The Commanders of Coach John McNeal have the luxury of sitting back as a Number 1 seed in their quad and watching the Nov. 2 first round game between No. 5 Cascade (6-4) and No. 4 Watertown (7-3) at Watertown's Robinson Stadium. The Cascade - Watertown winner will play at Friendship's Pirtle Field on Nov. 9.
The lower part of the bracket finds 2-seeded Marion County (8-2) getting the bye as 6-seeded Jackson County (5-5) visits No. 3 seed Trousdale County (7-3) in a first round game.
In Class 6A bracket finds 9-1 Mt. Juliet as a strong No. 4 seed hosting No. 5 seeded Independence High (6-4) out of Williamson County Friday, Nov 2.
The MJ - Independence winner will advance to take on the winner of No. 1 seeded Dickson County (10-0) and No. 8 seed McGavock (5-5) on Nov. 9.
The Mt. Juliet vs. Independence game will be broadcast live on Lebanon's WANT FM-98.9 beginning with a 6:30 p.m. pregam show.
Wilson Central, with a record of 8-2, was seeded No. 7 in this quad and will play at No. 2-seeded Brentwood High (9-1) Friday night. The winner of the WC - Brentwood game will play either Arlington (8-2) or Nashville Overton (6-4) Friday, Nov. 9.
The Wildcats will be making their first playoff appearance since the 2008 season.