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The nearly 80 high school wrestlers who competed this week at the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships in Chattanooga are featured in our special coverage included below.
CHATTANOOGA – Junior Jackson Masters couldn’t help but extend his arms in celebration after the final whistle Thursday. The Summit High School 120-pounder clinched third place – and avenged a pair of losses in the process – at the Class AAA State Wrestling Championships at the Chattanooga Co…
CHATTANOOGA – Jack Revere was still catching his breath, lingering in the glory of state championship wrestling. The Battle Ground Academy multisport senior didn’t win a coveted state title, but he did wrestle for one.
Battle Ground Academy wrestling coach Robert Jemison is juggling his track and field coaching duties as well as still working on the mats.
The TSSAA State Wrestling Championship scheduled for later this week in Chattanooga has been postponed until next week due to the ongoing rugged weather conditions plaguing most of the state and region.
Thought for the week: The best rule for making and keeping friends is, not surprisingly, the golden rule. To have good friends, be a good friend.
THOMPSON'S STATION – Most state high school wrestling onlookers considered this weekend’s Class AAA state duals tournament to be a case of Cleveland, Wilson Central and everybody else.
The Ensworth girls basketball team continued to streak and clinched the season series against Division II-AA rival Brentwood Academy on Friday in Nashville.
Independence High School boys basketball coach Doug Keil resigned Thursday morning from his position, as first reported by Southern Middle Tennessee Sports.
The Franklin High School girls basketball team shut down visiting Independence in the second quarter and went on to claim a 55-25 District 11-AAA win Tuesday in Franklin.
Rapid transit between Williamson, Davidson and Maury counties is a top transportation priority for the next 25 years, according to the new Regional Transportation Plan draft released by the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) this week.
BRENTWOOD – For the Independence High School wrestling coach and first-year coach Bryan Youngsma, it wasn’t quite as simple as ‘once is enough’.
The Page High School boys basketball collected a second District 11-AAA win this week with a 58-50 victory over visiting Independence on Friday.
Brentwood High School junior Sydney Ryan and Independence freshman Jett Montgomery garnered Gateway Tire Athlete of the Week honors after a big week on the hardwood for their respective teams.
BRENTWOOD – Nick Dang and Noah Clifford combined for 31 points and the Ravenwood High School boys basketball team held visiting Independence to just six second-quarter points as the Raptors won the “Battle of the Birds.”
Despite overcoming a nine-point halftime deficit, the Battle Ground Academy boys basketball team fell short of Franklin Road Academy at home in Franklin on Friday.
After opening its doors at the beginning of the school year, Legacy Middle School held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony last week to celebrate the newest addition to the Williamson County School District.
Griffin Burke scored 13 and the Brentwood High School boys basketball team collected a District 11-AAA victory in a defensive battle Tuesday in Brentwood.
A new clinic in Nolensville run by Williamson Medical Center affiliates Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Group opened Monday at 7216 Nolensville Rd.
The Franklin High School wrestling team picked up a pair of wins on Tuesday against visiting Ravenwood and Dickson County.