Coaches often talk about ‘team efforts’, but it’s often one of those clichés.
A sour finish overshadowed a perfect start for the Ravenwood soccer team.
The Brentwood girls made it known that Lady Bruin tennis shouldn’t be overlooked after this week in Murfreesboro.
Brentwood Academy needed two wins Thursday to secure the program’s fifth Division II-AA state championship.
As bothered as anyone can be with a state championship performance, Amber Tanner was Thursday.
Summit came close to making it to the finals in their first visit to the TSSAA State Baseball Championships in Murfreesboro, but a pair of losses to home-standing Siegel sent the Spartans home a day early Thursday.
For Ravenwood, facing the same Houston team who ended the Raptors state run last season with a devastating 5-1 setback was the season-long goal.
Builder John Maher has built and sold hundreds of houses in this area during his career.
Now in its 10th year, the John Maher Builders Scholar-Athlete Awards will bring together male and female student-athletes recognized for their accomplishments on and off the field.
With one tennis dynasty removed, another might be in the works.