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NASHVILLE – Last year, COVID-19 canceled the Johnny Drennan Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Father Ryan. This year’s winter weather barrage threatened the showcase tourney, but it didn’t keep more than two dozen teams from returning to the Nashville school Saturday for another competitive d…

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The Summit High School basketball teams hosted a District 12-4A doubleheader against neighborhood rival Independence on Jan. 8, 2022 in Spring Hill. The Lady Spartans claimed a 44-31 victory, while the Indy boys posted a 65-54 victory. 

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FRANKLIN – When Dominic Green exited the mats Wednesday at Franklin High School, the junior 220-pounder was one of a handful of Admirals who went 4-0 on a busy day featuring Williamson County grapplers. 

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SPRING HILL – The Summit High School boys basketball team broke open a 10-10 game, going on a 12-2 run in the final three minutes of the first quarter, then held on for the final three quarters to stop a gutsy Page squad 63-54 in second semifinal contest of the King of the Hill tournament at…

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THOMPSON’S STATION — Scott Stidham will be the new football coach at Independence High School, Williamson County Schools Athletic Director Darrin Joines announced Wednesday afternoon.

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FRANKLIN — Twenty-two different players scored for both teams as the Page High School girls basketball team ran their record to 9-1 early in the season with a 73-34 over Independence. On the boys’ side, the Eagles avenged a season-ending loss on the Patriots’ home floor with a 66-61 victory …

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The Independence High School boys basketball bounced back from a tight loss to Cane Ridge earlier this week by sinking 13 3-pointers and narrowly missing the century mark in a road trip to Rockvale Friday night. 

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HENDERSONVILLE – Miles Ramer didn’t anticipate a win Thursday during the Class AAA Cross Country Championships Thursday at Sander’s Ferry Park. In fact, the Ravenwood High School sophomore admitted he was somewhat surprised to take the lead about two-thirds through the race.