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SPRING HILL – Coming off a setback at Franklin High School on Tuesday, the Ravenwood baseball team ignited at the plate to blast Summit Thursday night on the road.
FRANKLIN – It might not have been the best showing for the Franklin High School boys soccer team Tuesday night, but the Admirals will take it, especially in the always tough District 11-AAA.
BRENTWOOD – For the first time in six years the Ravenwood High School softball team picked up a season sweep against archival Brentwood in the Battle of the Woods series.
FRANKLIN – AJ Russell set the tone on the mound and the Franklin High School baseball team rallied behind their ace to produce one of their best showings yet – a breakthrough outing that halted Ravenwood’s win streak at 11 games on Tuesday.
Early voting begins Wednesday for Brentwood residents, and registered voters are tasked at choosing three of their preferred candidates for the Brentwood Board of Commissioners out of four.
The Page High School softball team plated four runs in the top of the third and went on to pick up a 8-4 District 11-AAA road win at Centennial in Franklin Monday.
FRANKLIN — With 24 games being played in the span of about seven hours, the opening day of the Raptor Classic felt a lot like the state tournament.
The award-winning Franklin Band will once again host its annual Car Wash Extravaganza on Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Franklin High School.
The newly formed League of Women Voters of Williamson County on Tuesday hosted a conversation with Brentwood City Commission candidates.
BRENTWOOD – After five years as an assistant coach at Brentwood High School, Marcel Williams has been handed the reins to lead the Lady Bruins basketball team.
Will Tobin tossed a no-hitter Tuesday and the Independence High School baseball team posted a 1-0 District 11-AAA win over Dickson County in Thompson’s Station.
Brentwood High School senior Hollan Powers and Nolensville sophomore Ethan McElvain were tabbed the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 4.
The Brentwood High School boys soccer team raced past Summit 7-0 on Tuesday in District 11-AAA action on the pitch. Ollie Joyner paced the Bruins with three goals and two assists, while Logan Stegall earned the shutout in goal.
Shelby Buffington allowed just one hit over four innings and Josey Polk led the Page High School softball team at the plate on Friday at Nolensville High School during the Brentwood Invitational.
Seniors Casey Gooden of Ravenwood High School and Alex Ables of Centennial have been selected as the latest John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes for the 2020-21 school year.
While Brentwood City Commissioner Susannah Macmillan didn’t have flooding in her home, which is in the back part of the Wildwood subdivision, she knew that neighbors living along nearby Harpeth River Drive would be impacted by rising waters from the weekend’s heavy rains.