PREP SCHEDULES

Sunday, September 30, 2018

FOOTBALL

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

Chattanooga Christian at Baylor

Grace at Boyd-Buchanan

Bradley at Rhea Co.

East Nashville at Brainerd

Cleveland at Walker Valley

Copper Basin at Silverdale

Tyner at East Hamilton

East Ridge at Signal Mountain

Red Bank at Hixson

Lookout Valley at Huntland

Coalfield at Marion Co.

West Forsythe at McCallie

Meigs Co. at McMinn Central

Soddy Daisy at Ooltewah

Whitwell at Polk Co.

Sale Creek at Pickett Co.

Sequatchie Co. at Bledsoe Co.

South Pittsburg at Lipscomb Academy

 

VOLLEYBALL  

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

Father Ryan at Baylor

Father Ryan at GPS

CCS at Signal Mountain

East Ridge at Grace

Notre Dame at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

CSAS at Lookout Valley

Boyd-Buchanan at Rhea Co.

Silverdale at Hixson

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

Soddy Daisy at Baylor

CCS at Boyd-Buchanan

East Hamilton at East Ridge

Notre Dame at Silverdale

Red Bank at Sale Creek

Hixson at Central

Ooltewah at Cleveland

CSAS at Marion Co.

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

Soddy Daisy at Signal Mountain

Central at Bradley

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

Howard at East Ridge

Boyd-Buchanan at Notre Dame

Cleveland at Soddy Daisy

Whitwell at Lookout Valley

Grace at Collegedale Academy

Sale Creek at Rhea Co.

Heritage at Silverdale

Hixson at East Hamilton

Ooltewah at McMinn Co.

Signal Mountain at Sequatchie Co.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Pope John Paul II at Baylor

Brentwood Academy at Baylor

Brentwood Academy at GPS

Boyd-Buchanan at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

Southern Tournament – Baylor

Pope John Paul II at GPS

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 1

Rhea Co. at Boyd-Buchanan

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2

Baylor at Walton

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4

Baylor at Lipscomb Academy

Baylor at Pope John Paul II

GPS at Father Ryan

GPS at Harpeth Hall

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5

GPS at Lipscomb Academy

GPS at St. Cecelia

 

GIRLS SOCCER      

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

GPS at Ensworths 2:00

St. Andrew's-Sewanee at Boyd Buchanan 7:00

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

Polk County at Sequoyah County 6:00

 

TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 25

Baylor at McMinn County 6:00

Bradley Central at East Ridge 7:00

CSAS at Rhea County 7:00

CCS at Grace 7:00

Cleveland at Signal Mountain 6:00

Howard at Boyd Buchanan 5:30

Karns at Silverdale 7:00

McMinn Central at East Hamilton 6:00

Notre Dame at St. Andrews-Sewanee 6:00

Polk County at Ooltewah 6:00

Pope John Paul II at GPS 5:00

Red Bank at Central 5:30

Soddy Daisy at Warren County 6:00

Sequatchie County at Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy 6:00

Tyner at Bledsoe County 6:00

Walker Valley at Chattanooga Patriots 7:00 

 

THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 27

Boyd Buchanan at CCS at 7:00

Central at Howard 6:00

Coffee County at Ooltewah 6:00

Hixson at Sequatchie County 6:00

Rhea County at Soddy Daisy 7:00

Sequoyah at McMinn Central 6:00

Signal Mountain at East Hamilton 7:00

Silverdale Academy at East Ridge 7:00

Tyner at CSAS 7:00

Walker Valley at McMinn County 7:00

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Brentwood Academy at Baylor 4:00

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

Notre Dame at Maryville 7:00

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 1

Oliver Springs at Bledsoe County 6:30

Sweetwater at Silverdale 7:00

Tyner at Polk County 5:30

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2

CCS at Soddy Daisy 7:00

Chattanooga Patriots at Hixson 6:00

McMinn Central at East Ridge 7:00

McMinn County at Bearden 7:00

Notre Dame at Baylor 7:00

Polk County at East Hamilton 7:00

Sequatchie County at White County 6:00

Walker Valley at Signal Mountain 6:00

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4

Baylor at Pope John Paul II 

Bradley Central at Stone Memorial 6:00

Chattanooga Patriots at Soddy Daisy 7:00

East Ridge at CSAS 7:00

GPS at Lipscomb Academy 5:00

Hixson at Ooltewah 6:00

McMinn County at McMinn Central 6:00

Rhea County at Walker Valley 5:30

Tyner at Signal Mountain 6:00

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9

Baylor at GPS 7:00



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