NASHVILLE – It took five sets for just the second time this season, but the Battle Ground Academy volleyball closed the regular season unbeaten in Division II-A District 3 Middle Region play with a win Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy.
FRANKLIN – Ashton Kelley and Blake Barton both scored three touchdowns and the Grace Christian Academy football team racked up nearly 500 yards of offense in a 45-12 win at home against The Webb School.
The Nolensville High School volleyball team stretched their District 9-AA win streak over the past two seasons to 26 consecutive matches after a sweep of Murfreesboro Central Magnet Thursday.
The top high school football team in the nation will make a stop in Williamson County to highlight a busy Week 6 slate for the county’s Region 6-6A teams.
The local football showdown scheduled for Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy against Brentwood High School was canceled Thursday night due to positive COVID-19 cases at CPA.
Every parent worries about their child fitting in at middle school, and BrandiLee Schafran is no exception.
Brentwood High School senior Mary Oldham and Independence senior Jaxson Campbell were both selected as the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 19.
Destiny Cherry recorded a match-best 19 kills and four Lady Spartans reached double-figures in digs as the Summit High School volleyball team captured a five-set District 12-AAA win at Ravenwood Tuesday.
Stringing together a consistent match the full 80 minutes has been the focus this month for the Ravenwood High School girls soccer team. Unfortunately, just getting to play has been a struggle for the defending Class AAA state champions due to weather woes and COVID-19 issues with opponents.
The Ravenwood High School golf teams both collected team titles at the District 11 Large Class Golf Tournament Monday at Franklin Bridge Golf Club.
For the past several years the state’s top volleyball teams and those from surrounding states have descended upon Franklin for a massive tournament at the TOA Sports Performance Center, formerly known as the A-Game Sportsplex.
Maybe it’s the recent history or the current rankings. It could be the current climate and potential implications further down the road. And maybe it’s just one of those big-time bragging rights kind of games.
Kennedy Price recorded four goals and the Battle Ground Academy girls soccer team raced past Providence Christian Academy 7-0 in a Division II-A Middle Region District 3 win on the road Tuesday in Murfreesboro.
High school football coaches across Williamson County have pointed to Week 5 of the season fearfully all year, estimating Sept. 18 as the time when COVID-19 related issues could most likely create problems.
A handful of former Williamson County football standouts kicked off the NFL season this week, including a couple big debuts from Ravenwood High School graduate Van Jefferson and Centennial High School grad Tyrel Dodson.
Nolensville High School senior Charley Fulton and Brentwood High School senior Cade Granzow were named the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 13.
OAKVILLE, Alabama – The Brentwood High School girls cross country team – paced by senior Kaitlyn Vanderkolk – clinched the overall team title in the always fast Chickasaw Invitational in Alabama on Saturday.
FRANKLIN – The Centennial High School football team broke through for their first win of the season Friday, taking down Siegel 24-7 at home in Franklin.
NASHVILLE – The Christ Presbyterian Academy football team stayed unbeaten with a big non conference win against visiting Ensworth Friday night.
The Brentwood volleyball team improved to 3-0 playing without reigning Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year Shaye Eggleston with a four-set District 12-AAA win over Independence Thursday night.
Division II area high school football games in Week 4 feature an out-of-state opponent, three unbeaten teams, two season openers and only two games in Williamson County.
The Christ Presbyterian Academy girls soccer team has been waiting to face region rival Battle Ground Academy ever since last November – after the Division II-A championship.