Third-Round TSSAA Football Playoff Pairings For Area Teams

Saturday, November 10, 2012

With Baylor, McCallie, Silverdale Baptist and South Pittsburg falling by the wayside, the Chattanooga area’s chances for a 2012 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association state title rests on the shoulders of East Hamilton, Ooltewah, Boyd-Buchanan and Marion County.

 

5in 0.0001pt 0in;">The Hurricanes advanced to the third round with an impressive 35-14 win over Page on Friday night in Class 4A action.

 

Ooltewah spotted Lenoir City a touchdown and then routed the Panthers with a second- and third-quarter blitz to win, 31-7, in Class 5A.

 

Boyd-Buchanan advanced to the Class 2A quarterfinals by beating Oneida, 21-6, and Marion County posted a lopsided, 48-21, victory over Trousdale County.

 

Here are the third-round pairings for the area tams still alive in the playoffs:

 

Friday

 

All games start at 7 p.m. Local Time

 

Class 2A

 

Boyd-Buchanan (11-1) at Knoxville Grace (10-1)

 

Marion County (9-2) at Friendship Christian (10-1)

 

Class 4A

 

East Hamilton (11-1) at Giles County (12-0)

 

Class 5A

 

Ooltewah (9-3) at Columbia (10-2)

 

(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)

 

 

 

 

 


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