PREP SPORTS SCHEDULES: Week Of May 10th

Sunday, May 30, 2021

PREP SPORTS SCHEDULES: Baseball, Softball & Soccer District/Region Tournaments
(all schedules subject to change) (All times are local) 

Prep Baseball

SATURDAY, MAY 15
DII-A State First Round
    3:00 pm: Franklin Grace at Silverdale

Prep Softball

FRIDAY, MAY 14
DII-AA State First Round
     4:30 pm: Ensworth at CCS

SATURDAY, MAY 15
DII-A State First Round
          TBA: Boyd Buchanan at Northpoint Christian

Prep Soccer


THURSDAY, MAY 13
DII-A East Region
  Championship
     5:00 pm: Boyd Buchanan at Knox Webb
  Consolation
District 5A
  Championship
     6:30 pm: Signal Mountain at CSAS
District 8AA
  Championship
    7:00 pm: Red Bank at Howard

SATURDAY, MAY 15
Division II-AA
          TBA: CCS at Pope John Paul II






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