SMYRNA -- Elizabeth Coutta of Smyrna High School finished runner-up in the TSSAA Bowling Championships, defeating Stewarts Creek's Bricey Caudill in the semifinals at the Smyrna Bowling Lanes.
A pair of Middle Tennessee schools fell just shy of earning TSSAA state bowling championships Friday morning at the Smyrna Bowling Center.
Middle Tennessee Christian School split with BGA Thursday night as the girls had a strong performance in a 52-28 victory, while the boys got behind big and never could catch up in a 43-31 loss at MTCS.
SMYRNA -- Stewarts Creek's girls remained undefeated in District 7-AAA play whiile handing Riverdale its first league loss with a 67-56 victory Tuesday night.
MTSU's Lady Raiders saw their seven-game winning streak snapped Saturday after as Southern Mississippi won its first Conference USA game of the season, 69-61 at Murphy Center.
MTSU's first Conference USA road trip ended in disappointment as the Blue Raiders dropped both games at Southern Mississippi, 84-54 on Friday and 64-59 on Saturday.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. – It was all Golden Eagles on the first night of a two-game raod swing for MTSU Friday night as the home team ran away with an 84-54 win.MTSU failed to bring the same defensive intensity that helped it hold a high-scoring FIU offense to a season-low 56 points last Saturday…
A review by MTSU's human resources chief into Blue Raider Football's compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols found that head coach Rick Stockstill largely adhered to a plan "that considered the health and safety of the players and staff."
Baylor, Cleveland, Wilson Central, Christian Brothers and Bradley Central held steady as the top five teams in this week’s Tennessee High School Wrestling Coaches Poll.
Less than 24 hours removed from losing 68-55 to FIU in its Conference USA opener, MTSU's men flipped the script with a much-needed 67-56 victory on Saturday at Murphy Center.
Former MTSU quarterback Brent Stockstill has been named the new Blue Raiders wide receivers coach as announced by head coach Rick Stockstill Saturday.
Main Street Preps editors Russell Vannozzi and Zach Womble take a look back at the 2020 high school football season. They discuss the MSP All-Midstate team, review top moments of the year and give some way-too-early predictions for 2021. Listen below: