CASL: Monday's High-Point Scorers

Monday, June 24, 2019

BIG RIDGE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Alana Ratchford, Nathan Jungels, Caleb Aslinger

18 – Morgan Floyd

17 – Lander Smith, Katie White, Quinn Young

15 – Alex Pruett, Brayden Walker, Dylan Floyd, Ben Jungels

14 – Emily Thomson

13 – Amelia Hunt

12.5 – Chapman Mathis

12 – Ryan Wilson, Logan Carroll

11 – Marina Rodgers

10 – Sara Crane, Lily Urbanski, Alex Guo, Jordyn Coughlin.

CUMBERLAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Lydia Mizutani

17 – Aubrey Daniels

16 – Zach Schurr

13 – Kaden Rungruang, Jax Minor

12 – Olivia Suddeth, Noah Mizutani

11.5 – Kymiri Turner

10 – Jack Schurr, Emma Keach.

CATOOSA HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Emma Pulliam

18 – Keeley Mountjoy

17 – Colson Chappelear, Helen Webb

15 – Isaac Berry

14 – Tucker Pulliam

13 – Lisa Afonshina

12 – Mariana Easley.

STUART HEIGHTS HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Avery Wilson, Max Ransom, Luke Waldrep, Scout Chapin, Charlie Han

17 – Catherine Lynch, Johnny VonCanon, Sam Powe

15 – Cooper Lehman, Sam Flack

14 – Briley Kesler

12 – Georgia Smith, Bella Lehman, Emma Rucker, Molly Mae Ransom, Lanie Kok

11 – Lukas Kok

10 – Trey Lydon, Cori Hill, Charlotte Murphree.

CLEVELAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

17 – Monroe Chittum

15 – Breanna Belcher

14 – Charlie Chittum, Lauren Thomson

10 – Rebecca Nolen, Trey Parris III.

COUNTRY CLUB HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Paul Tran, Jared Foster, Ian Frakes, Katie Grace Tudor, Ryan Berry

18 – Kayla Lee

17 – Ian Jacobs, Erik Buntin, Sloane Graham

16 – Sofia Bell

15 – Nicholas Johnson, Thomas Gillenwater

14 – Caled Alameddine

13 – Emmy Richey, Vivian Vetzel, Ryan Ellis, Devon Frakes

12 – Raif Gork

11 – Eleanor Kates, John Preston Potter, Abi Markey

10 – Reese Rawls, Addie Tabibiazar, Nora Cate Armstrong, Keaton Furrow.

CALHOUN HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Claire Alexander, Will Eickman, Kamryn Brannen

16 – Harper Powell, Davis Ruddell, Lindsey Cox

15 – Morgan Cox, Matthew Petty

14 – Janey Kate King, Lainey Morris

13.5 – Brandon Webb

13 – Gabriel Howard, Abigail Reid

12 – Colin Wood, Zoe Tibbs

10.5 – Xander Phipps

10 – Annie Eickman, Isabella Pennel, Vivianne Funes, Reese Bagwell.

RED BANK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Noah Blake, Allie Thornbury

17 – Bri Rabon, Ben Meagher

16 – Ryan Granberry

15 – Brooks Easton

14 – Trevor Brooks, Caleb Grass

13 – Benton Bilbrey, Rebekah Fuller

11 – Eddie Birdsong Jr.

10 – Grace Condry.

DALTON HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Jonathan Shaheen

17 – Franco Valdez, Francis Cuaresma, London Wagner

16 – Micah Slemons

14 – Roman Valdez

13 – Rebecca Rios

12 – Alexis Vaughn, Luc Chenard

11 – Jonah Ogas, Bella Lee, Gavin Ollis, Georgia Grace Brackett

10 – Alondra Hart, Joy Lin, Henry Bethel.

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Ben Hardin, Jewel Gordon, Marley Degenhardt

17 – Lauren Walmsley, Sydney Gordon

16 – Belle Flasch

15 – Avery May, Keller Williamson

14 – Ashlyn Walmsley, Ben Flasch

13 – Audrey Rackel

12 – Nolan Bernard, Sam Laramore

11 – Jamee Mitchum

10 – Cecelia Porter, Jake Holmes, Noah Ennen, Henry Flasch, Will Tippett.

RIDGESIDE HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

15 – Annie Davis, Owen Eastman, Fiona Eastman

13 – Maggie Akins, Cole Lea

12 – Ryan Carpenter

11 – Beccan Fitzsimmons

10 – Judah Balazs, Abigail Carpenter, Maeve Fitzsimmons.

WATERDOGS HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Davina Sharma, Grace Dauphinais, Jae Dauphinais, Jack Chandler, Asher Williams

17 – Maddy Dauphinais, Kailey Ruckman, Caiden Cross

16 – Elijah Bean

15 – Brendon Ruckman, Jessica Landberg, Timothy Collier, Brady Adams

13 – Benjamin Williams

12 – Audrey Torchick, Shiloh Glasgow, Laura Ward, Anna Garner

11 – Momo Bundy, Mason Cross, Parker Evans

10 – Caden Leano, Anna Torchick.

(email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)


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