Prep Football Scores: Week Zero

Friday, August 22, 2014
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WEEK ZERO:

FRIDAY FINALS:
CCS 62 Grace 0
Ooltewah 58 Brainerd 12
Baylor 51 Howard 6
Bradley 21 Polk County 6
Silverdale 35 Lookout Valley 16
Signal Mountain 28 East Hamilton 19
Central 16 Franklin County 10 
Soddy-Daisy 49 Hixson 36
Knox Catholic 15 Notre Dame 12
Bell County, KY 35 South Pittsburg 7
Coalfield 34 Copper Basin 32
Whitwell 45 Mt. Juliet 7
Red Bank 20 Boyd-Buchanan 16 
McMinn Central 41 McMinn County 34 (OT)
Oakdale 48 Sale Creek 10
Sequatchie County 53 Community 7 

Bledsoe County 33 Cumberland County 0

Walker Valley 35 East Ridge 28

THURSDAY FINALS
McCallie 44 Cleveland 0
Marion County 49 Grundy County 22 


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