CHATTANOOGA – Destin Wade’s voice cracked with emotion as he talked about the last chapter in his run with Summit.
With the NCAA volleyball playoffs starting Thursday, Texas is poised to be a major contender for the national title.
The Franklin Admirals boys basketball team (4-1) notched a huge victory on the road Tuesday night over the Nolensville Knights (3-2) in 4A basketball play, 64-50.
In the last minute of the game, the Franklin Lady Admirals basketball team (4-1) rallied to win over the Nolensville Lady Knights (3-2) on the road on Tuesday night, 36-33.
Get ready for a matinee sequel Thursday morning in Chattanooga when the Lipscomb Academy Mustangs and Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions battle for the Division II-AA state championship in a matchup that will bring region rivals together again.
After three years with the Clemson Tigers, former Christ Presbyterian Academy linebacker Kane Patterson will be moving on to a new opportunity.
With seven seconds to go in the contest, the Page Patriots football team (13-1) completed an erasure of multiple deficits to the Henry County Patriots (9-6) and captured the 5A state semifinal win, 56-52, at home Friday night.
Making it to the state final is starting to become routine for Summit, but things will be a little different this year.
The Tennessee Titans have experienced more roster turnover than any other team in the NFL this season, so the 13 roster moves the team made on Tuesday shouldn’t have come as a surprise to anyone.
The Ravenwood Raptors boys basketball team secured a signature win on the road against the Franklin Admirals in a non-district matchup of two 4A teams on Monday night, 63-58.
A stout defensive performance by the Page High School Patriots at Green Hill Friday night put them just one win away from a birth in the TSSAA 5A State championship.
On Friday night in Spring Hill, a regular-season matchup will be revisited featuring two gladiators of 6A as the Summit Spartans host the Ravenwood Raptors in the playoff quarterfinals.
The Belmont men’s basketball team made sure to schedule plenty of NCAA Tournament-level opponents this season to ensure they were battle tested for the postseason.
In a year that's failed to meet expectations, the Clemson Tigers have needed a spark from some of its younger players to get its offense going.
Brentwood’s chances of upsetting Summit disappeared when Davis White left the game with an apparent concussion in the second quarter.
The Page High School Patriots withstood a fourth-quarter comeback bid to defeat the Nolensville High School Knights 20-15 and punch their ticket to the 5A quarterfinals Friday night.
With the second round of the TSSAA playoffs behind us, let's check in to see how a few Williamson County football teams fared.
After weeks of “will they or won’t they?” Middle Tennessee State University announced on Wednesday morning it will staying put in Conference USA and forego an opportunity to join the Mid-American Conference.
In the second round of the 6A playoffs, the Summit Spartans football team will face a familiar opponent at home in the region rival Brentwood Bruins on Friday night.
The best cross country runners in the state from Williamson County gathered at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville last weekend for the state championship races.
In a tie game with a little over six minutes remaining, the Ravenwood Raptors football team (9-2) found the end zone, defeating the Whitehaven Tigers of Memphis (7-4) at home on Friday night 21-14 in the first round of the 6A playoffs.
Houston was about to score the tying touchdown in the third quarter when Summit’s defense made a momentum-changing goal-line stand.
The Page High School Patriots advanced to the second round of the TSSAA 5A playoffs after 34–14 victory over Wilson Central High School Wildcats Friday night.
The first round of the 2021 Williamson County football playoffs is behind us, and we've got results with how some of the county's teams performed.
With the football regular season behind us and playoffs starting, we here at the Williamson Home Page have been impressed with the play of so many of our athletes.