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MEMPHIS – Eighteen years ago Ron Crawford was hired as head football coach at Brentwood High School. He went on to lead the Bruins to the championship game and win the school’s first and only state title in 2002 – a storybook start to his Williamson County coaching legacy.

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NOLENSVILLE – It was an ill wind that blew through Nolensville High School Friday night as defending Class 4A champions Elizabethton rolled up more than 500 yards of offense and ended the Knights season with a 56-21 win in the state semifinals.

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COLUMBIA – Centennial may have been a bit shorthanded Monday night, but that had little to do with the outcome as host Columbia hit seven second-half 3-pointers in a 62-44 decision.

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With several high school sports seasons already wrapped up, this week’s Gateway Tire Athlete of the Week award looks a bit different as the Williamson Herald and Gateway Tire & Service Center of Franklin highlight one winner and several top performers while recapping a busy fall season.

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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.

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FAIRVIEW – The Fairview High School football team's one-point loss on the road last week to Stewart County may have hastened the end of the year for Williamson County’s Class 3A banner carrier as the Yellow Jackets fell 26-13 to East Nashville in the opening round of the TSSAA state football…