CCS Teams Win In Region Quarterfinals

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The CCS girls and boys basketball team won their region quarterfinal games on Tuesday night and will advance to the region semifinals on Friday at Notre Dame. 

The CCS girls had a big second quarter and took a 28-25 lead at the half in their match up with Grace Christian of Knoxville.   Sophomore Madison Blevins finished with 25 points including five three-pointers and eight of eight free throws.  CCS held off Grace in the final minutes to earn the win. 

In the boys game, The Kings Academy kept the game close in the the first half and led 24-23 at the half.   CCS outscored the visitors 19-9 in the third quarter and held on for the 51-42 win. 

John Rhodes had 13 points and Mondo Ellison had 11. 

Both teams advance to region semifinals on Friday at Notre Dame.  

Region Tournament Scores: 

CAK girls 72 Silverdal 53

Knox Webb girls 58  Grace 14

Notre Dame girls 52 Kings Academy 34

CCS girls 54 Grace Christian 51 

Notre Dame boys 76 CAK 56

Grace Christian boys 71 Boyd-Buchanan 31

CCS boys 51 Kings Academy 42


Girls Scoring Summary: 

Chattanooga Christian  9 19 15 11 -54
Grace Christian 12 13 17 9 - 51

CCS (54) Blevins 25, Dirkse 9, Walker 7, Henry 5, Pruitt 4, Jipping 2 
Grace (51) Peters 21, Hunt 13, Duggins 11, Campbell 3, Carter 2, Hammond 1

Three pointers: CCS 5 (Blevins 5); Grace 5 (Peters 4, Duggins 1)

Boys Scoring Summary: 

Chattanooga Christian  11 12 19 9 - 51
Kings Academy 9 15 9 9 - 42

CCS (51) Rhodes 13, Ellison 11, Houge 9, Stimart 6, Treveon Scott 6, Van Meter 4, Spencer 2
Kings Academy (42) Pesic 13, Tilley 10, Koveccavii 9, Burgess 6, Hall 4

Three pointers: CCS 1 (Houge 1)l Kings Academy 5 (Koveccavii 3, Pesic 1, Tilley 1) 

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