BL Crew competes in crowded Tennessee regatta

BL Crew competes in crowded Tennessee regatta

Bishop Lynch rowers with Dallas United Crew and White Rock Rowing recently competed at the Head of the Hooch Regatta in Tennessee.

The two-day event in Chattanooga on Nov. 3-4 saw a number of BL Crew athletes not only compete, but do exceptionally well in events that often had as many as 80+ entries.

The results are as follows:

 

WHITE ROCK ROWING 

Men's Youth Novice 4+

Russell Campbell – 83rd of 90

 

Women's Youth Novice 8+

Phoebe Racz, Riley Stowers and Lexie Wallace  – 22nd of 29

 

Mixed Youth Novice 8+

Russell Campbell and Phoebe Racz – 17th of 18

 

Women's Youth 8+

Parker Stowers and Vivian Racz – 51st of 80

 

Women's Youth 4+

Parker Stowers – 46th of 86

 

Women's Youth Lightweight 8+

Parker Stowers, Vivian Racz and Lexie Wallace – 15th of 20

 

Women's Youth 4x (Skulling)

Riley Stowers and Phoebe Stowers – 48th of 56

 

Men's Youth 2x (Skulling)

Luca Whittemore and Andrew Saunders – 61st of 99

 

Men's Youth 4x (Skulling)

Gavin Phipps – 18th of 63

 

Men's Youth Lightweight 4+

Luca Whittemore and Andrew Saunders – 6th of 32

 

 

DALLAS UNITED CREW 

Men's 4+

Anson Smith – 13th of 88

 

Men's 8+

Anson Smith – 18th of 76

Harris Goetz – 74th of 76

 

Women's Novice 8

Claire Jenkins – 29th of 29

 

Women's 4+

Grace Cook-Burton – 39th of 84

Anna Savant – 47th of 84

Janey Jackson – 72nd of 84

 

Women's 8+

Katie Hammonds – 17th of 78

Grace Cook-Burton and Anna Savant – 49th of 78

 

Women's Novice 8+

Isabelle McLain, Rin Plemons and Samantha Taken – 29th of 29

 

Women's 2x

Katie Hammonds – 22nd of 81