Division I Regional Tournament Matchups

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

 



Girls Regional Tournament: 

FRIDAY

Class A
Oneida at Lookout Valley
Sale Creek at Midway
Jackson Co. at Whitwell
S. Pittsburg at Clay Co. 
Copper Basin at Wartburg Central 

Class AA
Tyner at McMinn Central 
Sweetwater at Red Bank
Sequoyah at Signal Mountain
Brainerd at Meigs County
Grundy County at Macon County
Sequatchie County at Upperman
Livingston Academy at Bledsoe County

Class AAA
Warren County at Bradley Central
Walker Valley at Rhea County
Cleveland at Stone Memorial
White County at East Hamilton 

Boys Regional Tournament:

SATURDAY

Class A
Lookout Valley at Oakdale
Rockwood at Sale Creek

Class AA
Red Bank at McMinn Central
Loudon at Tyner
Sequoyah at Signal Mountain
Howard at Sweetwater
Sequatchie Co. at Livingston Academy
Marion Co. at Upperman
Watertown at Grundy County

Class AAA
East Hamilton at White County
McMinn Co. at Stone Memorial
Warren County at Walker Valley




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