Region Soccer Semfinals Set For Tuesday

Monday, October 21, 2013

Several area prep girls soccer teams will be in action on Tuesday in the region semfinals hosted by each district champion.

In Class A/AA, Notre Dame and East Ridge will host games.

In Class AAA, McMinn County will host. 

Winners of the region semifinals will advance to the finals on Thursday.  Both region winners and runner up will advanced to sectional play next Saturday.  Only sectional winners will advance to the state tournament which will be played in Mufreesboro.

TUESDAY, October 22

 Region 4A/AA
CCS at Merrol-Hyde
Murfreesboro Central Magnet at Notre Dame


Region 3A/AA
Grace at East Ridge
Hixson at McMinn Central


Region 3AAA
Warren County at McMinn County
Cleveland at Cookeville

 


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