The stakes couldn’t have been higher with a state championship matchup that featured two longtime rivals.
Belmont men's basketball players Grayson Murphy and Nick Muszynski have been named to the Lou Henson Award Preseason Watch List, according to a Belmont press release.
If you've been going to Williamson County Schools athletic events this fall, you might notice some changes headed into the winter months.
Sarah Fuller was listed as the only kicker on Vanderbilt’s depth chart on Tuesday for Saturday’s game against No. 10 Georgia, but interim coach Todd Fitch said the team may bring a familiar face back into the fold.
Following the win at Evangelical Christian in Memphis, Lipscomb Academy (13-2) qualified for the Division II Class AA state final game.
Although he played sparingly during his rookie year, former Lipscomb Bison standout Garrison Mathews impressed Washington Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard enough to be retained for a second year with the organization as a two-way player.
Cade Granzow and most of his senior teammates were born in 2002 – the only year Brentwood ever made it to the state final in football.
The Nolensville Knights football team (10-4, 5-1) fell at home in a disappointing loss on Friday night to the Elizabethton Fighting Cyclones in the TSSAA 4A semifinal playoffs (14-0, 6-0), 56-21.
Another product of the Williamson County area is making his mark in the world of college football, in a particularly strange season to boot.
Derrick Henry took a handoff with 5:28 left in overtime, ran to his left, broke a tackle, cut back to his right and broke free up the middle for the game-winning touchdown to seal the Tennessee Titans 30-24 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.