Below are basketball scores from Friday night's slate of county games.
It’s been a banner year for Tennessee State’s Chris Rowland. The senior wide receiver finished sixth in the 2019 STATS FCS Walter Payton Award voting, which is given annually to the most outstanding offensive player in the Division I subdivision.
The Ravenwood Lady Raptors basketball team collected their first district win of the season over the Franklin Lady Rebels 47-27 at Franklin High School on Tuesday night.
Brentwood Academy, Brentwood High School took home top prizes at the 2019 TSSAA and TMSAA's 2019 Cheerleading and Dance Championships.
It’s been a whirlwind few weeks for the Austin Peay Governors. The team made school history Nov. 30 by reaching the FCS playoffs for the first time, then subsequently earning the school’s first playoff win with a 42-6 shellacking of Furman.
It's basketball season again, if you can believe it, and we've already got one installment of Brentwood and Franklin's exciting rivalry in the books.
The Brentwood Academy boys team survived 49-48 over the Brentwood Bruins to remain undefeated on the year on Tuesday night at Brentwood High School.
In a hard-fought game, Brentwood Lady Bruin junior Amelia Osgood sunk two free throws in the final minute to secure the victory over the Brentwood Academy Lady Eagles Tuesday night at Brentwood High School 48-47.
There were six semifinalists from Williamson County Schools that were invited to Nissan Stadium Monday for a luncheon and awards program to celebrate their accomplishments on the football field.
As Ravenwood High School prepares for its 6A semifinal football game against the Houston Mustangs on Friday, a team of Ravenwood parents and Brentwood community leaders have stepped up to support.
A Williamson County football alum got an honor from the OVC, and more middle Tennessee ties found themselves recognized for the conference's awards announcement.
It’s been a long wait for the Austin Peay Governors; 42 years to be exact. But that wait is finally over as the Govs (9-3, 7-1) topped Eastern Illinois (1-11, 1-7) 35-7 on Saturday, winning the school’s first Ohio Valley Conference championship since 1977.