Chattanooga Area Diving League Launched

Friday, June 14, 2013

The Chattanooga Area Diving League is off and running.  The new league had its first meet at the Signal Mountain Parks and Recreation pool on Friday morning. 

 Competition started at 10 :a.m.  

Chattanooga Area Diving League
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Week # 1 Results

9 & U Girls

1.
Kilie Wilson     62.2   B
2. Ellie Smith       43.5  SM

9 & U Boys

1. Sam Rutledge  49.6  STH

!0-11 Girls

1. Cecilia Porter   50.2  SM
2. Avery Wilkerson47.5 CYF

10-11 Boys

1. Jackson Ricketts 49.5 CYF

12-13 Girls

1. Eva Binder        117.4  B
2. Natalie Smallen 114.5  B

12-13 Boys

1. Josh Elliott        100.2  B
2. James Badger     72.9  STH
3. Gavin Wall          60.9  SM

14-15 Boys

1. Sumner Smith       116.7  STH
2. Eamoul McFadden 114.5  STH
3. Alex Grey              110.25 SM
4. Alex Moore              55.5  SM

16-18 Girls

1. Emily Pelletier           136.45  B

16-18 Boys

1. Ryan Smith               133.4  STH
2. Alec Chennault          125.05 CGCC

Women Senior Open

Sherry Harrington           96.15  CYF

Men Senior Open

Eric Harrington             151.45  CYF

Chattanooga Area Diving League Participating Teams:

Baylor                                               B
Chattanooga Golf & Country Club CGCC
Cumberland Youth Foundation        CYF
Signal Mountain                             SM
Stuart Hieghts                              STH

North Georgia Diving Team (Dalton) will be participating starting next week.

The Chattanooga Area Diving League's (CADL) next meet will be at The Baylor School Natatorium Friday June 21.  Competition starts at 12:00 noon.

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