With the month of July winding down, Sophia Schubert came to a crossroads last week. Actually, it was more like a fork in the road, a two-pronged fork, if you will.
As the start of another high school football season draws near, players and coaches are working hard to to beat the clock and be prepared for opening night — August. 17.
South Nashville swept their way through the Little League 12U State Championship Tournament, winning four games including the finale in convincing form.
When the U.S. Women’s Amateur gets underway on Aug. 6 at The Golf Club of Tennessee in Kingston Springs, five golfers from across Tennessee will be out to make the Volunteer State especially proud.
After finishing second in the Cal Ripken District Tournament and winning the State Tournament, the Bellevue Bruins had the chance to compete in the Southeast Regional in Jacksonville
Three guys in a van. It’s nothing like Two Men and a Truck. Except that they’re always on the move. Three guys in a van is one way to describe life as a minor league umpire.
Anyone whose immune system is running a bit low may want to avoid spending much time around Tony Kemp.
South Nashville South, the all-star 12U team from Williamson County had to survive wind, rain and a planned vacation to win its opening round ....
The Nashville Sounds upended the Oklahoma City Dodgers 8-5 Sunday night in front of 10,697 fans at First Tennessee Park to salvage ....
Lisa McPherson, wife of former Nashville Christian basketball coach Mike McPherson, tragically passed away on Thursday, July 12 after her long battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease.
For seven straight years the winners of the tough District 7 has gone on to capture the Tennessee Little League State Championship. If that holds true again this year, things look good....
The long journey to the summit was a challenging one, but for Tennessee SC 2003, the view from the top proved to be worth every bump, bruise and blister.
The Nashville Post 5 season came to an end this past weekend at the American Legion State Tournament. The state tournament got under way for the Warriors...
The Nashville Post 5 team made up of players from Nashville, Bellevue, Brentwood and Franklin participated in the State Championships this week
After an exciting playoff run that saw the Bellevue Bruins win the State Championship, the team is ready for Regional play that begins this week.
Melvin Mercedes provided the offensive heroics for the Nashville Sounds while Ben Bracewell was superb on the mound as the Sounds beat Omaha 5-4.
Nashville SC owned the ball, but not the goals as the club fell 1-0 to Charlotte Independence at Sportsplex at Matthews in Matthews, North Carolina.
Officials with The Golf Club of Tennessee are preparing for the biggest event since, well, since their beloved course was just a glint in her daddy’s eye.
For any young pitcher out there who may be hoping to jump on the fast track to the big leagues, Robbie Ray has a few words of advice: Slow down, pal.
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