Another week of Williamson County and Nashville-area football is in the books. Several team held homecoming festivities and lots of non-district matchups took place.
Week 6 of the high school football season is here, and the weekend schedule features a number of big-time matchups.
Centennial High School captured its first Region 7-6A victory of the season when the Cougars defeated the Summit High School Spartans 31-14 Friday night.
Week 5 of the high school football season is here, and the slate features a number of top-notch matchups.
The Centennial Cougars bounced back from a Saturday loss on just five days rest to dispatch the Antioch Bears 42-6 on the road Thursday night.
Week three of the high school football season was a tumultuous one that lasted until Sunday, but we're already looking ahead to week four's slate.
A 77-yard touchdown sprint by running back Tre' Hartwell with seven minutes remaining proved to be the difference as the Independence Eagles rushed away with a 17-14 win at Centennial Saturday afternoon.
Week three of the Williamson County high school football season is almost here, but it's time to reveal the winner of the week two Player of the Week poll.
The Independence Eagles football team will open region competition Friday night at 7p.m., traveling to the Centennial Cougars home field. This could be an early battle for playoff seeding in the Williamson County 6A region.
Week 2 of Williamson County football once again saw for some major wins across the area. As usual, it was tough to choose just five for Player of the Week, but these players made the cut as the week's best. Vote on this week's Player of the Week below, and check back for a winner on Thursday.
Week two of Williamson County high school football had another exciting group of outcomes. Let's take a look around the area at some of the results from this week's slate.
The high school football season got started with an exciting week one slate, and week two is sure to bring even more fireworks.
A fierce second-half comeback by Overton was not enough to claw out of a 28-0 halftime hole as the Centennial Cougars defeated the Bobcats 38-28 Friday night in Nashville.
The Centennial Cougars enter the 2022 campaign using last season’s heartbreak as motivation after just missing the playoffs by one game and finishing 6-4.
The Brentwood Bruins football team (6-4, 3-2) secured a signature victory on the road against the Centennial Cougars (6-4, 1-4) Friday night, 37-7.
In a big region matchup with pending playoff implications, the Brentwood High School Bruins football team will travel to the Centennial High School Cougars Friday night, as both teams look to snag one of two spots remaining in the 6A region 7 division.
After losing to Summit last week on the road, Ravenwood (6-2, 3-1) came back with an offensive explosion at home Friday night on Homecoming to give the Raptors a 52-7 win over the Centennial Cougars (5-3, 1-3).
For the first time since 2017, the Centennial Cougars football team (5-2,1-2) defeated the Franklin Admirals (1-7, 0-3) on Friday night 34-7 at home in the latest installment of the Battle of Franklin.
Independence High School took the opening kickoff for a touchdown against an upstart Centennial High School squad never looked back Friday night on the way to a 35-0 victory.
The first week of the 2021 Williamson County football season is in the books, with some wins, losses and big plays to mark the opening kickoff.
Centennial High School football lacks some of the size, speed and recent winning ways of many area teams, but they say they will not let that hold him back this season.
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.
The Franklin Admirals football team (3-4, 1-2) collected their first district win of the season against the Centennial Cougars (2-5, 1-3) on Homecoming night with a 41-20 victory Friday at home.
The sixth week of the Williamson County football season is behind us, and we've got select results to share with you from your favorite WillCo teams.
The sixth week of the Williamson County football season approaches, with October football and, believe it or not, the playoffs, approaching.
As we end Week 5 in Williamson County football, let's take a look at how some of this week's games went.
The Williamson County football season is officially reaching its halfway point, with Week 5's games promising some of 2020's most exciting contests yet.
Despite the uncertain offseason, we are approaching the halfway point of the Williamson County football season.
Independence played Centennial on the road Friday night under the lights on a cool summer night after a lot of delays and cancellations in the first couple of weeks of prep football due to storms.
Saturday took Friday night's job this week for finishing the second week of 2020 Williamson County prep football after storms put pause on the Thursday night weather reschedulings.
The Ravenwood and hosting Centennial football teams had to wait a little bit longer to get the season started, as the year's first game was delayed like many others around the area due to storms.
Bernard Childress is “cautiously optimistic” that everything will go O.K. as the high school football season opens in Tennessee during the coronavirus pandemic on Friday night.
This story has been updated as of Thursday, Aug. 20, with comment from Franklin High School.