Red Bank stunned District 6-AAA favorite Ooltewah 9-6 to win the district title.
At Rhea County, Bradley Central beat Walker Valley 2-1 in 8 innings to win the District 5-AAA crown.
Marion County beat Notre Dame 2-0 in the District 6-AA championship game at Hixson.
McMinn Central forced a deciding game for the District 5-AA championship with a 4-2 win over Meigs County. The Chargers beat Polk County 11-7 in a losers-bracket final game.
In District 6A, Arts & Sciences beat Lookout Valley 8-6 for the title after beating the Yellow Jackets 8-3 in today’s first game.
In a regular-season game in Division II East, Baylor beat Knoxville Webb 9-3.
In the District 6-AAA tournament at Warner Park, Soddy-Daisy forced a final game with a 4-0 win over Ooltewah. Ooltewah beat Red Bank 5-3.
In the District 5-A Championship at Grace Academy, Grace beat Silverdale Academy 18-0. Silverdale beat Copper Basin 8-5 earlier in the day.
In the District 6-AA Championship at Warner Park, East Ridge beat Bledsoe County 6-0 after beating Hixson 4-1. Bledsoe County beat Hixson 4-2 earlier in the day.
In the District 5-AAA championship, McMinn County beat Walker Valley 6-0.
In the District 6-A/AA championship, Chattanooga Christian beat Notre Dame 2-1.
Chattanooga Christian defeated Boyd-Buchanan 4-1 today for the girls Region 3-A/AA team tennis championship at CCS.
In singles matches, Tarah Garner (BB) def. Brittney McBryar, 2-6, 6-3, 6-1; Ashlyn Bolton (CCS) def. Jaclyn Minges, 6-1, 6-3; Holly Scholl (CCS) def. Emily Peace, 6-1, 6-0; Claire Henley (CCS) def. Jordan Miller, 6-1, 6-0; and Audrey Griggs (CCS) def. Emily Baker, 7-6, 4-6, 6-1.
Here are the results in today’s Class A/AA East sectional track and field meet today at Chattanooga Christian School:
In the girls’ events, Brittany Higgins (Unicoi Co.) won the pole vault with a vault of 8-0, followed by Kristen Fugate (Anderson County) and Leah Wilson (CCS).
In the long jump, Shericka Wilson (Alcoa) won with 15-2, followed by Jessica Holbrook (Rutledge) and Jessica Burleson (Elizabethon).
In the triple jump, Gabrielle Walker (Brainerd) won with a jump of 34-0.5; Jessica Holbrook (Rutledge) was second and Alex Sain (Anderson Co.) was third.
In the high jump, Maggie Haddock (East Ridge) won with a jump of 5-2, followed by Ebony McKibbens (Tyner) and Ali Schwenke (Unicoi Co.).
In the shot put, Brooke Berarducci (Knox Catholic) won with 35-9, followed by Emily Vidosh (Carter) and Kara Lynch (Unicoi Co.).
In the discus, Cindy Briano (Carter) won with 104-5.5, followed by Rhea Woods (CSAS) and Brooke Berarducci (Knox Catholic).
In the 3,200-meter run, Jessica Duble (CCS) took first with 12:01.01, followed by Logan Mays (CCS) and Danielle Alfano (Notre Dame).
The 100-meters hurdles winner was Bianca Blair (Austin East) 14.23, followed by Ashleigh Farrar (CCS) and Tasha Austin (Howard).
In the 4x100 relay, Austin East took first with a time of 48.27, followed by Brainerd and CSAS.
In the 4x800-meter relay, CAK won with 10:01, followed by CCS and Anderson County.
In the 100-meter dash, Jenae Anderson (Austin East) won in 12.15, followed by Keosha Starr (East Ridge) and Jasmine Scott (CSAS).
In the 1,600-meter run, Jessica Duble (CCS) was first with 5:35.18, followed by Stephanie Moore (Seymour) and Danielle Alfano (Notre Dame).
In the 4x200-meter relay, Austin East won with 1:47.63, followed by Brainerd and Howard.
In the 400-meter dash, Jasmine Scott (CSAS) won with 59.50, followed by Jenae Anderson (Austin East) and Meredith Dements (Notre Dame).
In the 300-meter hurdles, Blair Bianca (Austin East) won with a time of 43.40, followed by Tasha Austin (Howard) and Ashleigh Farrar (CCS).
In the 800-meter run, Alyssa Bryant (Anderson County) took first with a time of 2:25.42, followed by Alysson Bryson (CAK) and Paloma Floden (CCS).
In the 200-meter dash, Jenae Anderson (Austin East) won with 25.10, followed by Keosha Starr (East Ridge) and Lashonda Spralling (Brainerd).
In the 4x400-meter relay, Notre Dame won with 4:08.63, beating Austin East and Anderson County.
In the boys’ events, Beau Gilliland (CCS) won the pole vault with a vault of 11-6, followed by Adam Aldridge (Unicoi Co.) and Nathan Howell (Happy Valley).
In the long jump, Ryan Williamson (Seymour) won at 19-9.5, followed by Avery Gallaher (McMinn Central) and Kenneth Worbington (Notre Dame).
In the triple jump, Dominic Jones (Brainerd) own with 42-9.75, followed by Deon Arter (Gibbs), and Ronnie Casey (Sequatchie Co.).
In the high jump, Henry Crutcher (Notre Dame) won with a jump of 6-2, followed by Nathan Gilley (CCS) and Quintarius Mitchell (Brainerd).
The shot put winner was Ryan Robertson (Gatlingburg-Pittman) with a throw of 46-7.5, followed by Jordan Ray (Elizabethton) and Kenny Jones (Austin East).
In the discus, Kenny Jones (Austin East) won with 141-10, followed by Jake Barnett (McMinn Central) and Mark Brown (Fulton).
In the 3,200-meter run, Josh Jaynes (Elizabethton) won with 9:55.64, followed by David Clabo (Gatlinburg-Pittman) and Philip Benavides (Knox Catholic).
In the 110-meter hurdles, Orlandus Harris (Brainerd) won with 15.52, followed by Justin Fuqua (Elizabethton) and Ryan Helton (Clairborne).
In the 4x100-meter relay, Howard took first with a time of 42.88, followed by Alcoa and Brainerd.
In the 4x800-meter relay, Anderson County won with 8:43.31, followed by CAK and CCS.
In the 100-meter dash, Chris Shiverdecker (Alcoa) took first with a time of 11.00, followed by James McDowell (Brainerd) and Evan Littlejohn (Carter).
In the 1,600-meter run, Josh Jaynes (Elizabethton) was first at 4:36.02, followed by Bryson Harper (Sequatchie Co.) and Philip Benavides (Knox Catholic).
In the 4x200-meter relay, Brainerd won with 1:31.93, followed by Carter and Alcoa.
In the 400-meter dash, Anthony Anderson (Austin East) was the winner at 50.24, followed by Spencer Porter (Gibbs) and Ryan Williamson (Seymour).
In the 300-meter hurdles, Orlandus Harris (Brainerd) took first at 39.99, followed by Justin Fuqua (Elizabethton) and Josh Ball (Tellico Plains).
In the 800-meter run, Josh Jaynes (Elizabethton) won in 2:02.39, followedd by Nick Deuschle (Knox Catholic) and Bryson Harper (Sequatchie Co.).
In the 200-meter dash, Shannon Glasper (Carter) won with 22.71, followed by Mitchell Moran (CAK) and James McDowell (Brainerd).
In the 4x400-meter relay, Brainerd won in 3:28.69, followed by Elizabethton and Austin East.