CASL Swimming Scores and High Scorers

Friday, June 8, 2018

Chattanooga Golf and Country Club 407 
Cleveland Aqua Tigers 364

Chattanooga High Scorers: 
19 - Addie Margio, Margaret Anne Hudson
17 - Jared Foster
15 - Caroline Schenck
14 - Helen Kates, Thomas Gillenwater, John Preston Potter, Emmy Richey
12 - Ian Jacobs, Robert Buntin
11 - Lorelei Jacobs
10 - Ezekial House, Jane Becksvoort, Vivian Vetzel, Ryan Berry

Calhoun Barracudas 262
Signal Mountain Green Giants 500

Signal High Scorers: 
15 - Laken Coppinger, KaraLin Hoover, Grayson Rock, Aidan Sims, Luke Smiley, Jack Smith
13 - Jewel Gordon, Jake Holmes, Vincent Porter
12 - Belle Flash
11 - Jude Smith
10 - Audrey Rackel

Ooltewah 404
Dalton 350 

Dalton High Scorers:
17 - Bella Lee, Carlin Hudson, London Wagner, Francis Luciel Cuaresma
5 - Cole Withrow
14 - Jonathan Shaheen
13 - Gracison Saylors
12 - Carson Vaughn, Emilio Valdez, Henry Bethel, Franco Valdez, Bruno Valdez
11.5 - Gavin Ollis 
11 - Grace Pleasant

Ooltewah High Scorers: 
19 - Leah Boyd, Anna Boyd
17 - Brighton Smith, Sarah Sabou
16 - Hardy Jones
15 - Noah Holliman 
14 - Ava Grace Gipson
13 - Madelyn Weathers, Nolan Holt
12.5- Emma Scruggs
12 - Sannah Inman, Taylor Reyes, Jill Cantrell, Jed Holliman, Keilah Holliman
11. 5 - David Sabou

Catoosa 470
Big Ridge 291

Big Ridge High Scorers: 
19 - Adelyn Simpson  
17 - Nathan Jungels, 
16 - Christopher Farnham
14 - Evan Simpson, Quinn Young 
11 - Logan Carroll


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County Schools To Push Forward With Equity Effort; Magnet Schools To Get More Diversity With Lottery Change

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Roy Exum: Dear Faux Pelini

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