With the postseason looming, the Fairview wrestling team picked up three wins Tuesday at Nolensville, including taking down Class A-AA rival and host Knights as well as Class AAA Brentwood.
Frances Burke Stevens, age 106 of Nolensville, Tenn, passed away Jan. 21, 2020. She was preceded in death by husband, George Stevens. She is survived by several loving nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, at 2:30 p.m. at Nolensville Cemetery, b…
Several District 12-AAA standouts and a pair of Nolensville players highlighted Williamson County’s representation in the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State teams, released Tuesday.
The revived Franklin Rebel Invitational wrestling tournament made its return to Franklin High School over the weekend and featured more than two dozen schools in a boys and girls showcase.
From Grace Christian Academy’s amazing state soccer championship highlighted by the play of cancer survivor Carson Anderson to Jackson Clevenger’s repeat title at the state wrestling tournament for Fairview and even following Franklin great Garrison Mathews all the way to the NIT championshi…
Jailyn Banks poured in 28 points and the Independence girls basketball team kicked off the New Year by staying unbeaten in District 11-AAA play with a 66-43 win at Franklin on Friday.
George Engles Jones, age 77, of Triune, Tenn. passed away suddenly Saturday Dec. 21, 2019. George was born in Williamson County to the late Bernard Jones and Helen Engles Jones. He was a 1960 graduate of Franklin High School and attended MTSU. George was a retired Commodity Broker, member of…
The 2019 Williamson County Swim Championships were held at the Brentwood Indoor Complex on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Full results from the meet can be found by clicking here.
The Franklin High School wrestling team picked up a couple wins in a double dual at Summit Tuesday heading into a big night Thursday at home.
The Franklin High School basketball teams earned a split at Hillsboro on Tuesday in Nashville.
Before the 2019 football season began, Tim Coutras wanted to establish a lasting legacy at Nolensville High School, Williamson County’s youngest school.
Despite ending the first half in a flurry, the Nolensville football team’s hopes of playing for their first state championship slipped away in the second half at Elizabethton Friday in the Class 4A semifinals.
The Nolensville football team opened the season with eight straight wins before ending the regular season with back-to-back losses. Knights coach Paul Derrick called the setbacks “a wakeup call.”
The Ravenwood boys basketball team outscored Nolensville 19-10 in the fourth quarter to gain some separation in a tight contest at Nolensville High School on Tuesday.
Nolensville senior Tim Coutras in Class 4A and Battle Ground Academy senior Nick Semptimphelter in Division II-AA are among the finalists for the Mr. Football Awards. Williamson County also has a pair of representatives – Luke Akers of Ravenwood and Paxton Perry of Brentwood Academy – in the…
Both the Nolensville and DeKalb County football teams are in new territory in the TSSAA Class 4A playoffs and one team will continue to push further than ever before with a state semifinal berth up for grabs Friday.