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Battle Ground Academy coach Roc Batten had to hit the ground running in his first year with the Wildcats. Being hired in late May 2011, Batten led BGA to a 7-4 record – opening the season with five-consecutive wins. The coach feels more relaxed heading into his second season as head coach, saying there is definitely a smoother approach into this year.
Looking for a state championship team in Williamson County? While several should make postseason runs, the Fairview Yellow Jackets are the team to watch coming out of District 12-AA.
The 2012 version of the Franklin Rebels will be young and inexperienced. Returning only two starters on offense and two on defense, the Rebels look to get contributions from multiple sophomores and several seniors who previously had not gotten much game action.
The excitement level surrounding the Centennial football program is at an all-time high as the Cougars return 16 starters from last year’s squad that reached the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.
With Ron Crawford’s departure from Brentwood High School after 10 seasons and Craig Clayton leaving Franklin High School after seven, Williamson County is left with multiple first-and-second-year head coaches.In fact, the county’s most-tenured coach now resides in Fairview. After four years on the job, Chris Hughes is the dean of Williamson County coaches.