Since the 1980s, the Martin name has been synonymous around Gallatin, earning their stripes in the dirt and on the hardwood representing Gallatin High School with the utmost class.
GLADEVILLE – Winners of each of the three races in next weekend’s NASCAR tripleheader at Nashville Superspeedway will receive one of the most unique trophies in the sport: a Sam Bass-designed Gibson guitar.
The Gallatin News, Hendersonville Standard and the Portland Sun, all under the Main Street Preps umbrella, is proud to announce the 2021 All-Sumner County baseball teams, recognizing standout performances from this season.
HENDERSONVILLE — Full Count Rhythm stayed unblemished on the young season Tuesday night with a 9-8 walk-off victory. Batts doubled to right center scoring three runs for the win, trailing 8-6 with Matthew Batts up to the plate.
Tennessee could join the short list of states offering girls high school flag football as a sanctioned sport, depending on the outcome of a pilot program expected to launch through the Tennessee Titans and Williamson County Sports Conference.
HENDERSONVILLE — Ohio Valley League’s newest team, Full Count Rhythm, has taken the league by storm to open the 2021 summer season. Now 3-0, the Rhythm defeated the Franklin Duelers, 5-4, in their home-opener on Sunday night at Drakes Creek Park in front of an estimated 500 fans.
The Wilson County Chapter of Friends of NRA, which for years won state and national acclaim for its robust fund-raising that supports local scholarships and grants, is on the verge of folding.
Drakes Creek Park, Field 3, will soon feature Middle Tennessee’s newest amateur baseball team, the Full County Rhythm. The first-year club kicks off its inaugural season on Friday, June 4, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, against the defending champion, Hoptown Hoppers of the Ohio Valley League. Their home-opener is set for July 6 against the Franklin Duelers.