6 Cares High School Football Challenge
The schools are paired up with rivals and given one week to collect canned goods and raise cash. The winner receives $500. The runner-up school gets $250.
Of course, the big winners are about 155,000 hungry East Tennesseans who are helped every month by Second Harvest Food Bank.
The 6 Cares High School Football Challenge is sponsored by WATE 6, Kroger Co., DIY Network, and Star 102.1fm.
Aug. 30 - Maryville at Alcoa
Sept. 6 - Stone Memorial at Cumberland Co
Sept. 13 - Gibbs at Clinton
Sept. 20 - William Blount at Heritage
Oct. 4 - Seymour at South Doyle
Oct. 11 - Halls at Powell
Oct. 24 (Thurs) - Catholic at Webb
Oct. 25 - Carter at Grainger Co.
Oct. 31 (Thurs) - Anderson County at Oak Ridge