NASHVILLE – The Brentwood Academy boys’ cross country team flirted with rewriting state history books Saturday at the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships at Percy Warner Park.
After rallying to force overtime, a fumbled snap in the third OT recovered by Beech ended Summit’s season Friday in the first round of the Class 5A football playoffs.
The City of Spring Hill and the Crawford family of Spring Hill (Bryan, Rebecca, Lily, Olivia and Faith) dedicated a Little Free Library this week at Port Royal Park.
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…
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.
The City of Spring Hill will host a public input meeting as part of the process of updating the Spring Hill Major Thoroughfare Plan.
In a game where defense appeared to be optional, Christ Presbyterian Academy improved to 8-0 by outscoring Independence 55-37 in cross-divisional matchup of offensive powerhouses.
At the September town hall hosted by Williamson Inc., Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham and City Administrator Victor Lay talked about growth, transportation … and time travel.
Ravenwood racked up several District 12-AAA regular season soccer awards, while Franklin senior Harper White was named the district Player of the Year for the second straight season, as announced by the schools on Tuesday.
For the second time this season the Summit volleyball claimed a game against five-time defending champion Brentwood. The Lady Spartans are just one of two District 12-AAA teams who have avoided a sweep against the Lady Bruins this season.
After opening even through three holes Tuesday, Franklin’s John Morris Jr. fired out of bounds on his tee shot on the fourth hole at WillowBrook Golf Club on the first day of the Large Class Division I TSSAA State Golf Tournament.
The Brentwood girls’ soccer team secured a 3-0 shutout win in District 12-AAA play at home against visiting Independence on Thursday.
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.
Brentwood volleyball coach Barbara Campbell wanted a bit more intensity from her team Tuesday in the Battle of the Woods against Ravenwood. Lady Raptor coach Abbey White just wants a healthy squad for once.
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.