Brentwood Academy basketball standout Skyy Clark will be choosing from eight teams for his college decision, including a local program.
A proposal to bring a new multi-use sports complex to Franklin found staunch opposition at a virtual neighborhood meeting with Ladd Park residents held Thursday night by the City of Franklin.
A schedule change has created one of the most exciting high school football matchups in many years for Williamson County.
The Southeastern Conference has decided to push back the start of its college football season to September 26, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey announced on Thursday.
After a few days of delay, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee officially signed Executive Order No. 55 Friday, clearing the way for contact sports this fall.
Fisher Anderson, a rising junior offensive tackle at Franklin High School, is already one of the most sought-after preps football players in the state.
Despite the cancellation of the 2020 Minor League Baseball season, Nashville Sounds General Manager Adam Nuse had still hoped to host baseball games at First Horizon Park this year.
After nearly a month of COVID-19-driven discussions, all high school sports, including football and girls soccer, now have the ability to begin contact activities after decisions from Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the TSSAA.
As the girls soccer season approaches, some Williamson County girls soccer players past and present have been honored for their on-field performance.
Franklin's Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance Sports Performance Center will now be the official home of two local sports leagues: Alliance Volleyball and STARS Basketball Club.
Franklin-based development and investment company Warhorse Venture Partners is starting a push to bring a new sports complex to Franklin.
Many MLB executives thought Mookie Betts was crazy to turn down a $300 million contract offer from the Boston Red Sox heading into his free-agent season.
After weeks of anticipation as to what would happen with preps fall sports in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the TSSAA has decided to leave ultimate authority in Gov. Bill Lee's hands as to when they will begin.
After a nearly two week delay on coming to a decision on the pandemic plans for football and girls soccer for the state, the TSSAA will bring this to a vote Wednesday.
The Williamson County preps sports community and beyond has offered an outpouring of support and condolences after the death of a Grace Christian Academy rising senior.
The ASUN Conference has announced its 2011-20 men's basketball All-Decade Team, naming 20 student-athletes from nine programs to the group. Florida Gulf Coast, Lipscomb and North Florida each led the way with four selections each, followed by two from both Liberty and USC Upstate.
Though the boys soccer season got cut short due to COVID-19, two local athletes have been recognized with All-American honors.
Less than 24 hours after it was reported that a long-term deal between the Tennessee Titans and star running back Derrick Henry was unlikely, Tennessee signed Henry to a four-year $50 million contract extension on Wednesday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Though the TSSAA has not decided the direction sports like football and girls soccer will go this fall, the organization has shared practice rules for all fall sports.
With uncertainty on whether football and soccer will be able to play on this fall, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has given the sports a word of support.
It’s no secret the Tennessee Titans had perhaps the worst kicking game in the NFL last season, running through four different place kickers before finishing the season with Cleveland Browns castoff Greg Joseph.
The first domino in widescale fall sports changes fell on Thursday as the Big Ten announced it would be implementing conference-only schedules for the upcoming football season.
After a meeting was called to decide the immediate fates for preps football and girls soccer in Tennessee this fall, the TSSAA has instead pivoted and says it won't make contingency plans just yet.