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Best Of Preps 2016-17

CCS is proud to recognize the following athletes and coaches who were selected as the Times Free Press Best Of Preps for 2016-17. Girls Soccer: Kate Dirkse, Addie Henry, Olivia Hoffman Boys Basketball: Ryan Rhodes Wrestling: Justin Wheeler Softball: Madison Hollis Baseball: Matthew Mercer, John Rhodes Tennis: Bailey Dishmon, Addie Henry, Olivia Underwood Track and […]

Ryan Rhodes Signs at Covenant College

Senior Ryan Rhodes is one of the few to be accepted into The Maclellan Scholars Program. This program is a full-tuition scholarship at Covenant College that equips students for faithful leadership and encourages them to live out their callings for the good of the College, the church, and the world. Ryan will also continue his basketball […]

7AA Basketball All – District Team

Congratulations to the high school basketball players who made the 7AA All-District team this season. Girls: sophomore Kate Dirkse, sophomore Addie Henry and senior Annika Fischer Boys: senior Ryan Rhodes, senior Ben Moore, sophomore John Rhodes and sophomore Amos Davenport.   Kate Dirkse, Addie Henry, John Rhodes and Amos Davenport were also selected to the […]

Chattanooga Christian School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Upperman High School 64-46

Saturday, February 25, 2017 7:00 PM Chattanooga Christian School AWAY 46 Upperman High School HOME 64 Game Recap In a tough region quarterfinal matchup, the Chargers traveled to Upperman to take on the #2 seeded Bees. CCS came out shooting well in the first quarter led by senior Ryan Rhodes and held a slim 13-11 […]

Three More Chargers Continue Careers

CCS had three more Chargers sign to continue their athletic careers in college. Congrats to Ben Moore (Covenant College Athletics basketball), Kyra Duble (Covenant College soccer), and Justin Wheeler (Bethel University football). Congratulations Ben, Kyra and Justin! Go Chargers!


On Saturday at Notre Dame, the CCS boys basketball team competed in the Chattanooga area JV tournament.  In a win and advance set up, the Chargers defeated Brainerd, East Ridge, and Red Bank to take home the title. In game one, the Chargers faced the heavily favored Brainerd Panthers, who were undefeated in JV contests […]

Chattanooga Christian School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Howard High School 71-58

Thursday, February 9, 2017 7:30 PM Chattanooga Christian School AWAY 71 Howard High School HOME 58 Game Recap It was senior night at Howard Thursday night, but CCS had no intention of letting the Tigers off easy in their final regular season game and were able to come out victorious 71-58. The Chargers used a […]

Chattanooga Christian School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Boyd-Buchanan High School 59-29

Monday, February 6, 2017 7:30 PM Chattanooga Christian School AWAY 59 Boyd-Buchanan High School HOME 29 Game Recap With starting posts Mondo Ellison and Ben Moore both missing due to illness, the Chargers went deep into their bench to cruise to a 59-29 victory over Boyd Buchanan Monday night. Starting for the first time, Jesse […]

Charger Basketball Update

CCS HS Basketball is winding down the regular season. Due to sickness the game Friday, Feb. 10 at Grundy Co. has been cancelled so the Chargers will play their final regular season game tomorrow, Thursday Feb. 9 at Howard HS. JV boys tip off at 4:30 with varsity girls at 6:00 and varsity boys at […]

Chattanooga Christian School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Sequatchie County High School 68-37

Friday, February 3, 2017 8:00 PM Sequatchie County High School AWAY 37 Chattanooga Christian School HOME 68 Game Recap Friday night’s game against Sequatchie County was a big game for the Chargers for two reason. First, a win for the Chargers would clinch their first outright regular season district championship since their move up to […]


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