Chattanooga Prep Defeats Patriots, 47-35

Eli Gaines Leads Sentinels With 18 Points

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Chattanooga Prep went on the road Thursday night and picked up the program’s second varsity win over the Patriots of CHSTEA. The Sentinels won by a score of 47 – 35 behind an 18 point performance by Eli Gaines.

Maguire Evans led the Patriots with 11 points.

SUMMARY

CHATT PREP                     13     13     08     13 -- 47
CHSTEA PATRIOTS           04     10     12     09 – 35

CHATT PREP (47) –
Porter 8, Green 4, Williams 5, Johnson 2, Parker 4, Eli Gaines 18, Randolph 6.
PATRIOTS (35) – Thompson 4, Harbin 3, Wright 5, Daniell, Swanson 7, Davis 2, Maguire Evans 11, Hall 3.
3-POINT GOALS: Chatt Prep 3 (Williams, Gaines 2); Patriots 6 (Wright, Swanson, Evans 3, Hall). 



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