The Pope John Paul II hockey team defeated the Tennessee Outlaws, 3-0, Friday night.
GALLATIN--There wasn't much left to the imagination in Friday night's District 9-AAA boys basketball home opener for Gallatin. The Green Wave outscored Portland in all four quarters and rolled to a 66-31 win to move to 6-1 on the season.
The end of the season just got a little sweeter for four area soccer players. A pair from both Hendersonville and Station Camp were recently selected to the Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State soccer teams.
GALLATIN--The Station Camp girls basketball team used a strong second half to defeat Beech, 50-35, in a district match-up last week.
GALLATIN--In their District 9-AAA home opener against Beech, Station Camp took a four-point game at halftime and blew the doors off it in the second for a 74-49 win.
Through the eyes of a retired Sumner County elementary school principal, hunger is a stark and saddening reality for local students. Principal Susie Turner recounts the story of a family of four children whose father had passed away and mother was unable to care for them. Their grandmother was keeping them instead, but Turner always worried about them during bad winter weather days.
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