Signal Mountain Wins District 7-AA Championship

Saturday, October 13, 2012 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Reese Phillips ran for a touchdown and threw for two scores as Signal Mountain defeated Chattanooga Christian, 61-21, in a District 7-AA high school football game Friday night.

Signal Mountain improved to 6-3 overall and claimed the district championship at 4-0.

Chattanooga Christian dropped to 1-7 and 1-3.

Signal Mountain……….………..…….……27 28 6 0 – 61

Chatt.

Christian…….……....……..……….7 0 7 7 -- 21

SM – Reese Phillips 75 run (kick failed)

SM – Madison Byrd 91 pass from Phillips (Ben Brown kick)

CCS – Brandt McGregor 28 pass from Levi Corbett (Wes Cooper kick)

SM – Elijah Turnage 5 run (Brown kick)

SM – Ben Philyaw 14 run (Brown kick)

SM – Patrick Bruce 17 pass from Phillips)

SM – Kaleb Menzel 58 run (Brown kick)

SM – Taylor Harvey 30 run (Brown kick)

SM – Dylan Buck 6 run (Brown kick)

CCS – Jay Sims 28 pass from Corbett (Cooper kick)

SM – Nathan Johnson 3 run (Brown kick)

CCS – Austin Mansell 16 pass from Corbett (Cooper kick)

 

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                                                                                    SM                              CCS

First downs                                                              21                               12

Rushing                                                                     448                             25

Passing                                                                      246                             235

Comp-Att-Int                                                           9-14-0                       17-46-2

Punts-Avg                                                                0-0                              5-35

Fumbles-Lost                                                          1-0                              1-0

Penalties-Yards                                                       5-50                           7-65

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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