High Pointers: Ridgeside 361, Cleveland 300 In CASL Meet

Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Final score - Ridgeside 361, Cleveland 300

Ridgeside Dolphins

10 points - Caroline Zimmerman, Rigby Lamar, Lea Goolsby, Kol Lea, Maggie Akins, Brynne Burkhart

12 points - Lizzie Jane Kinnamon, Mac Gentry, Finn Thompson

13 points - Elizabeth Grace Schraeder

14 points - Andrew Zimmerman, Max Wiley

15 points - Charlie Schraeder

16 points - Taj Goodman

18 points - Owen Eastman

19 points - Ryan Carpenter, Asa Hedrick

Cleveland Waterdogs

10 points - Anna Torchik, Audrey Torchik, Nikolai Shapoval

11 points - Pollianna Moshenskiy

12 points - Maddy Dauphinais, Jack Chandler

13 points - Levi Steve

14 points - Abby Anglin

15 points - Timothy Collier

17 points - Laura Ward

19 points - Grace Dauphinias 

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PHOTOS: 34th Annual Volleyball Choo Choo Play Day

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Prep Sports

PREP SCHEDULES

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PHOTOS: 34th Annual Volleyball Choo Choo Play Day

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