Another week of Williamson County and Nashville-area football is in the books. Several team held homecoming festivities and lots of non-district matchups took place.
In what was once one of the oldest district football matchups in the state, Brentwood Academy (4-2, 2-0) and Montgomery Bell Academy (6-0, 2-0) continued their annual battle on the gridiron with the Big Red winning over the Eagles 35-21.
It's hard to call a week 3 matchup a must-win outing, but when a pair of teams with playoff aspirations are staring down a potential 0-3 record, normalcy goes out the window.
Week 6 of the high school football season is here, and the weekend schedule features a number of big-time matchups.
After three days of voting, it's time to reveal the winner of the week 5 Williamson Medical Center Player of the Week poll.
The Christ Presbyterian Academy girls soccer team (7-5-1, 3-2-1) snapped Lipscomb Academy’s (8-2, 4-1) district unbeaten streak with a shutout 1-0 win Tuesday night to remain within striking distance of the Division II-AA playoffs.
On Friday night in Nolensville, the Knights put on a show that was simultaneously impressive and typical.
Two premier private school programs and high-powered offenses shake up the week 6 football schedule as Montgomery Bell Academy and Brentwood Academy do battle on the gridiron in Brentwood on Friday night at 7 p.m. in a non-region matchup.
Week 5 of Williamson County football featured a number of big wins and standout performers across the area. As usual, it was tough to choose just five for Player of the Week, but these players made the cut as the week's best. Vote on this week's Player of the Week below, and check back for a…
Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.
The Independence Eagles football team (3-2, 2-0) got a boost from Tre' Hartwell on a 72-yard touchdown run, along with key defensive stops, to seal the victory 27-17 on the road over the Franklin Admirals (0-5, 0-2) Friday night.
Another week of Williamson County and Nashville-area football is in the books. Some teams remained undefeated, while others dropped important games.
A gutsy fourth down call to put the game away and another standout performance by running back Carter Pace fueled an emotional 28-10 win for Ravenwood (3-2) over rival Brentwood (3-2) in the 2022 “Battle of the Woods”.
Early fall has brought more decisions from local athletes about where they will play at the next level.
The Franklin Lady Admirals girls soccer team (3-2-3, 1-0) relied on high-powered offense and solid goalkeeping by senior Anna Riley Meyer to shut out the Brentwood Lady Bruins (2-5, 0-1) on the road on Thursday night 4-0.
A fast start and a strong defensive effort propelled the Pope John Paul II Knights (4-0) to a blowout win on the road over the Independence Eagles (2-2) on Thursday night.
The Nolensville Lady Knights (19-4, 2-0) volleyball team decisively defended their home court on by sweeping the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (7-4, 1-2) 25-16, 25-14, and 25-16 on Wednesday night.