Prep Football: Region Standings After Week 4

Sunday, September 15, 2019
 Division I
Class 1A, Region 3
                                   Region  Overall
South Pittsburg            1   0      4   0
Copper Basin               1   0      3   1
Whitwell                       0   0       0   4
Lookout Valley             0   1       0   3
Sale Creek                   0   1      0   4
 
Class 2A, Region 3
Tyner                           1   0       2   1
Marion Co.
                 1   0       1   3
Tellico Plains               0   0       2   2
Bledsoe Co.                0   1       3   1
Polk Co.                      0   1       0   4
 
Class 3A, Region 3
Red Bank                    1   0       4   0
Loudon                        1   0       4   0
Sweetwater                 1   0       2   1
McMinn Central           0   1       2   2
Signal Mountain          0   1       2   2
Brainerd                      0   1       0   4
 
Class 4A, Region 2
Anderson Co.             1   0        3   1
East Hamilton             1   0        2   2
Central                       1   0        1   3
Howard                      0   0        3   1
East Ridge                 0   1        1   2
Sequoyah                   0   1       0   4
Hixson                        0   1       0   3
 
Class 5A, Region 4
Rhea Co.                    1   0       3   0
Soddy Daisy               1   0       2   2
Lenoir City                  0   1       1   3
Walker Valley             0   1       1   2
 
Class 6A, Region 2
Maryville                    2   0        4   0
McMinn Co.               1   0        3   0
Bradley Central         1   0        3   1
Ooltewah                   1   1       1   2
William Blount            1   2       2   2
Cleveland                  0   1        2   2
Heritage                    0   2        0   4
 
Division II
Class A, East Region
Friendship Christian  3   0        3   1
King’s Academy        2   0        2   2
DCA                          2   1        3   1
Mt. Juliet Christian    1   1        1   3
Chattanooga Grace  1   2        2   2
Franklin Grace          0   1        0   4
MTCS                       0   2        0   4
Webb School            0   2        0   2
 
Class AA, East Region
Boyd-Buchanan       1   0         3   0
Notre Dame             1   0         2   1
CAK                         0   0         4   0
Knoxville Grace       0   0         2   1
CCS                         0   0         1   2
Knoxville Webb        0   1         1   3
Silverdale                 0   1         1   2
 
Class AAA, East Region
Ensworth                   1   0        4   0
Baylor                        1   0        4   0
McCallie                    1   0        4   0
Brentwood Academy 0   1        3   1
Knox Catholic            0   1        2   1
Father Ryan              0   1        1   3
 


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