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.
If you've walked by an Independence girls basketball practice this past season, you might've noticed something a little different: music.
The National Football League is planning to cut the league’s preseason schedule from four games to two and pushing back the start of the exhibition games, per a report from the Associated Press.
After adhering to Gov. Bill Lee's executive order on contact sports and delaying the football and girls soccer seasons through Aug. 29, the TSSAA has shared its plan for how to move ahead.
With the news coming down from Gov. Bill Lee's office about continuing Tennessee's State of Emergency, the TSSAA has decided to postpone the start of the high school football season.
There’s a talent pipeline being formed between Williamson County and Saint Joseph, Mo., and Will Martin is the reason why.
Franklin golfer Jack Morris decided to make some history when he entered the 61st edition of the Tennessee Junior Amateur.
Though spring sports did not happen this year due to COVID-19, some independent competitions are still happening with local athletes.
An NFL player has tested positive for COVID-19 in the same week he and members of his team participated in workouts at Brentwood Academy's athletic facilities.
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Though the COVID-19 pandemic continues on, that didn't stop Williamson County Schools from finding a unique way to celebrate the year in athletics.
The Vanderbilt women’s soccer team is fresh off its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance and the ‘Dores have reloaded for 2020 with the addition of seven incoming freshmen, headlined by Brentwood goalkeeper Kate Devine.
Vanderbilt may have lost two of its top 2020 signees in Independence outfielder Robert Hassell, who was taken eight overall by the San Diego Padres, and outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong, who was drafted 19th overall by the New York Mets.
He's not even taken the court yet, but new Brentwood Academy basketball player Skyy Clark is already making himself known to the community.
The COVID-19 pandemic ended Brentwood High School two-sport athlete Cade Granzow’s 2020 baseball season early, but the rising senior took it as an opportunity to improve and prepare.
The TSSAA's annual dead period will not be cancelled this year, despite some push from the community to waive it after COVID-19 shut down schools and halted spring sporting activity.