Monday morning marked the first official day Tennessee high school football teams took the field in full pads. Beech, Gallatin, Hendersonville, and Station Camp were among many teams across the state that took advantage of milder morning temperatures by taking the field early.
Sheridan Allen nearly walked away from the game of softball early in her high school career.
Allen and the University of Tennessee are certainly glad she didn't. Over the weekend, the Volunteer State Community College outfielder and former Beech High School player officially committed to continue playing softball for UT.
When Tom and Susan Scholato make plans to attend a football game next fall, they won't have to decide which son they want to watch.
On Monday, Station Camp senior Hunter Scholato announced that he will be joining older brother Gunnar Scholato at Austin Peay State University.
HENDERSONVILLE -- The Beech football team continued its preseason by hosting McGavock and White House-Heritage for a 7-on-7 workout last Thursday evening.
The Buccaneers opened the action with a win over McGavock, but later fell to the Raiders in a rematch. Beech also tied White House Heritage before allowing a go-ahead score as time expired in their second game against the Patriots.
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