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MURFREESBORO – Balance has been one of the biggest strengths for the Nolensville High School volleyball team all season and that’s proved tough for the first two Class AA state tournament opponents to handle.
Three Williamson County volleyball teams will compete on the state stage this week in Murfreesboro, including defending champions Brentwood and Nolensville.
NOLENSVILLE – The defending Class AA volleyball champions, the Nolensville girls, continued their postseason push Tuesday by claiming another Region 5-AA crown.
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.
Williamson County had a handful of runners place in the Jesse Owens Classic in Alabama over the weekend, led by Page High School’s Leigh Walters.
Coming off a Division II-A Middle Region District 3 championship for a second consecutive season, the Battle Ground Academy volleyball team continued it’s postseason run by reaching the regional semifinals with a sweep of Donelson Christian Academy Monday night.
The Nolensville Historical Society is hosting a week-long online auction to raise funds for Nolensville’s Historic Morton-Brittain House.
The Nolensville High School volleyball team stretched their District 9-AA win streak over the past two seasons to 26 consecutive matches after a sweep of Murfreesboro Central Magnet Thursday.
For the past several years the state’s top volleyball teams and those from surrounding states have descended upon Franklin for a massive tournament at the TOA Sports Performance Center, formerly known as the A-Game Sportsplex.
The results are in for the Nolensville special municipal election, and the town will have some new faces within its newly structured government leadership.
Nolensville High School senior Charley Fulton and Brentwood High School senior Cade Granzow were named the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 13.
Due to the Nolensville Recreation Center being flooded over the weekend, the Williamson County Election Commission has made the decision to relocate the Election Day polling place for the Sept. 15 Nolensville special municipal election to Nolensville Town Hall, located at 7218 Nolensville Rd.
The Franklin High School volleyball team posted a four-set win at Centennial on Tuesday night.
Chalk up the high school football battle between Christ Presbyterian Academy and Independence in Thompson's Station as one more 2020 victim. After extensive lightning in the Midstate delayed the start of the contest for more than an hour-and-a-half, officials decided to pull the plug completely.
After three decades of service on the Williamson County Schools Board of Education and 11 years as chairman, Gary Anderson closed his final meeting with the bang of the gavel Aug. 17. He will continue to be celebrated for his service on Aug. 24, Gary B. Anderson Day in Williamson County.
The Brentwood High School volleyball team continued its distant rivalry with Siegel Thursday and posted a four-game win, 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 25-8 against the visiting Lady Stars.
The Ravenwood football team crosses Interstate 65 to head to Centennial to open a season of uncertainty Friday in Week 1. After six consecutive meetings being determined by less than a touchdown, the Raptors ran away in the Region 6-6A rivalry matchup with the visiting Cougars in 2019.