The sixth week of the Williamson County football season approaches, with October football and, believe it or not, the playoffs, approaching.
The weather may be turning cool, but that did not keep the Summit Lady Spartans volleyball team (14-3, 8-1) and the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (9-6, 5-4) from playing in a heated match in five sets.
As we end Week 5 in Williamson County football, let's take a look at how some of this week's games went.
River Katina and Connor Repass have known each other for years, going back to their time with the Franklin Cowboys in youth football.
The Ravenwood Lady Raptors and Independence Lady Eagles played hard to a tie Thursday night at Indy's place, but just getting to this point in the season is a win for both teams.
The Williamson County football season is officially reaching its halfway point, with Week 5's games promising some of 2020's most exciting contests yet.
A limited number of fans will be allowed inside Nissan Stadium for future Titans’ home games, the team confirmed on Thursday morning. The Tennessean first reported the news Wednesday evening.
For casual race fans, it will be a three-day festival filled with food, music and open-wheel racing. For die-hard racing fans, it could be one of the most anticipated races on the 2021 IndyCar Series schedule.
From 5:32 in the first quarter to 0:17 left in the fourth quarter, Tennessee Titans kicker Stephen Gostkowski was the team’s scapegoat — having missed three field goals and an extra point.
On paper, the Independence Eagles and Blackman Blaze appeared to be evenly matched. However, on the field Friday night, Independence was the superior team and it wasn’t even really close.
Despite the uncertain offseason, we are approaching the halfway point of the Williamson County football season.
The Brentwood High School volleyball team isn't used to getting such a push in district play, but it got one from Summit Tuesday night at SHS.
Nearly one month after firing former “Wake Up Zone” hosts Kevin Ingram and Mark Howard, 104.5 The Zone/WGFX-FM has hired a familiar face to join its overhauled morning show.
The third week of Williamson County football is in the books, and some of the week's away games have decisions favoring county schools.
Independence played Centennial on the road Friday night under the lights on a cool summer night after a lot of delays and cancellations in the first couple of weeks of prep football due to storms.
With more than 320 yards rushed, the Summit Spartans saw a blowout game Friday against the Columbia Central Lions, with an impressive final score of 35-0.