CASL City Meet Team Scores, High Points & Event Winners

Saturday, July 14, 2018

FINAL TEAM SCORES: 1. Dalton 2,201; 2. Ooltewah 1,954.5; 3. Signal Mountain 1,929; 4. Stuart Heights 1,907.5; 5. Country Club 1,179.5; 6. Cleveland 776; 7. Fairyland 631; 8. Catoosa 480; 9. Ridgeside 447; 10. Waterdogs 394; 11. Red Bank 352.5; 12. Cumberland 232; 13. Big Ridge 223.

HIGH-POINT SCORERS:

GIRLS 6 & UNDER: 1. Keilah Holliman (Ooltewah) 40; 2. Addie Taubert (Cleveland) and Allie O'Donnell (Catoosa) tied with 33.

GIRLS 8 & UNDER: 1. Georgia Smith (Stuart Heights) 95; 2. Bella McBryar (Fairyland) 85.

GIRLS 9-10: 1. Anna Boyd (Ooltewah) 94; 2. Sofia Bell (Country Club) and Gracison Saylors (Dalton) tied with 83.

GIRLS 11-12: 1. Madeline Bond (Ridgeside) 93; 2. Scout Chapin (Stuart Heights) 87.

GIRLS 13-14: 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 97; 2. Leah Boyd (Ooltewah) 88.

SENIOR GIRLS: 1. Ellie Waldrep (Stuart Heights) 91; 2. Jewel Gordon (Signal Mountain) 90.

BOYS 6 & UNDER: 1. Easton Brooks (Red Bank) 40; 2. Ezekiel House (Country Club) 33.

BOYS 8 & UNDER: 1. Noah Holliman (Ooltewah) 100; 2. Thomas Gillenwater (Country Club) 73.

BOYS 9-10: 1. Jed Holliman (Ooltewah) 96; 2. Bryson Lake (Cleveland) 87.

BOYS 11-12: 1. Francis Cuaresma (Dalton) 94; 2. Cole Withrow (Dalton) 91.

BOYS 13-14: 1. Roman Valdez (Dalton) 96; 2. Sam Powe (Stuart Heights) 87.

SENIOR BOYS: 1. Jonathan Shaheen (Dalton) 95.5; 2. Jake Marcum (Ooltewah) 82.

SATURDAY’S EVENT WINNERS

GIRLS 6 & UNDER

25 Free – 1. Keilah Holliman (Ooltewah) 19.01 (broke her own meet record of 20.22 seconds)

25 Back – 1. Allie O’Donnell (Catoosa) 27.64

GIRLS 8 & UNDER

25 FLY – 1. Georgia Smith (Stuart Heights) 18.50

25 FREE – 1. Bella McBryar (Fairyland) 16.28

25 BACK – 1. Marydee Barnett (Signal Mountain) 20.80

100 FREE RELAY – 1. Signal Mountain 1:13.12

GIRLS 9-10

50 FLY – 1. Hunter Shaw (Stuart Heights) 32.18

50 FREE – 1. Madilyn McKinney (Cumberland) 30.26

50 BACK – 1. Sofia Bell (Country Club) 34.90

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Ooltewah 2:12.21

GIRLS 11-12

50 FLY – 1. Scout Chapin (Stuart Heights) 28.27

50 FREE – 1. Madeline Bond (Ridgeside) 26.22

50 BACK – 1. London Wagner (Dalton) 30.67

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton

GIRLS 13-14

50 FLY – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 25.51 (broke own record of 26.32 seconds)

50 FREE – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 23.91 (broke own record of 24.27 seconds)

50 BACK – 1. Ellie Taliaferro (Fairyland) 28.29

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Ooltewah

SENIOR GIRLS

50 FLY – 1. Ellie Waldrep (Stuart Heights) 25.27 (broke old record of 25.44 seconds)

50 FREE – 1. Jewel Gordon (Signal Mountain) 24.71

50 BACK – 1. Ellie Waldrep (Stuart Heights) 25.11 (broke old record of 26.97 seconds)

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Signal Mountain

BOYS 6 & UNDER

25 Free – 1. Easton Brooks (Red Bank) 18.09 (broke old record of 19.31 seconds)

25 Back – 1. Easton Brooks (Red Bank) 26.32

BOYS 8 & UNDER

25 FLY – 1. Noah Holliman (Ooltewah) 17.39

25 FREE – 1. Will White (Stuart Heights) 16.83

25 BACK – 1. Noah Holliman (Ooltewah) 20.71

100 FREE RELAY – 1. Signal Mountain 1:17.04

BOYS 9-10

50 FLY – 1. Jed Holliman (Ooltewah) 33.30

50 FREE – 1. Jed Holliman (Ooltewah) 29.70

50 BACK – 1. Bryson Lake (Cleveland) 35.35

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Ooltewah 2:18.66

BOYS 11-12

50 FLY – 1. Francis Cuaresma (Dalton) 28.90

50 FREE – 1. Cole Withrow (Dalton) 25.79

50 BACK – 1. Franco Valdez (Dalton) 30.99

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton

BOYS 13-14

50 FLY – 1. Roman Valdez (Dalton) 24.34

50 FREE – 1. Roman Valdez (Dalton) 22.62

50 BACK – 1. Sam Powe (Stuart Heights) 25.05 (broke old record of 25.39 seconds)

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton

SENIOR BOYS

50 FLY – 1. Jonathan Shaheen (Dalton) 23.35

50 FREE – 1. Luke Massey (Red Bank) 21.92

50 BACK – 1. Jake Marcum (Ooltewah) 24.25

200 FREE RELAY – 1. Dalton.

(email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)



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