Captain Ryan Carter, both of Key West. The men’s master angler was Rob Ripka of Pulaki, New York. His achieve- ments included catching two division-leading fish on 12-pound line — a 12- pound bonito and a 4-pound yellowtail snapper — as well as a division- leading 31.6-pound kingfish. Fishing on Bait Stealer with Captain Dale Bittner of Key West, he also set a “heaviest fish” record for catching a 6-pound yellowtail on 30-pound line. Ten-year-old Julia Bernstein of Miami, fishing in the peewee division, eclipsed her competitors to earn the peewee master angler award for achievements including a remarkable 104 releases. Her catches included a 23.8-pound Jack Crevalle on 30-pound line that earned a tournament weight record, a 24.8-pound barracuda on 20-pound line that earned divisional “heaviest fish” honors, four other “heaviest fish” winners and three division leaders.