Undefeated Battle Ground Academy, the state’s top-ranked Division II-AA team according to the latest Associated Press poll, grabbed a share of Middle Region lead with a 42-7 blowout of Goodpasture Friday night at Guffee-Brown Stadium.
Franklin scored 17 unanswered points in the first quarter, spread evenly between offense, defense and special teams, on the way to a 34-15 victory over Siegel on the road to open the 2019 campaign.
It’s been years since Jamesetta Cleveland figured out the best way to purchase cleats and pads for her son, Ronald. She still remembers being overwhelmed by all the equipment for him to play football.
Several hundred men, women and children braved the heat Monday morning and filled Veterans Park at Five Points to recognize, remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
The faces change every year, but the excitement of recognizing student athletes never gets old for John Maher, whose business, John Maher Builders, has sponsored a countywide scholar-athlete program for 13 years.
Williamson County’s end of year coaching carousel continued to turn this week with the resignation of softball coaches Dawn Hale at Page and Lindsey Consiglio at Franklin.
Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is actively recruiting for volunteers in the Williamson County area.
Seven weeks ago, Centennial’s Dusty Williams drove a dagger into Franklin’s bid for an undefeated district season with a last-minute layup for a 63-61 Cougar win. Friday night he had the chance to do it again, but his desperation throw bounced away as the Rebels avenged their only district l…
Sophomore Ellie Colson scored five of her team-leading 13 points in overtime, including a pressure-packed free throw with 4.1 seconds on the clock, to give Summit (12-6, 8-3 District 11-AAA) a 54-52 victory over Brentwood (14-6, 8-4 District 11-AAA), securing third place in the district for …
When Nolensville girls’ basketball coach Chris Ladd was asked how upsetting the top team in Class AA in the state and previously unbeaten East Nashville Saturday night, he couldn’t contain the smile on his face.
The Middle Tennessee Invitational Tournament returned to Franklin High School Thursday, 60 years after the first one. The “new” tourney got its first classic game Friday night when East Nashville earned a spot in the championship game by edging the host Rebels 71-70 in overtime.
Stratford survived to beat West Creek and Cane Ridge handled Nolensville as both advanced to the semifinal round of the men’s bracket at the Middle Tennessee Invitational Tournament at Franklin High School. They will be joined on the other side of the bracket by host Franklin and East Nashville.
Franklin will face Nolensville and East Nashville takes on Rossview Friday in the girls semifinals of the Middle Tennessee Invitational Tournament at Franklin High School. The four teams all won their opening games on Thursday.
Delaney Trushel had a near perfect night, dropping in 21-points on seven-of-10 shooting, including five-of-seven from behind the arc, as Brentwood stopped Franklin 49-43 to grab a share of the early lead in District 11-AAA.
In 1864, the battle in the trenches thrown up around the south side of Franklin crossing Columbia Pike, and a strong defensive strategy were the deciding points in the best known "Battle of Franklin." More than 150 years later, and a little further up on Hillsboro Road, the same two factors …