East Ridge Top Seed In District 6-A/AA Soccer Tournament

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The East Ridge boys soccer team has earned the top seed going into post season play which begins on Thursday for District 6A/AA.

Hixson is the second seed. 

The first round games will be played on Thursday.

 

Semifinals will be played at the higher seed next Tuesday and the championship will be played on Thursday. 

District 6A/AA Tournament Information:

Seeding:

1. East Ridge
2. Hixson
3. Tyner
4. Red Bank
5. Chattanooga Central
6. Marion Co.
7. Sale Creek

Schedule (Higher Seed will Host):

District Quarter Finals:
East Ridge - Bye
Thursday, May 1st - Marion County v Tyner @ Finley Stadium - 
Thursday, May 1st - Chattanooga Central @ Red Bank - 7:00pm
Monday, May 5th - Sale Creek @ Hixson - 5:30pm

District Semifinals - Tuesday, May 6th (higher seed hosts)
Winner of Chattanooga Central/Red Bank will play vs. East Ridge @ Camp Jordan-7pm
Winner of Marion Co/Tyner v Winner of Sale Creek/Hixson

District Championship-Thursday, May 8th (winners play each other, higher seed hosts)

All tournament details can be sent to sports@chattanoogan.com.


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