Scott Blade decided it was time to step away from football.
The Brentwood Bruins got their first region win of the season with a grind-it-out victory over the Independence Eagles, 20-17, Friday night.
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 Lipscomb Academy Mustangs (2-0) and Independence Eagles (1-1) faced off tonight in another Middle Tennessee non-district public vs. private matchup.
The Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions football team secured a statement win with their rushing attack as they played spoilers on the road, defeating the Independence Eagles 48-21.
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.
One of Williamson County's best football players has gotten college offers from some of the nation's best football programs.
The 2020 football regular season has come and gone, and the TSSAA is gearing up for the fall's Mr. Football awards.
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.
Not even a three-week delay and two postponements could deny the Independence Eagles from hitting their stride when it mattered most.
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.
Independence High School will be closed Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 2, due to an outbreak of COVID-19 among students and staff at the school.
The sixth week of the Williamson County football season approaches, with October football and, believe it or not, the playoffs, approaching.
River Katina and Connor Repass have known each other for years, going back to their time with the Franklin Cowboys in youth football.
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.
On paper, the Independence Eagles and Blackman Blaze appeared to be evenly matched. However, on the field Friday night, Independence was the superior team and it wasn’t even really close.
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.
With 17 seconds left, Summit quarterback Destin Wade hobbled back onto the field after missing three plays with a cramp in his lower left leg.
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.
Junior Colson, the Wade twins, Kyle McNamara, Walker Merrill, Eli Sutton and John Howse IV also get new offers from big-time programs.
Williamson County found itself aplenty on the Tennessee High School Football Coaches Association's 2019 teams for Classes 4A, 5A and 6A.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has recognized a handful of Williamson County football players for its yearly teams in Classes 4A, 5A and 6A.