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Thursday Prep Roundup

1970366_698327090220658_2426261804141430344_nThirteen was the unlucky number for the Westwood football team on Thursday night as they failed in getting their 13th consecutive win  falling to Forrest in Chapel Hill.  After an early Forrest score, Marcus Pendleton returned a punt 90 yards with 2 minutes remaining in the first quarter to tie the game at 6.  The Westwood defense had few answers for the home standing Forrest offense falling behind 22 to 6 in the 2nd quarter.  Jake Hollandsworth hooked up with Byron Sullivan on a 65 yard TD pass in the 2nd quarter, but Westwood still trailed 30 to 12 at the half.  Coach Chad Dyer’s Rockets got 2 touchdown runs from Sullivan in the second half from 54 yards and 12 yards respectively, and Leo Botello added a late score to trim the final margin the 44 to 30.  The Rockets fall to 3 and 1 on the season as they prepare for a pivotal game against Cascade next Thursday at 6:30 at Dyer-Bouldin Field.  Thunder Radio will carry the broadcast of that contest as part of our Hometown Tuesday series.  The pregame show will get underway at 6:20.

Soccer The CHS Lady Raider soccer team got their first win on the year as they dropped Lincoln County by a 3 to 1 score on Thursday night in Fayetteville.  Caitlyn Moore, Alex Ellison and Makenzie Anderson all had goals for the Lady Raiders as Maclay Brandon and Andrea Vasquez were credited with assists.  With the win, Coffee County improved its record to 1 and 3 on the year, but more importantly; then are 1 and 0 in District 8AAA play.  The Lady Raiders travel to McMinnville on Tuesday for a 7:00 PM match with Warren County

 

VolleyballsThe CHS Volleyball team stretched their winning streak to 5 matches with a straight set win over Lincoln County on Thursday night.  The Lady Raiders won with set scores of 23, 18 & 15 to improve to 2 and 0 in District 8AAA play.  Cameron Davis led the team in aces for the match while Brittany Williams continued her fine setting as she led the team in assists.  Cursten Vuaghn and Sydney Pearson led Coffee County in kills while Tyger Fenton and Sarah Brown led the Lady Raiders in digs.  The Lady Raiders travel to Chattanooga on Friday for the first round of the Choo Choo Classic.  Coffee County will take on Father Ryan at 5 PM(EDT) followed by Red Bank at 6 and Chattanooga Central at 9.  Friday’s results will set their matches for Saturday in this prestigious tournament.