2020 Tennessee high school football playoff scores – Quarterfinals & Semifinals

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Below you can see quarterfinal high school football scores from the quarterfinal round of the 2020 Tennessee Division I playoffs. The Division II championship games are set and you can see the state semifinal scores.

Tennessee High School Football Scores

November 20, 2020

Division I

Class 6A

Maryville 35, Dobyns-Bennett 28

Oakland 39, Riverdale 14

Brentwood 55, Franklin 34

Bartlett 35, Collierville 7

Class 5A

South-Doyle 21, Knoxville Central 14

Oak Ridge 31, Knoxville West 28

Summit 36, Beech 29

Henry Co. 39, Clarksville Northeast 7

Class 4A

Elizabethton 24, Greeneville 20

Nolensville 15, Tullahoma 14

Lexington 21, Hardin Co. 20

Haywood 17, Ripley 3

Class 3A

Alcoa 49, Gatlinburg-Pittman 13

Red Bank 24, Loudon 14

Pearl-Cohn 49, Stewart Co. 27

Milan 41, South Gibson 14

Class 2A

Meigs Co. 42, South Greene 14

Trousdale Co. 21, Watertown 13

Waverly 14, Riverside 0

Peabody 17, McKenzie 10

Class 1A

Coalfield 36, Oliver Springs 0

South Pittsburg 37, Gordonsville 7

Fayetteville 38, Moore Co. 29

Lake Co. 42, West Carroll 8

Division II


McCallie 28, Brentwood Academy 18

MUS 49, MBA 42


Lipscomb Academy 56, ECS 13

CPA 58, Goodpasture 22


USJ 33, DCA 17

Davidson Academy 33, Nashville Christian 14

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