Principals and administrators of 428 secondary schools across the state of Tennessee are the foundation of the TSSAA and plot the direction of the member schools' educational athletic programs at both the state and local levels.
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Losing control means losing the respect of others

The purpose of high school athletics is to build confident and strong young men and women. Athletics is a powerful metaphor for life. If we as coaches are not seeking to have self-control in how we teach and we are not developing young people that can control their emotions then we are doing a disservice to all. Good sportsmanship and self-control helps develop championship programs and communities we can all be proud of.

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November 25, 2020

With legendary coach sidelined, Brentwood volleyball perseveres

TSSAA Hall-of-Famer Campbell sets team up for success in her absence

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November 23, 2020

State finalists to be decided as playoffs draw to a close

BlueCross Bowl football championships to be held Dec. 3-5

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November 18, 2020

Sixty teams look to advance as playoffs continue this weekend

Three BlueCross Bowl matchups to be decided Friday

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November 17, 2020

2020 finalists for the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards announced

Winners to be unveiled at luncheon on December 8

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November 12, 2020

Board of Control holds November meeting at Siegel High School

Appeals heard from schools regarding district and region alignments for next classification cycle

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