Ringgold Improves To 4-2 With Win Over Red Bank

Thursday, July 3, 2014 - by Special to the Chattanoogan.com

The Ringgold Tiger Sharks improved to 4-2 in the Chattanooga Area Swim League's Red Division following a 447-284 victory over the Red Bank Gators on Wednesday in a makeup meet.

Emma Pulliam, Evan Wingrove and Jon Lancaster all had the maximum 19 points for Ringgold while Dallas Woods had the same total for the Gators.

Red Bank will conclude its regular season with a meet in Cleveland against the Waterdogs on Monday while Ringgold's season will end with a meet at Country Club on Tuesday.

Both teams will be involved in the annual City Meet on July 11-12 at Warner Park.

RINGGOLD HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Emma Pulliam, Evan Wingrove, Jon Lancaster

18 -- Tori Rhinehart

17 -- Regan Wingrove, Sarah Beth Moore, Will Gurley, Kale Davis, Gabriel Johnson

16 -- Evan Moeller

15 -- Will Riddell

14 -- Daniel Patouga, Easton Odonnell, Hardy Jones

13 -- Alex Van Alstine, Pierce Lively, John Courtney

12 -- Isabella Sweat

11 -- Saulye Nichols, Rylee Odonnell

10 -- Lindsay Hudson, Tim Grayson

RED BANK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 -- Dallas Woods

17 -- Amelia Harris

15 -- Michaela Massey

14 -- Conner Boerschig

13 -- Luke Massey, Chase Garner, Catherine Lynch, Macie Meyners

11 -- Kate Schlegel

10 -- Linsy Devlin

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@Comcast.net)


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