The Ravenwood Raptors boys basketball team (15-8, 2-2) pulled out a nail-biter in overtime over the Brentwood Bruins (8-7, 1-3) on the road Tuesday night, 55-53.
A late surge in the fourth quarter by the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (14-6, 4-0) helped secure a signature win on the road over the Brentwood Lady Bruins (15-6, 4-0) Tuesday night, 45-33.
Lincoln County coach Chad Tipps watched seven or eight game films on Page, trying to get familiar with the Lady Patriots since they’re both in the new District 8-AAA this season.
The Ravenwood Raptors boys basketball team (14-8, 3-2) captured a district win over the Summit Spartans (6-13, 0-3) at home on Friday night, 57-41.
The Ravenwood Lady Raptors (12-6, 3-0) withstood a 13-point comeback late in the fourth quarter by the Summit Lady Spartans (10-9, 2-1), holding on to win at home, 59-55, on Friday night.
The state’s best bowlers gathered at the Smyrna Bowling Center on Wednesday morning and afternoon to compete in the state semifinals and finals games.
Christ Presbyterian Academy shared Tuesday the appointment of football coach Ingle Martin as the school’s new Athletic Director.
Gaining the upper hand in the first installment of the “Battle of Franklin” Friday night, the Franklin Admirals boys basketball team (16-4, 1-0) tallied their first district victory this season on the road, 69-61, against the Centennial Cougars (9-6, 1-1).
The Franklin Lady Admirals (11-5, 1-0) persevered in overtime and gutted out a win over the Centennial Lady Cougars (4-8, 0-2) on the road in the “Battle of Franklin” Friday night, 42-39.
The Brentwood Academy Eagles (16-0, 3-0) kept their perfect record in tact against the Father Ryan Irish (11-5, 0-2) on Tuesday night at home, 72-47.
The Father Ryan Irish girls basketball team (7-1, 2-0) played spoiler on the road, defeating the Brentwood Academy Lady Eagles 36-23 (12-3, 2-1) Tuesday night.
While he wasn't on the field Monday night, former Franklin Road Academy defensive tackle Tymon Mitchell still had a hand in bringing a national title to Athens.
The Brentwood Bruins basketball team (6-3) notched an important non-conference win at home against the Nolensville Knights (6-7), 60-37.
Stout defense and sharp shooting against the Nolensville Lady Knights (6-6) helped Brentwood Lady Bruins (10-5) secure a strong non-conference victory 51-32 Tuesday night at home.
Master Teague III graduated from Ohio State in August, so there wasn’t much left for the redshirt junior running back to accomplish with the Buckeyes.
Two seniors at Battle Ground Academy signed letters of intent on Dec. 17 to continue playing sports in college next year: Kennedy Price and Jessi Meghreblian, per a release.
Firing on all cylinders and executing their game plan, the Ravenwood Raptors (6-3) surged ahead to win 64-43 in a difficult shooting night for Franklin (7-3) Friday night.
A late surge by the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (5-3), produced a satisfying home court win against the Franklin Lady Admirals (6-4) Friday night, 53-44.
The TSSAA announced today that the TSSAA Division II BlueCross Basketball State Championships will return to Hooper Eblen Center on the campus of Tennessee Tech University in 2022, per a release.
The Summit Spartan’s Destin and Keaten Wade signed their letter of intent to make Kentucky their football home on Wednesday afternoon in the Summit High School Library.
Several Middle Tennessee high school football stars took advantage of the NCAA’s early signing day on Wednesday as 12 of the state’s top-ranked recruits signed their national letters of intent.
Vanderbilt finished with its second-best recruiting class and Tennessee flipped a four-star running back from SEC rival Auburn to end an eventful 2022 early signing day.
Relying on offensive depth to power their team to victory, the Brentwood Bruins boys basketball team (4-1) won convincingly over the Nolensville Knights (4-4) in Nolensville on Friday night, 58-41.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins basketball team (5-3) executed in all facets of play with a commanding 71-42 victory over the Nolensville Lady Knights (4-3).
The Centennial Cougars boys basketball team (6-1) tallied a strong non-district win at home Tuesday night against the Summit Spartans (2-4), winning 55-46.
The Summit Lady Spartans' (6-3) high-powered offense helped them secure a commanding win over the Centennial Lady Cougars (4-2) 52-24 on the road Tuesday night.