published Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Tennessee-Georgia prep football tonight

Tennessee/Georgia All-Star game schedule

Tuesday: Girls' and boys' basketball at Notre Dame, 6

Saturday, June 15: Soccer at Finley Stadium, 1:30

Tuesday, June 18: Baseball at Ridgeland, 6

Wednesday, June 19: Softball at Frost Stadium, 6 (DH)

What's better than Christmas in July? Football in June.

The annual Tennessee vs. Georgia all-star football rivalry will renew for the 10th time tonight at McCallie, starting at 7:30. The rosters are made up of recent graduates from more than a dozen southeastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia counties.

Boyd-Buchanan's Grant Reynolds is the Tennessee coach, and North Murray's David Gann leads the Georgia all-stars. With a Tennessee win, Reynolds would become the first head coach in the series' history to go 2-0. He directed a 17-0 win in 2010.

Tennessee holds a 6-3 advantage in the all-time series, but the teams have traded wins the last two years.

Tonight's game is the first in this year's multisport series of Tennessee/Georgia all-star matchups. The basketball games will be played Tuesday at Notre Dame. Later games will be in soccer, baseball and softball.

Contact Stephen Hargis at shargis@timesfreepress.com or 423-757-6293.

about Stephen Hargis...

Stephen has covered local sports in the tri-state area for more than 24 years, having been with the Times Free Press since its inception, and has been an assistant sports editor since 2005. Stephen is among the most decorated writers in the TFP’s newsroom, winning numerous state, regional and national writing awards, including seven in 2013 and a combined 12 in the last two years. He was named one of the top 10 sports writers ...

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