2014 Bill Caulkins City Meet Swim Results

CASL Season-Ending Meet Concluded Saturday At Warner Park

Saturday, July 12, 2014

FINAL TEAM SCORES: 1. Dalton 2380; 2. Signal Mountain 2032; 3. Ooltewah 1631; 4. Stuart Heights 1454; 5. Fairyland 1140; 6. Ringgold 700; 7. Cleveland 665; 8. Big Ridge 456; 9. Country Club 426.5; 10. Fort Oglethorpe 328.5; 11. Waterdogs 315; 12. Red Bank 238; 13. Cumberland 118; 14. Calhoun 117; 15. Ridgeside 116.

INDIVIDUAL HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

8 & UNDER GIRLS --  1.

Mae Mae Powe (Big Ridge) 97, 2. Julia Quernemoen (Big Ridge) 83

8 & UNDER BOYS  -- 1. Ben Bevill (Fairyland) 100; 2. Cole Withrow (Dalton) 88

9-10 GIRLS – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 100; 2. Leah Boyd (Ooltewah) 87

9-10 BOYS – 1. Will Haley (Dalton) 93; 2. Sam Powe (Big Ridge) 91

11-12 GIRLS – 1. Grayson Payne (Cleveland) 100; 2. Stephanie Xian (Signal Mountain) 77

11-12 BOYS – 1. Emilio Valdez (Dalton) 100; 2. Kyle Berry (Fort Oglethorpe) 80

13-14 GIRLS – 1. Gwennie Davis (Stuart Heights) 97; 2. Jillian Cantrell (Ooltewah) 78

13-14 BOYS – 1. Peter Dyr (Ooltewah) 88; 2. Raul Valdez (Dalton) and Gabriel Johnson (Ringgold) tied with 76.5

15-18 GIRLS – 1. Susanna LaRochelle (Signal Mountain) 97; 2. Kristen Myers (Fairyland) 91

15-18 BOYS – 1. Sam McHugh (Signal Mountain) 94; 2. Ethan Young (Dalton) 83.5

 

INDIVIDUAL EVENT WINNERS:

8 & UNDER GIRLS

25 FLY – 1. Mae Mae Powe (Big Ridge) 16.86

25 FREE – 1. Mae Mae Powe (Big Ridge) 15.57

25 BACK – 1. Laken Coppenger (Signal Mountain) 18.53

100 FREE RELAY – 1. Stuart Heights 1:16.88

 

8 & UNDER BOYS

25 FLY – 1. Ben Bevill (Fairyland) 16.54

25 FREE – 1. Ben Bevill (Fairyland) 15.50

25 BACK – 1. Ben Bevill (Fairyland) 20.52

100 FREE RELAY – Dalton 1:08.85

 

9-10 GIRLS

50 FLY – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 29.57 (breaks old record of 29.83)

50 FREE – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 27.89

50 BACK – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 32.17 (breaks old record of 32.21)

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Ooltewah 2:07.99

 

9-10  BOYS

50 FLY – 1. Sam Powe (Big Ridge) 32.22

50 FREE – 1. Will Haley (Dalton) 29.15

50 BACK – 1. Jacob McDaniel (Cleveland) 35.21

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton 2:05.32

 

11-12 GIRLS

50 FLY – 1. Grayson Payne (Cleveland) 27.91

50 FREE – 1. Grayson Payne (Cleveland) 26.61

50 BACK – 1. Grayson Payne (Cleveland) 28.55 (breaks old record of 28.78)

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Signal Mountain 1:51.60

 

11-12 BOYS

50 FLY – 1. Emilio Valdez (Dalton) 26.64

50 FREE – 1. Emilio Valdez (Dalton) 25.09

50 BACK – 1. Emilio Valdez (Dalton) 28.66

200 FREE RELAY – Dalton 1:52.12

 

13-14 GIRLS

50 FLY – 1. Gwennie Davis (Stuart Heights) 27.65

50 FREE – 1. Gwennie Davis (Stuart Heights) 26.23

50 BACK – Jillian Cantrell (Ooltewah) 30.00

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Stuart Heights 1:48.15

 

13-14 BOYS

50 FLY – 1. Alex Mashburn (Dalton) 25.66

50 FREE – 1. Luke Massey (Red Bank) 24.03

50 BACK – 1. Raul Valdez (Dalton) 27.02

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton 1:37.36 (breaks old record of 1:37.92)

 

15-18 GIRLS

50 FLY – 1. Kristen Myers (Fairyland) 25.81

50 FREE – 1. Susanna LaRochelle (Signal Mountain) 24.08

50 BACK – 1. Susanna LaRochelle (Signal Mountain) 27.21

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Signal Mountain 1:40.94 (breaks old record of 1:43.00)

 

15-18 BOYS

50 FLY – 1. Sam McHugh (Signal Mountain) 23.53

50 FREE – 1. Will Raines (Stuart Heights) 22.04

50 BACK – 1. Ethan Young (Dalton) 23.68

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Stuart Heights 1:29.30

 


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