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Football, media highlight tomorrows Herald Sports

Tomorrow’s Williamson Herald Sports Section will chock full of things you don’t want to miss:

It’s the not the national attention grabbing contest it was expected to be, but Friday night’s Beech at Independence game has significance that goes far beyond Williamson county. 

Brentwood native Courtney Lyle is the latest media star to come out of Williamson County and that star is rising fast as she blazes new trails while following in her father’s footsteps.

Franklin faithful will get a chance to find out just how strong the Rebels 2-0 start is when the Rebels welcome McGavock High School (2-1, 1-0) out of Nashville. 

A solid hold on second place in District 11-AAA volleyball was on the line Tuesday when Ravenwood traveled to Centennial.  Who won and how?  We’ll have details.

And the men, with the exception of Williamson County Parks and Recreation Director Doug Hood, will try to salvage some pride after Southern Exposure Magazine’s Cassie Jones tied Hood for the weekly title in the Herald’s Pigskin Picks.

You’ll find all this and more tomorrow in the Sports Section of the Williamson Herald.

Posted on: 9/11/2013

 
 

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