Complete Spring Fling Coverage Here On

Monday, May 20, 2019
It’s time to wrap up the 2018-2019 high school sports year and once again the Chattanooga-area will be well represented at the TSSAA spring sports championships, better known as the Spring Fling.
Teams and athletes from all across the state of Tennessee, from the Tri-Cities to Memphis and from Chattanooga to Dyersburg, will descend upon Murfreesboro for four days of grueling competition to determine the best of the best.
The will once again be providing complete coverage all week long, from opening contests through the championship games and matches.
Our all-star team, led by two-time Hall of Fame sportswriter Larry Fleming, and consisting of writers John Hunt and Parker Tuerff along with photographers Dennis Norwood and Michael Locke, will be on hand to capture all the action and report back to you each evening.
To see a complete list of the schools and individuals competing from the Chattanooga area, go to Spring Fling Qualifiers here in the sports section.
The Fling is spread out over multiple sites in and around Murfreesboro. Championship games and matches will be held at MTSU (baseball and track & field), the Starplex Softball Complex, the Adams Tennis Center and the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex.
If you go, remember each site is non-smoking per TSSAA policy.
We will update the daily schedules each evening after the day’s results are in. However, if you would like up-to-date information on each sport during the day, TSSAA will be providing game updates on the following venues:
For baseball score updates via Twitter: @tssaabaseball
For softball score updates via Twitter: @tssaasoftball
Soccer – Live stats will be available at and complete box scores will be updated to the site as well.
Tennis – Brackets and game/match results will be updated at
Track & Field
– results can be found at
(Email Dennis Norwood at; Follow him on Twitter at @DennisENorwood)

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