CCS Wins Division II East Region Championship

Monday, October 16, 2017
CCS's Olivia Hoffman works the ball towards the CCS goal.
CCS's Olivia Hoffman works the ball towards the CCS goal.
- photo by Greg Davick

The Lady Chargers of CCS left no doubt who the best team in the East Region was Monday night as they faced off with Christian Academy of Knoxville for the region championship.  CCS beat CAK 5-1 earning one of the top seeds going into the Division II state quarterfinals.  

CCS senior Olivia Hoffman had two goals and two assists.  Kate Dirkse had two goals.  Laura Beth Turner had an goal and an assist and Addie Henry had an assist.  

"This was a hard physical game," CCS head coach Call Sneller said. "Very glad to have the extra days off before we play again."  

"The Girls played well enough to win, but still have a few areas to make some improvements.  Great attitude and desire by these girls to get better."

The win gives CCS a bye in the first round of the state tournament and a home game in the quarterfinals which will take place on Saturday at CCS. 

CAK will play a first round game on Wednesday. 

CCS improves to 19-1-2 on the season.  

GRACE CHRISTIAN 1 NOTRE DAME 0  Grace Christian of Knoxville and Notre Dame played in the third and fourth place game and Grace Christian come out on top 1-0.  With the loss, Notre Dame will have to travel on Wednesday for a first round playoff game.  

 

 

 



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