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The 2019 Williamson County playoffs roll on after a chilly first week of play, and we've got some excitement yet to come for who's left standing.
The Summit Spartan’s (8-2) went on the road and beat a stout Gallatin Green Wave (9-1) in the first round off the 5A state playoffs 27-14 Friday night.
At the start of the third quarter of Christ Presbyterian Academy’s first round playoff game against the Knox Webb Spartans, Lions wide receiver Maverick Rodriguez asked to go into the game on defense.
Not even the late decision to hit the road for a budgeted home game slowed down the Ravenwood Raptors’ high-flying attack.
FRA went up against out-of-state division opponent Northpoint Christian at home as the first round of the D-II AA playoffs began Friday night at home.
Williamson County football fans will get one last chance to see some of their favorite players and coaches in action this year.
The 2019 Williamson County football playoffs are officially underway, and the WillCo teams set to participate now know their first-round opponents for the start on Friday, Nov. 8.
During his post-game speech, Matt Daniels reminded his team that one of their goals was to go 10-0 during the regular season.
BGA traveled to Lipscomb Academy tonight as both first-year coaches were looking to end the year on a win. For Lipscomb Academy, it was all about securing home field advantage with a win.
Centennial (3-7, 1-4 reg.) came close to spoiling Brentwood’s (8-2, 5-0 reg.) perfect division record, but the Bruins were able to play clean for long enough to outlast the Cougars in the final regular season game of each team’s season, winning 24-19.
On a night honoring the Class of 2020 as well as longtime special teams coach Ken Curtis, Franklin Rebels senior Guy Lipscomb found the perfect way to pay tribute to both on the very first play of the night.
With the weather and muddy conditions making things hard for teams all over the county, Ravenwood High School has announced a change in venue for its upcoming football game with Independence.
If there was any silver lining to come of their rough start on a rainy night, it was that the Ravenwood Raptors were fortunate to only allow two points following a series of miscues.
A rainy Friday night matched the second-half downpour of points for Brentwood Academy in a 30-20 comeback win against visiting Ensworth.
It’s not hard to comprehend how Ravenwood’s football team is currently 7-1 on the season, especially with players like Reggie Grimes II lining up for them.
It’s no secret that Brentwood’s high-powered offense runs through quarterback Cade Granzow. Still, the Rebels defense had no answer for how to stop the junior dual-threat quarterback.
Even though we’re getting close to playoff football here in Williamson County, there’s still room for one of the better rivalries going to have its say.