Though the ongoing sports drought continues in response to the coronavirus, we've still got Williamson County recruiting to keep tabs on.
After Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa went down with a season-ending hip injury in mid-November, some questioned whether or not he’d be worth a flier in the first round of the upcoming NFL draft.
After a recommendation came down from Gov. Bill Lee's office for Tennessee schools to close through April 24 Monday, the TSSAA is calling for all state preps athletics to be suspended during that time frame as well.
First-year Belmont coach Casey Alexander gave Bruins fans one of the top moments of the season in a 76-75 win over Murray State in the OVC Tournament championship game on March 7.
One minute, Brentwood High School alum Grant Teichmann is enjoying a beach trip with a few friends and teammates in Turkey.
Nolensville was only two wins away from a state title when the TSSAA suspended the state tournament due to concerns about the coronavirus.
In what's sure to be a setback for the future of high school lacrosse in the state, the TSSAA has suspended its efforts to sanction the sport indefinitely.
With the National Hockey League season on indefinite hiatus, the Nashville Predators and Fox Sports Tennessee are teaming up to still give fans their hockey fix over the next few weeks.
The TSSAA isn't giving up hope that its high school basketball tournaments and Spring Fling tournaments could still be played out despite the ongoing distancing measures taken over the coronavirus.
Athletics administrators all over the country are canceling and postponing spring sports at all levels due to the coronavirus, and Williamson County Schools is the latest to make adjustments.
After deciding to suspend its state basketball tournaments in wake of the coronavirus, the TSSAA has offered an update on the status of spring sports in the area.
The clock read 9.5, leaving the Belmont Bruins little margin for error as they prepared their final play of Saturday’s Ohio Valley Conference Championship game on Saturday in Evansville.
It's been an exciting season in 2019-20 Williamson County girls basketball, complete with stunning streaks, nail-biting contests, excellent performances and tons of playoff excitement.
Brentwood entered the Region 6-AAA tournament with the discomfort of having to reel from a heartbreaking loss in the District 11-AAA final just 10 days ago.
Nasvhille-area teams dominated the Ohio Valley Conference basketball Player of the Year awards on Tuesday as Austin Peay’s Terry Taylor took home OVC men’s Player of the Year honors.
Tuesday morning's severe weather, which hit parts of Middle Tennessee hard, some of it with tornado damage, and left several dead, has caused a schedule shift in the Region 6-AAA basketball tournaments.
UPDATE: The Region 6-AAA finals for the Page girls basketball team has been postponed to Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Overton High School after Tuesday morning's severe weather.
For a team that was generally viewed as overachievers considering the talent they lost from a year ago, the Franklin Rebels certainly weren’t ready to settle for merely advancing to the Region 6-AAA tournament.
The Nolensville Lady Knights (22-5, 9-0) surged to victory over the Fairview Lady Yellow Jackets (15-12, 10-4) Friday night at Nolensville 64-30, advancing to the region semifinals next Monday.
It was the matter of a layup that separated the Dickson County Cougars and Franklin Rebels in the 11-AAA district tournament finals.
Last year, the Page High School Lady Patriots basketball team, unfortunately to the Page faithful, received a "no" to answered dreams of a district title.