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Staff file photo / Mackenzie Smith, right, scored to help the Chattanooga Lady Red Wolves rally to beat the host Nashville Rhythm FC on Sunday night.

The Chattanooga Lady Red Wolves fell behind early in the Women's Premier Soccer League Southeast Conference championship match Sunday night, but they rallied to beat the host Nashville Rhythm FC 2-1 and win their second consecutive conference title.

The Lady Red Wolves won their previous championship in their inaugural season in 2019; the WPSL did not play last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chattanooga overcame its 1-0 deficit with goals from Mackenzie Smith and Ashley Grant to go to halftime with the lead.

Hannah Tillett, who scored the winning goal in Friday's semifinal win at home against Southern Soccer Academy and assisted Grant's goal Sunday, was named most outstanding player of the tournament.

Compiled by Gene Henley. Contact him at ghenley@timesfreepress.com and follow him on Twitter @genehenley3.

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