Chicka­mauga 7’s, LaFayette 10’s win Dizzy Dean dis­trict ti­tles

Walker County Messenger - - Sports - By Scott Herpst

The Chicka­mauga Storm went 4-0 last week­end to claim the 7-year-old Dizzy Dean Dis­trict 1 cham­pi­onship in Chicka­mauga.

The Storm de­feated Dade County on Fri­day and took care of both LFO and Whit­field County on Saturday to ad­vance to the fi­nals. There they de­feated Boyn­ton, 18-14, on Sun­day af­ter­noon to win the ti­tle.

In Boyn­ton, Ring­gold won its first two games in the 8-year-old tour­na­ment, de­feat­ing the Rock Spring Mus­tangs and Chicka­mauga to ad­vance to the win­ners’ bracket fi­nal.

How­ever, Ring­gold would lose to Dade County on Sun­day and would fall again later in the day, this time to Sum­merville, who went on to lose to Dade County in the cham­pi­onship game.

LaFayette picked up a win over Sum­merville on Fri­day night, beat Trion on Saturday af­ter­noon and de­feated Trion again on Sun­day to win the 10-year old tour­na­ment cham­pi­onship in Sum­merville.

And in the 12-yearold tour­na­ment in Tren­ton, Mur­ray County ad­vanced to the cham­pi­onship game, which was slated for last Mon­day night. How­ever, Gor­don County, who beat Dade County in Sun­day’s elim­i­na­tion bracket fi­nal, for­feited the ti­tle game, which gave Mur­ray County the cham­pi­onship.

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