East Hamilton Top Seed In District 6A/AA Soccer

Friday, May 3, 2013

East Hamilton is the top seed going into the District 6A/AA soccer tournament this weekend.  East Ridge is second and Hixson is third.

 First round games begin on Friday and Saturday with Central facing off with East Ridge, Red Bank playing Hixson and Tyner playing CSAS.

 District semifinals will be played on Tuesday and the championship played on Thursday.

Seeding:

1st Place - East Hamilton
2nd Place - East Ridge
3rd Place - Hixson
4th Place - CSAS
5th Place - Tyner
6th Place - Red Bank
7th Place - Chatt Central

Brackets:

East Hamilton - BYE
(7) Chatt Central v (2) East Ridge @ Camp Jordan - Friday, May 3rd 7pm
(6) Red Bank @ (3) Hixson - TBA
(5) Tyner @ (4) CSAS - TBA

District Semifinals - Tuesday, May 7th

Winner of Tyner/CSAS @ (1) East Hamilton
Winner of Red Bank/Hixson v Winner of Chatt Central/East Ridge - Higher Seed Host

District Finals - Thursday, May 9th
Winner of Semifinals play each other - higher seed hosts

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