Although there aren’t widespread alterations to the Week 4 schedule, a couple of games have been removed with some teams unable to play.
Spring Hill was just put on hold for two weeks, meaning they’ll miss Friday’s game with Lincoln County and next week’s region contest with Tullahoma.
Middle Tennessee Christian’s game at DCA was postponed after a positive test among the coaching staff. DCA is looking for another game to avoid a second consecutive open date, as the Wildcats missed last week due to COVID-related issues with Friendship Christian.
Westmoreland, Macon County and Kenwood still need games for Friday as their originally-scheduled contests with Metro Nashville teams were dropped.
We’ll post any changes on our schedule if they happen today.
Meanwhile, catch up on what you might have missed from Week 3 around the area:
- Tennessee preps football game board. Who needs games?
- TACA cancels high school football all-star game
- Top area high school football games for Week 4
- Leaf Chronicle
- Cougars, Fighting Irish feeling effects of a pandemic fall
- Game of Week: Rossview to face Northeast’s offense
- Daily News Journal
- COVID-19 forces MTCS to postpone football game at DCA
- Area high school football Week 4 preview
- Williamson Home Page
- FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Brentwood back home; Ravenwood to face tricky opponent; Lipscomb, Page to play
- Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
- Spring Hill athletics idle for two weeks due to pandemic
- Williamson Herald
- Football: Fairview’s Hughes is right where he wants to be
- Robertson County Connection
- PICK ‘EM: Joel’s Week 4 Robertson County-area Predictions
- Murfreesboro Post
- Week 4 Rutherford County high school football picks
- Week 4 Rutherford County high school football preview