Cougars Crash Dunwoody Homecoming

MatthewKohn, Staff Reporter

On the night of September 23, the Cougars dominated the Dunwoody Wildcats (2-2) with a score of 41-0, putting Chattahoochee over .500 on the season with a 3-2 overall record and a 2-1 record in the region, placing them in a three-way tie for second, only behind rival Johns Creek. This was a much needed win for a Chattahoochee team that is improving week by week.

The Cougars offense and defense both played at the top level during the dominating performance versus the Wildcats. Senior quarterback, Chase Owens (SR) led the way with five passing touchdowns, four of which came in the first half. Receiver Isaac Kinsey (SR) also had an outstanding night with three touchdowns and multiple impressive punt returns. Running back Joseph Daniels (JR) had a nice night running and catching out of the backfield that included a rushing touchdown near the goal line. In total, the Cougars amassed over 400 yards of total offense. 

On defense, Chattahoochee was able to shut out Dunwoody. This is the second time this season that the Cougars didn’t give up a single point. Logan Tamisin (SR) was able to come away with an early interception that set the tone for the rest of the game. The defense continued to shine and prove why they are the best unit on this improved Chattahoochee team. More stats from the game can be found at MaxPreps.

On September 30, the Cougars look to carry their momentum back home where they face off against the Centennial Knights. The Knights are coming into this game with a 3-2 record as well and are tied with The Cougars for second in the region. Chattahoochee is looking to extend their win streak to 3 games and improve to 4-2 overall and 3-1 in the region.


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