Over 30 TSSAA Contests To Be Broadcast This Week On NFHS Network

CCS At Notre Dame Among Football Games To Be Highlighted

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

This week, over 30 contests are set to be broadcast by schools across the state on the NFHS Network. Your subscription to the NFHS Network sends money back to the schools and helps to cover the costs of offering the service.

Watching the games are easy, whether it's on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Download the NFHS Network app from Google Play or the iTunes App Store and take the live coverage with you wherever you go.

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Varsity

·  Football

Thu, Oct.

17: Battle Ground Academy vs. Lincoln County High School
Thu, Oct. 17: Jackson County High School vs. Watertown High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Huntland School vs. Moore County High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Bradley Central High School vs. William Blount High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Boyd Buchanan School vs. Christian Academy of Knoxville
Fri, Oct. 18: Scott High School vs. Northview Academy
Fri, Oct. 18: Pope John Paul II High School vs. TBA
Fri, Oct. 18: Lausanne Collegiate School vs. Westwood High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Marshall County High School vs. Spring Hill High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Chattanooga Christian School vs. Notre Dame High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Marion County High School vs. Tellico Plains High School
Fri, Oct. 18: Fayette Academy vs. University School of Jackson
Fri, Oct. 18: Columbia Academy vs. Tipton-Rosemark Academy
Fri, Oct. 18: Christ Presbyterian Academy vs. Goodpasture Christian School
Fri, Oct. 18: Cookeville High School vs. Siegel High School
Fri, Oct. 18: McKenzie High School vs. Union City High School

·  Girls' Soccer

Tue, Oct. 15: Scott High School vs. Loudon High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Notre Dame High School vs. TBA
Wed, Oct. 16: Harding Academy vs. Poplar Grove Middle School
Thu, Oct. 17: Girls Preparatory School vs. Knoxville Catholic High School

·  Volleyball

Tue, Oct. 15: Hendersonville High School vs. Wilson Central High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Lincoln County High School vs. Siegel High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Fairview High School vs. Portland High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Fairview High School vs. Portland High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Blackman High School vs. Coffee County Central High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Lebanon High School vs. Station Camp High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Hendersonville High School vs. Lebanon High School
Tue, Oct. 15: Blackman High School vs. Coffee County Central High School

Junior Varsity

·  Girls’ Soccer

Wed, Oct. 16: Harding Academy vs. Poplar Grove Middle School

Freshman

·  Football

Thu, Oct. 17: Gallatin High School vs. Hendersonville High School

 


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