A schedule change has created one of the most exciting high school football matchups in many years for Williamson County.
After a few days of delay, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee officially signed Executive Order No. 55 Friday, clearing the way for contact sports this fall.
Fisher Anderson, a rising junior offensive tackle at Franklin High School, is already one of the most sought-after preps football players in the state.
After nearly a month of COVID-19-driven discussions, all high school sports, including football and girls soccer, now have the ability to begin contact activities after decisions from Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the TSSAA.
After weeks of anticipation as to what would happen with preps fall sports in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the TSSAA has decided to leave ultimate authority in Gov. Bill Lee's hands as to when they will begin.
Though the TSSAA has not decided the direction sports like football and girls soccer will go this fall, the organization has shared practice rules for all fall sports.
With uncertainty on whether football and soccer will be able to play on this fall, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has given the sports a word of support.
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.
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.
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 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.
Brentwood High School rising senior Thomas Day told the judges of America's Got Talent his favorite subject was football.
The Los Angeles Rams won't have to worry about top cornerback Jalen Ramsey being absent from the team this summer.
Ravenwood coach Matt Daniels is optimistic there will be a football season as Tennessee gradually reopens its economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Brentwood Academy began preseason conditioning for football on Wednesday, hoping that the season will go on as scheduled this fall despite the coronavirus pandemic.
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.