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published on 09/04/2007

High School Ultimate League


For the 3rd consecutive fall the Chattanooga Flying Disc Club will host a High School Ultimate League. What started with 6 teams in the fall of 2005 has grown to include more than 10 schools in the Greater Chattanooga area. Teams participating in the league have gone on to compete at the state and national level.

Men and women both get the opportunity to compete in the Coed League that runs for 10 weeks starting the week of September 10th. The season will culminate in an End of Season Tournament. Most games will be played at the BLVD Park Fields, but for the first time all teams will have the opportunity to host games. Hopefully this will further promote Ultimate at the schools.

While Mccallie and Baylor hope to continue their run of league championships, they challenged by an experienced Ooletwah team, a hard running Red Bank squad, and a disciplined Lakewood/Fort Oglethorpe team. Wild cards include Notre Dame, Soddy Daisy and a spirted Hixson team.

If you are interested in helping with the league, coaching a team, or finding a way to introduce ultimate to a high school in the area that doesn't currently have a team, please contact the CFDC via email at .

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