CASL: Monday's High-Point Scorers

Monday, June 10, 2019


19 – Molly Mae Ransom, Scout Chapin

18 – Luke Waldrep

17 – Ellie Waldrep, Sam Flack, Charlie Han

16 – Reese Skiles, Lukas Kok

14 – Reid Wilson

13 – Sam Powe

12 – Roee Chapin, Max Ransom,

11 – Parker Johnston, Kai Chapin, Charlotte Murphree, Joseph Myers

10 – Conner McCoy, Cori Hill.


17 – Jack Kirby, Sydney Gordon, Ben Hardin

16 – Belle Flasch

15 – Jewel Gordon

14 – Will Tippett

13 – Jamee Mitchum, Avery May, Marley Degenhardt

12 – Henry Flasch, Hannah Laramore

11 – Laken Coppinger, Ashlyn Walmsley, Cecelia Porter

10 – Katherine Stark.


19 – Harrison Barnes

18 – Will Jackson, Frances Bohner

17 – Bo Ozburn

16 – Sammy Jackson

15 – Ellie Taliaferro

11 – Ben Bevill

10 – Bella McBryar, Vika Wardell.


19 – Katie Grace Tudor, Ryan Berry, Caroline Schenck, Jared Foster

17 – Sloane Graham

16 – Erik Buntin, Sofia Bell

15 – Lydia Bohannon, Addie Margio, Emerson Doty

14 – Conor Kinley, Ian Jacobs

13 – Margaret Anne Hudson, Kyle Berry

12 – Will Bertani

11 – Abi Markey, Kayla Lee

10 – Emmy Richey, John Preston Potter, Paul Tran, Erol House, Rem Markey, Keaton Furrow.


19 – Lydia Mizutani

15 – Maddi McKinney, Olivia Suddeth, Zach Schurr

13 – Emma Keach

12 – Kymiri Turner

11 – Noah Mizutani

10 – Jack Schurr.


19 – Caleb Aslinger, Alana Ratchford, Nathan Jungels, Quinn Young, Katie White

17 – Lander Smith, Alex Pruett, Gavin Cosley

15 – Reagan Wilson, Ryder Wilburn, Ben Jungels

14.5 – Abigail Keener

14 – Morgan Floyd, Dylan Floyd, Emily Thomson

13 – Catherine Upchurch, Chapman Mathis

12 – Sara Crane, Logan Carroll

11 – Logan Urbanski

10 – Millie Watson, Chris Tate, Dylan Sprinz.


19 – Davina Sharma

18 – Jae Dauphinais

17 – Caiden Cross, Laura Ward, Grace Dauphinais

15 – Benjamin Williams, Elijah Bean

14 – Maddy Dauphinais

13 – Brady Adams

12.5 – Timothy Collier

12 – Levi Steve, Mason Cross

11 – Noah Thornton, Sarah Silvenis

10.5 – Will Fowler

10 – Emilie Thompson.


18 – Fiona Eastman

15 – Alex Lowry, Owen Eastman, Ryan Carpenter

14 – Abigail Carpenter, Maggie Akins

13 – Ella Wiley, Beccan Fitzsimmons, Brynne Burkhart

12 – Max Wiley, Annie Davis, Burke Murphy

11 – Taj Goodman

10 – Izzy Bauer, Asa Hedrick.


19 – Noah Holliman, Garet Gipson, Ava Grace Gipson, Makayla McInnes

17 – Jilli Cantrell, Kian Bontrager, Leah Boyd, Liam Runkle, Anna Boyd

15 – Sofia Kim, Madelyn Weathers, Ethan Runkle, Natalia Celis

14 – Nate Selander, Othniel Kim, Alejandro Garcia

13 – Seth Dimmer, James Bechtol, Beack Seang

12 – Susannah Inman

10 – Kyle Powroznik, Carmyn Watkins, Lily Parr, Hardy Jones, Connor Young, Keilah Holliman.


19 – Reece Gallagher

17 – Emma Pulliam, Lisa Afonshina

13 – Helen Webb, Will Riddell

10 – Mariana Easley, Colson Chappelear, Isaac Berry, Keeley Mountjoy, Henry Webb.

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