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It's going to be an all-Williamson County affair in the 2022 Tennessee Scholastic Lacrosse Association Division I-AA state championship game on Saturday as Brentwood and Ravenwood were both victorious in their respective semifinal matchups. 

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In a game that featured more twists and turns than a roller coaster, the Franklin Lady Admirals (14-10) softball team won an offensive slugfest 10-8 against the Centennial Lady Cougars (11-8) at Granny White Park on Friday night.

After finishing first in the regular season, the Independence Eagles (6-3-2) added a District 12-AAA tournament championship to their resume, defeating the Columbia Central Lions (11-7-1) at Summit High School 2-0 on Thursday night.

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As Juuse Saros walked into the Nashville Predators weight room to address reporters after locker cleanout day, he showed no visible limp or lingering side effects from the lower-body injury that kept him out of the postseason.

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Using small ball to power their offense along with timely pitching from district tournament MVP Devin Thrain and all-tournament team closer Brady Hendrix, the Summit Spartans (15-8) held on to win the District 12-4A championship 10-8 against the Ravenwood Raptors (22-14) at Ravenwood on Tues…

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In a 3-0 victory via penalty kicks, the Brentwood Bruins soccer team (16-1-1, 3-0) survived a scare from the Ravenwood Raptors (1-8-1, 0-3) on Monday night at Franklin High School in the District 11-AAA semifinal.

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Nashville Predators general manager David Poile dubbed the 2021-21 season a “competitive rebuild” over the summer, likely in an attempt to temper the fanbase’s expectations of a team that wasn’t going to be good enough to make a deep playoff run but not bad enough to be picking in the draft …

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As Dax McCarty sent a pass Dave Romney’s way across the penalty box in the 63rd minute of Sunday’s match against Real Salt Lake, Romney was out of position and could only watch as teammate Walker Zimmerman collected the ball and fired a shot away.

In a game that officially ended early in the second half due to lightning in the area, the Franklin Admirals soccer team (6-3-3, 2-1) provided fireworks of their own, winning the contest 7-0 over Summit (5-8-2, 1-2) at home Tuesday night.