Another pair of week two high school football games have fallen victim to the latest surge of COVID-19.
Moore County’s trip to Bledsoe County has been cancled due to COVID-19 issues within the Warriors program. The game is not set to be made up and the Raiders do not plan to seek an alternate opponent for Friday.
Their region rival Huntland is also with out a game for Friday after Whitwell was forced to cancel their scheduled meeting with the Hornets due to Covid issues within the Tiger program. Huntland is working to find a new opponent for Friday.
As of Tuesday night 14 games across the state have been have been cancled due to COVID-19:
Bledsoe Co-Moore County
Megis County-Kings Academy
Jackon County-York Institue
Daniel Boone-West Ridge
Lake County-Obion County
Warren County-White County
Oibion County has agreed to a replacement game at Camden
Per TSSAA guidelines Schools must first try to make up canceled games. If they can’t, the opposing team will receive a win for seeding purposes. The forfeiting team will not receive a loss. In football, if the visiting team this year forfeits due to COVID it will serve as the visiting team again with the opposing school next year.