TENNESSEE BASEBALL REPORT
|TSSAA||2015 Team Previews||2015 Team Previews||D1 Baseball Scores||Minor League Baseball|
|Media||2014 Offensive Stat Leaders||TCCAA||NCAA NAIA||Major League Baseball|
|TBCA||2014 Pitching Stat Leaders||NJCAA||College Baseball Insider||TN in MLB/Minor Leagues|
|Coach T||TBR HS State Record Book||HS/JuCo TEAM PREVIEW FORM||College Baseball Today||TN MLB Draft History|
College Conference Composite Schedules
In the attachments to this email is the summer tournament schedule at USA Baseball Stadium in Millington, TN. Hopefully you will be able to attend one of our very competitive events. If you have any questions, please let me know.
June 4-7 PSA Sox/Mid South Showcase 14U Tourney Cost:$1,000.00 Six Game Guarantee
June 11-14 Perfect Game Super25 Qualifier 16U & 17U Cost: $750.00 Four Game Guarantee
June 27-July 2 The Hagan (hosted by Memphis Tigers) 15U, 16U, 17U & 18U Cost: $1,295.00 Seven Game Guarantee
July 10-13 USA Stadium Showdown 16U & 18U Cost $600.00 Four Game Guarantee
July 17-20 USA High School Challenge Varsity & 16U Ages Cost: $550.00 Four Game Guarantee
South Gibson County High School (Medina, TN), Dyersburg High School (Dyersburg, TN), and Milan High School (Milan, TN) are looking for teams to participate in their annual Easter Slam Tournament April 1-4. Games will be played at all three schools. There is a four game guarantee and the entry fee is $250 plus three games balls per game. For more information contact Chris Messer at Dyersburg: (731) 414-2466 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Lin Cates at South Gibson: (731) 514-8532 or email@example.com .
2015 Dinger Wood Bat Classic - April 17-18 @ Graves County High School (Mayfield, KY) and other area fields - $200/3 Games....$250/4 games Each team receives 3 Dinger wood bats (sizes of your choice). Head Coach receives a tournament polo. Will try to schedule against like-opponents upon request. In the past, the tournament usually hosts 12 teams and we have had teams from KY, MO, IN, and TN participate. This year, we'd like to expand the tournament field Interested teams and coaches please contact Andy Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-559-4347
Germantown High, Bartlett High,
and Bolton High ( and various other sites around the Memphis, TN
area) are hosting the Lewis Harris Invitational March 9-14,
The entry fee is $50 a game. You can tell us how many games you want and which days you want to play and we will do our best to make it work. Please let Coach Callaway at Germantown High know if your interested in playing by August 20th. email@example.com or 901 378 930.
Farragut 2015 Tournaments( we will have several sites)
April 2-4(Demarini/Diamond Academy Classic) 4 Game guarantee , 250 per team , put in your own balls( let me know if you can play on Thursday )no games at UT anymore.
April 9-11 (Scott Dean Memorial Tournament ) 60 dollars per game- u can play as many games as you want to, put in your own balls) , also let me know if you want to play on Thursday.
Please text me if you want in any of our tournaments, text in a separate text , not in this group text! thank you Matt Buckner/Farragut Baseball/ 865-368-3141
The 2nd Annual Middle TN Invitational is scheduled for March 26th through March 28th of 2015. After a successful 8 team tournament that was won by Goodpasture in 2014, this tournament is going to expand to 16 teams in 2015. In this tournament, teams will play 3 pool play games on Thursday and Friday, and will play 1-2 tournament games on Saturday depending upon seeding. There will be a tournament champion as well as Offensive and Defensive MVP's. If you are interested in participating in this tournament please contact one of the three host sites.Christ Presbyterian Academy -- Larry Nesbitt (615) 473-4090 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sycamore High School -- Daniel Smiley (615) 268-4595 or email@example.com Harpeth High School -- Coby Ginsberg (615) 525-1016 or firstname.lastname@example.org Springfield High School -- Justin Martin (615) 293-3938
|6/11 - Clarksville High School, Rossview High School, and Northeast High School (Clarksville, TN) are looking for teams to participate in the William Workman Tournament. The tournament will be held on April 9-11 at all three sites. There is a four game guarantee and the entry fee is $250 plus three game balls per game. Contact Brian Hetalnd: (931) 206-8055 or Dustin Smith: (931) 237-1795 or email@example.com for more information.|
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|February 1, 2015: Walters State sweeps a pair and goes 3-0 to begin the season - Game 2 Box Score Game 3 Box Score ... Southwest TN dropped a 2-1 decision to Brevard and 3-0 to State College of Florida... The Saluqis end their road trip tomorrow with a game vs Hillsborough CC ... TN Wesleyan drops a pair of one run games - 2-1 and 3-2 to Auburn Montgomery... Martin Methodist beats Point 4-1... Bryan beats Toccoa Falls 6-3... Lee completes sweep of Emmanuel ... Redhawks open with DH sweep ... Missed Opportunities, Errors Doom LMU ... Late surge propels Aiken past LMU in game 2 ... King splits with Brevard ... Tusculum falls in opener ... St. Leo edges Tusculum in game 2 of series ...|
|January 31, 2015: And we have opened the season once again, this will be our 15th season to cover Tennessee teams and their baseball exploits! Southwest TN CC opens up with a big 2-0 win over traditionall national JC power, Chipola in Tampa yesterday... They play a DH today starting at 9am with Broward CC and State College of Florida at Walter Fuller Stadium in St. Pete... Walters State wins 3-2 of Salkahatchie SC -BoxScore ... Martin Methodist sweeps DH from Point with 6-4 and 7-6 wins... TN Wesleyan wins 7-5 in 12 innings over Auburn-Montgomery... Bryan beats Toccoa Falls 6-5... Lee opens with 10-1 win ...|
|January 28, 2015: This year each preview has top players for each team listed ... We have added 8 more HS Team Previews: AAA - Stewarts Creek, Portland, Mt. Juliet, AA - Haywood County A - Bruceton Central, Columbia Academy, Happy Valley D2 - Battle Ground Academy TCCAA - Motlow State CC|
|January 25, 2015: We have added AAA - Lebanon, Wilson Central, Gallatin, West Creek, Tennessee (Bristol), AA - NO AA schools this time, sorry... A - Oakdale, Peabody, Clarksville Academy, D2 - Davidson Academy, Rossville Christian Academy and Jackson State CC ... We haven't any on the shelf, so please send some more in this week so we can add you to our growing list of 2015 Team Previews!! OPENING THIS WEEK: Tennessee Wesleyan @ UA - Montgomery and Martin Methodist @ Point College on Friday Jan. 30 ... Lee opens Sun Feb 1 vs Emmanuel in DH at Lee ... LMU opens at SC-Aiken (Kenny Thomas) on Friday Jan 30 as does Tusculum, who plays at St. Leo ... We'll have scores and post story links as soon as they are available!|
|January 21, 2015: WE have a bunch of team previews to post today!! Starting with TCCAA's Southwest TN ... Class A - Jo Byrns, Oliver Springs, Watertown, Community, Middle Tennessee Christian, Class AA - South Gibson, Sycamore, Unicoi County, Class AAA - Hardin Valley Academy, Bartlett, Centennial, Hendersonville and Division II - McCallie.|
|January 18, 2015: Had a great time yesterday visiting with everyone at the TBCA Clinic - have posted up the award winners and some excerpts of the Hall of Fame speeches on our Facebook page! Hoping to finish up the TCCAA 2015 Previews this week and continue to add HS previews! Coaches please send when ready!|
|January 13, 2015: Here are some more team previews - Columbia State and Chattanooga State CC ... as well as HS's - Boyd Buchanan, Jackson Northside, Harding Academy Remember the TBCA Clinic is this weekend in Franklin, TN - We will be there helping out! Say Hi|
|January 8, 2015: We have posted a few team previews we have received - Dyersburg State CC, Roane State CC and Walters State CC... and a couple HS teams - Clarksville and Gordonsville HS's...|
January 2, 2015: ABCA is this
weekend in Orlando, FL...
TBCA clinic is Jan. 16-18... On Friday, Jan. 30 we will have
3 TN team in action for the "opening" day - Roane State CC will
be at Marion Military in Alabama; Martin Methodist will be at
Point University in Georgia; and Tennessee Wesleyan will open up
at UA-Montgomery... it'll be here before we no it! Don't forget
to send in your HS team previews as soon as possible! This will
be our 15th year of baseball coverage - started out as MidTN
Prep Baseball on a free host called Homestead... we've
transformed over the years and our main focus is High School and
JuCo baseball coverage... as most of you know, I played at
Volunteer State CC in 1980 when the program was shut down due to
the economics of Title IX... I have a spot in my heart to cover
the league as it gets very little coverage in most places - I am
a teacher/retired coach by trade and I rely on coaches to get me
info for previews - without their help I couldn't do it - Really
the reason I do this is to help kids get recognized for their
efforts - I'm not a profit making entity, I don't claim to be
able to predict who the top draft picks are - all the info I get
is from coaches who are in the trenches and see the players...
being in Middle TN I get to some stuff in my area, but can't see
the entire state for obvious reasons - I rely again, on coaches,
to help me rank teams for our polls (which by the way don't
really mean much, but fans sure get worked up about them)...the
polls started when the Free Press in Johnson City quit doing
them and the folks at the TBCA wanted to get some going - I
volunteered, as usual, to help out in any way I could - So I
tried to get some help from papers but without much luck, so I
said what the heck - I can call coaches and a few of the paper
guys I know and just do them myself - because, really, they
don't mean anything - HS baseball is a tournament sport -
that's all that counts - the regular season is practice in a
sense - so I try to spread the wealth around - and I'm usually
pretty close... In the 10 years I've been doing them by the end
of the regular season I've got'em nailed down pretty good. Some
years are easier than others which is why I don't do pre season
polls any more and also why I don't start them til at least 3
weeks into the season... I've put quite a bit of time into the
High School State Record Book as well - I mean a lot of time - I
haven't updated it this fall due to my job and traveling around
with my daughters to soccer and basketball games... Again - I
rely on coaches to get me stats at the end of each season so I
can put the records together, I have them compile career
records for me - it's not perfect, but we've had people send
stuff out of newspapers, etc from way back and we are so
thankful for the help as we want it to be as accurate as
possible... I am looking forward to 2015 and hope everybody has
a great season with your particular team!
USA Baseball unveils NHSI field -FARRAGUT is in ...
Collegiate Baseball D1 Pre Season Poll ...
D2 Poll ...
D3 Poll ...
NAIA Poll ...
NJCAA Poll ...
|December 26, 2014: Working on some site cleanup - Will be taking and looking for High School team previews and JuCo team previews when you get ready to send them - we have undergone some changes over the past year - our forms quit working last spring for some reason and we could never figure out why so I've doubled up the Team Preview form at the bottom of the All Region form this year - Vandy tabbed #1 in pre-season polls ... 4 Commodores named to LS PreSeason All American teams ... Cumberland #1 in preseason coaches poll ... Locante and Conner get promotions ... Peay's Robles named to LS PreSeason All America team ... Lipscomb recently completes trip to Dominican Republic ... UT's Stewart a PreSeason AA ...|
|December 17, 2014: computer has been down for about 2 weeks - will do some updating when school is out over Christmas break...|
|November 25, 2014: Added a few more signee's...|
|November 19, 2014: 7 additional players have signed - early signee's - if you know of anyone else please let us know!!|
|November 16, 2014: My list of early signee's for college baseball - if you see someone I need to add, please tweet me or email me - I have 78, are there more??|
|September 29, 2014: MLB AL Wildcard Sept 30 7:07 cdt TBS Oakland at Kansas City (Lester vs Shields) ... MLB NL Wildcard Oct. 1 7:07 cdt ESPN San Fransisco at Pittsburgh (Bumgarner vs Volquez) AL Series start Oct. 2 on TBS and NL Series start Oct. 3 on Fox/MLB Network ... 9 TN Players in the playoffs / 5 are home grown products: Matt Cain (Disabled List - Houston/San Fransisco), Pedro Alverez (Vandy/Pittsburgh), Sonny Gray (Smyrna/Vandy/Oakland), Luke Hocheavar (UT/Kansas City - Disabled List), David Price - (Blackman/Vandy/Detroit), Caleb Joseph - (Franklin/Lipscomb/Baltimore), Ryan Flaherty - (Vandy/Baltimore), A.J. Ellis - (Austin Peay/Los Angeles NL), and Taylor Hill - (Mt. Juliet/Vandy/Washington) ...|
|August 7, 2014: Chatt State positioning itself to get back on top ...|
SPORTS HELP FIGHT PARKINSON'S
Baseball coaches know it's not really a talent but rather an intangible to be worked on practice after practice, hoping it eventually carries over to each game. Then, if everything jells, you've got a chance at a pretty good season. Then you build from there. Possibly nowhere in Tennessee has high school baseball reached the consistency it has at Farragut. After winning their ninth state championship in spring 2014 - all but one in the 2000s - the consistency continues. "I don't think there's much doubt Farragut has been the most consistent team in east Tennessee the last 20 years," said Pat Dorwin, a former Admiral who played on Farragut's initial state championship team more than 30 years ago. "That puts the Admirals up there with being one of the best baseball programs in Tennessee - ever."
Over the past three decades, the Ads have produced nine state champions and four state runner-up squads. State titles came in 1982, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2014. Farragut has lost in four title games - 1988, 2001, 2002 and 2013. "The Farragut baseball program continues to represent our school and community with pride and class," Farragut athletic director Seth Smith said. During all those years, the Admirals have had just four coaches: John Heatherly, his longtime assistant Herky Payne, followed by Tommy Pharr getting Farragut back to state title winners, and Buckner, who won two state championships his first two years after Pharr left after capturing two in a row himself, leaving Farragut as the only state Class AAA baseball team to win it all four consecutive years. "With this past spring's title, Farragut has been state champs, or runners-up, 13 times over the past 32 years," Dorwin said. "That defines consistency." Farragut is also consistent in its community service, helping raise almost $6,000 over the past five seasons to help find a cure for Parkinson's disease. The event is held each May at the Ads' Throwback Game, where a doubleader is scheduled and the teams wear old-school uniforms with cheap concessions are sold.
"Farragut has an awesome booster club that is the backbone to the success we've had in raising money to fight Parkinson's," Dorwin said. Dorwin, leading hitter for the Ads and an All-Knoxville Interscholastic League player in 1982, was diagnosed with Early-onset Parkinson's in 2003 at the age of 38, initiated a fundraiser for the National Parkinson Foundation in 2010 at the doubleheader. "I called coach Buckner out of the blue," Dorwin said. "I told him my idea and he immediately said, 'Sure, we can do it at the Throwback Game.' "He had no idea who I was," Dorwin said. "He just told me I was part of the Admiral family and they would help in any way they could. There's not many coaches out there that show class like that." Dorwin's youngest brother Pete, a member of the 1988 runner-up squad and also an All-KIL outfielder, was diagnosed with the disease in 2009 at age 39. "Pete's gutting it out," said Pat Dorwin. "I would not wish this disease on anyone."
Farragut business women Ellen Hubrig organized the first two events, bringing in vendors and holding silent auctions, Dorwin said. Dorwin then founded Project 20/20, with the goal of 20 area high schools holding fundraisers at sporting events by the year 2020. See www.pdproject2020.blogspot.com for more information. Dorwin said more than $4,000 was raised the first two years and all the credit goes to Hubrig. "I was just the unfortunate spokesman," he said. The 2012 event raised almost $600 and nearly $400 in 2013, as Dorwin had partnered with the Knoxville-based KiMe Fund (www.kimecnd.org) as they focus on raising funds for movement disorders, primarily Parkinson's disease.
"We got back on track in 2014, helped because there was a tripleheader," Dorwin said. "We were able to pass on more than $950 to the KiMe representative at the game." While Farragut has remained the consistent venue Dorwin said money has been raised at a local high school rugby festival (www.smacrugby.com) and at baseball games at Pigeon Forge, Seymour and Anderson County. "That's where we need to get more consistent, getting more teams involved, and getting established so the event can become yearly," Dorwin said. "That's the tough part - getting the coaches and athletic directors to call or e-mail you back so you can explain the purpose of the fund-raisers: To get money to the KiMe Fund, which does a great job of finding key places to get money to for helping to cure Parkinson's or just help slow it down."
Dorwin, who also played high-level softball for a long time as well as playing for 15 years with the Knoxville Possums Rugby Football Club, relied on his speed as an athlete, but not anymore because of the way his Parkinson's has progressed. "I'm slow most of the time. When my medicine works, I can get outside and run around with my kids (Eli, 10, and Addie Grace, 8) and my wife Angie, but the disease has spread from my left side to my right quad in the past 18 months," Dorwin said. "That's caused a new set of problems, so I have to use a wheel chair at times and I fall quite a bit. "But you carry on. That's why Project 20/20 is so important to me - any donation could be the one that helps me eventually get on even footing to fight back at this disease. It would be great if this release reaches coaches and athletic directors and they set up whatever kind of fund-raiser they'd like. Farragut gives us the gate, which consists entirely of donations from spectators, but not all schools can do that. Baseball is a big sport at some schools, but I would appreciate help from any kind of varsity or club sport."
To contact Dorwin, use the firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address or phone 865-363-9014.
|August 1, 2014: Austin Peay announces coaching changes ... David Price trade "absolute sadness" ... Parker leaves Forrest for East Hickman ... Betts stays hot for Pawtucket ... Whitehead named coach at Madison (Jackson) ... Fronaberger named coach at Crockett ... Wickersham headed to Brighton ... Chaffin named ABCA Division II Region 4 Coach of the Year ... Undrafted 100mph fastball arrives at Elizabethton ...|
|The MLB Draft started in 1965. Twenty teams drafted players and there were 10 rounds of the draft. Of the first 5 years of the draft, this draft had the most players reach the major leagues and play at least part of one year. 68 of 200 draftee's made the big leagues at some point of their career. 13 of the first round picks played in the show. In '66, 51 of 200 players made it. In '67 only 43 players made the MLB, while in '68 the number bounced back up to a second overall with 57 players eventually playing major league baseball. The fifth year of the draft, 1969, saw 51 players make the MLB. Below is a breakdown by round of the players who played big league ball at some point in their career for at least part of a year. These are statistics from the June Regular draft. In the beginning of the draft MLB had 4 drafts - January Regular, January Secondary, June Regular and June Secondary. The numbers reflect the players who signed when drafted. The player is credited in the year in which they signed to play - if they were drafted more than once, which some were - we didn't count the player twice. Also, the draft actually went more than 50 rounds, but I cut my research off at 50. After the first round, the chances of becoming a MLB player fall off significantly... as I reveal the 70's, 80's, and 90's you will see the overwhelming evidence of this...|
|Year/Round||1965||1966||1967||1968||1969||60's Total||% MLB by Rd|
|# of Players who made the MLB for at least a cup of coffee/Total # Drafted|
|1||10||11||12||9||16||65/104||62.5 - 1:1.6|
|2||6||5||7||7||8||37/104||35.5 - 1:2.8|
|7||3||2||0||7||3||17/108||15.7 - 1:6.4|
|8||1||2||0||3||4||14/108||13.0 - 1:7.7|
|31-40||5/129 3.9%||8/142 4%||5/160^^ 3.1%||4/144 2.8%||6/175 3.4%||28/750 3.7%||1:26.8|
|41-50||4/64 6.3%||2/66 3%||4/124 3.2%||0/60 0%||3/87 3.4%||13/407 3.2%||1:31.3|
|Notable draft picks from 60's|
|*- Bucky Dent||**-Nolan Ryan||***-Ken Griffey||^- Bob Forsch||^^ Mike Marshall 37th round|
|In 1965 TN had 14 players drafted that were either from TN or played at a TN school. Of these, only one, Clyde Wright made the big leagues. Wright, who played at Carson-Newman College, was drafted in the 6th round, 107th overall. Wright pitched in 9 seasons of MLB, mainly for the California Angels.|
|TN only had 5 draftee's in 1966, none of which ever played MLB.|
|In '67, 18 players were drafted from TN schools. Two players, 2nd round pick David Sells of Sullivan South HS. Sells played parts of 5 seasons with California and the LA Dodgers. That same year, Sam Ewing of Overton HS was picked in the 45th round. Ewing played parts of 4 seasons with the Chicago White Sox and Toronto. Ewing was the lowest TN pick in the 60's to ever make the big leagues. Ewing left for pro ball in '71 when he was drafted in the January Secondary.|
|1968 saw three TN draft picks find big league diamonds. Wayne Garland (Cohn HS/5th round), Ross Grimsley (Frayser HS/8th) and Mike Willis (Hillsboro HS/25th round). TN also had a June Secondary draftee, Ed Goodson of ETSU, drafted as the third pick of the draft who played big league ball. Garland and Grimsley did not sign in '68. Both were drafted again in 1969 and signed.|
|In '69, other than Garland and Grimsley, TN had 19 players drafted total. None of these guys ever played an inning. Among the drafted was future Motlow State skipper, Don Rhoton. The lowest ever draft pick to play in the big leagues from the 60's was drafted in 1969 - 75th round/1026 overall - Al Cowens... Cowens played 13 seasons with KC Royals, Detroit, California and Seattle. Interestingly enough, Nashville native, Butch Stinson was drafted from Cohn HS in the 75th round but did not sign.|
MLB Draft Part II: The 70's
|Year/Round||1970||1971||1972||1973||1974||1975||1976||1977||1978||1979||70's Total||% MLB by Rd|
|# of Players who made it to the MLB for at least a cup of coffee / # Drafted total|
|31-40||4/135 2.9%||7/101 6.9%||4/98 4.1%||3/61 4.9%||5/70 7.1%||3/30 10%||5/53 9.4%||3/63 4.8%||3/69 4.3%||8/107 7.5%||45/787||5.7|
|41-50||0/53 0%||1/23 4.3%||0/19 0%||2/25 8%||0/2 0%||0/0||0/0||0/2 0%||1/15 7%||1/11 9.1%||5/150||3.3|
|Overall %||11.3 %||12.3%||12.9%||12.5%||15.3%||15.3%||16.3%||16%||16.6%||16.9%||14.5|
|Top TN Pick by Year|
|1970 - Eddie Sherlin/Gallatin HS 4th Rd/#85|
|1971 - Larry Herndon/Douglas HS (Memphis) 3rd Rd/#54 (MLB)|
|1972 - Bobby Goodman/Bishop Byrne HS (Memphis) 1st Rd/#5|
|1973 - Butch Stinson/Lipscomb U 7th Rd/#143|
|1974 - Ted Shipley/Vanderbilt U 1st Rd/#14|
|1975 - Bo McLaughlin/Lipscomb U 1st Rd/#14 (MLB)|
|1976 - Dom Chiti/Raliegh Egypt HS (Memphis) 2nd Rd/#27|
|1977 - Scott Sanderson/Vanderbilt U 3rd Rd/#54|
|1978 - Michael Taylor/Columbia State CC 3rd Rd/#62|
|1979 - Atlee Hammaker/ETSU 1st Rd/#21 (MLB)|
|Other Notable Draftee's|
|Charlie Lea drafted 4 times - 1975 June Reg 15/342, 1976 June Sec 2/37, 1977 Jan Sec 4/61, 1978 June Reg 3/62*|
|* - 1976 2nd Round: #27 Dom Chiti RHP Raliegh Egypt HS (Memphis, TN)|
|^-1975 4th Round: #93 Mike Wright SS Father Ryan HS (Nashville, TN)|
|#- 1976 5th Round: # 118 Mike Smithson RHP UT(Hickman Co. HS)|
|&- 1974 6th Round: #131 Eddie (Ed) Whitson RHP Unicoi Co. HS (Erwin, TN)|
|**- 1970 8th Round: # 171 Phil Garner IF UT (Bearden HS) (Knoxville, TN)|
|!- 1975 15th Round: #342 Charlie Lea LHP Kingsbury HS (Memphis, TN)|
|@- 1976 17th Round: #405 Rick Honeycutt UT (Chattanooga, TN)|
|^^^- 1978 17th Round: #431 Mark Smith David Lipscomb HS (Nashville, TN)|
MLB Playoff Central
|National League||American League|
|San Fransisco Sports||Pittsburgh Post-Gazette||Oakland CA Sports||Kansas City Star|
|LA Times /||St. Louis Dispatch||Detroit Free Press||Baltimore Sun|
|Washington Post||Orange Co Register|
|MLB.com||Fox Sports MLB||ESPN MLB||Baseball Digest|
Teams listed below - Link to updated pdf file of nominations thru June 2 above
114 NOMINATIONS TURNED IN (114 AS OF JUNE 5 IN GREEN)
|FORREST||SUMMERTOWN||NORTH GREENE||USJ||BGA||SPRING HILL|
|SULLIVAN EAST||DYER COUNTY||SCIENCE HILL||SIEGEL||RIPLEY||COMMUNITY|
|LEWIS COUNTY||JACKSON CHRISTIAN||KNOX CHRISTIAN||DOBYNS-BENNETT||SODDY DAISY||BAYLOR|
|SYCAMORE||Knox GRACE CHRISTIAN||GOODPASTURE||CAK||KNOX CATHOLIC||TIPTON ROSEMARK|
|LEXINGTON||McCALLIE||BOYD BUCHANAN||SEQUOYAH||CHRISTIAN BROTHERS||DYERSBURG|
|MORRISTOWN WEST||COOKEVILLE||UNICOI COUNTY||BRENTWOOD||CLARKRANGE||CENTRAL MAGNET|
|SEYMOUR||FATHER RYAN||SEVIER COUNTY||GREENEVILLE||CARTER||KNOX WEBB|
|MILAN||SODDY DAISY||TULLAHOMA||ONEIDA||TRINITY CHRISTIAN||COVINGTON|
|JACK SOUTH SIDE||BRIGHTON||GERMANTOWN||HARDING ACADEMY||ANDERSON COUNTY||BARTLETT|
|SOUTH PITTSBURG||CORNERSVILLE||ROSSVIEW||TENNESSEE||CLARKSVILLE||BRENTWOOD ACADEMY|
|TROUSDALE CO.||WEST GREENE||BEECH||COLLIERVILLE||FRA||WHITE HOUSE|
|STATION CAMP||OVERTON||McNAIRY CNTRL||GRAINGER||HENRY CO.||LORETTO|
|UPPERMAN||CREEK WOOD||OAKDALE||WILSON CENTRAL||MEIGS CO.||ARLINGTON|
|HENDERSONVILLE||FRANKLIN||ZION CHRIST.||CAMDEN||SOUTH GIBSON||HALLS|
|CLARK NE||D CROCKETT||MTCS||PORTLAND||HUNTLAND||CUMBERLAND CO.|
|KNOX HALLS||D BOONE||BEARDEN||SYCAMORE||WATERTOWN||WESTMORELAND|
|EAST ROBERTSON||MT JULIET||ALCOA||WARREN CO.||ELIZABETHTON||OLIVER SPRINGS|
|ROCKWOOD||HARDIN VALLEY||COFFEE CO.||GORDONSVILLE||JO BYRNS|