TSSAA State Basketball Games PPD Thursday Because of Weather

The TSSAA State Basketball games scheduled for Thursday in Murfreesboro were all canceled due to winter weather that created hazardous road conditions in the Murfreesboro area. The girls games have now been rescheduled for Friday with the championship games pushed back until Sunday.

Times below are central time.

Friday, March 6

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11:00 am – Class A Quarterfinal – Oliver Springs v. Decatur Co. Riverside 

12:30 pm – Class A Quarterfinal – Clarkrange v. Houston Co.

2:00 pm – Class AA Quaterfinal – Westmoreland v. Grainger

3:45 pm – Class AA Quaterfinal – Craigmont v. McMinn Central

5:15 pm -Class AA Quaterfinal – Elizabethton v. Westview

6:45 pm – Class AA Quaterfinal – Cannon Co. v. Martin Luther King


Saturday, March 7

1:30 pm – Class AAA Semifinal – Oakland v. Bearden

3:00 pm – Class AAA Semifinal – Morristown West v. Blackman

4:30 pm – Class A Semifinal – South Greene v. Middleton

6:00 pm – Class A Semifinal – TBD

7:30 pm – Class AA Semifinal – TBD

9:00 pm – Class AA Semifinal – TBD

Sunday, March 8th

Class AAA – 1:00 pm

Class A – 3:30 pm

Class AA – 6:00 pm

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