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The Dickson County Cougars (0-4) took the field at Dickson County Stadium for the first time in five weeks on Friday, falling to Rossview (3-1) 35-14 in a non-region matchup.

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The Greenbrier Bobcats hosted the Creek Wood Red Hawks Friday night in the opening contest of Region 5-4A play for both teams.

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Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and Nashville’s phased reopening plan, the TSSAA has made plans to move the 2020 State Cross Country Championships to Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville. The championships will take place over two days (Nov. 5-6) instead of the traditional one-day event to allow for social distancing. 

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee issued an Executive Order that will allow fall contact sports to resume, meaning the TSSAA football season will begin on time Week One on Aug. 21.

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High school coaches and players across the Midstate breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday afternoon as Gov. Bill Lee announced he will issue Executive Order 55, allowing contact to resume and fall sports to start on time.

The TSSAA passed contingency plans for football and girls soccer Wednesday if the 2020 season doesn't start on time.

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High school football and girls soccer seasons will be delayed in Tennessee, but there are options on the table for the games to still be played this fall.

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After taking a look at professional athletes and personnel in parts 1 and 2, it’s now time to turn the attention to the collegiate level.