Basketball at CCS
The Chattanooga Christian School basketball program is built upon three core values: Character, Commitment, and Sacrifice. Our players are challenged to reflect these values on the basketball court, in the classroom, and in their daily Christian walk. The game of basketball is used as a platform to reinforce these values as well as to teach the spiritual life lessons found in it. It is our goal to grow the unique God given gifts, talents, and abilities of each of our student athletes.
The Boys Basketball team won the State Championship title in 2001.
|HS Boys Varsity||HS Girls Varsity|
|HS Boys JV||HS Girls JV|
|MS Boys Varsity||MS Girls Varsity|
|MS Boys JV||MS Girls JV|
|MS Boys 6th Grade||Lower School Girls & Boys|
Girls Basketball Head Coach
Laura Cottrell played college basketball at Clemson University where she was a starter for 3 years and ranks in the top 5 in career rebounding and top 15 in career points. She earned ACC MVP honors in the 1996 ACC tournament as the Lady Tigers won their first ever ACC championship in basketball. Cottrell came to Chattanooga serving as an Assistant coach at UT Chattanooga. After 3 seasons with the Lady Mocs, Cottrell took the head coaching position at Baylor School, coaching her team to a Region Championship and a berth in the state tournament. Cottrell was then Head Coach a David Brainerd Christian School for 5 years before coming to CCS
Girls Basketball Assistant Coach
Wes Moore played basketball throughout his high school career at CCS (class of ’95) and then continued his playing career as a four year starter at point guard at UTC (class of ‘99). In his high school career Moore scored over 2,600 points and was runner up for Mr. Basketball in the state of Tennessee. He was awarded the Scrappy Moore award his senior year as the top male athlete in Chattanooga. Moore then started all four years on the UTC basketball team, which included an NCAA tournament run to the Sweet 16. Moore was inducted into the UTC Hall of Fame in 2011, and still holds a number of records to this day. Moore was a graduate assistant coach for 2 years at UTC when his playing career came to an end. Moore is happy to be back at his alma mater coaching basketball.
Boys Basketball Head Coach
Eddie Salter graduated from Covenant College where he excelled as a basketball player and studied to earn a degree in Education. After college, he split his time between assistant coaching for the men's basketball team at Covenant and as JV head coach at CCS. 2018 marks his 32th year at CCS, where he has coached both football and basketball. He has been named District Coach of the Year, brought the basketball team to three state appearances, produced a number of all-conference players, and two Mr. Basketball winners. After reaching the final four in 1998, he led the varsity basketball team to a State Championship in 2001. Coach Salter has developed the skills of many players who went on to play collegiate basketball.