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Spartans grab first victory; Summit sweeps ‘Border Battle’

By Maurice Patton

THOMPSONS STATION — Coming off an “embarrassing” midweek loss, Summit overcame a second-quarter scoring drought and stopped a six-game season-opening slide Friday night by defeating host Independence 57-50 in the renewal of the Border Battle.

The Spartans, a Class AAA sectional qualifier a year ago, got 18 points from junior Destin Wade and 16 from Tre Hunter in the road win – their first outing since falling 75-31 Tuesday at District 11-AAA rival Franklin.

“Tuesday was just a total embarrassment to everybody associated with Summit basketball,” second-year Spartans coach Jim Fey said after his team improved to 1-6 (1-3). “We worked really hard the last couple of days to regroup. Wednesday was OK, Thursday was pretty good, we came out strong (Friday). We had some lulls, offensively and defensively, that made it tough.”

Tre Hunter lays in two of his 16 points Friday night as Summit picked up its first victory of the season in a 57-50 decision at District 11-AAA and south Williamson County rival Independence. (Photo by Ric Beu / SM-Tn Sports)

Summit took control behind back-to-back Wade 3-pointers and a pair of Konata Werts free throws in the opening two-plus minutes – but had nothing to show for it, literally, because of a scoreboard malfunction.

“That gave us some momentum, but the scoreboard is part of the game as well,” Fey said. “If you look up there and the other team is scoring and you’re not, it can put some pressure on you. If it’s 0-0, you’re not even worried about it. You don’t know what the score is. You’re just playing.”

Leading 19-11 at the end of the opening quarter (with the scoreboard addressed), Summit was unable to add to its total for much of the second period – going nearly six minutes without a point as Independence (6-6, 3-3) scored 13 unanswered, before a Wade low-post basket made it a 24-21 game in favor of the hosts.

With a pair of free throws down the stretch and a backdoor layup before intermission, Wade had 14 points and the game was knotted at 29.

“After the loss to Franklin, how bad we lost, we came with a different mindset,” Wade said. “Coach Fey coached us up, and I think we executed pretty well. We got to the basket, made good passes, got good ball movement. Turnovers hurt us (in the second quarter).”

River Katina helped keep the contest close for the Eagles in the second half, scoring in the paint late in the third period to tie the game at 43 and converting a reverse layup midway through the fourth for a 48-all deadlock. From there, though, Hunter scored six of Summit’s final seven points to help seal the victory.

“In the second half, Tre was really good,” Fey said. “He can handle the ball, and he can really play all five positions.”

Katina finished with 18 points to lead Independence in the loss.

“They’re a very talented team,” Eagles coach Doug Keil said. “Give them credit. They came in and did what they wanted to accomplish.

“(For us) it’s another bump in the road. We’ve got to learn to fight and keep working to improve.”

Tough times continue: Summit (9-3, 4-0) was able to get its reserves some time with a 63-23 victory in the girls contest, as Independence slipped to 1-11 (0-4).

Cydney Wright responded with a game-high 16 points off the bench, with starters Delaney Noe and Ellie Colson adding 14 and 12, respectively.

Summit’s Cydney Wright (15) battles Independence’s Leah Oubre (3) for a loose ball. Wright scored a game-high 16 points Friday night as the Lady Spartans won 63-23. (Photo by Ric Beu / SM-Tn Sports)

“It was a good opportunity for us to try to develop some depth, get some young kids some reps,” Lady Spartans coach John Wild said. “Down the line, we’re going to need Emma Kate (Bratton), we’re going to need Cydney. This was extremely valuable for our program.”

Eva Nichols, with seven points, led Independence offensively.

“Out of 14 healthy players, 12 are freshmen and sophomores,” Indy coach Mary Beth White said. “We’ve got quite a few that aren’t ready to play varsity ball. But our turnover ratio was lower than it’s been in a long time.

“We’ve got two freshman point guards (Claudia Chilton, Jayla Miller), and they’ve normally struggled to take care of the ball. This was probably their best game in terms of taking care of the ball and attacking. We ran our offense, we got good shots. We didn’t hit them, but we got good shots.”

Next up: Independence’s girls will meet visiting Spring Hill in a single game Tuessday, then continue league play as Brentwood visits in a Friday doubleheader. Summit hosts Page Tuesday before traveling Friday to Dickson County in a couple of twinbills.

Summit boys 57, Independence 50

S 19 10 16 12 – 57
I 11 18 15 6 – 50

Summit (57) – Andrew Smith 3, Destin Wade 18, Keaten Wade 5, Bradley Stewart 2, Caleb Jolley 5, Tre Hunter 16, Konata Werts 8
Independence (50) – Colin Upright 1, Jett Montgomery 8, Tyus Anderson 4, Sam Womack 4, Jaxson Campbell 2, River Katina 18, Cameron Bell 8, Justin Miles 5
3-pointers – Summit 3 (Smith, D. Wade 2), Independence 3 (Montgomery, Katina 2)

Summit girls 63, Independence 23

S 16 11 23 13 – 63
I 4 4 9 6 – 23

Summit (63) – Lily Driscoll 2, Myah Kratzig 6, Delaney Noe 14, Kayla Northrup 2, Bergen Allee 3, Claudette Runk 4, Cydney Wright 16, Ellie Colson 12, Jaidyn Ramzy 2, Nicole Rizane 2
Independence (23) – Jayla Miller 1, Leah Oubre 5, Eva Nichols 7, Claudia Chilton 3, Emma Meinhardt 2, Ryan Brown 3, Cristy Martinez 2
3-pointers – Summit 4 (Noe 3, Allee), Independence 2 (Oubre, Chilton)

Lighter pockets for area officials after fee reductions

By Maurice Patton

High school sports haven’t been spared by the financial implications of the ongoing pandemic – as basketball officials recently learned.

Soon after Governor Bill Lee’s announcement of Executive Order No. 70 on Dec. 20, addressing attendance restrictions for the next month, concerns were expressed by various schools regarding officials’ game fees.

Those concerns resulted in the Jan. 1 announcement by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association that varsity game fees would be reduced, beginning on Jan. 4 and continuing through the end of regular-season play, by $25 dollars – from $105 to $80 for doubleheaders and from $75 to $50 for single games, based on the standard three-person crews.

“When the Governor’s order came down, there was … a good reduction of the number of people that could come into the gym to watch games,” said Gene Menees, assistant executive director of the TSSAA in charge of basketball. “We started getting some communication from schools about, ‘our gates have already been cut a lot; could we work two-person crews?’. For two, the fee is $115 per, which would be a savings of $80 per night, but the way the kids are playing, going up and down, it would be hard for two to keep up any more.

“The consensus was, if we could stay at three and possibly reduce the rate a little, that would help schools out.”

Following a recent decision by the TSSAA, officials game fees have been reduced by $25 for the remainder of the regular season, although a number of area schools are continuing to honor the originally set fees. (Courtesy photo by Buffy Holt)

Menees said he spoke to representatives from each of the state’s 12 high school basketball officials associations – including the South Central, which serves Maury County and most of the surrounding schools – before any decision was made.

Whether those association supervisors or assignors made the officials aware of the development is up for debate, however.

“I had no idea, no clue that they had even talked about it,” said Corey Massey, a veteran official of nearly 20 years from Columbia. “We get an e-mail from (South Central supervisor Thomas Ray Frierson) that the rate had been changed. We had no indication at all that they were having a meeting, never gave us any type of word that they were even talking about knocking our pay (down).

“Before the Governor’s order came out, TSSAA had made recommendations of half-capacity, limiting attendance to two family members per player. Schools were already doing that. They knew from the start of the season that they were going to be limited in guests anyway. We signed a contract at the beginning of the year as independent contractors … stating our fees were going to be $105 a night, then out of nowhere we get an e-mail stating we’ve been bumped to $80.”

In response, though, a number of schools – including Columbia Academy and Zion Christian Academy – have compensated officials at the originally agreed-upon rate and intend to continue to do so.

“We’re going to lose money. It’s not anybody’s fault; it is what it is,” Zion boys basketball coach and athletics director Derek Boyd said. “But we felt like on our end, it’s the right thing to do and what our school stands behind. They come out in a pandemic and do this nightly, taking time away from their families, and we feel like it’s the right thing for us to do.”

With attracting and retaining game officials already a concern, the decision to reduce game fees nearly 25 percent – even for a relatively short period of time – would appear somewhat counterproductive.

“Referees, having a shortage, has been a concern the last three or four years,” Columbia Academy AD Pernell Knox said. “We budget for referees and what they make. I can’t say it’s hurting us.”

“I’m sure there’s concern about trying to be able to pay officials and break even on games. That’s why I’d guess there was a reduction,” Maury County Public Schools AD Chris Poynter said. “(But) if I’m an official, losing funds may cause some officials to reconsider officiating.”

Menees did stress that the previously established game fees will resume at the start of postseason play, and Massey expressed that the money, per se, isn’t the issue.

“They didn’t cut football officials, they didn’t cut volleyball officials. Why all of a sudden come hit the basketball officials?” he said. “Are they cutting security? Are they cutting custodians’ pay? Or are they just cutting the officials?”

In the end, Boyd said, all that matters is providing the athletes an opportunity to compete.

“We’re all trying to negotiate through these uncharted waters and trying to make it through the best we can,” he said. “These officials feel like they’re putting themselves on the line, masking up and coming out. We know if they hadn’t done that, we wouldn’t be playing.”

Tuesday on the hardwood

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Richland 73, Huntland 48

R 18 13 22 20 73
H 18 17 5 8 48

Richland (73) – Gracie Braden 6, Katie Garner 11, Jesse Jennings 24, Kristen Garner 14, Allie Garner 12, Shelby Higgins 6
Huntland (48) – Maddux Golden 2, Anna Stevenson 13, Joey May 4, Ashlyn Danby 5, Loan McLenney 6, Brooklyn Morris 3, Bailey Morris 2, Kami Riley 11, Aysis Williams 2
3-pointers – Richland 7 ( Kr. Garner 3, Jennings 3, Higgins), Huntland 5 (Stevenson 3, May, Danby)

Summit 58, Franklin 41

S 17 15 18 8 58
F 9 12 9 11 41

Summit (58) – Lily Driscoll 3, Delaney Noe 15, Bergen Allee 6, Claudette Runk 11, Ellie Colson 9, Jaidyn Ramzy 6, Nicole Rizane 8
Franklin (41) – Brenna Swiger 6, Kate O’Neill 31, Dylanna Garner 4
3-pointers – Summit 13 (Driscoll, Ramzy, Noe 5, Alle 2, Runk 2, Rizane 2) Franklin 1 (O’Neill)

Dickson Co. 50, Independence 22

D 13 4 22 11 50
I 3 6 5 8 22

Dickson Co. (50) – Anna Leatherwood 6, Jenna Russell 10, Maddie Bonura 4, Ashley Jackson 2, Rylee Moore 4, Jada Davidson 4, AC Milan 12, Hanna Ingram 6, Emma Rollins 2
Independence (22) – Leah Oubre 3, Marley Womack 2, Evy Nichols 4, Claudia Chilton 2, Cristy Martinez 11
3-pointers – Dickson Co. 4 (Leatherwood 2, Milam 2), Independence 1 (Oubre)

Franklin Road Acad. 50, Columbia Acad. 43

F 9 18 8 15 — 50
C 14 6 8 15 — 43

Franklin Road Acad. (50) — Ansley Cummisky 9, Anna Pierce 11, Marie Medes 10, Isabelle Matthews 6, Kaila Scott 14
Columbia Acad. (43) — Isabelle Dees 2, Averi Slaughter 11, Hallie Butterfield 2, Madi Lewis 22, Ella Fuller 2, Karli Quillin 4
3-pointers — Franklin Road Acad. 4 (Cummisky 2, Matthews 2), Columbia Acad. 5 (Slaughter 3, Lewis 2)

Columbia Central 56, Franklin Co. 24

C 12 19 18 7 — 56
F 7 8 4 5 — 24

Columbia Central (56) — Saviya Morgan 6, Ryleigh Hamm 10, Janiyha Riley 18, Josie Parks 4, Jenice Bailey 4, Emma Hughes 5, Jalei O’Neal 7, Maddie Davis 2
Franklin Co. (24) — Madisyn Partin 6, Laia Rose 1, Katie Walker 5, Danica Stovall 6, Daryn Morris 2, Lucy Barnes 2, Macy Pittenger 2
3-pointers — Columbia Central 3 (Hamm 2, Hughes), Franklin Co. 2 (Partin 2)


Columbia Acad. 56, Franklin Road Acad. 53

F 10 7 20 16 — 53
C 11 18 13 14 — 56

Franklin Road Acad. (53) — Alex Mick 4, R.J. Casey 12, Eli Warrix 8, Johno Pierce 2, Nehemiah Holmes 7, Levi Cox 12, Jackson Cummisky 8
Columbia Acad. (56) — Tanner Ham 19, Hayden Morgan 12, Drew Butt 2, Will Jackson 10, Griffin Cooper 11, Gavin Morgan 2
3-pointers — Franklin Road Acad. 6 (Casey 2, Warrix 2, Cummisky 2), Columbia Acad. 4 (Ham 2, H. Morgan 2)

Franklin Co. 65, Columbia Central 62

C 17 16 12 17 — 62
F 18 11 16 20 — 65

Columbia Central (62) — Cam Johnson 13, Demetrius McCoy 1, Q Martin 18, Omari Franklin 3, Bubba Perkins 9, Roni Bailey 11, Jordan Davis 7
Franklin Co. (65) — Ke’Andre Johnson 12, Aydan Yates 7, Debron Russell 2, Shamar Lyons 4, L.T. Taylor 2, Kaleb Rigsby 13, Kane Reed 25
3-pointers — Columbia Central 8 (Johnson 3 Franklin, Perkins, Bailey 3), Franklin Co. 6 (Yates, Rigsby 3, Reed 2)

Zion Chr. 64, Battle Ground Acad. 60

B 13 13 10 24 — 60
Z 15 13 20 16 — 64

Battle Ground Acad. (60) — Sean Williams 18, Tre Williams 2, Cole Matthews 6, Braden Iverson 6, Jakob Plumley 2, Jackson Brown 2, Alex Krause 4, Xavier Shaw 6, Kavien Jones 14
Zion Chr. (64) — Max Brown 7, Matthew Terry 3, Jaron Keyser 3, Hayden Headley 26, Wesley Riggins 12, Ethan Yates 13
3-pointers — Battle Ground Acad. 6 (S. Williams, Matthews 2, Iverson 2, Krause), Zion Chr. 3 (Terry, Headley 2)

Richland 67, Huntland 47

R 18 23 16 10 67
H 6 17 10 14 47

Richland (67) – Tyrell Randolph 11, Daniel Nicholson 13, Trey Luna 24, Stevie Ballinger 2, Logan Helton 8, Bryce Anderson 1, Kolton Hood 2, Jace Derryberry 6
Huntland (47) – Bryson Johnson 17, Noah Thompson 8, Braylen Phillips 6, Will Jolley 3, Eli Wiggs 4, Zeier Golden 2, Micah Millrainey 7
3-pointers – Richland 11 (Luna 6, Helton 2, Derryberry 2, Randolph), Huntland 2 (Jolley, Millrainey)

Independence 60, Dickson Co. 48

D 11 8 19 8 46
I 16 15 15 14 60

Dickson Co. (46) – Jamison Burum 4, Brock Holley 3, Jessie Stewart 8, Joshua Cope 10, Mason Herbert 5, Adam Roth 1, Wyatt Harmon 3, Chanx Martin 12
Independence (60) – Colin Upright 9, Jett Montgomery 14, Tyus Anderson 4, Sam Womack 6, River Katina 12, Cameron Bell 15
3-pointers – Dickson Co. 7 (Cope 2, Martin 2, Holley, Stewart, Harmon), Independence

Franklin 75, Summit 31

S 6 8 10 7 — 31
F 18 14 24 19 — 75

Summit (31) — Andrew Smith 5, Destin Wade 6, Bradley Stewart 7, Caleb Jolley 3, Konata Werts 3, Dylan Lano 2, Marcus White 3, Davis Sain 3
Franklin (75) — Reed Kemp 15, Aidan Smylie 13, Taylor Spierto 11, Tom Fortner 11, Noah Magee 10, Matt Thurman 7, Connor Bevin 2, Davis Long 2, Mason Jones 4
3-pointers — Summit 5 (Smith, Stewart 2, Werts, White), Franklin 8 (Kemp 2, Smylie, Spierto, Fortner, Magee 2, Thurman)

2020 Hardwood leaders

Boys scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe514328.4
Gavin Burleson, Summertown   717024.3
Cameryn Bass, Hampshire713218.9
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant814317.9
Trey Luna, Richland610317.2
Daniel Nicholson, Richland610217.0
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.813516.9
Q Martin, Columbia Central1321316.4
Landon Andrews, Culleoka914416.0
Will Jackson, Columbia Acad.810813.5
Trey Helton, Richland45012.5
Hayden Headley, Zion Chr.89311.6
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown77811.1
Tavon Bagsby, Culleoka99510.6
Cam Johnson, Columbia Central1313710.5

Boys 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Cam Johnson, Columbia Central1329
Will Jackson, Columbia Acad.     822
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.820
Landon Andrews, Culleoka719
Trey Luna, Richland618
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant817
Omari Franklin, Columbia Central917
Gavin Burleson, Summertown715
Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe513
Cameryn Bass, Hampshire712

Girls scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Jesse Jennings, Richland613222.0
Josie Parks, Columbia Central1220517.1
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.914416.0
Ellie Colson, Summit912914.3
Karlee Rowland, Hampshire911713.0
Janiyha Riley, Columbia Central1113512.3
Emmy Bates, Santa Fe22311.5
Hailey Jones, Summertown1517111.4
Kortney Rowland, Hampshire99911.0
Kristen Garner, Richland11111.0
Katie Burdette, Summertown1414610.4
Kayla Stephens, Hampshire99310.3
Delaney Noe, Summit44010.0
Rylee Long, Summertown151489.9
Karli Quillin, Columbia Acad.9869.6

Girls 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Ansley Burleson, Summertown1530
Josie Parks, Columbia Central1218
Ryleigh Hamm, Columbia Central1418
Kayla Stephens, Hampshire917
Rylee Long, Summertown1516
Averi Slaughter, Columbia Acad.914
Hailey Jones, Summertown1511
Kielee Bradley, Mt. Pleasant810
Delaney Noe, Summit49
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.98
Jaelyn Hickerson, Columbia Acad.98

Winter sports upcoming


Zion Chr. girls at Franklin Classical, 5:30 p.m.
Richland at Fayetteville
Summertown boys at Columbia Acad.


Battle Ground Acad. boys at Zion Chr.* 
Centennial at Spring Hill*
Columbia Central at Franklin Co.*
Culleoka at Hampshire*
Dickson Co. at Independence*
Franklin Road Acad. at Columbia Acad.*
Huntland at Richland
Santa Fe at Mt. Pleasant*
Summit at Franklin*


Columbia Central, Cheatham Co. at Forrest, 5 p.m.
Spring Hill at Centennial, 5 p.m.
Fairview at Summit, 5:30 p.m.


Columbia Acad. at Providence Chr.*
Spring Hill at Mt. Pleasant
Zion Chr. at Franklin Road Acad.*


Grace Chr. at Columbia Acad.*
Lincoln Co. at Columbia Central*
Mt. Pleasant at Hampshire*
Perry Co. at Summertown*
Richland at Santa Fe*
Riverside Chr. at Culleoka
Spring Hill at Page*
Summit at Independence*


Brentwood, Brentwood Acad., Centennial, Cleveland, Fairview, McCallie, Summit at Father Ryan, 3 p.m.


Zion Chr. boys at Middle Tenn. Chr.*, 4:30 p.m.

*district game
6 p.m. start unless otherwise noted
schedules subject to change without prior notice

Summit boys, Indy girls win Maher/Garstin wrestling tourney team championships

By Maurice Patton

THOMPSONS STATION — Summit won the boys championship at the 16th annual Maher/Garstin Battle for Independence wrestling tournament Saturday, but the outcome was secondary for veteran Spartans coach Pete Miller.

“Just having everybody back on the mat and proving to the world we can run a wrestling tournament and run it the right way, that the sport of wrestling can be successful during a pandemic,” Miller said, addressing the importance of the event that featured athletes from 15 programs from across Middle Tennessee and beyond, as well as 14 girls teams.

“It’s bigger than us. It’s to show (the sport) can still continue. Independence has run everything about this event the right way.”

Jackson Masters (120 pounds), Landon Desselle (132) and Ryan Smith (285) each won weight class championships Saturday, with many of the weights contested in round-robin competition rather than brackets – resulting in more mat time for the wrestlers, a welcome commodity in a season that’s been interrupted for many teams by pandemic-related stoppages.

Summit edged Fairview in the team scoring, with the Yellow Jackets led by its own trio of titlists — Riley Bennett (138), Kendrick Curtis (182) and Jacob Clevenger (220). Beech, Centennial and Brentwood rounded out the top five teams.

On the girls side, host Independence took top team honors followed by Oakland, Summit, Columbia Central and Franklin. Indy’s Baylee Peterson (119) and Brooklyn Long (150) won their respective wright classes.

Tournament director Jared Grindstaff said the circumstances created by the pandemic forced a reduction in participating teams – but that such a reduction had been long considered.

“Last year, we had 27 boys teams and 27 girls teams,” he said. “We had been wanting to shrink the tournament. Nobody really enjoys when the gym is full and everybody’s here till 7 (p.m.). So we’d been looking to scale it back. People can spread out and we’re going to get out of here fairly early.”

Boys team scores

Summit 155; Fairview 152.5; Beech 142.5; Centennial 131; Brentwood 126.5; Nolensville 109.5; Brentwood Acad. 97; Independence 66.5; Sycamore 54; Boyd Buchanan 50; Dickson Co. 48; Ravenwood 38.5; Pope John Paul II 22; Columbia Central 4.5

Boys medalists

106 – Elijah Benfield (Cent); Kayden Quillen (DC); Aiden Scruggs (Bwd); 113 – Blake Palmer (Bee); Grayson Miller (Sum); Zach Ordonez (Bwd); 120 – Jackson Masters (Sum); Keegan Seaver (Frv); Dylan Davenport (Syc); 126 – Trey Bates (Bee); Justin Noll (Sum); Arash Yazdani (Bwd); 132 – Landon Desselle (Sum); Logan Heckert (Syc); Spencer Kon (Ind); 138 – Riley Bennett (Frv); Charles McTorry (BA); Riley Lippincott (Nvl); 145 – Drew Dodson (Rvd); Xander Smartt (Bwd); Chris Witt (Ind); 152 – Alex Ables (Cent); Kaiden Bates (BB); Tate Crowell (Nvl); 160 – Logan Spell (BA); Malachi Bennett (Frv); John Campbell (DC); 170 – Mason Smith (Bee); Kevin Duck (Cent); Zach Sinner (Nvl); 182 – Kendrick Curtis (Frv); Hunter Meade (Bwd); Craig Sanford (Cent); 195 – Donovan Rich (Bee); Nathan Montpool (Nvl); Patrick Styblo (Cent); 220 – Jacob Clevenger (Frv); Tyler Garber (Sum); Bailey Black (Nvl); 285 – Ryan Smith (Sum); Jackson Wells (BA); Bradley Vaughn (Ind)

Girls team scores

Independence 77; Oakland 52.5; Summit 47; Columbia Central 39; Franklin 38; Cheatham Co. 27; Fairview 24; Alcoa 22.5; Centennial 20; Sycamore 20; Brentwood 18; Pope John Paul II 15; Nolensville 13; Ravenwood 7

Girls medalists

103 – Anna Fisher (Alc); Rylee Lent (Ind); Elena Montpool (Nvl); 112 – Livia Kelingos-Spain (Frv); Amanda Thomason (ChCo); Nevaeh Brinson (Sum); 119 – Baylee Peterson (Ind); Millie D’Angelo (Ind); Mila Risner (Oak); 125/132 – Emma Stephenson (Sum); Erica Moore (Bwd); Callie Keightley (JPII); 140 – Isabella Campbell (Fkn); Lindsey Compton (Ind); Graysen Harvey (Cent); 150 – Brooklyn Long (Ind); Brianna Gayton (Col); Rylee Bennett (Sum); 160/170 – Ashlyn McClay (Oak); Fatima Ebrahim (Col); Alexa Powers (Oak); 190 – Savannah Williams (Syc); Jordan Webster (Oak); 215 – Sydney Hueser (Fkn)