CCS Wins Two Over Grundy County On Senior Night

Saturday, February 01, 2014
The Chattanooga Christian boys and girls basketball team celebrated senior night with two wins over Grundy County.  CCS girls won the first game 42-38 and the boys followed that with a 46-28 win.

Joanna Smith led the Lady Chargers with 24 points including 11 of 15 from the free throw line.

The CCS boys team was led by Ryan Rhodes with 13 points and Josh Fikkert with 12.

 District 7-AA standings should be announced early next week.  Opening round games will be played at higher seeds.

Boys Scoring Summary:

CCS 9 14 11 12 - 46

GC 6 11 4 7 - 28

 

CCS (46) Rhodes 13, Fikkert 12, Jones 9, Dirkse 7, Matthews 2, Youngblood 2

GC (28) Trevor Hampton 8, Devan Hampton 7, Brown 6, Bramball 4, Mooney 3

 

Girls Scoring Summary:

CCS 12 9 12 9 - 42

GC 2 13 14 9 - 38

GC (38) Williams 10, Hill 6, Burrows 6, Seals 6, Arbuckle 4, Phillips 4, Sartaira 2
CCS  (42) Smith 24, Henry 8, Hughes 7, Delashmitt 3

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