State Volleyball Begins Tuesday In Murfreesboro

Monday, October 15, 2018

Bids for state volleyball titles will begin for three Chattanooga teams on Tuesday.

Baylor, Sale Creek and East Hamilton start the process with defending D-II-AA state champ Baylor facing Father Ryan in their first match at Blackman.  The match is set to begin at 12:30 (CST).

East Hamilton will face Camden in its first match as these two will square off at 12:30 too on Court 1 at MTSU’s Murphy Center.  Sale Creek will face Loretto in its first match, also at MTSU on Court 1 with a 2 p.m. start time.

A Baylor win sends them to the winners bracket final on Wednesday at Siegel High School to face the winner of the Harpeth Hall-Briarcrest match.

Those first-round losers would play an elimination match at Blackman on Tuesday at 5.

The Sale Creek-Loretto winner faces the Memphis East-South Greene winner Tuesday at 5 while the two losers will battle on Tuesday at 6:30.

The East Hamilton-Camden winner advances for a match with the winner of Jackson South Side and Knoxville Catholic on Tuesday at 5 while the losers would meet on Tuesday at 8.

Championships for the two private school divisions and three public school divisions will be determined on Thursday.

(email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@gmail.com)


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