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The final week of the regular season for the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association yielded no big surprises as the division leaders all remained in first place and now the championship games are set to be played on Saturday, Nov. 10.
But first, the cheerleader championships will take place this Saturday at the Roane County High School gym. The first group of competitors will take the floor at 10 a.m. This is the fourth year the league has had the cheerleader competition.
As for the football teams, the championship games are set. Harriman completed one of their best seasons in recent memory when the mighty mites and crickets won their games at Oliver Springs last Saturday to take home the regular season championships, becoming the number one seeds in their respective divisions.
In the mighty mite division, Harriman will again take on Oliver Springs in the Gold Bowl. Kingston will play Spring City in the Silver Bowl while Midway faces Rockwood in the mighty mite Bronze Bowl.
Harriman also rolled past Oliver Springs last Saturday in the cricket division and will play Spring City in the cricket Gold Bowl. Kingston and Oliver Springs will square off in the Silver Bowl while Midway and Rockwood will play in the cricket Bronze Bowl.
The second unbeaten team, the Oliver Springs hoppers, will face Kingston in the hopper Gold Bowl. The Silver Bowl will see Midway and Spring City face off. The hopper Bronze Bowl will feature Harriman vs. Rockwood.
The third unbeaten team in the league are the Spring City Red Dog cutters. They will play Oliver Springs in the cutter Gold Bowl. Kingston and Midway will play in the Silver Bowl while Harriman and Rockwood will play in the cutter Bronze Bowl.
The championship games are set to be played in Oliver Springs and Harriman. Specific times and places for each game will be announced next week.