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Tri-Cities and SW Va -

Elizabethton  35

Science Hill  40

 

Hampton  14

Oneida  31

 

Sullivan East  31

Unaka  0

 

North Greene  7

Cumberland Gap  38

 

Dobyns-Bennett  21

East Hamilton  33

 

West Greene  47

Cosby  7

 

Cloudland  21

Happy Valley  18

 

Gibbs  28

Grainger  14

 

Tennessee High  27

Sullivan South  37

 

Jefferson Co.  32

Knox Central  20

 

Greeneville  40

Morristown West  0

 

Knox Carter  33

Cocke co.  0

 

Daniel Boone  22

Cherokee  21

 

David Crockett  48

Unicoi Co.  26

 

Kings Academy  35

Hancock Co.  18

 

Sullivan North  16

Volunteer  0

 

Morristown East  35

William Blount  35

 

Jellico  0

Tri-Cities Christian  35

 

rye Cove  8

Holston  41

 

Ft. Chiswell  49

Rural Retreat  7

 

John Battle  36

Abingdon  20

 

Tazewell  7

Virginia High  48

 

Gate City  21

Richlands  49

 

J.I. Burton  6

Lee High  24

 

Wise Central  0

Eastside  18

 

Haysi  38

Castlewood  0

 

Patrick Henry  42

Thomas Walker  26

 

Honaker  36

Lebanon  7

 

Radford  14

George Wythe  21

 

Twin Springs  7

Northwood  28

 

Union  21

Clintwood  23

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