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Hixson High School football head coach Jason Fitzgerald

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The season continues

Class 1A: Copper Basin, South Pittsburg*

Class 2A: Boyd-Buchanan, Silverdale Baptist

Class 4A: East Hamilton, Hixson, Signal Mountain

Class 6A: Bradley Central, McMinn County

Class 3A: Grundy County, McMinn Central, Tyner

Class 4A: Notre Dame, Red Bank

Class 5A: Cleveland, Ooltewah, Walker Valley

Hixson coach Jason Fitzgerald offered the most telling comment about Tennessee high school football playoff projections and rankings.

"It could all blow up Friday night," he said Saturday.

Final-week results will cement some playoff spots but also could have TSSAA officials burning enough midnight oil to cause a midstate power outage while leaving some coaches, players and interested fans sitting on the edge of their seats till the playoff brackets are unveiled Saturday afternoon.

The Tennessee playoffs will begin on Nov. 2, but in the 24-team Class 1A and Class 2A brackets, the top two teams in each quadrant will receive first-round byes.

Under the TSSAA's most recently posted Class 4A scenario, which includes District 6-AA runner-up Hixson, there are five Chattanooga-area teams in the same quadrant: District 6 champion East Hamilton, District 7 champion Signal Mountain and runner-up Notre Dame plus Red Bank, which could finish third in 6-AA with a Friday win over Tyner.

"Anything could happen. I don't see a four-win team getting in, but so much depends on what happens even outside that quadrant," Fitzgerald said.

The scenario could be disturbed by Grainger County, an East Tennessee team with a current claim to a first quadrant berth. However, Grainger dropped to 4-5 and, like Red Bank, could be facing a must-win situation when it plays at 6-3 Cumberland Gap.

"If Grainger doesn't qualify and it looks like they were the No. 8 seed in the upper east bracket, our quadrant could lose a team to Quadrant 1 and then you're looking at one or more teams from the midstate bracket coming into our bracket," Fitzgerald said.

The area teams' quadrant currently includes Giles County (9-0), Page (6-2) and Maplewood (5-5). Somebody has to go to Giles County. Would it be Red Bank if the Lions win?

Giles County and Page play Friday and both are unbeaten in district play. One, like Signal and East Hamilton, will automatically earn a host role. The quadrant could also change based on the outcome of Notre Dame's home game against Grundy County, which is battling to get into the Class 3A playoffs after getting upset last Friday.

The only guarantees the TSSAA offers are that the top two teams in each district will advance to the playoffs and that each district champion will host an opening-round game.

"That's why I don't really study that stuff," said McMinn County coach Bo Cagle, whose Cherokees will host Bradley Central in a fight for the District 5-AAA championship Friday. "I think maybe it's fun for the fans, and I think the only reason [the TSSAA] puts it out there is to give people something to talk about.

"All that stuff means nothing till the final game of the last week is played. What I do know is if we win we win the district, and I think that means we'll get in [the playoffs.]"

Both Cagle and Bradley Central coach Damon Floyd feel they're headed to the Class 6A midstate quadrant with Siegel, Cane Ridge, Oakland, Riverdale, Blackman, Franklin County and Cookeville.

"I think the winner goes west," Cagle said. "Otherwise you wind up with a quadrant (upper east Tennessee) with five district champions."

Floyd, whose team is coming off its third straight rivalry game (Cleveland, Walker Valley, Ooltewah), said he left the scenario-studying to one of his assistant.

"I think we're a lock for Quad 2, but I know really nothing about the playoffs," Floyd said. "What I do know is that we're playing McMinn County this week for the district title in the state's second-oldest rivalry."

But every district and therefore every classification has its twists. In Class 2A for example, Boyd-Buchanan (8-1, 3-0) is the current leader, but a loss to Copper Basin could have major championship implications.

They meet Friday for the District 5-A championship, and a Cougars win coupled with a Silverdale Baptist win over Grace Academy could set up a three-way tie for first place because Boyd-Buchanan beat Silverdale and Silverdale beat Copper Basin. The winner would be decided by overall record which, in that scenario, would be Silverdale at 9-1.

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Entering WMS the Zebras average 36.5 points per game (ppg) and give up 19.6 ppg. Benton brings with them a 42.2 ppg average while allowing just 14.8 ppg.

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Students of Dyersburg High School hold a 'Trail of Tears' banner sign. They used it to allegedly taunt their opponents, the Northside Indians.

Second ‘Trail of Tears’ Banner Displayed at Tennessee High School Football Game

Another high school football team has used a “trail of tears” banner to allegedly taunt their visiting opponents.

The Dyersburg Trojans played the Northside Indians in the Tennessee High School Football Playoffs on Friday. The Trojans held up a banner that had blue dots in the shape of tears trickled on the word “tears”; and yellow dots, also in the shape of tears, on the word “trail.”

According to Mother Jones, a Facebook page, that is managed by the Dyersburg coaching staff, highlighted a half-dozen photos of their students holding up the sign for the visiting team, the Indians.

Their principal, Jon Frye, did not attend the playoff game and said that he was not aware of the photos on Facebook. He also said that he would ask the administrators of the page to take them down. The photos have been removed.

Earlier this week, McAdory High School in McCalla, Alabama, used a paper sign to taunt their opponents, the Pinson Valley Indians. It said, “Hey, Indians, get ready to leave in a Trail of Tears.” Their principal, Tod Humphries, has apologized for the incident.

These incidents have come to the forefront as the “Redskins” name-change debate continues to be a hot button issue in the NFL. Activists, lawmakers and Native American groups have said that the name is offensive, but the team’s owner, Dan Snyder, has refused to change the name.

Frye said that “there’s some truth” to the fact that students should have known better than to mock such a tragic event. “I guess you could make the logical connection. If they weren’t named Indians, then you couldn’t have this particular situation.”

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