After Friday’s state semifinal win against Dyer County, Summit football coach Brian Coleman texted a message to every former player in his phone. He thanked them for establishing the Spartans program and helping elevate it to where it is today.
COOKEVILLE – The Christ Presbyterian Academy football nearly pulled off the complete circle showcasing how a team can transform and look completely different and better by the end of the season with the right attitude and effort.
Franklin sophomore Bergen Allee is joined by not one, but two males in this week’s Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week selections. Summit sophomore Keaten Wade and Ravenwood junior Junior Colson were named Gateway Tire co-Male Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 25-Dec. 1.
The Franklin High School wrestling team picked up a couple wins in a double dual at Summit Tuesday heading into a big night Thursday at home.
The Franklin High School basketball teams earned a split at Hillsboro on Tuesday in Nashville.
Brentwood Academy’s boys and the Brentwood High School's girls both had to make comeback runs to win Tuesday night’s basketball contests at Brentwood, games that became instant one-point classics.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nikita Kucherov scored at 2:35 of overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.
There won’t be too much of a transition for the Brentwood girls soccer players after a coaching change this month. The school announced the hiring of assistant coach Maggie McLaughlin Tuesday.
Before the 2019 football season began, Tim Coutras wanted to establish a lasting legacy at Nolensville High School, Williamson County’s youngest school.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Chris Driedger heard the final horn and reached for his helmet in disbelief. The Florida Panthers goalie hardly expected to post a shutout in his first NHL start.
I try to keep tabs on as many former Williamson County athletes as possible – especially graduates over the last four or five years – and let’s just say, that’s a tall task (but a fun one!).
Despite ending the first half in a flurry, the Nolensville football team’s hopes of playing for their first state championship slipped away in the second half at Elizabethton Friday in the Class 4A semifinals.
Jordan Smith ran for two touchdowns, Ross Johnston caught a pair, Brian Garcia threw for 189 yards and Bryan Rice had three-and-a-half tackles for a loss as Ravenwood buried previously unbeaten Houston 42-21 to earn a spot in the BlueCross Bowl next Saturday night for the TSSAA Class 6A stat…
The Summit football team hosts Dyer County in the TSSAA Class 5A semifinals on Friday in the Spartans first home game in 50 days.
The Nolensville football team opened the season with eight straight wins before ending the regular season with back-to-back losses. Knights coach Paul Derrick called the setbacks “a wakeup call.”
Despite technically “hosting” two of their last four games, the Ravenwood football team hasn’t played on their home football field due to weather and field conditions since Oct. 25.
The Ravenwood boys basketball team outscored Nolensville 19-10 in the fourth quarter to gain some separation in a tight contest at Nolensville High School on Tuesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans scored touchdowns so fast and furiously quarterback Ryan Tannehill needed a little help recalling the exact order.