A 23-point run gave Independence a Class 6A first-round road win Friday at Smyrna.
The hopes of the Independence Eagles (5-5, 3-2) to capture the Region 6-6A title were washed away by a tide of errors and a red wave of Ravenwood Raptors (8-2, 4-1) that took advantage of nearly every miscue, spotting the confident and prepared visitors a six-score lead that turned into a 37…
With the Region 5-5A title already clinched, Page traveled to Columbia Friday looking for a little icing to put on top of a wonderful regular season.
MURFREESBORO – The first state soccer tournament run by the Nolensville Lady Knights ended a match shy of playing for the school’s first championship Thursday.
Franklin soccer player Madeleine Ash and Nolensville football player Timothy Stayskal have been named John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes for the month of October.
Six Williamson County-area high school girls’ soccer teams advanced to this week’s TSSAA Girls’ State Soccer Championships in Murfreesboro, which begins Wednesday.
Brentwood will battle Ravenwood for the Region 6-AAA Girls’ Soccer Championship on Thursday at Ravenwood.
The Nolensville volleyball team has come a long way in a very short amount of time. On Thursday, though, the Lady Knights’ season ended one step short of where they ultimately wanted to go — Murfreesboro.
As students enter fall break in Williamson County Schools, Week 9 includes a pair of Thursday night games as well as two big-time all-county clashes Friday night.
Nolensville Historical Society members dedicated a marker about the Historic Nolensville School on Oct. 5, giving permanent recognition to community resilience and ingenuity that helped open the school in 1937.
Senior night showcased the high-powered Fairview offense as well as a memorable defensive performance in Week 8 Friday. The sixth-ranked Yellow Jackets blasted visiting Harpeth 56-0 to stay unbeaten in Region 6-3A – the school's 16th straight region victory.
Construction of the new Nolen Mill development, a Goodall Homes product located in Nolensville, is well underway, offering diverse designs for single-family homes and attached cottages for senior citizens.
Last year’s loss to Father Ryan was on Brian Garcia’s mind when he stepped to the line on the first play of Friday night’s rematch with the Irish. The memory disappeared when he hit a streaking Andrew Mason down the left sideline for a 64-yard touchdown and a lead that was never challenged.
Nolensville missed some opportunities early, but Brentwood had to hold off a late charge from the Knights to pick up a 27-19 road victory Friday night.
Last season when Nolensville entered Brentwood for the two school’s first taste of a cross-county matchup, it was a one-sided Bruins affair. This year, the Class 4A Knights are much more excited about seeing how they stack up against the tenth-ranked Bruins of Class 6A.
After a wild contest in Brentwood Friday, the previously fourth-ranked Ravenwood football team dipped to No. 7 in the latest Associated Press top 10 poll, while the Brentwood Bruins moved back into the rankings at No. 10 in Class 6A.
Both the Ravenwood and Fairview football teams inched up the latest Associated Press' Top 10 poll in each of their classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters.
The three ranked Williamson County Division I football teams and the three area Division II teams held their rankings in their respective classifications in the latest Associated Press Top 10 polls as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters.
After the second week of high school football play, Williamson County teams showed some movement in the latest Associated Press Top 10 prep poll as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. The poll was released Monday.