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Summit (20-13) softball fell to Wilson Central (38-10) in the opening round of the state tournament on Tuesday, dropping the contest 7-5 at McKnight Park. 

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A sweep on senior weekend at Hawkins Field at the hands of conference rival LSU was surely not how the Vanderbilt Commodores wanted to end the regular season and head into the SEC Tournament on Tuesday.

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With the 8th annual WILLCO Awards set to take place on June 21, the Williamson County Sports Conference announced the finalists for the fall and winter sports categories on Monday.

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Spring Fling kicks off on Tuesday, with most events taking place in Murfreesboro throughout the week. Let’s take a look at which teams and players from Williamson County qualified for the 2022 state tournaments. 

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For the third time this season, Page (12-5-5) and Murfreesboro Central ended regulation tied. And for the second time this season, after Murfreesboro Central's win in the district championship game, these two teams came down to penalties.  

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After losing the District 11-AAA championship on penalty kicks to the Franklin Admirals (9-4-3) last week, the Brentwood Bruins (18-2-1) stormed back to win the Region 6-AAA championship 4-0 at Franklin Thursday night.

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As Nashville Predators general manager David Poile announced to reporters that head coach John Hynes and the entire coaching staff were signed to two-year contract extensions, he knew some tough questions were coming his way.

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A little over three months after winning a $24 million class action lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation, the United States women’s soccer team picked up another win after the ratification of the new collective bargaining agreement between U.S. Soccer and the men’s and women’s national teams.

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The deck couldn’t have been stacked more against John Hynes in the first three years of his tenure as head coach of the Nashville Predators.

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The Special Olympics Tennessee state summer games are returning for the first time since 2019 with a six-sport slate of events this weekend at Lipscomb University, Lipscomb Academy and Centennial Sportsplex.

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With two goals by senior Charlie Chism and a stout defense in net by Jack Gorman, the Page Patriots (11-5-5) boys soccer team pulled off a win on the road 2-0 in the Region 6-AA semifinal against the Fairview Yellow Jackets (8-8-3) on Tuesday night.

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Just two weeks after signing a professional tryout contract with the Nashville Predators’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals, top prospect Yaroslav Askarov and the Preds agreed to a three-year, entry-level contract on Monday.

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.