Region Volleyball Tournaments Start Monday

Sunday, October 13, 2013
The CSAS volleyball team gets together during a timeout during a district semifinal game at Boyd-Buchanan last week.
The CSAS volleyball team gets together during a timeout during a district semifinal game at Boyd-Buchanan last week.
- photo by Greg Davick

Twelve area high school volleyball teams will play in four separate region tournaments this week with two region champions crowned on Monday and two on Tuesday.   Sale Creek, Polk County, Signal Mountain and Ooltewah will be hosts this week.

Region 3-A will be play on Monday at Sale Creek with two semifinal games and a championship game.  Boyd-Buchanan and Sale Creek were district winners last week

Region 3-AA will be played at Polk County.  Chattanooga Central and Polk County were won district titles last week.

Signal Mountain will host the region 4-AA tournament on Tuesday.  Signal will play Macon County and Notre Dame will play Livingston Academy.   Signal beat Notre Dame for the district title last week.

Ooltewah will be the site of the region 3-AAA tournament with two games on Monday and the championship on Tuesday.  District champion Ooltewah will play Stone Memorial and Soddy-Daisy will play Cookeville.

The region champion and runner-up will advanced to sectional play on Thursday

 

REGION VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULES:

Class A Region 3

At Sale Creek

MONDAY

Boyd-Buchanan vs Lookout Valley 6 p.m.
Sale Creek vs CSAS 4:30 p.m.
Championship 7:30 p.m.

Class AA Region 3
At Polk Co.

MONDAY

Polk Co. vs Red Bank 6 p.m.
Central vs McMinn Central 4:30 p.m.
Championship 7:30 p.m.

Class AA Region 4
At Signal Mountain

TUESDAY

Signal Mountain vs Macon Co. 4:30 p.m.
Livingston Academy vs Notre Dame 6 p.m.
Championship 7:30 p.m.

Class AAA Region 3
At Ooltewah High SChool

MONDAY

Ooltewah vs Stone Memorial 6 p.m.
Cookeville vs Soddy-Daisy 7:30 p.m.

TUESDAY
Championship 6:30 p.m,

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