White Station vs. Oak Ridge
Dobyns Bennett vs. Red Bank
Antioch vs. Siegel
Clarksville vs. Ridgeway
Coach: Jesus Pitino
Youth prevails as the Spartans squad is dominated by sophomores and freshman. The lead dog is Joe "The Real Thing" Jackson. The special sophomore is playing well and wanting to get his gold ball at an early age. The return of Hall is spectacular timing and the big junior is shaking off the rust and ready to make an impact at state.
Coach: Ricky Norris
The Cats have only tasted defeat on two occassions and are on the proverbial role. Dowdell leads the scoring but Stephens is the heartbeat. The precocious senior makes it all go round and will be asked to run this ship and guard the phenom Jackson, he is up for the challenge I can promise you.
Coach: Charlie Morgan
Size gives the Indians a chance to score a couple victories at state. Edwards and Falck go 6-6 and 6-8 and their guards are good players. Depth is plentiful.
Coach: John Cherne
Tough and athletic led by two football signees in Benford and McDuffie, the Lions have something to prove at the Murphy Center.
Coach: Jim Nollner
The consensus is no one wants to play Antioch right now. The Bears are rolling led by three big insiders in Wells, Clarke and Big Mac. Upton is a scoring machine and ist year headman Nollner has plenty of depth at his disposal.
Coach: Chris Harris
Back to the familiar haunting for the Stars who made this trip their annual right of passage a few years back. Cutter is the leader and has played very well as the season has closed down. The Siegel Sophomore Triad of Hammonds, Gooch and Levon Tate are seasoned players and will fear nothing.
Coach: Ted Young
Mr. Basketball candidate Tyrone Caldwell is the guts and glory for this squad. His supporting cast has tasted state action last season and looks forward to another run.
Coach: Wes Henning
No nonsense has been the Roadrunner approach since district action commenced. Jones and Carter will be highlight film material and Downey makes everything go for the Memphis crew.