Former Franklin Rebel and current University of Missouri senior punter Corey Fatony has been named a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation’s 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy.
Former Franklin Lady Rebel and current BYU softball player Libby Sugg was awarded the Female Collegiate Athlete of the Year award from the MS Society at the Dinner of Champions at Rice Eccles Stadium on Wednesday night in Salt Lake City.
Tractor Supply Company has begun construction on a retail store in the space that was formerly Grassland Foodland before it closed in January.
Current Grassland Middle School 8th-grader Caleb Anderson won gold when his Southeast team defeated Northern California 7-2 in the 14U Champions Cup Championship game at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. over the weekend.
The award-winning Williamson Herald High School Football Media Guide will be released Thursday with the Aug. 16 edition of the newspaper.
Schools in the Williamson County Schools system opened their doors Friday for the start of the 2018-19 school year. Some 40,500 students made their way to 48 schools across the county for a half-day start, and they'll get into the full swing of things Monday. The Williamson Herald traveled t…
Battle Ground Academy (BGA) has named John Millard as head coach of the boys soccer team. Millard replaces Rob Mitchell, who stepped down after 20 years to focus on his administrative roles at BGA.
Franklin resident Eric Wilson dominated the deadlift portion of the powerlifting competition at the Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle Monday, posting a personal best 303-pounds, propelling him to the Gold Medal in the overall competition.
Chairman of the Williamson County Board of Commissioners Jack Walton Jr., 8th District, passed away Sunday after an illness, leaving a decades-long legacy of kindness, level-headed leadership and service to his community.
Brentwood (32-7) beat Beech (35-10) 6-2 Saturday afternoon at Granny White Park to advance to the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association state championship for a second year in a row in a six-and-a-half inning battle.
Brentwood sophomore Jett Kinder cruised to the state title in the Decathlon, winning four of the 10 individual events. Teammate Garrett Lee finished fourth overall, winning the 1500-meter run in the process.
Overton’s Adrian Gomino slipped through on a fast break and scored the only goal of the game in the 77th minute Thursday night to give the Bobcats (15-1-2) and Metro its first Region 6-AAA soccer title in a decade with a 1-0 win over Brentwood (12-5-2).
The Brentwood bats exploded in the first inning Wednesday, notching seven runs in the stanza that ended with a 10-0 blitz of Summit in five innings as the Lady Bruins captured the Region 6-AAA Regional softball title at home in Granny White Park.
Hannah Koenig threw less than 45 pitches, striking out eight, walking none and giving up only one hit as Brentwood ended Hillsboro’s season 12-0 in just five innings Tuesday afternoon at Granny White Park in the Region 6-AAA semifinals.
The public is invited to the 50th Anniversary celebration of Berry’s Chapel Preschool, a ministry of Berry’s Chapel Church of Christ, on Sunday, May 6, from 3-5 p.m. at the school located at 1777 Berry’s Chapel Rd. and Hillsboro Road. The event will celebrate the beginning of what has becom…
Ravenwood and Page both have unusual home softball games Saturday, and there is much more involved than just an athletic event.
To say Brentwood’s Elisabeth Laviolette looked a little like Pekka Rinne Tuesday night in securing the Lady Bruins’ 5-4 win at Summit might be stretching it just a little bit.
The Golden Tickets have been handed out and the 2017-18 WILLCO Finalists have been named. The finalists for the annual red carpet event celebrating Williamson County Schools student-athletes was released Wednesday afternoon.
This year’s Trophy House/Gateway Tire High School Williamson County Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year is Reese Glover of Franklin High School.
A bases loaded bunt in the top of the last inning scored the winning run for Brentwood in a 2-1 victory over Creek Wood, leaving the Lady Bruins undefeated in opening day play at the Raptor Classic at Crockett Park.
After going 2-3 in the first two weeks of April, some thought the Lady Bruins of Brentwood (14-6, 4-0 District 11-AAA) might be heading for a bit of a mid-season slump.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins (13-6, 4-0 District 11-AAA) kept an undefeated district record with a 6-2 win over Independence (10-5, 4-2) Tuesday afternoon at Granny White Park in Brentwood.