Cade Walker threw for two touchdowns and ran in another and the Page football team ran over Columbia Central Friday in a Region 5-5A contest.
Brentwood junior quarterback Cade Granzow accounted for over 300 yards of offense and had a hand in all four of his team’s touchdown as the Bruins (7-1, 4-0) locked up the Region 6-6A football title with a 33-7 win at rival Franklin (3-5, 1-3) Friday night.
Another cross-county matchup between Rutherford and Williamson counties featured the Middle Tennessee Christian School Cougars from Murfreesboro taking on the Grace Christian Academy Lions of the Leiper’s Fork area Friday night.
The Franklin Police Department and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who damaged eight storybook signs in Pinkerton Park.
The Battle of Franklin Trust, along with the city of Franklin, hosted a public unveiling Thursday of five historic markers to begin telling the “Fuller Story” at the Public Square in historic downtown Franklin.
Sophomore standout Caroline Betts was the difference maker on offense for Christ Presbyterian Academy, while junior goalkeeper Mary Carter Logan stopped everything that came her way Thursday in the Division II-A Middle Region soccer semifinals in Franklin.
The Battle Ground Academy football team ended a three-game slide in dominating fashion Thursday in Franklin. The Wildcats blasted visiting Lincoln County 48-0 in an early start to Week 9 by racking up 401 yards of offense while yielding just 39 yards.
Franklin resident Teresa Walker of the Associated Press has been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Hall of Fame, the first female writer ever honored.
The numbers for this year’s Franklin’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen elections are nothing if not consistent, remaining well below 2017’s municipal election turnout every day of early voting so far.
Nolensville sophomore Avery Young and Page senior Cade Walker were named this week’s Gateway Tire Female and Male Athletes of the Week for the week of Oct. 7-13.
The Grace Christian Academy, Christ Presbyterian Academy and Battle Ground Academy girls soccer teams all advanced to the Division II-A Middle Region semifinals with wins Tuesday. Both semifinal matches will be played Thursday at BGA in Franklin.
With one more spectacular diving save, Page senior Sydney Weinstein ended another wild match between the Lady Patriots and Nolensville on the pitch Tuesday.
Franklin golfers Jackson Wilcox and Sophia Dipaolo lead Williamson County participants after the opening round of the TSSAA Large Class State Golf Tournament in Manchester Tuesday. The Rebel boys also are tied for first in the team standings.
With the Franklin at-large alderman and mayoral election looming next week, candidates have filed their final campaign finance reports.
Eliza Paisley and Margaret DeFranco each scored twice and the Franklin Lady Rebels advanced to the District 12-AAA tournament semifinals with a 6-0 shutout of crosstown foe Centennial Monday.
Celebration of Nations faced some changes and challenges this year, but board members of the Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County are pleased with the event and are hopeful that next year will bring in larger crowds.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Tennessee Titans and The Daily Alliance will award $10,000 to Freedom Middle School in Franklin as part of the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Hometown Grant.
Senior quarterback Cade Walker ran in two touchdowns and tossed for another to lead the Page football team past Centennial in a non-region crosstown contest Thursday.
The Franklin Parks Department was recently given two awards at the International Festivals and Events Association Convention, Expo and Retreat.
The Williamson County Election Commission is reminding voters that one week remains to vote early for the upcoming Oct. 22 Franklin municipal election.