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INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — When Darius Garland realized the Cavaliers sent general manager Koby Altman, new coach John Beilein and his entire staff to his private pre-draft workout in Los Angeles, the Vanderbilt guard drew up a personal game plan.

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With a large amount of excitement, a little splash of nervousness and a heavy dose of nostalgia, a group of roughly 25 former Brentwood High School softball players came together for a reunion at Granny White Park over the weekend.

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Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL’s chief medical officer gave a presentation on the new safety strategies being implemented around the league at the Franklin Noon Rotary Club’s Thursday meeting at the Williamson County Enrichment Center.

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Fairview High School is looking for a new direction on the baseball field and the Yellow Jackets turned to Dominic “Nico” Gregali to lead the way. Gregali was officially introduced as the new baseball coach at Fairview on Friday morning. 

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Local teams soared above and beyond on Saturday at the Tennessee Soccer Club’s state tournament as the 03 Girls Premier, 06 Boys ECNL, 04 Girls Showcase and the 06 Girls Premier all took home the gold.

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Williamson County Schools celebrated their annual county-wide athletics awards Thursday night at the factory, with 41 separate awards being handed out.

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When what is now Nashville’s historic Fairgrounds Speedway first opened more than 100 years ago, it was a dirt course for horses. By the late 1950s, automobiles and asphalt had taken over and reigned supreme for nearly six decades.

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The faces change every year, but the excitement of recognizing student athletes never gets old for John Maher, whose business, John Maher Builders, has sponsored a countywide scholar-athlete program for 13 years.

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“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness …” Charles Dickens wrote those words to open his 1859 classic, "A Tale of Two Cities".