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Chargers win third in a row

Chargers win third in a row

The CTA Chargers traveled to Kentwood on February 8 to lock horns with the Titans of Grand River Prep. The Chargers came out of the gate strong and built a quick 8-point lead in the first quarter. That is when sophomore guard Cole Chilcote took over, scoring 12 of his game high 18 points in the second quarter, including three straight 3-pointers.

“We have faced a lot of zone this year, and this was definitely the best we have shot against a zone,” said assistant coach and offensive guru Aaron Kenemer. “It really opened up the paint and let us get some good looks on cuts.”

CTA ended up 5-9 from long range. The Titans made a furious comeback in the second half but with some timely defensive stops and great free throw shooting down the stretch, the Chargers held on for the 49-42 victory.

This is the third straight win for the Chargers. Last week they had wins over Lakeshore Baptist Academy and an overtime victory against Fremont Providence Christian. The three-game winning streak has brought the Chargers record to 9-6 on the season. They were scheduled to  finish their season with a game at Zion Christian High School in Byron Center on Tuesday, February 16.

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