CCS Falls In Division II-A State Championship 2-0

Friday, October 27, 2017
Addie Henry settles the ball under pressure.
Addie Henry settles the ball under pressure.
- photo by Greg Davick

Chattanooga Christian girls soccer team fought hard but fell in the Division II-A state championship game Friday afternoon.   St. George's Indendent School scored two goals in the second to earn the 2-0 win.  

St. George freshman Olivia Tanzer scored both of the Lady Gryphons goals.  The first one came in the 43rd minute and the second in the 50th minute.  

CCS struggled to get the ball on frame.  They had 10 total shots, according to TSSAA official stats, with just 3 on goal.  St. George keeper Ann Grissom ended with three saves. 

CCS keeper Lucy Sandhoff also had three saves. 

CCS finishes the season with a 21-2-2 record. 

St. George's finishes as state champion with a 15-6-1 record.  

Lucy Sandhoff stops a shot while Kate Dirkse holds off the St. George's attacker. Sandhoff had three saves on Friday.
Lucy Sandhoff stops a shot while Kate Dirkse holds off the St. George's attacker. Sandhoff had three saves on Friday.
- Photo2 by Greg Davick


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