PREP SCHEDULE

Saturday, April 21, 2018

(Please notify us of any schedule changes and times as well as game and match scores at news@chattanoogan.com)

Softball:

THURSDAY, APRIL 19

Brainerd at Signal Mountain

Rhea Co. at Cookeville

East Hamilton at Soddy Daisy

Howard at Central

Bradley at Cleveland

Baylor at Whitwell 5:30 p.

m.

Silverdale at Chattanooga Christian

Meigs Co. at Hixson

Tellico Plains at Sale Creek

Grace at Boyd-Buchanan

CSAS at Red Bank

Lookout Valley at Notre Dame

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

CGLA at Hixson

Sale Creek at South Pittsburg

McMinn Central at Bradley

CSAS at Tellico Plains

East Hamilton Tournament – East Ridge, Soddy Daisy,

GPS at Brentwood Academy

Signal Mountain at Grace

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 21

East Hamilton Tournament

 

Baseball 

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 19

Trojan Classic – Soddy Daisy, Red Bank, Chattanooga Christian, Signal Mountain, Rhea Co., Bradley, Hixson, Ooltewah, Silverdale, Station Camp,

Notre Dame at East Hamilton

Lookout Valley at Van Buren Co.

Sequatchie Co. at CSAS

Rhea Co. at Walker Valley

Howard at Sale Creek

Baylor at Brentwood Academy 5 p.m.

Boyd-Buchanan at Central

McCallie at Pope John Paul II 7 p.m.

Signal Mountain at CCS

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

Bledsoe Co. at Whitwell

McCallie at Pope John Paul II doubleheader 5 p.m.

Grace at Sweetwater

Notre Dame vs. Station Camp at Bradley

Notre Dame at Bradley

Lookout Valley at Howard

Trojan Classic

CSAS at Meigs Co.

Rockwood at Sale Creek

Baylor at Brentwood Academy (DH) 2 and 4

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 21

McCallie at Pope John Paul

South Pittsburg at Hixson

Alcoa at Grace

Trojan Classic

Signal Mountain at Soddy Daisy

Signal Mountain vs. South Pittsburg at Soddy Daisy

 

Boys Soccer

Thursday  April 19

Boyd Buchanan at Walker Valley at 6 p.m.

East Hamilton at McMinn Central at 6 p.m. 

Sequatchie County at Red Bank at 7 p.m.

Soddy Daisy at Hixson at 7 p.m.

St. Andrews-Sewanee at Grace Baptist

Walker Valley at Boyd Buchanan at 6 p.m.

Friday April 20

Baylor at Lipscomb Academy 7 p.m.

Chattanooga Christian at Notre Dame

Cleveland at East Ridge

CSAS at Signal Mountain at 7 p.m.

Montgomery Bell Academy at McCallie 6 p.m.

Saturday April 21

Ensworth at McCallie at 3 p.m.

Westminster at Baylor 12:30 p.m.

Lacrosse 

Thursday April 19

Ringgold at Signal Mountain at 6

Friday April 20

Soddy Daisy vs. Clarksville at Nolensville 6 p.m.

Saturday April 21

Darlington Academy at Baylor at noon

Knights Cup In Knoxville Signal Mountain JV at 1 and 4 and Varsity at 12 and 3

Soddy Daisy at Nolensville 2 p.m. 

Monday April 23

Dalton at Signal Mountain at 6 

Wednesday April 25

Chattanooga FCA at Soddy Daisy at 6 p.m.

Thursday April 26

Signal Mountain at McCallie - JV at 5 and Varsity at 6

Friday April 27

Baylor at Father Ryan 7 p.m.

McCallie at Montgomery Bell Academy 7 p.m.

Saturday April 28

McCallie at Father Ryan 2 p.m.

Monday April 30

Soddy Daisy at Signal Mountain

Tennis

Thursday April 19

GPS at Ensworth 5 p.m.

Friday April 20

McCallie at Ensworth

Saturday April 21

Signal Mountain at McCallie 10 a.m.

Monday April 23

Baylor girls at Brentwood

Tuesday April 24

Knox Webb at Baylor girls

Knox Webb at McCallie

Thursday April 26

McCallie vs. Memphis University School in Nashville

Friday April 27

McCallie vs. Montgomery Bell Academy at Carter Invitational

Saturday April 28

Baylor, McCallie at Carter Invitational

Tuesday May 1

GPS at Baylor girls 4:15 p.m.

Wednesday May 2

McCallie at Baylor 4 p.m.

Thursday May 3

Harpeth Hall at GPS 4 p.m.

Track

Saturday April 21

McCallie Invitational 9 a.m.

Friday April 27

Red Bank Invitational



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