Chattanooga Christian School Boys Varsity Cross Country

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The CCS Chargers Cross Country teams both competed in the TSSAA State Meet Saturday, Nov. 4 at Percy Warner Park in Nashville, TN. The Lady Chargers started off the morning with a 6th place finish in the state meet with Phoebe Moran placing 14th overall. The boys followed with an impressive run winning CCS’ first Division

Chargers Eyeing State

Both the  Charger Girls XC team (Region Runners up) and Boys XC team (Region Champs) are heading to the State Cross Country Championship meet, Saturday November 4 at Percy Warner Park, 2500 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville. Girls run at 11:30 central, and boys run at 12:05 central. Let your Chargers know you support them!

Cross Country : Eyes on Region

The Boys Varsity Cross Country Team placed 2nd to Knoxville Ambassadors School and placed ahead of 35 other teams at the Victor Ashe Allcomers  meet in Knoxville. Edimo Ninteretse won the small school race in 16:45. Matthew Adams placed 9th in 18:05, and Joshua Richardson 10th in 18:06 (Top ten runners received individual medals). Chase Manton (14th/18:39), Brandon Lowe

MS & ES Cross Country STATE BOUND!

The middle school and elementary boys and girls cross country teams ran in the Tennessee regional meet today at Moccasin Bend. Over 400 runners participated in this state qualifying meet. The CCS girls were lead by Skye Reid who finished 19th overall and Marissa Hasnani in 21st giving the Chargers a 3rd place finish, while

Chargers Finish Strong at Jessie Owens Meet

The CCS Cross Country Teams ran at the Jesse Owens Classic on Saturday,October 7 with the Boys Varsity team competing in the Championship division. Edimo Ninteretse placed 9th with a time of 16:02 placing him  9th out of almost 1,400 varsity runners competing. Edimo currently has the 3rd best time of any Division II (A or AA)

CCS Boys XC Keeping Pace

The Boys Cross Country Team ran very competitively Saturday, September 30th at Baylor School in a 2 mile race. Baylor placed 1st with 31 points with the Chargers on their heels with 43 points. Red Bank was 3rd with 88 points, Soddy Daisy 4th with 92 and Notre Dame 5th with 127. Top 7 finishers

ISC Championship Cross Country Meet

Monday the Elementary and Middle School Cross Country teams came in strong during the ISC Championship. The elementary girls team finished 4th overall behind the running Kallie West who came in first place for the elementary girls. The MS girls finished 3rd overall while the MS boys team placed first behind Carson Turner who came

Edimo Leads Chargers

Saturday, September 23  Edimo Ninteretse led the boys to a 5th place finish in a strong field of teams at the McCallie Invite. Edimo was 4th individually with an impressive time of 16:24 (38 seconds off the school record in his first cross country race), followed by Matthew Adams with a breakthrough effort (18th in 17:17), Joshua Richardson

Micaiah Allison Competes in State Meet

Micaiah Allison competed in the state cross country meet last Saturday. He ran very competitively and finished 44th out of 190 of some of the State’s best runners with a time of 17:54. Individual season best times ranked Micaiah as 73rd before the race, so placing 44th was a very impressive race. Congratulations for a

CCS MS Cross Country Teams Are State Bound!

Congratulations to the middle school cross country teams as both boys and girls teams came int forth place at the state qualifying meet at Baylor Saturday. Cate Tucker placed 16th and Skye Reid came in 19th for the girls, while Jonathan Kapic placed in the top 20 finishing 19th overall for the boys. “They have shown awesome