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Chattanooga Christian 5, Elizabethton 0 D-I A-AA Quarters

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Playing on Halloween morning, Chattanooga Christian treated themselves to five goals and had few surprises in a 5-0 D-I A/AA state quarterfinal win against Elizabethton at CCS.

 

Able to make solid runs which opened the Elizabethon defense, the Chargers (16-4-4) scored twice in the first 21 minutes and led 2-0 at halftime.

 

Savanna Cingilli scored on an open goal in the 12th minute, followed by Hannah Henry's goal from Shelby Balch in the 21st minute.

 

"CCS played at a faster pace than we did today and those early goals set the tone of the match," said Elizabethton coach Bill McClay. "We were a little hesitant early on and did not play our best soccer today."

 

The Chargers kept the pressure on in the second half with an "own goal" by the Cyclones for a 3-0 lead in the 44th minute.

 

Goals by Ashley Simmons (from Hannah Henry) in the 50th minute and Annie Reynolds in the 79th minute accounted for the final two goals.

 

"Coach Sneller told us at halftime that we needed to get that third goal early in the second half to give us some breathing room since a two-goal lead is not that safe," said Hannah Henry.

 

State Semis: CCS will meet the winner of the Christ Presbyterian-Sacred Heart match Thursday at 4 p.m. at CCS.

 

"The third goal was huge for us as it is real tough to come back from a three goal deficit in the state tournament," said CCS coach Cal Sneller. "If Elizabethton had scored to make it 2-1 they would have been able to keep the pressure on us."

 

Playing on the Big Stage: "I think stepping on the big stage of the state tournament weighed on us and we didn't play our best soccer," said Elizabethon coach Bill McClay. "During the season we were able to clear out those crossing shots that CCS had today. A combination of nerves, playing a team we had never seen before and being tentative were factors in the match.

 

"But we had a very good year as this is the first time Elizabethton has made it to the state tournament which is a great accomplsihment for our players."

 

Solid Defense: "We knew that Christine Hardin of Elizabethton was their key player and we made sure we had a player near her the entire match," said Hannah Henry. "Stopping Christine and a shutout was a team effort."

 

Hardine had a good scoring opportunity early on but could not convert ... in the 75th minute she was 1-on-1 with the CCS keeper from 20 yards out which was saved ... and another shot from 25 yards out in the 78th minute was also stopped.

 

CCS has 13 shutouts in 24 matches.

 

Good Runs Led to Early Goals: First Goal - A quick pass from Kendra Jolly to Beata Brock pulled the goalkeeper out ... a shot by Brock caromed off the keeper and Savanna Cingilli had the ball and an open goal for the 1-0 lead (12th minute)... Nine minutes later, Beata Brock, on a run down the right side, made a nice crossing shot in front of the goal as the ball was deflected off Shelby Balch to a waiting Hannah Henry who sent the ball to the far post. (21st minute) ... Third Goal (own goal) ... Fourth Goal: Hannah Henry sent a through ball to a waiting Ashley Simmons who then found herself 1-on-1 with the keeper and scored from 15 yards.

 

Chattanooga Christian 5, Elizabethton 0

Elizabethton 0 - 0 - - 0

CCS 2 - 3 - - 5

 

CCS - Savanna Cingilli (Beata Brock), 1-0 ... 12th minute

CCS - Hannah Henry (Shelby Baclh, Beata Brock), 2-0 ... 21st minute

CCS - own goal by Elizabethton 3-0 ... 44th minute

CCS - Ashley Simmons (Hannah Henry), 4-0 ... 50th minute

CCS - Annie Reynolds, 5-0 .... 79th minute

 

Statistics

Goals: CCS, 5-0

Shots: CCS, 15-7

Saves: 3-3 .... CCS (Ellen Stone, 3) ... Elizabethton (Reazyn DeMoss, 3)

Goal Kicks: 7-5

Corner Kicks: 2-2

Free Kicks: Elizabethton, 8-5

Fouls: CCS, 6-4

Hand Balls: CCS, 1-0

Offsides: CCS, 1-0

Indirect Kicks: CCS, 1-0

Crossing Shots: CCS, 6-4

 

contact B.B. Branton at [email protected]

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Elizabethton vs CCS

Record (13-6-2) (15-4-4)

Schedule Strength 44th 10th

A-AA Strength Rank 24th 12st

Most Offense (Pts/Game Avg) 4.7

Best Defense Rank (Pts/Game Avg) .7

% Opponents w/ Losing Records 32% 17%

 

 

.....Booger just saying if you had been involved with all the post prior to your 1/4 silver slipper carriage ride, you would already know the outcome.....

 

glad you came to see what we already knew.....

 

YOU Slayed the Beast. See you tomorrow for the same post bbb......shave the hair off those big pecs you are pounding before you see CPA.....beware of wWhite House you big confident SILVER BACK

 

wish i had some of those little yellow icons

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Elizabethton vs CCS

Record (13-6-2) (15-4-4)

Schedule Strength 44th 10th

A-AA Strength Rank 24th 12st

Most Offense (Pts/Game Avg) 4.7

Best Defense Rank (Pts/Game Avg) .7

% Opponents w/ Losing Records 32% 17%

 

 

.....Booger just saying if you had been involved with all the post prior to your 1/4 silver slipper carriage ride, you would already know the outcome.....

 

glad you came to see what we already knew.....

 

YOU Slayed the Beast. See you tomorrow for the same post bbb......shave the hair off those big pecs you are pounding before you see CPA.....beware of wWhite House you big confident SILVER BACK

 

wish i had some of those little yellow icons

 

Certainly interesting that such a huge write up regarding a less than exciting matchup..BBB...one suggestion...take the time, look at these boards regarding what may be happening in regards to games, and then go to the better game for the day and write about that one...just a thought...

 

D

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Maybe he wanted to give props to the Chattanooga team that came away from the first round with a W...or he did not cover the game because he could not fathom a behemoth like ND losing to a podunk public school after reading ND follower comments on coacht over the course of the season....just a thought.

 

Tough loss for ND girls/have always been impressed with their coach and team skills/effort.

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Maybe he wanted to give props to the Chattanooga team that came away from the first round with a W...or he did not cover the game because he could not fathom a behemoth like ND losing to a podunk public school after reading ND follower comments on coacht over the course of the season....just a thought.

 

Tough loss for ND girls/have always been impressed with their coach and team skills/effort.

 

aahhh...Wired...you true ND fan, you....(Sorry about the Bearden loss to the Irish this year)...If you read the comments carefully, you would notice it was predicted to be THE game to watch....and no one from ND went out blasting WH to be a pushover...And for the record, I would say that the CoachT Irish Family has been very humble this season....

 

D

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Maybe he wanted to give props to the Chattanooga team that came away from the first round with a W...or he did not cover the game because he could not fathom a behemoth like ND losing to a podunk public school after reading ND follower comments on coacht over the course of the season....just a thought.

 

Tough loss for ND girls/have always been impressed with their coach and team skills/effort.

 

Actually, he is just a CCS fan just trying to pay homage to a very good team. I wouldn't categorize WH as Podunk. That's kind of the pot calling the kettle black, don't you think?

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Certainly interesting that such a huge write up regarding a less than exciting matchup..BBB...one suggestion...take the time, look at these boards regarding what may be happening in regards to games, and then go to the better game for the day and write about that one...just a thought...

 

D

Champs BBB covers the north end of the county and since SD was playing at the same time as ND. He was at the SD game.

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aahhh...Wired...you true ND fan, you....(Sorry about the Bearden loss to the Irish this year)...If you read the comments carefully, you would notice it was predicted to be THE game to watch....and no one from ND went out blasting WH to be a pushover...And for the record, I would say that the CoachT Irish Family has been very humble this season....

 

D

I think he is a Knox West fan and not Bearden.

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...or he did not cover the game because he could not fathom a behemoth like ND losing to a podunk public school after reading ND follower comments on coacht over the course of the season....just a thought.

 

Tough loss for ND girls/have always been impressed with their coach and team skills/effort.

......ND Lost to White House, far from Podunk (by about 800 miles). The French Connection is one of Boogers favorite movies too

 

.....thanks for the compliments and yes it is very tough loss. I think I took it worse than little Booger. She played well.....hopefully she can complete one of these things over then next 2 years. She is excited about it.

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