Winners Announced For Chattanooga Area Diving League Championship

Friday, July 19, 2013

Winners were announced for the championship for the Chattanooga Area Diving League.

The event was Saturday on Signal Mountain.

Chattanooga Area Diving League

Championship
Signal Mountain Pool
July 19, 2013

Junior Olympic Division 1-M
Senior Men Open

1.
Eric Harrington CYF 234.15
2. Brendan Taylor CGCC 160.30

Senior Women Open

1. Sherry Harrington CYF 160.00

16-18 Boys

1. Alec Chennault CGCC 242.20
2. Ryan Smith Stuart Heights 240.40

16-18 Girls

1. Kelsey Young Baylor 231.35
2. Hannah Land CGCC 195.90

14-15 Boys

1. Alex Gray Signal Mountain 149.05
2. Sumner Smith Stuart Heights 147.30

12-13 Boys

1. Josh Elliott Baylor 119.75

12-13 Girls

1. Eva Binder Baylor 127.90

10-11 Girls

1. Natalie Smallen Baylor 98.05
2. Avery Wilkinson CYF 65.60

9 & U Girls

1. Kilie Wilson Baylor 83.40

Senior Synchronized Diving Division

1. Ryan Smith Stuart Heights/Alec Chennault CGCC 143.75
2. Eric Harrington CYF/Brendan Taylor CGCC 138.25
3. Hannah Land CGCC/Kelsey Young Baylor 135.35
4. Alex Gray Signal Mountain/Ed Jolley Signal Mountain 125.80

Junior Synchronized Diving Division

1. Natalie Smallen Baylor/Eva Binder Baylor 125.65
2. Josh Elliot Baylor/Kilie Wilson Baylor 114.90
3. Avery Wilkinson CYF/Jackson Ricketts CYF 77.80

Olympic Rings Division 1-M

12-13 Boys

1. Alex Moore Signal Mountain 79.60

10-11 Boys

1. Jackson Ricketts CYF 50.60

9 & U Boys

1. Matthew Sellers CYF 57.60

9 & U Girls

1. Ellie Smith Signal Mountain 56.60

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