The TSSAA state football playoffs are down to the final round. A number of local teams made it to championship weekend, which takes place in Chattanooga starting on Thursday and continuing through Saturday.
The Page Patriots are headed back to the Class 5A state championship game after winning 27-24 at Henry County on Friday night in Paris, Tennessee.It was the second consecutive year that Page (12-2) defeated Henry County (11-3) in the state semifinals after winning 56-52 at home last season.Q…
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to the semifinal round for the public schools, while the private schools have the week off ahead of championship weekend. A handful of local squads are still in contention as the numbers dwindle down. Let's take a look at this Friday night's playoff…
Week three of the TSSAA state playoffs proved to be an exciting one, with several games coming down to the final play.
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to the quarterfinal round for the public schools and the semifinals for the private schools on Friday night. Several local squads are still in contention as the numbers dwindle down.
The Page High School Patriots football team survived a back-and-forth battle with the Mount Juliet High School Golden Bears, 42-39, to secure a berth in the TSSAA 5A quarterfinals Friday night.
Colin Hurd grew up playing on both sides of the ball–but deep down, he’s a quarterback at heart. He always has been.
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to round two of the public schools and the quarterfinals for the private schools on Friday night. Only a few WillCo squads are hosting this week, while several had to hit the road for their matchup.
Everything that could go right did go right for the Page Patriots as they trounced the visiting Green Hill Hawks 48-21 in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs on Friday night.
It's playoff time, in Tennessee! The first round of the TSSAA state playoffs kicks off on Friday night, and a number of local schools are hosting, while several more are hitting the road.
This week marked the final games of the regular season, so playoff berths and bids were on the line throughout Williamson County. With playoff implications hanging in the balance, several players stepped up to earn Player of the Week nominations. Vote on this week's Player of the Week below,…
The final weekend of the regular season is in the books. Playoff berths and seeds were on the line throughout Williamson County.
It's the final week of the high school football regular season, which means playoff berths and seeding are on the line across Williamson County.
A pair of second quarter touchdown runs by Independence running back Tre’ Hartwell made all the difference as the Eagle defense pitched a 13-0 shutout at Page on Friday.
Week 10 of the high school football season features the return of Williamson County teams to the gridiron after a bye week to recuperate, rest, and heal.
The Friday Night Lights truly shone at their brightest on Friday night in Nolensville as the Knights prevailed 27-21 over Page in overtime in a clash of the last two undefeated teams in Williamson County.
The Williamson County Game of the Week for Week 8 pits a pair of ranked, undefeated teams when Class 5A No. 2 Page (7-0) visits No. 5 Nolensville (7-0) with kickoff set for 7 p.m.
As area schools got back to district play this week, plenty of Williamson County and Nashville-area schools found themselves in close battles.
Week 7 of the high school football season features most schools getting deep into the district portion of their schedule, with several of the Williamson County teams taking on one another.
After three days of voting, it's time to reveal the winner of the week 6 Williamson Medical Center Player of the Week poll. Three of the five nominees received at least 23% of the vote in what was a close race. In the end, Page running back Ethan Cunningham came away as the winner with nearl…
Week 6 of Williamson County football featured a number of big wins and standout performers 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…
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.
Another week of Williamson County and Nashville-area football is in the books. Some teams remained undefeated, while others dropped important games.
Week 5 of the high school football season is here, and the slate features a number of top-notch matchups.
Week 4 of Williamson County football featured a number of big wins and standout performers 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 fo…
Another week of WillCo football is done, and several big wins were registered across the area. Unlike last weekend, the game's will not be weather-delayed into Saturday and Sunday.
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.
It was a long night for week three of Williamson County high school football as weather delays caused many games to both start and finish late and some were called early.
The Page High School Patriots moved to 2-0 on the season after a hard-fought 28-17 win over Franklin High School Friday night.
The high school football season got started with an exciting week one slate, and week two is sure to bring even more fireworks.
Week one of Williamson County football brought some exciting results. It was tough to whittle down the choices for Player of the Week to just five, but these five players stood out just a little above the many candidates. Vote on this week's Player of the Week below, and check back for a w…
With seven seconds to go in the contest, the Page Patriots football team (13-1) completed an erasure of multiple deficits to the Henry County Patriots (9-6) and captured the 5A state semifinal win, 56-52, at home Friday night.
A stout defensive performance by the Page High School Patriots at Green Hill Friday night put them just one win away from a birth in the TSSAA 5A State championship.
The Page High School Patriots withstood a fourth-quarter comeback bid to defeat the Nolensville High School Knights 20-15 and punch their ticket to the 5A quarterfinals Friday night.
The Page High School Patriots advanced to the second round of the TSSAA 5A playoffs after 34–14 victory over Wilson Central High School Wildcats Friday night.
The Page High School Patriots remained perfect on the season after defeating region foe Nolensville High School 40-22 on Senior Night.
First-time 5A-6 Nolensville Knights and Page High School football teams will face off Friday night at Page High School.
The 2021 season didn’t have the greatest start for the Page Patriots football team. In the first game against Fairview, the Patriots lost its starting quarterback and Colorado State commit Jake McNamara to injury in the first half.