(RUTHERFORD COUNTY) – Rutherford County is once again set to host Spring Fling, Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s (TSSAA) unique spring sports event where state championships are decided in five different sports over a four-day period - Tuesday, May 23 through Friday, May 26, 2023.
"Spring Fling in Rutherford County is more than just a competition. The games bring the community together while creating a sense of unity and pride,” said Barbara Wolke, senior vice president of the Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Not only does this event provide an economic boost to our local economy, it also provides an opportunity for athletes, coaches and families to create memories that will last a lifetime."
Tickets are on sale now through GoFan. A ticket is good for an entire day at any Spring Fling venue and is $12 each if purchased in advance online through GoFan - $15 if purchased with cash at the gate, and parking is $5/day. Complete schedules for each sport are available at TSSAAsports.com/springfling.
A live radio broadcast, Spring Fling HQ, will originate from the TSSAA media headquarters Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday featuring real-time updates and reports from all sport championships and can be heard at TSSAAsports.com or locally on Murfreesboro’s WGNS Radio (1450 AM, 101.9 FM, 100.5 FM). Plus, WGNS will have coverage of local baseball and softball games throughout the week.
The championships for the five sports that comprise Spring Fling will be conducted at multiple venues in and around Murfreesboro. The boys’ soccer tournaments will be conducted at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex, softball will take place at McKnight/Star Plex Fields, tennis will be held at the Adams Tennis Complex at Old Fort Park, and track and field meets will be conducted at Middle Tennessee State University's (MTSU) Hayes Stadium. Baseball will be held at 10 area high schools as well as MTSU’s Reese Smith Jr. Field.
For more information, call TSSAA at (615) 889-6740 or visit www.tssaa.org.