The Siegel Lady Stars softball team handed the Blackman Lady Blaze their first District 7-AAA loss of the season with a 4-2 win at home Tuesday night.
Siegel's baseball team (11-7, 6-5) took a 3-2 victory over the Oakland Patriots (11-6, 4-4) Wednesday night at Oakland to win their District 7-AAA series.
Blackman's softball team (11-4, 5-0) remained atop the District 7-AAA standings as they run-ruled the Oakland Lady Patriots (9-3-1, 2-2) 11-1 Tuesday in five innings on the road.
Riverdale's baseball relied on big arms for two big wins over Siegel in this week’s district play, but dropped a 5-1 decision in the series finale against Siegel on Wednesday night.
Smyrna's baseball team defeated the La Vergne Wolverines 8-5 on the road on Wednesday night to improve to 6-7 overall and 5-4 in District 7-AAA play.
With 33 goals and 46 points, Ravenwood’s Liam Hussey was named the Main Street Preps GNASH Player of the Year. Hussey finished the season as the league’s leading scorer.
Eagleville's boys state championship run came to an end Friday in the Class A semifinal with a 76-63 loss to Columbia Academy at MTSU's Murphy Center.
Lindy King, who has been the head girls basketball coach at Stewarts Creek the past four seasons, has accepted the position at the new Rockvale High School that will open its doors in August.
Oakland's basketball season came to an end with a heartbreaking 50-47 overtime loss to the Brentwood Bruins in the state quarterfinals Thursday at MTSU in the Murphy Center.
Riverdale's baseball team routed the Stewarts Creek Red Hawks on the road 12-3 Wednesday to get a home-and-home series sweep in the series.
Riverdale Lady Warriors fell short of a fourth consecutive state title with a 78-72 double overtime loss to Houston in a rematch of last year’s state title game.
Eagleville's Lady Eagles season came to a screeching halt after squandering a double-digit first half lead in the TSSAA Class A State quarterfinals Thursday night.
NASHVILLE – The Pearl-Cohn Firebirds (17-10) dominated in their 65-41 victory over the Central Magnet Tigers (20-13) on Monday night, claiming a spot in the Class AA state tournament in Murfreesboro.