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Destin Wade, fresh off his selection as a Tennessee Titan Mr. Football finalist, and the Summit High School football team will head to Beech Friday with a Class 5A semifinal berth up for grabs.
Destin Wade had his hand in all four touchdowns for the Summit High School football team Friday as the Spartans advanced tot he Class 5A quarterfinals with a 28-14 win over Region 5-5A foe Columbia Central.
Five Williamson County area high school football players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football semifinalists for 2020, announced earlier this week.
The Williamson County area will feature 10 teams playing in first round playoff games on Friday with Brentwood Academy and Father Ryan set to open the postseason next week as well.
This month’s Policy Talks, hosted by Williamson, Inc. on Friday, focused on Spring Hill, where Mayor Rick Graham and City Administrator Victor Lay discussed masks, business during COVID-19 and city projects.
The Williamson County Schools community is grieving the loss of Spring Station Middle School principal and longtime Williamson County Schools teacher and administrator Paula Pulliam, who died Monday night of breast cancer at 63 years old.
After revealing Monday its Spring Hill manufacturing plant would likely add a new vehicle to its development fleet, General Motors officials, Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced Tuesday the automaker will invest nearly $2 billio…
Dental appointments tend to be pretty routine. Patients know just what to expect, and it typically doesn’t include life-or-death matters. But earlier this year, Tom Williams walked into Tanyard Springs Family Dentistry for a normal procedure and walked out with information that would save hi…
FRANKLIN – As long as Spring Hill was forced to play defense Tuesday night, veteran Lady Raiders coach Robert Walker knew it was just “a matter of time” before his unit cracked just enough under the pressure applied by District 11-AA regular-season titlist Page.
Playing with the #StrongforBarb mentality, the Brentwood High School volleyball team cruised to the District 12-AAA tournament title Wednesday night – the eighth consecutive tournament championship for the seven-time defending Class AAA champions.
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.
The Ravenwood High School boys golf team is one stroke back of the lead after the opening day of the Large Schools State Golf Tournament in Manchester at the WillowBrook Golf Club.
The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson's Station has announced its fall fundraiser, a motorcycle ride called "Bikes For Trykes."
Page High School, Independence High School and Summit High School are all learning remotely until the end of fall break due to a rise in COVID-19 cases, according to the Williamson County School District.
The Brentwood High School girls soccer team earned a third consecutive win Thursday by dispatching Summit 4-0 in District 12-AAA play.
DICKSON – Both Ravenwood High School golf teams overcame the rugged weather conditions Monday to capture the Large Schools Region 6 team titles and earn state tournament berths during a long day at GreyStone Golf Club.
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.
Destiny Cherry recorded a match-best 19 kills and four Lady Spartans reached double-figures in digs as the Summit High School volleyball team captured a five-set District 12-AAA win at Ravenwood Tuesday.
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.