TSSAA Football Playoff Results, Matchups

Saturday, November 4, 2017

TSSAA State Football Playoffs

All Starts 7 p.m. Local Time

First Round Results, Nov.

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Second Round Games, Nov. 10

Division I

Class 1A

First-Round Results

South Pittsburg 41, Monterey 0

Jo Byrns 26, Copper Basin 0

Whitwell 65, Clay County 6

Gordonsville 35, Lookout Valley 0

Second-Round Games

Jo Byrns (9-2) at South Pittsburg (10-0)

Whitwell (10-1) at Gordonsville (7-4)

Class 2A

First-Round Results

Meigs County 46, South Greene 7

Tyner 49, Jackson County 7

Watertown 34, Polk County 14

Marin County 28, Westmoreland 7

Trousdale County 34, Bledsoe County 6

Second-Round Games

Happy Valley (8-3) at Meigs County (11-0)

Watertown (9-2) at Tyner 9-2)

Marion County (6-5) at Trousdale County (8-3)

Class 3A

First-Round Results

Red Bank 21, Sequatchie County 13

York Institute 49, Signal Mountain 21

Second-Round Games

York Institute (9-2) at Red Bank (9-2)

Class 4A

First-Round Results

Greeneville 56, East Ridge 7

Chattanooga Central 45, Sullivan South 42

Second-Round Games

Chattanooga Central (7-4) at Greeneville (11-0)

Class 5A

First-Round Results

Oak Ridge 32, Soddy-Daisy 7

Knox West 15, Rhea County 13

Class 6A

First-Round Results

Dobyns-Bennett 30, Ooltewah 7

Bradley Central 41, Science Hill 34

Farragut 42, Cleveland 28

Second-Round Games

Bradley Central (9-2) at Dobyns-Bennett 8-3)

Division II

Class 1A

First-Round Results

Fayette Academy 33, Chattanooga Grace 7

Class 2A

First-Round Results

Notre Dame 34, Lipscomb Academy 7

Knox Webb 42, Chattanooga Christian 21

Second-Round Games

Knoxville Grace (7-4) at Notre Dame (9-1)

Class 3A

First-Round Results

Baylor 28, Ensworth 20

Second-Round Games

McCallie (7-3) at Briarcrest (9-1)

Baylor (4-7) at MBA (8-2)

(Contact Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com and on Twitter @larryfleming44)

 



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