NASHVILLE - Rap music blared over the loudspeakers as coaches barked out orders to the Vanderbilt football team at the John Rich Practice Facility during a recent workout. Fortunately for Kyle Anderton and his Commodore teammates, a bit of a breeze provided some relief from the August heat. The former Station Camp star is among over 100 Vanderbilt athletes competing for playing time this fall. He wouldn't have it any other way.
SPRINGFIELD - The Gallatin Green Wave squashed a late rally by the Springfield Yellow Jackets on Friday to preserve a 35-28 victory on the road and even their record at 1-1.
Coffee County's Alontae Taylor is about as good of an athlete as there is in the state of Tennessee.
Positive carryover. Two words that hopefully translate into good things for the Wilson Central football this fall.
Head coach Brad Dedman saw his team lose three straight to close out the 2015 regular season, only to rally in the TSSAA postseason and eliminate a pair of higher-seeded teams on the road.
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