St. Tammany Swim League Championship a splash

Advocate staff photo by SCOTT THRELKELD -- Hannah Paradis, of Lakeside Swim Team, wins the 50-yard freestyle for girls 13-14 on July 20 during the 50th St. Tammany Swim League's City Championship Meet at Cross Gates Family Fitness Center in Slidell.
Advocate staff photo by SCOTT THRELKELD -- Hannah Paradis, of Lakeside Swim Team, wins the 50-yard freestyle for girls 13-14 on July 20 during the 50th St. Tammany Swim League's City Championship Meet at Cross Gates Family Fitness Center in Slidell.

The Pinewood Country Club swim team clinched the St. Tammany Swim League Championship, held July 19-20 at Cross Gates Family Fitness Center near Slidell.

The Porpoises tallied 2,116.5 points to win the Large Team Division in the City Meet. They held off fellow competitors from Lakeside Swim Club (1809 points) and Cross Gates (947.)

“I truly could not be more proud of my team at the City Meet,” Pinewood head coach Angelica Smith said. “They were more focused than they have been all summer and really proved themselves.”

The 50th St. Tammany Swim League’s City Championship Meet was at Cross Gates Family Fitness Center on July 20 in Slidell.

I n the Small Team Division, Slidell Athletic Club scored 1,002.5 points to win the championship. The Barracuda Swim Team (788 points) finished second, the Picayune (Miss.) Blue Tide placed third (590.5) and Tanglewood (274.5) was fourth.

Individual high-point winners and runners-up from the STSL Championship are: