2014 Chattanooga Area Swim League Standings

Thursday, July 10, 2014

                                  CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE STANDINGS


Dalton                   7-1

Signal Mountain    6-2

Ooltewah               4-4

Stuart Heights       3-5

Cleveland              0-8


Fairyland               8-0

Ringgold                6-2

Country Club         3-5

Waterdogs             3-5

Red Bank               0-8


Calhoun                 7-0

Ridgeside               6-2

Big Ridge               4-4

Cumberland           1-6

Fort Oglethorpe      1-7


Dalton 413, Stuart Heights 337

Waterdogs 402, Red Bank 303

Fort Oglethorpe 410, Cumberland 292

Calhoun 432, Ridgeside 302

Ooltewah 431, Cleveland 324


Ringgold 392, Country Club 356

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


Ringgold 444, Waterdogs 305


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


Bill Caulkins City Meet at Warner Park

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