By Jerry Richmond, Sports Staff Writer

The 31st annual Tobacco Bowl Jamboree is set for Friday, Aug. 16 and three high school football teams are scheduled for some football competition on the Creekbank.

Station Camp and Trousdale County will play a freshmen game at 6 p.m., followed by a contest between Clay County’s varsity and Station Camp’s junior varsity around 7:15 p.m.

At 8:30, the 1998 Trousdale County team that won the Class 1A state championship will be recognized. Current Jackets assistant coach Corey Timberlake was part of that squad, which defeated the University School of Jackson 63-18 in the Clinic Bowl.

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Trousdale County’s Mason Basford (70) tackles a ballcarrier during summer workouts.

Station Camp and Trousdale County will conclude the jamboree with two quarters of exhibition play that will start around 9 p.m.

“We are looking for a good turnout to finish our preseason scrimmages,” said coach Blake Satterfield. “Playing Lake County, Livingston Academy and Upperman before our jamboree will provide a great opportunity for our guys to get quality work.

“Please come out and support us for a great night at the 2019 Tobacco Bowl Jamboree.”

The Yellow Jackets will scrimmage on Friday against Lake County at Austin Peay, then at home against Livingston Academy on Tuesday.

JSMS: The JSMS Jr. Jackets will kick off the 2019 season on Thursday, Aug. 8 with a 6:30 p.m. home matchup against Smith County.