Chattanooga Area Swim League

Current Standings, Monday's Results & Upcoming Schedule

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE

BLUE DIVISION: 1. Ooltewah 8-0; 1. Stuart Heights 5-3; 3. Signal Mountain 4-4; 4. Dalton 2-5; 5. Calhoun 0-7.

RED DIVISION: 1. Catoosa  6-1; 2. Country Club 6-2; 3. Fairyland 5-3; 4. Cleveland 2-5; 5. Big Ridge 0-8.

WHITE DIVISION: 1. Red Bank 7-1, 2. Waterdogs  5-3; 3. Ridgeside 3-4; 4. Cumberland 0-7.  

MONDAY'S RESULTS 

Fairyland 389, Cleveland 353

Country Club 451, Catoosa 360

Ooltewah 409.5, Stuart Heights 383.5

Dalton at Calhoun

Red Bank 447, Cumberland 250

TUESDAY'S RESULT

Country Club 527, Big Ridge 253

FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 13-14

Bill Caulkins City Meet at Fort Oglethorpe.

(email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)



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