Hendersonville's Bryce Lewis will compete in the TSSAA Class AAA state golf tournament next week but he will do so alone.
Mt. Juliet--Though Beech forced a fifth set, their season came to an end Monday afternoon in a loss to Wilson Central.
Mt. Juliet--A miserable start for the Hendersonville Lady Commandos resulted in an District 9-AAA tournament opening round loss Station Camp Monday night.
Finding a team identity begins as early as winter workouts and as evident of last week's Region 6-5A contests, it seems as though both Beech and Station Camp have finally fount theirs.
HENDEROSNVILLE--Last week the Beech Lady Buccaneer soccer team honored seven seniors for their contributions to the soccer program. Joslyn Brinkley, Mackenzie Bryan, McCall Decker, Katherine Frank, Grace Landry, Kendall Burroughs and Samantha Waggoner were all given special recognition in their 3-1 win over visiting Merrol Hyde.
Following an intramural soccer game at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, former Hendersonville standout Darius Campbell landed in critical care.
GALLATIN--Tuesday night's match between District 9-AAA powerhouses needed penalty kicks to decide the victor. When the dust settled and Morgan Wettengel's shot found the back of the net, it was Hendersonville that claimed the regular season title, 3-2.
HENDERSONVILLE-For the first time since joining the TSSAA, the Hendersonville Christian Academy Lady Crusader volleyball team advanced to the regional tournament after defeating Donelson Christian Academy in three sets, 25-15, 25-19 and 25-21.
The A Summer County Knights kept their winning streak alive by defeating East Robertson County Saturday morning 33-12.
For the second-consecutive week, Tennessee has been doubly impressive to the Southeastern Conference.
The middle school football season wrapped Tuesday night with the Knox Doss Mustangs completely an undefated year and claiming the Sumner County championship title.
As the regular season nears its end and teams prepare for both their bye weeks and the postseason, Friday night's rivalry game between Hendersonville and host Gallatin is a must-win for both teams.
The Sumner County Cross Country meet took place Tuesday afternoon. With more than 200 participants from area middle and high schools, the event marked the conclusion of the regular season for high schools squads and the end of the season for middle school teams.
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