Signal Mountain Knocks Off Dalton In CASL Blue Division Showdown

Country Club, Cleveland Also Remain Unbeaten With Impressive Wins

Friday, June 14, 2013 - by Special To The Chattanoogan.com

The Signal Mountain Green Giants were just a little too strong for the visiting Dalton Dolphins Thursday night.

The two teams, who are always battling for the number-one spot in the Chattanooga Area Swim League's Blue diviision, faced off on Signal Mountain with the Green Giants prevailing in a close one, 399-362.  Another Blue division meet saw Stuart Heights beating visiting Fairyland by a 407-357 score.

The Cleveland Aqua Tigers remained unbeaten in the Red division with a 458-297 defeat of Red Bank at Tinsley Park while the Country Club Wavemakers maintained first place in the White division with an impressive 467-272 victory over Big Ridge.

  The Ridgeside Dolphins won their first meet of the season in impressive fashion with a 419-293 victory over host Cumberland.

In a Red division battle, Mosby Park had an easy time with visiting Calhoun, winning by a 437-5-251.5 margin.

DALTON HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Anthony Calderon;

18 -- Roman Valdez;

17 -- Jacob Queen, Raul Valdez, Reece Bingham, Taylor Dale;

16 -- Alexis Vaughn;

14 -- Henry Bethel;

13 -- Patrick Calderon, Hannah Smith, Oscar Chenard;

12 -- Ethan Young;

11 -- Sean Lee, Alex Mashburn;

10 -- Brooke Haverland.

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Jewel Gordon, Stephanie Xian;

15 -- Laney Jenkins, Emma Lochmaier, Jess Vargo, Sam McHugh, Daniel Snyder;

14 -- Charlie Han, Maggie Stovall, Karoline Bonastia;

13.5 -- Emily Huesman;

13 -- Peter Lochmaier, Ella Gordon;

12 -- Nicole Hanson, Sam Vargo, Mathias Porter;

11 -- Riley Harrison, Annie Cate Anderson;

10 -- Bella Flack, Chase Post, Alexis Elkovitch.

FAIRYLAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Ellie Taliaferro;

18 -- Ethan Bevill;

16 -- Ben Bevill;

15 -- Colmore Hurst;

13 -- Bennett Brock, Kylie Eiselstein, David Horne;

12 -- Teddy Arrowsmith, Meredith Bevill, Ally Daniel, Jane Eiselstein, Will McLean, Kristin Myers;

10 -- Carley Braman, Dean Magat, Lanie Pearson.

STUART HEIGHTS HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Gwennie Davis, Max Ransom, Mikaya Reynolds, Will Raines;

17 -- Audrey Barkeloo, Josie White;

16 -- Sumner Smith;

14 -- Alex Smith;

13 -- George von Cannon, Brayden Walker;

12 -- MImi Doi;

11 -- Emmaline Goldberg, Samantha Elliott, Addison Elliott;

10 -- Beatrice Davis, Emily Arnold, Jon Pat Ransom. 

BIG RIDGE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

17 -- Sam Powe, Mae Mae Powe;

12 -- Jacob Thalos;

11 -- Anna Thompson, Abbey Vernon, Joshua Russell;

10 -- Maisy Davies.

COUNTRY CLUB HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Dalton Restelli, Max Smith, Lee Schemel, McCay Mathis;

17 -- Rale Gork, Alec Chennault;

16 -- Maggie Crump, Emelia Richey;

15 -- Eric Buntin, Katherine Berce, Laura Lee Brakebill, CeCe Turner;

14 -- Sy Elliott, Dimitri Kerns, Ben Workinger, Athey Crump;

13 -- Caroline Schneck, John Gray Statwes;

12 -- Kortney Restelli, Copeland Cobb, Will DeBarge;

11 -- Margaret Ann Hudson;

10 -- Mitchell Negus, Robert Buntin;

9 -- Cybelle Gable, Boon Elliott, Zane Smith.

RED BANK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

18 -- Luke Massey;

15 -- Amelia Harris;

14 -- Dallas Woods;

13 -- Michaela Massey, Asonia Birdsong, Bri Rabon;

12 -- Eddie Birdsong;

10 -- Nat Stansberry, Morgan Haynes, Bryce Beard, Austin Camp, Justin Camp, Lydie Alexander.

CLEVELAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Alexia Jackson, David Parris;

17 -- Lauren Thompson, Grayson Payne, Max Cooper, Abigail Jones, Ben Cooper;

15 -- Grayson Officer, Jacob McDaniel;

14 -- Tucker Biggs, Blake Odum, Adam Foster, Meredith Borst;

13 -- Gracelyn Jackson, Tiffany Harricharian, Jason Chung;

12 -- Kylee Weir, Nelson Chung;

11 -- Jasper Culpepper, Lauren Borst.

RIDGESIDE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Clark Danks, Trey Danks, Finn Fitzsimmons, Madison Tumblin, Janelle Wigal;

18 -- Jane Anne Haywood;

17 -- Owen Williamson;

16 -- Sophia Alabarakat;

15 -- Ellie Gaffney, Hollis Gaffney, Camille Mason;

13 -- Cameron Powell;

12 -- Rowan Fitzsimmons, Nicholas Robinson, Elizabeth Hall, Nicole Blohm, Taylor Clarke;

10 -- Christopher Wuiley, Thomas Sell, Max Milam.

CUMBERLAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Abi Austin, Elaine MacDougall;

17 -- Brendan Green;

16 -- Ryan Berry;

11 -- Lucas Tomlinson, Colby Henry, Jordan Shone.

MOSBY PARK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Davina Sharma;

17 -- Caiden Cross, Anna Garner, Christian Torbett;

15 -- Julie Bryant, Haley Brock;

14.5 -- Brody Swafford;

14 -- Camren Davis, Brian Lineberry, Bristol Snider;

13 -- Knox Watson, Luke Hunt, Tanya Sharma, Ridge Asble;

12 -- Morgan Bundy, Eligio Urani;

11 -- Anna Harvey;

10 -- Brendan Ruckman, Mark Moshenskiy.

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@comcast.net)


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