CCS Girls Advance To 7-AA District Championship

Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Lady Chargers of CCS advanced to the District 7-AA championship game on Saturday with a 45-31 win over Sequatchie County. 

The Lady Chargers had a huge third quarter, outscoring the Lady Indians 17-4.  They went on to outscore them 28-18 in the second half.  Joanna Smith had 16 of her 23 points in the second half and Hannah Henry had 8 of her 10 in the second half. 

Sequatchie County will play Signal Mountain for third and fourth place.

The championship game will feather CCS and Bledsoe County. 

Bledsoe beat Signal Mountain 59-48 in the other girls semifinal game. 


CCS 9 8 17 11 - 45
Sequatchie 4 9 4 14 - 31

CCS (45) Joanna Smith 23, Henry 10, Hughes 4, Delashmitt 2, Loyal 2, Farlett 2, Royer 2,

Sequatchie (31) Keely Frederide 19, Smith 5, Davenport 3, Adams 2, Burch 2

 In boys action Signal Mountain rallied from being down at the half to beat CCS 49-45 and Bledsoe County beat  Notre Dame 67-59. 

Bledsoe and Signal Mountain will face off in the championship game at Signal Mountain at 7 p.m.

Notre Dame and CCS will play for third and fourth at 5. 

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