2nd Annual Chattanooga Diving League Championships Held At Baylor

Saturday, July 19, 2014

The 2nd Annual Chattanooga Diving League Championships were held Saturday morning at the Baylor School Natatorium.

Olympic Rings (OR) are new divers to the sport that do both dives and skills to complete their age group requirements.  

Junior Olympic (JO) divers are the divers that can do their age group requirements.

The Baylor Diving Club has qualified three divers who will participate in the 2014 AAU National Diving Championships at Georgia Tech next week.
 They are Natalie Smallen (10) and Kilie Wilson (10) both of whom will be competing on the 1-M and 3-M.  Josh Elliott has qualified on the 1-M only.

All three will compete on Tuesday with Natalie Smallen & Kilie Wilson competing on Wednesday morning.

 

16-18 Girls JO
1.  Kilie Wilson       Baylor  186.25
2.  Natalie Smallen Baylor   167.90

16-18 Boys JO

1.  Alex Grey  SM  205.45
2.  Josh Elliott Baylor 152.85

14-15 Boys JO

1.  Tyler Mathis Dalton 131.10
2. Hugh Steel  STH  96.20

12-13 Girls JO

1. Megan Burnette STH  135.50
2. Grace Hogue  SM  103.00
3. Sofia DeCredico STH  90.85

12-13 Boys JO

1. Jackson Ricketts CYF  111.05
2. Bretlin Barnett  dalton  104.25
3. Alec Coussoule Baylor  103.45

10-11 Girls JO

1. Haley Rice Baylor 100.35
2. Anastasia Fischer Baylor 95.20

10-11 Girls OR

1. Ellie Smith Baylor 104.00
2. Caroline Bowling Baylor 80.70
3. Rachel Young STH 70.50

10-11 Boys OR

1. Joe Warren STH 95.60

8-9 Girls OR

1. Violet DeCredico STH  54.80

8-9 Boys OR

1. Brock Smallen Baylor 55.00
2. Jaxon Graham Dalton 43.10

7 & U Girls JO

1. Alyssa Carlton STH 48.10

Masters 19 & UP Women

1. Sherry Harrington CYF  142.55
Masters Men 19 & UP

1. Eric Harrington CYF  223.15
2. Billy Mathis Dalton  184.55

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