CCS Knocked Out Of State Playoffs By Christ Presbyterian Academy, 5-1

Friday, May 10, 2019

Chattanooga Christian suffered a home loss on Friday afternoon to Christ Presbyterian Academy that ends the season for the Chargers.

The visitors from Nashville won 5-1 in the play-in game.

Christ Presbyterian Academy scored twice in the top of the first and added three more runs in the fifth.

CCS managed only one hit and got on the board in the bottom of the fourth.

 


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