Recent Event Highlights: Mountaineers close out regular season at West - Maryville Daily Times, Coaches unhappy with bracket release time - The Daily News Journal, Class 1A wins over 2A teams up from 2009 football season - The Daily News Journal, Kreager: Time to believe in Blaze football - The Daily News Journal, Big Conference Lead on the Line When Tennessee High Invades Tribe Wigwam - TricitiesSports.com, Kreager: MTCS heads to Huntland back on track - The Daily News Journal, and 10 more...
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OR playoff possibilities limitlessOak RidgerTSSAA will release the teams in the playoffs on Saturday by noon CST but they hope to have it sooner so that coaches can form a game plan and get video ...and more »
Lights out at Peabody's Freed FieldJackson Sun3 seed in their quadrant, according to the latest playoff projections from the TSSAA. That means the Tide would host a first-round playoff game next Friday ...and more »
Mountaineers close out regular season at WestMaryville Daily TimesHowever, the Mountaineers were ruled out of the playoffs before playing the final game of 2009 and went on to fall to West, 39-22, the following week. ...
Coaches unhappy with bracket release timeThe Daily News JournalPrior to the TSSAA broadening Division I play to six football playoff classes in 2009, high school coaches knew after the final Friday night of the regular ...and more »
Class 1A wins over 2A teams up from 2009 football seasonThe Daily News JournalThat's up about two percent from 2009. The Class 6A margin is the one that concerns TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress. ...and more »
Simple just isn't in the cards for prep playoffsClarksville Leaf ChronicleChanges were afoot when the TSSAA tried to revamp the high school football playoff system to account for the addition of two classifications at the ...
Kreager: Time to believe in Blaze footballThe Daily News JournalAll four teams should be in the TSSAA playoffs when they start in November. Which side of the bracket they are in — east or west — has yet to be decided. ...and more »
Big Conference Lead on the Line When Tennessee High Invades Tribe WigwamTricitiesSports.comShould the state playoffs have started this week, the revised TSSAA state playoff pecking order would have seeded the Indians first in Quadrant 1 of the ...and more »
Kreager: MTCS heads to Huntland back on trackThe Daily News JournalAt 4-3 overall and 2-1 in District 9-A, the Cougars may have already clinched a Class 1A playoff berth under the TSSAA's current playoff rules. ...
Central Hosts Crockett With Big Eight Victory Up for GrabsTricitiesSports.comAfter a breakout 2009, just missing out on the TSSAA playoffs, the David Crockett Pioneers (3-3, 0-3) have had a roller-coaster 2010. ...
Lawrence County High School Wildcat Punter Stan Ridgeway finished the 2009 season as the # 8 Punter in The State of Tennessee and the # 2 ranked Junior as ranked my maxpreps.com . The LCHS Wildcats finished the season at 9-3 and reached the 2nd round of the TSSAA Tennessee State Football Playoffs.
Lawrence County High School Wildcat Junior Defensive Back Trent Garland led the 2009 Wildcat Football team to a 9-3 record and to the 2nd round of The TSSAA Tennessee High School Football Playoffs.
Lawrence County High School Wildcats JUNIOR Tailback Trent Garland led a potent offensive attack to a 9-3 record and the 2nd round of the TSSAA 2009 Tennessee High School playoffs
Carter takes over as Science Hill football coach; Haynie named interim coach ...Kingsport Times NewsAll six of his teams qualified for the TSSAA playoffs and two of them reached the semifinals. The Rebels also brought home four consecutive Mountain Lakes ...and more »
TSSAA Board of Control MinutesThe ChattanooganThe Football Playoff Committee met on Thursday, December 17, 2009, and Wednesday, January 13, 2010 at the state office. The committee consists of state ...
FarragutpressYear in ReviewFarragutpressAdmirals football proved reliable in two ways during 2009: beating Bearden twice (42-17 in the regular season and 10-3 in the playoffs) to make it 11 wins ...and more »
Top 10 local sports stories of 2009Sparta ExpositorThe Warrior football team became one of the most talked about football teams in the state of Tennessee when they advanced to the state playoffs with a 1-9 ...and more »
The Wayne County Wildcats lose to the Union City Tornadoes.
Wayne County beats Jo Byrns in the quarter finals of the Tennessee 1A playoffs.
The Wayne County Wildcats beat their in-county rivals, the Collinwood Trojans, for the second time this season. First on Halloween, then on Friday the 13th.
The Commanders of Friendship Christian School traveled to Trousdale County to take on the Yellow Jackets of TCHS in the third round of the TSSAA playoffs on November 20, 2009.
The magical season for the rebels football team sees them at home to face the Daniel Boone Trail Blazers...South beat the trail blazers in ot in week 3 this season....Tonight, THE REMATCH. Boone ousted 5A's number one ranked Tennessee High last week to advance to tonights showdown in Death Valley in Colonial Heighs, Tennessee....who moves on, who joins the basketball team? Find out right here.
(2009-2010) mckenzie Rebels take on the Riverside Panthers in the 2nd round of the TSSAA Playoffs.
(2009-2010) McKenzie Rebels take on the Riverside Panthers in the 2nd round of the TSSAA Playoffs.
On Friday, Nov. 13, 2009, Friendship Christian School hosted East Robertson in the second round of the TSSAA playoffs and came away with a decisive victory. FCS will face Trousdale County in the third round on Nov. 20, 2009.
Round 2 of the TSSAA HS football playoffs saw some huge upsets this friday night. Some teams move on, while others move back home for the winter. bvds season long coverage of the South football teams magical season continues with this latest installment. Tonights game saw Perennial Knoxville and State power Knox Catholic bring their golden domes to death valley to face a team that has captured the hearts of people not only in east tennessee, but parts unknown as well. Everyone by now knows about the sudden and tragic end of Jake Logues life that fateful night in Knoxville back in September. Tonight, the Rebels journey continues as Jakes soul brothers continue their march to what hopefully will be a story book ending to a nightmare start. Coinciding with Souths thrilling win tonight, is the shocking loss of Tennessee High's Vikings at the hands of conference foe Daniel Boone High School. This sets up a surprising rematch of 2 teams that played an overtime thriller earlier this season in Gray, Tn, with the Rebels handing Boone their first of only 2 losses this season 35-28. That game can be seen also on my channel as well