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.
Jordan Smith ran for two touchdowns, Ross Johnston caught a pair, Brian Garcia threw for 189 yards and Bryan Rice had three-and-a-half tackles for a loss as Ravenwood buried previously unbeaten Houston 42-21 to earn a spot in the BlueCross Bowl next Saturday night for the TSSAA Class 6A stat…
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.
First Citizens National Bank has provided financial services for 130 years with a total of 26 financial centers across the state and serving 11 counties.
Just over two months since its opening, Cryo and Contour, the first health restoration and weight loss clinic of its kind in Williamson County, is going strong with its sights set on fitness partnerships as it continues to grow its customer base.
The second week of the Division I TSSAA High School playoffs includes two all-Williamson County contests when Independence visits Brentwood in a Class 6A showdown and Summit heads to Page in a Class 5A matchup.
This year’s annual veterans breakfast, hosted by the Williamson County Republican Party, was the largest yet, with nearly 200 veterans and family members attending the event at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.
Franklin’s 19th annual Veterans Day parade was, unofficially, the city’s largest parade to date thanks in part to Monday’s warm temperatures and overcast skies, which held off a looming front that brought with it snowfall and frigid conditions.
The TSSAA Girls State Soccer Championships will endure another shift Saturday with four of the five championship matches to be played at Williamson County’s Page High School.
Ten Williamson County area football teams begin postseason play Friday night in the first round of the playoffs. Summit’s trip to Gallatin in Class 5A and Stewarts Creek’s visit to Ravenwood in Class 6A are among the premier opening round matchups.
Entering the first round of the high school football playoffs means one final Associated Press Top 10 statewide poll across the classifications. The poll was released early this week.
Freshman Alyssa Andrea made a splash on the state stage in her first appearance at the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships over the weekend at Percy Warner Park’s Steeplechase Course in Nashville.
MURFREESBORO – Loaded with a team without seniors and making their state volleyball tournament debut this week, the Nolensville Lady Knights went home with a state championship Thursday.
Facing the distractions of Homecoming, rain, the third starting quarterback of the season and hosting the undefeated fourth-ranked team in Class 4A, Franklin could have folded early. For Nolensville, battling Williamson County’s “Flagship,” a storied Class 6A squad, it would have been easy t…
After suffering a 3-1 loss to Portland in the winner’s bracket semifinal of the Class AA State Volleyball Tournament, the young Nolensville Lady Knights earned another shot at the two-time defending champs in Thursday championship match.