Region Soccer FInals Set For Thursday

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Amber Gicker claims the ball for East Hamilton.
Amber Gicker claims the ball for East Hamilton.
- photo by M. A. Locke

Several area teams will battle for region soccer titles on Thursday.  The winners will host state sectional games on Saturday and the losers will advance but have to play on the road Saturday.

In Class A, CSAS traveled to Cascade on Tuesday and won 2-1.  Signal Mountain beat Community School 4-1 in their semifinal.   CSAS will play at Signal Mountain on Thursday at 7 p.m. 

In Class AA, McMinn Central held off East Ridge for a 5-3 win and East Hamilton beat Hixson 9-1. McMinn Central will travel to East Hamilton for the region title on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. 

In Class AAA, Walker Valley beat Soddy-Daisy 4-0 and Cookeville beat Bradley Central 2-1. Walker Valley will host Cookeville for the region championship on Thursday. 

 

Class A

THURSDAY
Region Finals:
CSAS at Signal Mountain

Class AA

THURSDAY
Region Finals: 
McMinn Central at East Hamilton 


Class AAA

THURSDAY
Region Finals: 
Cookeville at Walker Valley 



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