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.
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.
With more than 320 yards rushed, the Summit Spartans saw a blowout game Friday against the Columbia Central Lions, with an impressive final score of 35-0.
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.
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.
Ravenwood coach Matt Daniels is optimistic there will be a football season as Tennessee gradually reopens its economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
Though the ongoing sports drought continues in response to the coronavirus, we've still got Williamson County recruiting to keep tabs on.
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.