Hrishi Salitri scored 26 points to help lead the Independence Eagles to a victory over visiting Ravenwood Tuesday night, 61-50.
Some games mean a lot more than what's on the box score, and you could certainly say that about Centennial's tight 53-47 home victory over district foe Ravenwood Friday night.
After a banner fall that saw two all-Williamson County soccer state games, the Tennessee Sports Writers Association has honored some county athletes for their 2019 performances.
Franklin High School held its Franklin Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday morning, with a host of WillCo wrestlers getting in on the competition.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has honored some Williamson County athletes on its superlatives list for 2019 in golf and cross country.
The Brentwood Bruins boys’ basketball team defeated the Nolensville Knights 57-43, giving coach Greg Shirley his 100th career win at Brentwood Tuesday night.
Williamson County found itself aplenty on the Tennessee High School Football Coaches Association's 2019 teams for Classes 4A, 5A and 6A.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has recognized a handful of Williamson County football players for its yearly teams in Classes 4A, 5A and 6A.
Ravenwood’s football players have a nickname for their special teams coordinator, Alan Lowry.“They always refer to him as the G.O.A.T., the greatest of all-time,” Raptors coach Matt Daniels said. “I love that. I hear some of our seniors at the end of the year, ‘Where is the G.O.A.T.?’ They j…
The Nolensville, Fairview and Spring Hill football teams have wrapped up their seasons, but region honors still await.
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.
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.
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.