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Madison remains No. 1 in the Jackson area boys soccer rankings after district tournaments

A look at the top high school boys soccer teams in West Tennessee, as ranked by the USA TODAY Sports Network. Teams eligible come from The Jackson Sun’s 13-county coverage area — Madison, Gibson, Henderson, Chester, Hardeman, Haywood, Crockett, Weakley, Carroll, Benton, Decatur, McNairy and Hardin counties.

1. Madison (15-1-1): The Mustangs won the District 12-A Tournament championship. Donovan Pruitte was named the district's Offensive Player of the Year and Jed McWherter named the district's Defensive Player of the Year. Upcoming games: Region 6-A Tournament. Last week: No. 1.

2. South Side (12-1): Westleigh Newson converted on the Hawks’ sixth penalty kick for the program’s first District 13-AA Tournament championship. Upcoming games: Region 7-AA Tournament. Last week: No. 3.

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3. Chester County (8-1-2): The Eagles fell in penalty kicks to South Side in the District 13-AA Tournament title game and will travel on Tuesday in the region semifinals. Upcoming games: Region 7-AA Tournament. Last week: No. 2.

4. Adamsville (12-3-1): Kameron Graham scored twice as the Cardinals beat Loretto to win the District 11-A Tournament championship and the right to host a region semifinal on Tuesday. Upcoming games: Region 6-A Tournament. Last week: No. 7.

5. Sacred Heart (8-2-1): The Knights lost in the Division II-A West Region quarterfinals to Westminster by one goal to end their seaso. Upcoming games: Season complete. Last week: No. 5.

6. USJ (10-6): The Bruins couldn’t slow down a quality Lausanne side, taking a second loss to the Lynx on the season. Upcoming games: Season complete. Last week: No. 6.

7. South Gibson (7-7): The Hornets have lost twice to Dyersburg in extra time and in penalty kicks last week, but they are still in the region semifinals, traveling to South Gibson. Upcoming games: Region 7-AA Tournament. Last week: Not ranked.

8. Crockett County (9-4): In a torrential rain, the Cavaliers gave up two goals to lose in the District 14-AA Tournament semifinals to end their season. Upcoming games: Season complete. Last week: No. 4.

Dropped out: Westview (6-2-1).

On the bubble: Gibson County (10-7); Milan (10-6-1).

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Murfreesboro area high school all-district softball, baseball, soccer teams

Following is a list of all-district teams for several area baseball, softball and soccer athletes:

All-District 7-AAA baseball

Player of the Year: A.J. Swader, Oakland.

Pitcher of the Year: Austin Wooten, Stewarts Creek.

Coach of the Year: Barry Messer, Riverdale.

First team

Riverdale: Jackson Underwood, William Wexler, Blake Merwin, Bradley Pippen, Michael McClellan; Siegel: Jack Nedrow, Jameson Nephew, Braxton Baird, Eli Strayer, Jackson Cauthron; Stewarts Creek: Caleb Peterson, Cooper Newsom, Keenan Saiyasak, Devyn McEachron; Oakland: Cale Vinson, Brock Harvey, Carson Love; Rockvale: Mason Ishee, Nathan Aguilar, Josiah Binford; Blackman: Hunter Ryan, Frankie Carreras, Evan Grant, Blake Kerperien; Smyrna: Tavien Tigg.

Honorable mention

Riverdale: Brantley Bamberg, Drew Henning; Siegel: Matt Kirby, Michael Romagno, Dylan Taylor, Caleb Marks; Stewarts Creek: Luke Dymond, Bryce Jackson; Oakland: Logan White, Bryson Dobbs, Jeremy Pennington; Rockvale: Merik Carter; Blackman: Dakota Goins, Jaxon Ward, Lucas Smith; Smyrna: Alex Harrison, J.D. Elliott, Jonathan Stewart, Landon Rhyne.

Oakland's AJ Swader (21) runs to first after a base hit during the game against Riverdale on Tuesday, March 23, 2021.

All-District 7-AAA softball

Co-MVPs: Reagan Duran, Siegel; Maddie Poschke, Oakland.

Offensive Player of the Year: Sarah Kinderdine, Blackman

Pitcher of the Year: Mary Bradley, Siegel.

Defensive Player of the Year: Lyssi Drayton, Smyrna.

Newcomer of the Year: Jada Moore, Riverdale.

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First team

Siegel: Claire Czajkowski, Lauren Lee, Jasmine Sneed, Sam Whitwell; Oakland: Kaya Buckley, Onnika Spencer, Reese Calhoun, Rylee Veron; Smyrna: Azaria Jones, Anna Lay, Brylee Bartley; Rockvale: Mallory Williams, Chloe Tucker, Fia Martinez; Riverdale: Esther McFarlin, Becca Komers; Stewarts Creek: Brooke Ramsey, Reese Vivrette; Blackman: Killian Roberts; La Vergne: Cory Grimes.

All-District 7-AAA soccer

Offensive MVP: Braxton Robinson, Oakland.

Midfield MVP: Avory Rogers, Oakland.

Defensive MVP: Riley Clothier, Oakland.

Goalkeeper MVP: Mac Deloy, Blackman.

Sophomore of the Year: Haile Sharp, Stewarts Creek.

Freshman of the Year: Druhv Patel, Rockvale.

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First team

Oakland: Maddux Souvannaraj, Brayden Wilson, Dominick Tarola, Braden Ross; Blackman: Carter Kleinschmidt, Aidan Arcega, Jeremy Johnson; Stewarts Creek: Mak Binder, Isaac Adeoyin; Rockvale: Connor Woulfe, Adison Boe; Siegel: Evan Shoemaker; Riverdale: Xander Dale.

Second team

Oakland: Brennan McGaughty, Anthony Carretta, Tristan Yang, Will Palmer; Blackman: Tucker Crowles, Josiah Philip, Miles Tory; Stewarts Creek: Alend Mohammad, Colton Huey; Siegel: Drew Sledge, Denilson Meza; Rockvale, Liam Hussels, Malachi Ray-Tharpe; Riverdale: Max Bell, Camden Gainsley.

Smyrna's Kevin Avalos (2) moves the ball on the field during the game against Rockvale on Thursday, April 22, 2021.

All-District 9-AAA soccer

Offensive MVP: Kevin Avalos, Smyrna.

Midfield MVP: Noe Medina, Smyrna.

Defensive MVP: Zach Blair, Green Hill.

Goalkeeper of the Year: Sage Dobson, Mt. Juliet.

Freshman of the Year: Jordan Breslin, La Vergne.

Coach of the Year: Brian Grogan, Smyrna.

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First team

Smyrna: Ivan Gonzalez, Vungh Zel, Travis Hagar, Isaac Lopez; Mt. Juliet: Vinnie Lounsbury, Scott Boyer, Justice Cardenas; Wilson Central: Zack Anderson, Steven Stone; Green Hill: Davis McQueen, Conner Vogel; La Vergne: Robert Rodriguez, Junior Phillippe; Lebanon: Sean Redmond.

Second team

Smyrna: Anderson Castro, Kevin Segura; Myo Kyo, Angel Lopez; Mt. Juliet: Christian Melendez, Sebastian Buendia, Kaden Phillips; Wilson Central: Matthew Jones, Jacob Blue; Green Hill: Tate Gray, Cameron Pryor; La Vergne: Rodrigo Majano, Diego Najera; Lebanon: Jesse Garduno.

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25 Nashville area high school girls soccer players to watch in 2021

The 2021 TSSAA girls soccer season kicks off soon.

Here is a look at 25 of the top high school players in the Nashville area to keep an eye on this season. 

Caroline Betts, CPA, Sr.:Betts was named the Tennessean girls player of the year and the Tennessee Gatorade player of the year leading the Lions to the Division II-A state semifinals. She had 38 goals, 30 assists 13 multi-goal games and eight multi-assist games.

Kinley Buena, Stewarts Creek, Jr.: Buena was the District 7-AAA offensive MVP scoring 28 goals with six assists in leading the Lady Red Hawks to the AAA state tournament.

Ashleigh Clark, Central Magnet, Sr.: Clark scored 19 goals and had 12 assists in 2020.

Riley Kate Collins, Page, Jr.: Collins was District 11-AA offensive MVP scoring 10 goals with four assists. 

Carys Correnti, Valor Prep, So.: Correnti led the Lady Wildcats to seven wins and the state tournament for the first time as a freshman scoring a team-high 14 goals. 

Margaret DeFranco, Franklin, Jr.: DeFranco was the District 12-AAA Offensive MVP and an all-state selection leading the Lady Admirals to the Class AAA championship game.

Cassie Groves, Sycamore, Sr.: Groves was one of the Lady Eagles' top offensive threats, leading the team with 18 assists and scoring 17 goals. 

Lexi Grundler, Ravenwood, So.: Grundler played a key role in leading the Lady Raptors to the Class AAA championship with eight shutouts and only allowing 11 goals. 

Haley Hannah, Brentwood, Sr.: The Kentucky commitment headlines for the Lady Bruins after scoring 21 goals last season.

Bekah Jackson, Warren County, Jr.: Jackson finished second on Warren County in goals (20) and assists (13). 

Olivia Marlow, Rockvale, Jr.: Marlow played a key role in getting Stewarts Creek back to the state tournament, recording 18 assists along with scoring eight goals.

LilyAnn McElroy, Fairview, Jr.: McElroy has made 402 saves and recorded 14 shutouts during her first two seasons. 

Keaton Mitchell, BGA, Jr.: Mitchell scored 21 goals and had 11 assists for the back-to-back Division II-A state champions.

Hannah Opie, Stewarts Creek, Sr.: Opie scored 22 goals along with 13 assists. 

Ava Pomeroy, Nashville Christian, Jr.: Pomeroy led the Lady Eagles with 18 goals and was an all-district selection. 

Kennedy Price, BGA, Sr.: Price, an Ole Miss commitment, led the Lady Wildcats to their second straight Division II-A championship, scoring a team-high 24 goals along with 19 assists.

Sunny Richesson, Lipscomb Academy, Jr.: Richesson scored 28 goals in 16 games in 2020.

Ella Riley, Oakland, Sr.: Riley was one of the state's top defenders being named an all-district and all-state selection.

Ashley Romero, Macon County, So.: Romero will lead a young core as the top returning goal-scorer after scoring six last season. 

Emma Shields, Franklin, Sr.: Shields was the District 12-AAA Co-MVP and also finished with five goals and six assists for the Class AAA state runner-up. 

Morgan Simmons, PCA, Sr.: Simmons scored 21 goals with 18 assists.

Hannah Smoot, Mt. Juliet, Sr.: Smoot led the Lady Bears to 11 wins, scoring a team-high 20 goals to go along with 12 assists.

Abby Thornton, Page, Jr.: Thornton was named as an all-state midfielder along with the District 11-AAA and Region 6-AAA MVP. 

Katie Toney, Warren Co., Sr.: Toney led the Lady Pioneers to 13 wins, scoring 29 goals along with 18 assists. 

Elle Williams, Station Camp, Jr.: Williams was the Lady Bisons' top offensive threat, scoring 15 goals along with six assists. 

Reach Joe Spears at [email protected] or 731-343-4923. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @joe_spears7

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2020 TSSAA Soccer District 15-2A Championship Fayette-Ware @ Millington

Class 6A
Region 1 – Dobyns-Bennett, Jefferson County, Morristown East, Science Hill, West Ridge, William Blount
Region 2 – Bearden, Bradley Central, Cleveland, Farragut, Hardin Valley, Maryville

Class 5A
Region 1 – Cherokee, Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Morristown West, Tennessee High
Region 2 – Cocke County, Heritage, Knox Central, Knox Halls, Sevier County, Knox West

Class 4A
Region 1 – Elizabethton, Grainger, Greeneville, Seymour, Sullivan East, Volunteer
Region 2 – Anderson County, Carter, Fulton, Gibbs, Scott, South-Doyle

Class 3A
Region 1 – Chuckey-Doak, Claiborne, Johnson County, Unicoi County, West Greene
Region 2 – Alcoa, Austin-East, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Northview Academy, Pigeon Forge, Union County

Class 2A
Region 1 – Cumberland Gap, Hampton, Happy Valley, South Greene
Region 2 – York Institute, Monterey, Oneida, Rockwood, Wartburg

Class 1A
Region 1 – Cloudland, Cosby, Hancock County, Jellico, North Greene, Unaka
Region 2 – Coalfield, Greenback, Harriman, Midway, Oakdale, Oliver Springs, Sunbright


Class AAAA

Region 1

District 1 – Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Science Hill, West Ridge
District 2 – Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Sevier County

Region 2
District 3 – Campbell County, Karns, Knox Central, Oak Ridge, Powell, Knox West
District 4 – Bearden, Farragut, Hardin Valley, Heritage, Maryville, William Blount

Class AAA

Region 1
District 1 – Elizabethton, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Unicoi County, Volunteer
District 2 – Cherokee, Claiborne, Cocke County, Grainger, Greeneville

Region 2
District 3 – Carter, Gibbs, Northview Academy, Seymour
District 4 – Anderson County, Clinton, Knox Halls, Scott

Class AA

Region 1

District 1 – Chuckey-Doak, Happy Valley, Johnson County, South Greene, West Greene
District 2 – Alcoa, Cumberland Gap, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Pigeon Forge, Union County

Region 2
District 3 – Kingston, Loudon, McMinn Central, Meigs County, Sweetwater, Tellico Plains
District 4 – Brainerd, CSAD, Marion County, Polk County, Tyner Academy

Class A

Region 1

District 1 – Cloudland, Hampton, North Greene, Unaka, University High
District 2 – Clinch, Cosby, Hancock County, Jellico, Washburn

Region 2
District 3 – Coalfield, Oliver Springs, Oneida, Sunbright, Wartburg Central
District 4 – Greenback, Harriman, Midway, Oakdale, Rockwood, TSD


Class AAA

Region 1

District 1 – Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Science Hill, West Ridge
District 2 – Cocke County, Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Sevier County

Region 2
District 3 – Campbell County, Clinton, Karns, Knox Central, Knox Halls, Oak Ridge, Powell, Knox West
District 4 – Bearden, Farragut, Hardin Valley, Heritage, Lenoir City, Maryville, William Blount

Class AA

Region 1

District 1 – Elizabethton, Johnson County, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Unicoi County, Volunteer
District 2 – Cherokee, Chuckey-Doak, Grainger, Greeneville, West Greene

Region 2
District 3 – Anderson County, Austin-East, Fulton, Gibbs, Union County
District 4 – Carter, Northview Academy, Pigeon Forge, Seymour, South-Doyle

Class A

Region 1

District 1 – Hancock County, Happy Valley, North Greene, South Greene
District 2 – Cosby, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Jellico, Tennessee School for the Deaf

Region 2
District 3 – Clarkrange, Coalfield, Greenback, Harriman, Monterey, Oakdale, Oliver Springs, Wartburg
District 4 – CSAS, Chattanooga Girls’ Leadership Academy, Copper Basin, Lookout Valley, Meigs County, Polk County, Tellico Plains, Tyner Academy


Class AAA

Region 1

District 1 – Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Science Hill, West Ridge
District 2 – Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Sevier County

Region 2
District 3 – Campbell County, Karns, Knox Central, Oak Ridge, Powell, Knox West
District 4 – Bearden, Farragut, Hardin Valley, Heritage, Lenoir City, Maryville, William Blount

Class AA

Region 1

District 1 – Elizabethton, Greeneville, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Unicoi County, Volunteer
District 2 – Cherokee, Claiborne, Grainger, Union County

Region 2

District 3 – Carter, Cocke County, Northview Academy, Seymour
District 4 – Austin-East, Fulton, Gibbs, Knox Halls, South-Doyle

Class A

Region 1

District 1 – Chuckey-Doak, Hampton, University High, West Greene
District 2 – Alcoa, Cosby, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Pigeon Forge

Region 2
District 3 – Cumberland Gap, Harriman, Oliver Springs, Oneida, Rockwood
District 4 – Bledsoe County, Greenback, Loudon, Polk County, Sale Creek, Sweetwater, Tellico Plains


Class AAA Section 1 – Bearden, Campbell County, Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Farragut, Hardin Valley, Heritage, Jefferson County, Karns, Knox Central, Lenoir City, Maryville, Morristown East, Morristown West, Oak Ridge, Powell, Science Hill, Sevier County, Knox West, West Ridge, William Blount

Class AA East – Anderson County, Austin-East, Carter, Chattanooga Central, Cherokee, Claiborne, Clinton, Cocke County, East Hamilton, East Ridge, Elizabethton, Fulton, Gibbs, Grainger, Greeneville, Hixson, Kingston, Knox Halls, McMinn Central, Northview Academy, Red Bank, Scott, Sequoyah, Seymour, Signal Mountain, Soddy Daisy, South-Doyle, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Unicoi County, Union County, Volunteer

Class A East – Alcoa, York Institute, Brainerd, Chattanooga School for the Arts & Sciences, Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, Chuckey-Doak, Clarkrange, Cumberland Gap, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Happy Valley, Ivy Academy, Johnson County, L&N Stem Academy, Loudon, Pigeon Forge, Sequatchie County, South Greene, South Pittsburgh, Sunbright, Sweetwater, Tellico Plains, Tennessee School for the Deaf, Tyner Academy, University High, West Greene.


Class AAA

Region 1 – Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Science Hill, Sevier County, West Ridge

Class A-AA
Region 1 – Cherokee, Chuckey-Doak, Claiborne, Cocke County, Elizabethton, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Grainger, Greeneville, Happy Valley, Jellico, Northview Academy, Pigeon Forge, Seymour, South Greene, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Unicoi County, University High, Volunteer, Washburn, West Greene


Class AA – Region 1

District 1 – Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Dobyns-Bennett, Elizabethton, Science Hill, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Volunteer, West Ridge
District 2 – Cherokee, Cocke County, Grainger, Greeneville, Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Sevier County, Seymour

Class A – Region 1
District 1 – Chuckey-Doak, Hampton, Happy Valley, Johnson County, North Greene, South Greene, Unaka, Unicoi County, University High, West Greene
District 2 – Alcoa, Career Magnet Academy, Carter, Claiborne, Cumberland Gap, Gatlinburg-Pittman, L&N Stem Academy, Northview Academy, Pigeon Forge, Union County


Class AA

Region 1
District 1 - Daniel Boone, Dobyns-Bennett, Science Hill, West Ridge
District 2 – Jefferson County, Morristown East, Morristown West, Sevier County

Region 2
District 3 – Anderson County, Bearden, Karns, Powell, Knox West
District 4 – Farragut, Hardin Valley, Heritage, Maryville, William Blount

Class A

Region 1

District 1 – Elizabethton, Happy Valley, Sullivan East, Tennessee High, Volunteer
District 2 – Chuckey-Doak, David Crockett, Greeneville, West Greene

Region 2
District 3 – Carter, Claiborne, Gibbs, Union County
District 4 – Clinton, Fulton, Knox Central, Knox Halls


Region 1 – Cherokee, Chuckey-Doak, Dobyns-Bennett, Greeneville, West Ridge
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Soccer districts tssaa

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA), along with the affiliated Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association (TMSAA), is an organization which administers junior and senior high school sporting events in Tennessee.[1] The TSSAA (commonly pronounced "Tee double-S double-A") is the only high school athletic organization in the United States to have a five-sport, Olympic-style spring sport championship tournament, known as Spring Fling, for baseball, softball, track and field, team and individual tennis, and soccer.[2][3] Spring Fling began in Chattanooga in 1993, later moving to Memphis, and then establishing itself in Murfreesboro.[3][4][5] The TSSAA was one of the first high school athletic organizations to host a central site for football championships, beginning in 1982.[4]


The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association administers sporting events for an estimated 110,000 participants, 374 schools, 4,000 coaches, 3,000 officials, and 5,500 teams in the state of Tennessee. First organized in 1925, the TSSAA oversees athletic functions of both public and private schools. It includes schools throughout the state of Tennessee.

In 2001, the association was a party in the United States Supreme Court case Brentwood Academy v. Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.[6]Brentwood Academy had sued the Association after the school was penalized for "undue influence" in recruiting football players, and the case was appealed to the Supreme Court. The court in this case held that a statewide association, incorporated to regulate interscholastic athletic competition among public and private schools, is regarded as engaging in state action when it enforces a rule against a member school.

The fall of 2009 was the first year for the TSSAA to divide into six playoff classifications for football. The new system allowed more teams into the playoffs. The state championship game for football, the BlueCross Bowl, which is held three consecutive days, ending the first Saturday of December, and includes Division I classes 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A, as well as Div. II A and AA, was held at Tennessee Tech University's Tucker Stadium in Cookeville 2009 – 2020 and will be held in Chattanooga beginning in 2021.


Each school chooses to compete in Division I or Division II. Division I schools are schools which generally allow students to attend without payment of tuition, i.e., public schools, except that tuition may be charged to a student who is a resident of the county in which a school is located but outside of a city school district or special school district, in which case the tuition is the difference between the amount of additional funding per student provided by the city or special school district above that provided by the state and county. Division II schools are independent schools which charge tuition to students' families. Financial aid is allowed provided it is limited to a need-based amount, and that the percentage of athletes receiving aid is no greater than for the school's students as a whole. The two divisions compete separately in all sports except cheerleading and girls' wrestling.

Division I schools are divided into three classes, as equally as possible, based on enrollment. A school's enrollment is multiplied by 2 if it is single-sex (the only single-sex school in Division I is Chattanooga Girls' Leadership Academy).[citation needed]

Division II schools whose enrollment (with the single-sex multiplier taken into account) is below the smallest school in Division I Class AA are Class A; larger schools are Class AA.

Finally, any school that wishes to play in a higher class may do so, but must do so for all sports other than football.

A full reclassification is held every four years; at the midpoint, any school that has had a 20% increase or decrease in enrollment will be moved to the class appropriate to its new enrollment (a school that will be moved down may decline).


Starting with the 2015 season, a new classification system was implemented for Division I football, separate from those of other sports. The 31 largest schools in the state, plus Maryville playing up by request, will constitute Class 6A; the remaining football-playing schools are divided as equally as possible into classes 1A through 5A. The option to play up will apply separately to football and to the rest of the sports.

The 2015-2016 year varied from 2014-2015 only due to 20%-change adjustments.[7]

Districts and Regions[edit]

For each sport, the schools competing are divided into regions, and/or districts depending on the sport.

Division I[edit]

  • Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Volleyball: Eight regions in each of the three classes, with two districts per region.
  • Football (starting 2015): Four regions in Class 6A, eight regions each in 1A through 5A, with no districts.
  • Soccer, Golf, and Tennis: Class AAA is as in basketball. Classes AA and A are combined, with districts/regions of the same number in the two classes competing together regardless of geography. (For example, soccer District 7 combines district 7-A in the Upper Cumberland Plateau with district 7-AA in western Chattanooga.)
  • Cross-Country: As soccer, but with no districts (the state series begins with region meets).
  • Track and Field: Class AAA has four sections (pairs of basketball/etc. regions). Class A-AA has three sections, namely the three grand divisions.
  • Wrestling: In Class AAA, eight regions with two districts, but not the same as for other sports. (Districts are used only for the dual-meet series.) In Class A-AA, eight regions for duals, and three larger regions for the traditional series (note that one dual region is split between two traditional regions).
  • Bowling: A single class with eight regions containing from one to four districts each.

Division II[edit]

  • Most sports: Three regions in each of the two classes, in line with the East, Middle, and West grand divisions. [8][9]
  • Football: Split into three classes (A, AA, and AAA). In Classes A and AA, there are the three stadard regions. In AAA, there are only two regions (East and West) that that divide the state into halfs.[10]
  • Cross-Country: No Class AA regions (all 11 teams enter the state meet).
  • Track and Field, Wrestling, Bowling: One class with the usual three regions.

Combined Divisions[edit]

  • Girls' Wrestling: Two regions, East and West.
  • Cheerleading/Dance: Classes are determined by number of competitors on the team and by the style of performance, as per cheerleading/dance tradition.


The TSSAA divides Tennessee's 95 counties, and the state's constituent Grand Divisions, into nine "athletic districts":[11]

  • District 1: Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington counties
  • District 2: Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Knox, Loudon, McMinn, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, and Union counties
  • District 3: Bledsoe, Bradley, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, Meigs, Polk, Rhea, and Sequatchie counties
  • District 4: Bedford, Cannon, Clay, Coffee, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Rutherford, Smith, Van Buren, Warren, White, and Wilson counties
  • District 5: Davidson, Macon, Montgomery, Robertson, Stewart, Sumner, and Trousdale counties
  • District 6: Cheatham, Dickson, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, Maury, Perry, Wayne, and Williamson counties
  • District 7: Benton, Carroll, Chester, Decatur, Fayette, Hardeman, Hardin, Henderson, Henry, Madison, and McNairy counties
  • District 8: Crockett, Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, Lake, Lauderdale, Obion, Tipton, and Weakley counties
  • District 9: Shelby County

These districts are unrelated to the competitive districts above (although a few sports do use the grand divisions as regions); their primary purpose is to elect the Board of Control (the administrative authority) and the Legislative Council. Each district elects one member to each for a staggered three-year term; in addition, starting in November 2015, three additional members will be chosen to represent non-public schools, one from each grand division.

Out-of-state teams[edit]

The sole out-of-state school that is a member of the TSSAA is Northpoint Christian School in Southaven, Mississippi, a suburb of Memphis. Northpoint votes in the Athletic District 9 elections.

Cities and towns near Tennessee's borders with surrounding states, i.e. Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, or Virginia, such as Bristol, Chattanooga, Clarksville, and Memphis, do have various schools, both public and private, who play nearby out-of-state teams (which are not TSSAA members) on a regular basis, e.g. Heritage High School in Ringgold, Georgia for Chattanooga teams or Virginia High School in Bristol, Virginia for Bristol, TN teams.



External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee_Secondary_School_Athletic_Association
2020 TSSAA Soccer District 15-2A Semifinal [email protected] Millington

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