Friday Night Prep Football Scores

Friday, October 27, 2017

MBA 24 Baylor 23

McCallie 45 Father Ryan 7

Ooltewah 45 Heritage 7

East Ridge 19 Hixson 15

Howard 17 East Hamilton 14

Cloudland 26 Copper Basin 20

Maryville 31 Bradley Central 7

Cleveland 42 McMinn County 38 

Meigs County 60 Wartburg 8

Bledsoe County 3 Tellico Plains 0

Marion County 34 Polk County 7

Brainerd 38 McMinn Central 0

Red Bank 49 Loudon 24

Signal Mountain 30 Sweetwater 24

Tyner 27 Central 16

Whitwell 69 Sale Creek 0

Upperman 20 Sequatchie County 14

Smith County 39 Grundy County 0

Soddy Daisy 48 Walker Valley 28

Cane Ridge 35 Rhea County 14

CAK 30 Boyd-Buchanan 19

Grace Christian Knoxville 41 CCS 14

Knox Webb 42 Silverdale Academy 6

Middle Tennessee Christian 44 Grace Baptist 13




Lee Hosts Kay McDaniel Tennis Clinic

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