Prep Football Jamboree To Include 23 Teams

Three Night Event Set For August 12-14 At Finley Stadium

Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Action from a past prep football jamboree. This year's event will be held August 12th through 14th at Finley Stadium and features 23 teams in 23 quarters of action.
Action from a past prep football jamboree. This year's event will be held August 12th through 14th at Finley Stadium and features 23 teams in 23 quarters of action.
- photo by Dennis Norwood/File Photos

In less than one month, 23 teams will take to the field in the annual jamboree presented by Chattanooga Sports. The event will take place at Finley Stadium and is set for August 12th, 13th and 14th . For the first time in its history, the Jamboree will take place over a three-night period instead of two.

Teams making their debut in this event include South Pittsburg, Marion County, Lookout Valley and includes the return of Silverdale Baptist  Academy. There will be seven quarters of action on Thursday and eight quarters of play on Friday and Saturday. Admission will be $10 each day.

Intriguing matchups include Marion County and East Ridge on Thursday night, while Cleveland plays Ooltewah and McCallie to close out the night on Friday. South Pittsburg makes their entrance on Saturday against Red Bank and Bradley.  East Hamilton, Notre Dame, Baylor and Walker Valley play the late games that night..

The event will also feature several college prospects, including Boyd Buchanan’s Karson Gay who is one of the state’s highest rated recruits and a University of Virginia commitment.  Rico Tremble from Red Bank, Kenzy Powell from McCallie and Trey McDonald from Baylor will also show why college recruiters are coming to the Scenic City in droves to watch them play.  South Pittsburg will bring three-star defensive line and University of Tennessee commitment Gio Davis.

For more information or specific coach contact information: contact Todd Agne 423-667-9031

Schedule:

Thursday 8/12

6:00 - Hixson vs Sale Creek

6:30 - Signal Mountain vs Silverdale

7:00 - Hixson vs Silverdale

7:30 - Marion County vs Sale Creek

8:00 - CCS vs Signal Mountain

8:30 - Marion County vs East Ridge

9:00 - CCS vs East Ridge

Friday 8/13

6:00 - Boyd Buchanan vs Brainerd

6:30 - Boyd Buchanan vs Tyner

7:00 - Soddy Daisy vs Brainerd

7:30 - Ooltewah vs Lookout Valley

8:00 - McCallie vs Tyner

8:30 - Soddy Daisy vs Lookout Valley

9:00 - Ooltewah vs Cleveland

9:30 - McCallie vs Cleveland

Saturday 8/14

6:00 - Red Bank vs South Pittsburg

6:30 - Bradley vs Howard

7:00 - Bradley vs South Pittsburg

7:30 - Red Bank vs Walker Valley

8:00 - East Hamilton vs Howard

8:30 - Baylor vs Walker Valley

9:00 - East Hamilton vs Notre Dame

9:30 - Baylor vs Notre Dame

 


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