The first thing Scott Wells remembers about that Super Bowl 10 years ago is how cold it was the week before the game.
Noah Josey was still in eighth grade and living in Murfreesboro when his family set up prospective visits at Nashville-area private high schools.
Another product of the Williamson County area is making his mark in the world of college football, in a particularly strange season to boot.
The Brentwood Academy Eagles football team (11-1, 5-0) ended their season Friday night at home losing to defending champion McCallie (9-3, 3-2) in the Division II AAA state semifinal playoffs, 28-18.
The third friday in November football is upon us, which gives semifinals for some WillCo teams and quarterfinals for others.
Five Williamson County-area football players will head to Nissan Stadium next month as finalists for the 2020 edition of the TSSAA's Mr. Football awards.
Down 21-3 at the end of the first quarter, the Brentwood Academy Eagles football team completed a comeback win over the Pope John Paul Knights 34-31 on Friday night at home in the D-II AAA quarterfinal playoffs.
We've got one round of the 2020 Williamson County football playoffs in the books, and the second week features major marquee matchups.
The 2020 football regular season has come and gone, and the TSSAA is gearing up for the fall's Mr. Football awards.
Former Brentwood Academy quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall has spent two years in Clarksville with Austin Peay, but he will be playing his last two years elsewhere.
Williamson Home Page's fan-voting Football Player of the Week feature is ongoing for week 10. Players this week are from Ravenwood High, Franklin High, Independence High, Brentwood Academy, Brentwood High.
The Brentwood Academy Eagles football (9-0, 4-0) defeated region rival Ensworth (2-5, 0-3) 16-7 Friday night to secure the number one seed and home field advantage until the state championship game.
Williamson Home Page's fan-voting Football Player of the Week feature is ongoing for week 9. Players this week are from Ravenwood (2), Father Ryan, Nolensville, Battle Ground Academy, Brentwood High.
The Brentwood Academy Eagles football team (8-0, 3-0) defended their home turf on senior night to defeat fierce rival the Montgomery Bell Academy Big Red (3-2, 2-1) 24-14 Friday night.
BGA (3-4) and FRA (1-4) haven’t had the greatest starts to the year. Both teams have had to cancel games due to COVID-19 and have had to deal with some roster turnover after losing a lot of seniors.
Brentwood Academy (7-0) and Montgomery Bell Academy (3-1) will face off this Friday in their annual region rivalry game, always one of the headline prep football contests in the fall.
A strong fourth quarter helped the Brentwood Academy Eagles stay perfect on the year at home against Knoxville Catholic, 27-21.
The sixth week of the Williamson County football season approaches, with October football and, believe it or not, the playoffs, approaching.