The 2019 football season is over, but region superlatives are still being doled out.
The Nolensville, Fairview and Spring Hill football teams have wrapped up their seasons, but region honors still await.
It’s been a banner year for Tennessee State’s Chris Rowland. The senior wide receiver finished sixth in the 2019 STATS FCS Walter Payton Award voting, which is given annually to the most outstanding offensive player in the Division I subdivision.
Doubt crept into Brian Coleman’s mind during his first year as Summit’s football coach when the Spartans suffered through a 0-10 season in 2014.
There were six semifinalists from Williamson County Schools that were invited to Nissan Stadium Monday for a luncheon and awards program to celebrate their accomplishments on the football field.
The Summit Spartans captured a first-ever 5A state title appearance at home Friday night, winning over the Dyer County Choctaws 27-20 in the semifinals round.
A Williamson County football alum got an honor from the OVC, and more middle Tennessee ties found themselves recognized for the conference's awards announcement.
As those who know Summit's football team well can attest, where there's a will, there's a Wade.
The Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions football team defeated the Lipscomb Academy Mustangs 24-7 at CPA Friday night for a chance to defend their D-II AA title.
Forget the turkey and pumpkin pie. For the first time in school history, Nolensville will be playing football after Thanksgiving, and they couldn’t be happier about it.
The marquee event of the 2019 Williamson County football season will be when the Brentwood Bruins and Ravenwood Raptors go at it again.
The 2019 Mr. Football race is tightening, and a handful of Williamson County football players made the cut to be finalists.
As familiar as are Ravenwood and Cane Ridge with one another, the latest entry far differed from any other in their longstanding rivalry as the Raptors sprint towards another all-too familiar foe.
Christ Presbyterian Academy quarterback Cade Law threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another to lead the Lions (6-6) to a 35-14 victory over Chattanooga Christian (7-4) in the D II-AA state quarterfinals.
On a three-touchdown night from sophomore Keaten Wade, the Summit Spartans secured the win to defeat district rival Page Patriots 28-3 on Friday night at Page High School.
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.