Storyline: This is playoff preparation between two ranked teams in different districts, but the same postseason Class 5A grouping.
It isn't all about district championships in Tennessee, some of which could be decided tonight although several won't be until next week.
Win one, lose won was the pattern Wednesday for four of the five local teams in first-round competition Wednesday in the TSSAA state volleyball tournament at Murfreesboro. Win one, lose none was how it went for Baylor.
Polk County cross country coach Travis Carroll was a little worried about how the results from the Region 3-A/AA meet would play out, knowing only that his girls performed well. It turns out, they performed so well that they won.
How many more years are non-scholarship private schools that are in Tennessee's Division I with public schools going to stay, or be allowed to stay?
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Don't be surprised if Hixson's celebration is still ongoing.
Storyline: The teams have three common opponents — each beat Pope John Paul II and McCallie and lost to Montgomery Bell Academy.
Judging by the celebration that set off near midcourt, it was clear that even a sixth straight trip to the state tournament is still a big thrill for the Red Bank High School volleyball program.
Sloan Sullivan hosted a party at her family’s house before Ooltewah played Stone Memorial in the first of Monday’s Region 3-AAA high school volleyball semifinals. Then the Lady Owls basically continued the party on their home court.
Boyd-Buchanan quarterback Jim Cardwell has added another talent to his repertoire. In addition to punting, passing, kicking, running and tackling, the Buccaneers senior can now be called snake-handler.
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The East Ridge Pioneers left nothing to chance Friday night in their must-have District 6-AA game with the unpredictable Red Bank Lions.