Rutherford County has been lucky during the last three years by having some of the best girls high school basketball action in the nation.
Every team I've ever seen was a work in progress. Usually, as practice time and game minutes mount, teams get better, assuming no injuries and no major outside distractions
The 38 bowl games were selected last week, and 76 college football teams will spend the holidays preparing for one more game this season.
Millions of Americans, myself included, love predictions and forecasts.
Central Magnet School has only been around for five years, and several great athletes have already made history in the short time of the program.
The biggest high school football rivalry in Rutherford County faced off last Friday night with Oakland defeating Blackman 20-9 in the quarterfinals of the TSSAA State Playoffs.
More than 16 years ago, Eagleville basketball coach and athletic director (now principal) Bill Tollett got the idea to begin a youth basketball program at Eagleville, a K-12 school, and to have Rockvale Elementary School join them.
Despite what you haven't read elsewhere, basketball has begun and hundreds of hoopsters are playing at numerous levels all over the county
Thousands of veterans from all military branches were honored during MTSU's football game against Florida Atlantic.
This is our last year under this football playoff plan, but what about 2015 and beyond?
The MTSU women's soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Conference USA tournament in Charlotte a couple of weeks ago, while a couple of local high school teams made it to the state tournament last month here in Murfreesboro.
After a few Saturdays at MTSU's Jones Field looking at the greatly changed football field, I was excited about the Murphy Center changes.
The local high school and MTSU women's cross country teams brought home championships last weekend.
We celebrate a big event next week, and it could extend through the entire basketball season. So you know this is huge.
In an era in which the marching band is being slowly replaced by arena music through a computer during football games, some of the bands here in Rutherford County are proving that they still play an important role in high school sports.
The MTSU football team is on a well-deserved week off after starting the 2014 season with eight consecutive games.
In front of a large crowd, on a sun-drenched field on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at Siegel High, Rock Springs coach Keith Stephenson did something I don't think anyone has done before.
Each week in high school and college football, teams are putting up an unprecedented number of points. Teams are frequently scoring 30, 40 even 50 points a game and losing. I said losing.
The 2014 NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup is heating up in more ways than one.
The MTSU women's basketball team does not rebuild. Instead, the Lady Raiders reload as the 2014-15 squad has to replace six seniors, including the school's all-time leading scorer and rebounder in Ebony Rowe.
Joining the Blue Raider Athletic Assn (BRAA) was the right thing for my wife and I to do almost 14 years ago. It's a great way to support MTSU student athletes, many of whom are far from home, and to support all of MTSU's 17 sports.
Registration is open for the 4th Annual Special Kids Race presented by Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & Surgicenter (MMC) to be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015, at MMC in Murfreesboro.
High School football is heading toward the finish line. Under the TSSAA playoff plan, which will, naturally, be changed very soon, all games are important to somebody.
Currently, MTSU is the middle of the football season, but basketball season is right around the corner as season tickets went on sale last week for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams.
On a trip to Ohio this past summer, I watched a sports report that showed a opossum wandering around a Columbus minor league baseball game.