CCS, Notre Dame Split In District 7-AA Contests

Saturday, January 26, 2013

 In two key district 7-AA basketball battles Saturday afternoon teams from Chattanooga Christian and Notre Dame faced off at CCS.  The games were originally scheduled for Friday night but moved to Saturday to avoid hazardous roads.

The girls of CCS won the first game 42-35 out scoring the visitors 17-5 in the final quarter.  CCS trailed by two at the half 16-14.

Joanna Smith led CCS in the final quarter with eight points including four of four from the free throw line.

  Allison Hughes had six of her eight points in the final quarter.  Hannah Henry led all scorers with 16 points for CCS.

Notre Dame was led by Keanna Beaman with 12 points.

In the boys contest, CCS led 20-15 at the half but Notre Dame had a big 20 point quarter in the fourth and pulled out a 42-33 win.

Clay Hetzel had two three pointers and two free throws in the final quarter to lead the Notre Dame rally. 

The Irish hit 12 of their 14 free throws in the final quarter.  Stedman Ford led the Irish with 12 points. Hetzel and Coley Green each had eight points.

CCS was led by Josh Fikkert with 10 points and Clark Marshall with 9.

 

Girls Scoring Summary:

CCS 7 7 11 17 - 42

ND 4 12 15 5 - 36

CCS (42) Henry 16, Smith 11, Hughes 8, Dirkse 4, Delashmitt 2, Sabourin 1

ND (36) Beaman 12, Gauge 5, Higgins 4, Gadd 4,  Cantrell 3, Lundgast 2

Three-pointers CCS 0; ND 1 (Cantrell)

 

Boys Scoring Summary:

CCS 13 7 5 8 - 33

ND 9 6 7 20 - 42

CCS (33) Fikkert 10, Marshall 9, Card 6, Youngblood 3, Aldridge 2, Moore 2, Jones 1

ND (42) Ford 12, Hetzel 8, Green 8, Byrd 5, Orr 5, Carter 2, Flemister 2

Three-pointers CCS 3 (Card 2, Youngblood 1) ND 3 ( Hetzel 2, Ford 1)


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