CASL: Monday's High-Point Scorers

Monday, July 8, 2019

OOLTEWAH HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Anna Boyd, Ethan Runkle

18 – Alejandro Garcia, Beck Seang

17 – Madelyn Weathers, Ava Grace Gipson, Makayla McInnes

14 – Leah Boyd, Jaxon Thurman

12 – Liam Runkle, Cheyenne Carver

11.5 – Emma Scruggs

11 – Charlie Whittle, Seth Dimmer

10 – Sara Pirtle.

STUART HEIGHTS HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Luke Waldrep, Scout Chapin, Charlie Han

17 – Ellie Lydon, Max Ransom, Ellie Waldrep

15 – Noah Althoff

14.5 – Sam Flack

14 – Reid Wilson

12 – Sam Powe, Joseph Myers, Reese Skiles

11 – Cooper Lehman

10.5 – Johnny VonCanon

10 – Charlotte Murphree, Ava McCoy, Parker Johnston.

RED BANK HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Tay Hurst

18 – Noah Blake

17 – Ben Meagher

15 – Shayne Pickering, Simon Bastnagel, Larkin Smith

14 – Benton Bilbrey, Ian Rabon, Trevor Brooks

13 – Caleb Grass, Ryan Granberry, Easton Brooks

12 – Thompson Guy

11 – Chris Lagorio, Connor Leming, Eddie Birdsong Jr.

10 – Zaibree Peckinpaugh, Rebecca Bruner.

CLEVELAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Monroe Chittum, Breanna Belcher, Lauren Thompson, Charlie Chittum

17 – Anna Thompson, Trey Parris III

16 – Norah Holt

15 – Silas Dunn, Rebecca Nolen, Luke Hunt

14 – Eva Lipscomb, Elijah Sluss

13 – Emily Rollins, Owen Clemons

12 – Addie Taubert

11 – Ivy Briggs, Ben Condo

10 – Ella Lipscomb, Estella Clemons, M.J. Miller.

FAIRYLAND HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Madeline Bond, Teddy Wingfield, Adelaide Bond, Hank Wingfield

18 – Ellie Taliaferro

17 – Frances Bohner, Will Jackson

15 – Sammy Jackson, Caroline Barnes

14 – Harrison Barnes, Evelyn Stein

13 – Wilder Wingfield

12 – Drew Bond, Catherine Carr

11 – Campbell Naggar, Ben Bevill

10 – Kent Wingfield.

CALHOUN HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Kamryn Brannen

17 – Brandon Webb, Claire Alexander

16 – Joshua Lee

15 – Morgan Cox, Matthew Petty

14 – Lindsey Cox, Phoebe Reid

13 – Colin Wood, Harper Powell, Annie Eickman

12 – Gabriel Howard

11 – Lainey Morris, Elliot Stephens

10 – Garrett Hasty.

DALTON HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Roman Valdez, Franco Valdez, Carlin Hudson, London Wagner

17 – Luc Chenard, Rebecca Rios, Jonathan Shaheen, Payton Woodring

15 – Brynlee Chlebisch, Cole Withrow

13 – Owen Smitherman

12 – Jacob Moore, Francis Cuaresma, Anthony Calderon-Schuler, Georgia Grace Brackett, Micah Slemons

11 – Alexis Vaughn, Oscar Chenard

10 – Hannah Smith, Lillian Withrow, Carson Vaughn, Julian Hernandez, Amy Lynn Hoeng.

CATOOSA HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

19 – Keeley Mountjoy, Emma Pulliam

17 – Allie O’Donnell, Helen Webb

16 – Colson Chappelear

15 – Joel Motter

13 – Reece Gallagher, Isaac Berry

12 – Evie Robison, Lulu Parkhill

11 – Callahan Tweed

10 – Will Riddell, Emma Bradford, Everett Healey.

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)


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