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January 20, 2023

Sanders, Metro Nashville administrator, honored for distinguished service

Former teacher and coach has reinvested in the youth of his hometown since 1984

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January 19, 2023

TSSAA Council votes to sanction Lacrosse for the 2024-25 school year

Minor change to Amateur Rule penalty also put in place

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January 17, 2023

Legislative Council to have special called meeting on Thursday, January 19

Council will discuss the proposed sanctioning of boys and girls lacrosse

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2023-2025 Classification

District and region alignments for 2023-2025 have been published to the TSSAA website. The Board of Control will hear appeals and finalize the alignments at its November 17 meeting in Murfreesboro.

What is the TSSAA?

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is a voluntary, nonprofit, self-supported organization of secondary schools, conceived and led by school people (teachers, principals, superintendents) for the purpose of stimulating and regulating the athletic relations of the secondary schools in Tennessee. Recognizing that the primary objective of all secondary schools is to educate youth, the TSSAA aims to coordinate the athletic and scholastic programs.