Chargers Ready to Move Into New Stadium This Fall

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Updated: 8/05/2013 6:54 pm

Chattanooga-(WDEF) Chattanooga Christian heads into the new year with a new stadium. The Chargers hope the hard work that is going into their new facility will inspire more victories this fall.

Since CCS started up football in 2009, they haven't enjoyed a winning season. They were 2-8 last year, but head coach Barry Loyal believes they might have turned the corner. "We really started to finish better as the season went on, and we really finished on a high note. So when I think about last season, that's really what I think about." Said receiver Jonathan Farlett,"We haven't reached a level of success collectively that we want to reach as a team. I think there's a different vibe about this group."

The Chargers would like to finish better on defense. Last year, they gave up fifty or more points in four games. Said receiver Tucker Youngblood,"Up front, our front seven. If we are more physical up there, and plug the gaps and make the tackles, and make the plays we need make, then we should be all right." Said Farlett,"If you believe you are going to win, and you put forth maximum effort, and you pay attention to the little details, and execute those little details, then nothing can stop you from being successful."

The Chargers should have more confidence this season, thanks in part to a new soccer-football stadium, complete with the artificial turf. Said Loyal,"I definitely think in the last week there has been some excitement. The stadium itself is coming complete." Said Farlett,"We were talking who is going to score the first touchdown there. We are really excited about that." Added Youngblood,"To put on that Chargers uniform as a senior. It gives it with the stadium a lot more pride."

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