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Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.

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The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to the quarterfinal round for the public schools and the semifinals for the private schools on Friday night. Several local squads are still in contention as the numbers dwindle down. 

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The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to round two of the public schools and the quarterfinals for the private schools on Friday night. Only a few WillCo squads are hosting this week, while several had to hit the road for their matchup.

Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.Let's take a look back at the slate from week 11 of the college football season.  T…

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This week marked the final games of the regular season, so playoff berths and bids were on the line throughout Williamson County. With playoff implications hanging in the balance, several players stepped up to earn Player of the Week nominations. Vote on this week's Player of the Week below,…

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Williamson County schools were back on the field for week 10 after a week 9 bye week, and the games certainly brought the excitement. As usual, it was tough to choose just five for Player of the Week, but these players made the cut as the week's best. Vote on this week's Player of the Week…

Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.Let's take a look back at the slate from week 9 of the college football season.  Te…

A win is a win, especially when it marks five straight wins and the second consecutive season sweep vs the AFC South rival Indianapolis Colts, but Sunday’s 19-10 win was an especially ugly one.

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The Nolensville (12-4-1) girls soccer team broke a scoreless stalemate with Independence (10-9-1) in the second half with two rapid fire goals from sophomore Maddie Padelski and held on for a 2-1 victory in the Region 6 AAA championship game Wednesday night at Independence High School.