Chattanooga Steam AAU Team Sweeps Nashville Tournament

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Front row, left to right: Jason Holland, Gage Henry, A.J. Bynum
Back row, left to right: Jon Wood Jr, KT Webb, Coach Jon Webb, Winston Tullis, Keon Walker, Coach Jon Wood, Sr.
Front row, left to right: Jason Holland, Gage Henry, A.J. Bynum Back row, left to right: Jon Wood Jr, KT Webb, Coach Jon Webb, Winston Tullis, Keon Walker, Coach Jon Wood, Sr.

The Chattanooga Steam Varsity High School AAU Boys Basketball Team swept the MSYS MidState Hoop Fest Tournament in Nashville this weekend.

The Steam went through the tournament unbeaten.

The Chattanooga Steam is led by KT Webb from Signal Mountain High School, Jason Holland and Winston Tullis from Sale Creek High School, Jon Wood and Gage Henry from Dade County High School and AJ Bynum and Keon Walker from Fort Payne High School.

The Chattanooga Steam is coached by Jon Webb and Jon Wood. 



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