CONYERS, Ga. — The Chattanooga Football Club wasn’t able to earn a road win against the Georgia Revolution on Saturday, but the visitors did pick up a key point in a 1-1 tie.

Chattanooga FC continues to lead the National Premier Soccer League Southeast Conference with 17 points, five more than the Revolution and Jacksonville United FC, which was off Saturday.

CFC (5-1-2), the defending Southeast champion, has two league matches remaining, at home against the Revolution (3-2-3) next Saturday and at the Knoxville Force on July 16.

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