Grace Christian Academy will probably get to play in one last soccer tournament after all.
Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham announced on Tuesday that the city would allow for league and team practices to resume at city parks for non-contact sports.
Ravenwood coach Matt Daniels is optimistic there will be a football season as Tennessee gradually reopens its economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
As this unusual academic year draws to a conclusion, the TSSAA is recognizing the more than 3,000 students who participated in three or more sports during the 2019-20 school year.
Williamson County Schools' Athletic Director Darrin Joines joins us to discus the county's athletics in a COVID-19 reality and what the future may hold.
After making it to the Class AAA semifinals the past two seasons, Naseem Abusalim thought Brentwood might win another state title in soccer this season.
Taylor Penning walks by Summit’s softball field about once a week, thinking about how she should be out there playing with her teammates.But the Summit senior, more than most players in Williamson County, knows just how dangerous the coronavirus pandemic is in the U.S.Her great uncle, Gary L…
The COVID-19 pandemic canceled the Simmons Bank Open for the Snedeker Foundation, which was scheduled to take place this past weekend, but that doesn’t mean the Foundation will go empty-handed with its fundraising efforts.
The Los Angeles Rams dipped into the Middle Tennessee talent pool in the 2020 NFL draft, taking former Ravenwood receiver Van Jefferson in the second round and former Ensworth tight end Brycen Hopkins in the fourth round.
Grace Christian Academy boys basketball standout Mason McKnatt might be done with his days with the Lions, but the record books are still making notes.
Column by Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Bernard Childress, Executive Director of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.
Deni Ismailovic is starting his high school coaching career during a global pandemic in the state’s toughest district.
Nolensville coach Chris Ladd will always wonder what would have happened if the state basketball tournament had continued.
After spending roughly a month trying to find an avenue to continue remaining sporting activities this spring, the TSSAA has decided to cancel them altogether for the school year.
While most of us are catching up on sleep and plowing through Netflix binges as quarantine drags on, Ravenwood alums Seth and Chris Rowland are working on making lifelong dreams come true.
The 2020 NFL Draft is still on schedule, though virtually, leaving a new group of Williamson County prospects hoping to latch on in the NFL.
Lipscomb Academy head coach and former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer has been working with NFL draft prospect Tua Tagovailoa on Lipscomb’s campus in the weeks leading up to the draft.