The Waterdogs’ almost 100-point advantage over the Gators was strung together by a strong team effort and numerous meet high-point scorers.
Caiden Cross, Davina Sharma, and Maya Sharma each scored 19 points, while Brian Lineberry and Christian Torbett added 17 points a piece.
Kyra Hipper and Bristol Snider finished the meet with 16 points. Brody Swafford and Julie Bryant both had 15 points.
Anna Garner and Luke Hunt totaled 13 points during the meet.
Tanya Sharma, Mason Cross, and Brendan Ruckman all finished with 12 points each. Lillian Blake accounted for 11 points.
High-point scoring was rounded out by Martin Shapoval, Camren Davis, Ridge Abbie, and Mark Moshenskiy with 10 points a piece.
After Monday’s meet, the Waterdogs now have a record of 1-2, which puts them in fourth place in the Chattanooga Area Swim League Red Division.
The Waterdogs’ previous losses came to the Cleveland Aqua Tigers and the Ringgold TigerSharks out of Georgia.
On Thursday, the Waterdogs will host the Calhoun Swim Team at Mosby Park. The Aqua Tigers, who had a Monday off from competition, will also be back in action on Thursday, as they host the Red Bank Gators at Tinsley Park.
Both meets are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.