2018 Prep Football Jamboree Begins Season With 20 Matchups On Tap

Action Is Set For Friday And Saturday Evenings At Finley Stadium

Monday, August 6, 2018

The 2018 prep football jamboree kicks off Friday evening at 5:30 p.m. with nine quarters on tap. Saturday night’s action is set to include 11 match-ups and is set to kick off at 4:30 p.m. All action will take place at Finley Stadium.

 

The season begins the next week on Thursday, August 16, at Finley Stadium, with the Erlanger Kickoff Classic. Central will take on Walker Valley at 6, followed by Baylor versus Notre Dame.

 

The Schedule

 

Friday, August 10

5:30        CCS vs. Sale Creek

6:00        Hixson vs. CCS

6:30        Sale Creek vs. East Ridge

7:00        Tyner vs. Hixson

7:30        East Ridge vs. Tyner

8:00        Walker Valley vs. Notre Dame

8:30        Notre Dame vs. Bradley Central

9:00        McCallie vs. Walker Valley

9:30        Bradley Central vs. McCallie

 

Saturday, August 11

4:30        Howard vs. Boyd-Buchanan

5:00        Grace vs. Howard

5:30        Boyd-Buchanan vs. Central

6:00        Central vs. Grace

6:30        Signal Mountain vs. Soddy Daisy

7:00        Soddy Daisy vs. East Hamilton

7:30        Signal Mountain vs. Ooltewah

8:00        East Hamilton vs. Red Bank

8:30        Ooltewah vs. Brainerd

9:00        Baylor vs. Brainerd

9:30        Baylor vs. Red Bank

 

(Contact Dennis Norwood at sportsshooter614@gmail.com; follow him on Twitter at @DennisENorwood)




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