2014 Chattanooga Area Swim League Standings

Thursday, July 10, 2014

                                  CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE STANDINGS

BLUE DIVISION

Dalton                   7-1

Signal Mountain    6-2

Ooltewah               4-4

Stuart Heights       3-5

Cleveland              0-8

RED DIVISION

Fairyland               8-0

Ringgold                6-2

Country Club         3-5

Waterdogs             3-5

Red Bank               0-8

WHITE DIVISION

Calhoun                 7-0

Ridgeside               6-2

Big Ridge               4-4

Cumberland           1-6

Fort Oglethorpe      1-7

MONDAY'S RESULTS

Dalton 413, Stuart Heights 337

Waterdogs 402, Red Bank 303

Fort Oglethorpe 410, Cumberland 292

Calhoun 432, Ridgeside 302

Ooltewah 431, Cleveland 324

SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY, JULY 8

Ringgold 392, Country Club 356

Big Ridge 179, Cumberland 112 (meet called after event 31 due to weather)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 9

Ringgold 444, Waterdogs 305

THURSDAY, JULY 10

Ooltewah 173, Dalton 166 (Dalton chose to let the partial score stand as final)

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 11-12

Bill Caulkins City Meet at Warner Park

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@comcast.net)

                                                           

 


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