Notre Dame Voted No. 1 In District 7-AA

Thursday, August 15, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Notre Dame was voted No. 1 in the 2013 Coaches Predictions for District 7-AA published recently in Murphy Fair's Tennessee High School Football.

Fair compiles the preseason all-state teams using votes from the state's head football coaches. This is the 26th straight year Fair has published the preseason prep football magazine.

2013 Coaches Predictions

1. Notre Dame (3A)

2. Signal Mountain (4A)

3. Grundy County (3A)

4. Bledsoe County (3A)

5. Sequatchie County (3A)

6. Chattanooga Christian (3A)

2012 District Standings

1. Signal Mountain         5-0       7-4

2. Notre Dame                4-1    9-3

3. Grundy County            3-2    5-6

4. Chatt Christian            2-3    2-8

5. Bledsoe Co.                1-4    2-8

6. Sequatchie Co.            0-5    2-8

Fair's magazine can be purchased in Chattanooga at Big Ridge Cleaners (5936 Hixson Pike, Publix Shopping Center); Mountain City Cleaners (3554 Broad Street); Carriage Cleaners (715 Signal Mountain Road); Carriage Cleaners (3835 Dayton Blvd.)

This is the 20th of a series on Chattanooga-area high school football. Coming Friday, Aug. 16: District 5-AAA preview.



(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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