CCS Girls, Notre Dame Boys Win Division II Consolation Games

First Round Games Set for Tuesday, Wednesday

Saturday, February 17, 2018
CCS's Addie Henry takes the ball to the basket in their consolation win over Notre Dame on Saturday.
CCS's Addie Henry takes the ball to the basket in their consolation win over Notre Dame on Saturday.
- photo by Greg Davick

Two Chattanooga schools were fighting for a home state basketball game on Saturday with CCS battling Notre Dame in both the girls and boys consolation games of the Division II East Region tournament.  

The CCS girls earned a third place finish with a 44-30 win over Notre Dame.   The third seed in the east will host third seed out of the middle on Tuesday.  Notre Dame will have to travel to the second place team in the west.  

The Notre Dame boys earned the home game with a 49-45 win over CCS. 

Addie Henry led the CCS girls with 21 points.  Kate Dirkse added 10.  

In the boys game, CJ Greer had 13 points as Notre Dame held of CCS in the final minutes.

 


Boys Scoring Summary:


ND 8 16 10 15 - 49
CCS 15 7 11 12 - 45

ND (49) CJ Greer 13, Lewis 11, Nelson 10, Sledge 7, Corbitt 6, Fillauer 2
CCS (45) Micheal Houge 20, Traveon Scott 12, Ellison 6, Rhodes 5, Davenport 2

Three pointers:  Notre Dame 6 (Nelson, 2, Greer 2, Lews 2); CCS 3 (Rhodes 1, Scot

Girls Scoring Summary:

CCS 12 19 6 7 - 44
ND 8 9 8 5 - 30

CCS (44) Henry 21, Dirkse 10, Blevins 10, Pruitt 2, Vandergriff 1
ND (3) Shepparo 5, Sims 5, Bird 4, Brown 2, Ford 3

Three pointers: CCS 4 (Henry 2, Blevins 2) Notre Dame 2 (Ford 1, Ball 1) 

 

DIVISION II CLASS A FIRST ROUND GAMES:

GIRLS
Tuesday, February 20
Providence at CCS
Notre Dame vs Harding Academy at FRA

BOYS
Wednesday, February 21
CCS vs USJ at Webb (Bell Buckle) 
Goodpasture at Notre Dame



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