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LEIPER’S FORK – The Grace Christian Academy baseball team advanced out of the first round of the Division II-A Middle Region tournament with a 9-2 win against Davidson Academy Friday at The Clyde in Leiper’s Fork.
Page High School senior Josey Polk and Grace Christian Academy sophomore Jordan Carter were both selected as the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week.
NASHVILLE – A trio of Williamson County distance runners bested their top marks Tuesday at the Great Eight Invitational at Harpeth Hall.
Ethan McElvain tossed a no-hitter and the Nolensville High School baseball team shutout Giles County on the road Tuesday.
The Grace Christian Academy baseball team continued to roll by picking up its 12 consecutive win Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy in Nashville.
Grace Christian Academy will bring a classic to the stage when the high school fine arts program will present “Fiddler on the Roof,” running April 29-May 1 at the GCA gymnasium in Leiper’s Fork.
LEIPER’S FORK – After rallying for a win Monday, the Grace Christian Academy baseball team stunned and swept Battle Ground Academy with a 10-0 victory in 4 1/2 innings – spurred by back-to-back five-run innings – on Tuesday.
A five-run fourth inning was enough for the Summit High School baseball team to pick up the District 11-AAA sweep of Franklin Tuesday in Spring Hill.
FRANKLIN – The last time Franklin High School hosted Grace Christian Academy of nearby Leiper’s Fork, it was for the 2020 season opener and the match didn’t disappoint despite the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic quickly closing in and ultimately eliminating the rest of the spring sports season.
The TSSAA State Wrestling Championship scheduled for later this week in Chattanooga has been postponed until next week due to the ongoing rugged weather conditions plaguing most of the state and region.
Thought for the week: The best rule for making and keeping friends is, not surprisingly, the golden rule. To have good friends, be a good friend.
The Franklin High School girls basketball team shut down visiting Independence in the second quarter and went on to claim a 55-25 District 11-AAA win Tuesday in Franklin.
The Page High School boys basketball collected a second District 11-AAA win this week with a 58-50 victory over visiting Independence on Friday.
Anyone looking for last-minute Christmas meal additions are in luck, as numerous area restaurants and bakeries will be open for a limited time today — yes, on Christmas Eve.
Thought for the week: Throughout this day, pause and say silent prayers of thanks. When you do, you’ll discover that a grateful heart reaps countless blessings that a hardened heart will never know.
Can it really be November? With unseasonably high temperatures, a presidential election and the ongoing COVID-19 situation, there has been plenty to help us lose track of time this year.
The Williamson County area will feature 10 teams playing in first round playoff games on Friday with Brentwood Academy and Father Ryan set to open the postseason next week as well.
The Brentwood Academy football team weathered a lightning delay Friday and survived a tough battle at Ensworth to officially lock up the top seed in the Division II-AAA East Region.
American Picker Mike Wolfe is joining leaders from 13 rural Middle Tennessee and Northwest Alabama communities to launch a new regional movement dubbed “Nashville’s Big Back Yard.”
While seven area high school football games are on the schedule for this week, as the past few weeks have indicated, all that can change quickly.
For the first time since 2007, the Father Ryan football team defeated Ensworth to post a Division II-AAA East Region win