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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.

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By GRANT LEDGISTER  It took some time for the scoring to get started, but once it started raining for Page, it poured, en route to a 38-6 victory over host Fairview and its third straight Battle of 840 win Friday night. In the first half, neither team was able to make much happen offensively as …

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STORY BY KEVIN WARNER | PHOTO BY DEB SCALLY The Fairview High School Yellowjackets (11-2) come into 2019 as the three-time defending Region 6-3A champions but will have to replace a lot of talent from last year’s team to make another playoff run. Big contributors like the wildly athletic Mr. Football finalist and Tennessee Sports …

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A former Ravenwood baseball assistant and coaching veteran has taken on a new assignment in the county. Former Raptors assistant Dominic “Nico” Gregali is the new head coach for Fairview High School’s baseball team. “We are excited about our hire of Coach Gregali and are looking forward to the knowledge and passion he brings to …

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After a stellar soccer season that ended in a state tournament berth, Fairview junior Brandon Parrish has received a state-best honor. Gatorade has named him the 2018-19 Tennessee Boys Soccer Player of the Year, a first for a Yellow Jacket. “The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic …

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By CHIP CIRILLO  Focus, focus, focus – that was the message for Fairview the past few days. It seemed to pay off as the Yellow Jackets posted a 3-0 win at Nolensville in a Region 6-AA semifinal on Tuesday night. Fairview (14-3-1) rebounded from a disappointing loss to Sycamore in the District 12-AA championship flour …

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BY CORY WOODROOF After a job well done in raising food for a good cause, Fairview High School got to bask in a little bit of the NFL Draft limelight, all while still doing a job well done for a good cause. The Yellow Jackets descended on Nissan Stadium Wednesday morning to participate in the …