CASL: Thursday's High-Point Scorers

Thursday, June 21, 2018

CUMBERLAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

None reported.

RIDGESIDE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Arianna Bond, Izzy Bauer, Drew Bond, Madeline Bond

17 – Beccan Fitzsimmons, Taj Goodman, Adelaide Bond, Jack Fitzsimmons

16 – Brynne Burkhart

15 – Alex Lowry

14 – Ryan Carpenter, Kathy Zeglen, Owen Eastman

13 – Asa Hedrick

12 – Erynn Whaley, Monica Suttles

11 – Wally Staszewski

10 – Ethan Bond, Aidan Parks, Finn Fitzsimmons, Maggie Akins.

CLEVELAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Jacob McDaniel, Breanna Belcher, Erin Lake, Charlie Chittum

18 – Trey Parris III

17 – Grayson Officer, Anna Thompson, Bryson Lake, Lauren Thompson, Allanah Freeman

15 – Becca Nolen

14 – Ava Claire Strange, Addie Taubert

13 – Owen Clemons

12 – Monroe Chittum, Ryder Finley, Luke Hunt

10 – Ashlin Harper, Emily Rollins.

BIG RIDGE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Evan Simpson, Abigail Keener, Ryder Wilburn

15 – Eli Haupert, Logan Carroll, Logan Urbanski

14 – Ryan Wilson, Millie Watson

13 – Robert Alford

12 – Emily Thomson

11 – Brylie Lankford

10 – Lander Smith, Brayden Walker, Caleb Sievers, Chapman Mathis.

RED BANK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

None reported.

WATERDOGS HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Brendon Ruckman, Jessica Landberg, Davina Sharma, Jae Dauphinais

18 – Anna Natter

17 – Gracelyn Dauphinais

16 – Martin Shapoval

15.5 – Jack Chandler

15 – Katie Estes, Xavier Ragin

14.5 – Brady Adams

13 – Madalyn Dauphinais, Pollianna Moshenskiy

12 – Anna Garner, Nikolai Shapoval, Noah Torchick

11.5 – Phillip Moshenskiy, Caiden Cross

11 – Andrew Ruckman, Kailey Ruckman.

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)



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