Statisticians from both teams were busy Friday night as the Chattanooga Christian football team traveled to Bledsoe County. After four quarters of play 116 points and over 1,100 yards of total offense, the Chargers of CCS came out on top 60-56.
Neither were fighting for playoff spots as both teams had only one district win, but that didn't stop the fight.
Bledsoe led 42-34 at the half. Their biggest lead came early in the 3rd after scoring to push the lead to 49-34.
CCS would score 20 unanswered points late in the third and early in the fourth to take a 54-49 lead.
Bledsoe's Haydon Boyton scored on a 2 yard run with 7:32 left in the game to give Bledsoe a 56-54 lead.
On Bledsoe's last posession, with 1:42 left in the game and CCS out of timeouts, Jon Hundley picked up a Bledsoe County fumble on a broken play and returned it to the 17-yard line.
A 25-yard pass from Levi Corbett to Lance Carter set up a Jay Sims touchdown from 5 yards out with 25 seconds left.
Bledsoe had a big play in the final seconds that got them to the CCS 30-yard line but the final pass was knocked down as CCS secured the win.
Bledsoe County's Hayden Boynton rushed for 267 yards suprassing 1,000 yards for his career. He also rushed for three touchdowns.
CCS's Jay Sims rushed for 157 yards on 21 carries and four touchdowns. He also ran a kick return back 95 yards for a touchdown.
Levi Corbett also rushed for 142 yards on 14 carries.
Tucker Youngblood had four catches for 116 yards and two touchdowns.
Lance Carter had 5 catches for 92 yards and one touchdown.
Bledsoe County passed for 261 yards and CCS had 258 yards passing.
The Warriors had 421 rushing yards and CCS finished with 317.