It was a memorable season for the Mustangs of Lipscomb Academy last year as they made it all the way to the state championship game.
The Fairview Yellow Jackets continue to generate buzz as they try to reclaim first place in the 3A division regular season after finishing the 2020 season at 7-4 (4-1).
The stage was set as Williamson County’s finest athletes and coaches previewed their football seasons and the move-up to new divisions at MaFIAoza’s restaurant at the Factory in Franklin on Wednesday night.
While the upcoming school year certainly looks much different than last year, COVID-19 is still an issue that member schools across the state will continue to deal with.
Franklin’s football and baseball teams are grieving after losing Will Cherry, who died Tuesday after sustaining injuries in an ATV accident three days earlier.
When Will Hester was in seventh or eighth grade, he hunted rabbits with pellet guns in a field where Ravenwood High School now stands.
The lights shined brightly on the red carpet Tuesday night at The Factory at Franklin as some of the best athletes and coaches in Williamson County were honored for their hard work in the 2020-2021 season.
Ron Crawford hopes his legacy will be a simple one as he leaves Brentwood to become the Christian Brothers defensive coordinator.
After 16 seasons leading the Bruins, longtime Brentwood football coach Ron Crawford is off to take on a new challenge.
Kentucky was the first school to offer the Wade twins a football scholarship and that’s where they ended up committing.
After finishing his career with Brentwood football, Walker Merrill wasted no time impressing the folks up on Rocky Top.
While the 2020-21 Tennessee State football season may not have given fans much to be excited about, the same can’t be said for next season.
After starting his NFL career on the Bay, Battle Ground Academy alum and quarterback C.J. Beathard will be heading to sunny Florida for his next stop.
Christ Presbyterian Academy linebacker Langston Patterson might've ended up leaving Nashville if a former Commodore hadn't returned to town.
Battle Ground Academy is introducing Legends Youth Leagues to host seasonal football, basketball and soccer leagues that are open to all students in the community.