Three weeks of high school football are in the books! Take a look at the 168 games on the schedule for Week 4.

Week 3 featured the first region matchups for many schools. Week 4 features most schools venturing outside their region for games, as only 11 games feature region vs. region opponents. Seven teams this week will face opponents that are not members of TSSAA. Fifteen games during Week 4 will not be played on Friday night and only seven games feature non-member opponents

This summer, the TSSAA Board of Control voted to return to the traditional handling of forfeitures and cancellations for the 2022 season. Any contest unable to be played will be considered a “no-contest” for both schools.

The full scoreboard and schedules can be found at

NFHS Network Games

Schools will be broadcasting more games this week on the NFHS Network than ever before. Nearly 70 football games will be carried live on the NFHS Network this week. With an NFHS Network subscription you can watch any and all games for one low monthly or annual fee. The games (with links to the broadcast) are:

Antioch vs. Centennial (Thu)
Bradley Central vs. McMinn County (Thu)
Cumberland County vs. Lenoir City (Thu)
Independence vs. Pope John Paul II Preparatory School (Thu)
Springfield vs. Wilson Central (Thu)
Alcoa vs. Maryville
Alcoa vs. Maryville
Anderson Co. vs. Rhea County
Austin-East vs. Scott
Bartlett vs. Lausanne Collegiate School
Boyd Buchanan School vs. The Howard School
Brentwood vs. Henry County
Camden Central vs. McEwen
Carter vs. Walker Valley
Christian Academy of Knoxville vs. Goodpasture Christian School
Clarksville vs. Dickson Christian
Coffee County Central vs. Page
Columbia Academy vs. Franklin Road Academy
Copper Basin vs. North Cobb Christian School (GA)
Cosby vs. Red Boiling Springs School
Daniel Boone vs. Elizabethton
David Crockett vs. Dobyns Bennett
Davidson Academy vs. Hunters Lane
DeSoto Central (MS) vs. Briarcrest Christian School
Decatur County Riverside vs. Huntingdon
Donelson Christian vs. White House Heritage
Dresden vs. Gibson County
Dyer County vs. Trezevant
Eagleville vs. Gordonsville
Fayetteville vs. Upperman
Forrest vs. Moore County
Franklin vs. Stewarts Creek
Gallatin vs. Station Camp
Grace Christian vs. The King's Academy
Greenback School vs. Webb School of Knoxville
Greeneville vs. Morristown-Hamblen West
Harpeth vs. Sycamore
Harriman vs. Sale Creek
Haywood vs. Lexington
Hillsboro vs. East Nashville Magnet
Hillwood vs. Montgomery Central
Jackson County vs. Sequatchie County
Jefferson County vs. Knoxville Halls
John Overton vs. Maplewood
Kenwood vs. West Creek
Lincoln County vs. Rockvale
Macon County vs. Trousdale County
Marked Tree (AR) vs. Jackson Central-Merry
Marshall County vs. Tullahoma
McGavock vs. Stratford STEM Magnet School
McKenzie vs. Obion County Central
Memphis University School vs. Raleigh Egypt
Middle Tennessee Christian School vs. Mt. Juliet Christian
Midway vs. Tellico Plains
Mt. Pleasant vs. Zion Christian
Nolensville vs. Liberty Creek
Northeast vs. Rossview
Northpoint Christian School (MS) vs. Middle College
Northwest vs. Whites Creek
Oakdale School vs. Wartburg Central
Oakland vs. Ravenwood
Portland vs. White House
Red Bank vs. Soddy-Daisy
Roane County vs. Rockwood
Smith County vs. Westmoreland
South Fulton vs. West Carroll
St. Benedict at Auburndale vs. St. George's Independent School
Unaka vs. Twin Springs (VA)

This week, over 400 contests are set to be broadcast by schools across the state on the NFHS Network, including dozens of soccer and volleyball matches, as well as numerous Junior Varsity and Middle School contests. For a list of all Tennessee events this week on the Network, go to Your subscription to the NFHS Network sends money back to the schools and helps to cover the costs of offering the service.

Watching the games is easy, whether it's on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Download the NFHS Network app from Google Play or the iTunes App Store and take the live coverage with you wherever you go.