Believe it or not, the Williamson County basketball season is already underway.
The boys teams for Franklin and East Nashville have created a tremendous interleague rivalry through the years, with its previous two games coming down to a buzzer beater.
For the second straight year, the Franklin Lady Rebels opened their season with a hard-fought loss to a deep East Nashville Magnet Lady Eagles squad.
The 2019 Mr. Football race is tightening, and a handful of Williamson County football players made the cut to be finalists.
The Belmont Bruins historic postseason run came to an end on Saturday in a 5-0 loss to No. 1-seeded North Carolina in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.
On a three-touchdown night from sophomore Keaten Wade, the Summit Spartans secured the win to defeat district rival Page Patriots 28-3 on Friday night at Page High School.
The Belmont women’s soccer team got perhaps the unluckiest draw of all in the NCAA tournament as the Bruins travel to North Carolina to face the No. 1 overall seed UNC Tar Heels.
Williamson County saw a number of students confirm their plans to be college athletes with 2019's first day of the national signing period.
The 2019 Williamson County playoffs roll on after a chilly first week of play, and we've got some excitement yet to come for who's left standing.
The Battle Ground Academy Lady Wildcats soccer team upset the undefeated Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions 4-1 to take the TSSAA D-II A title Friday afternoon at Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro.
The Battle Ground Academy Lady Wildcats punched their ticket to the TSSAA D-II A Girls Soccer State Finals game with a 1-0 intense game against St. George's Thursday at Siegel Soccer Complex.
Williamson County football fans will get one last chance to see some of their favorite players and coaches in action this year.
The Brentwood girls cross-country team found runner-up status in the state tournament Saturday at Percy Warner Park, while Brentwood Academy extended their girls cross country championship streak to two in a row.
The 2019 Williamson County football playoffs are officially underway, and the WillCo teams set to participate now know their first-round opponents for the start on Friday, Nov. 8.
During his post-game speech, Matt Daniels reminded his team that one of their goals was to go 10-0 during the regular season.
BGA traveled to Lipscomb Academy tonight as both first-year coaches were looking to end the year on a win. For Lipscomb Academy, it was all about securing home field advantage with a win.
Centennial (3-7, 1-4 reg.) came close to spoiling Brentwood’s (8-2, 5-0 reg.) perfect division record, but the Bruins were able to play clean for long enough to outlast the Cougars in the final regular season game of each team’s season, winning 24-19.
On a night honoring the Class of 2020 as well as longtime special teams coach Ken Curtis, Franklin Rebels senior Guy Lipscomb found the perfect way to pay tribute to both on the very first play of the night.