HENDERSONVILLE — Cade Martin scored a game-high 25 points in Gallatin’s 64-58 win over host Hendersonville High School Friday night, helping improve the Green Wave to 3-1 in District 10-AAAA and 11-8 overall.
Willie Walton helped Lipscomb Academy seal a comeback victory, and the home gymnasium was in a frenzy over it.
Several Nashville-area high school football players have been named All-State by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
SHACKLE ISLAND — Beech opened the fourth quarter on a 15-3 run and never looked back as their five point lead after three quarters ballooned to 57-40 just three minutes into the final frame.
SHACKLE ISLAND — Beech senior guard Bri Ellis torched the net Tuesday night, scoring a career-high 35 points, including eight 3-pointers, en route to a 74-53 victory over Gallatin on Boots Scott Court.
The Gallatin Green Wave separated themselves from the visiting Station Camp in the third quarter on Friday, hitting seven 3-pointers on the way to a 62-49 District 10-AAAA win.
It’s been almost a month since the NCAA early signing period for football ended and two months since the initial signing period for basketball and all other sports opened.
Bobby Luna paced the sideline in his Nashville Predators jersey. He admits the jersey isn’t his, but there was no way he and his team would be left on the sidelines not honoring Jerry Landers.
GALLATIN — A sad night got a little brighter Tuesday evening at Gallatin High School as fans in attendance wore bright yellow Nashville Predators gear to honor the late Jerry Landers.
The Beech Lady Bucs used a trapping press to turn a halftime deficit into a 69-58 win on the road over the Station Camp Lady Bison on Tuesday in the first District 10-AAAA game of the season for both teams.
GALLATIN – The Beech Buccaneers improved to 20-0 on the season with a 57-48 road win over the Station Camp Bison on Tuesday in the district schedule opener for both teams.
Gallatin principal Dr. Ron Becker described girls basketball coach Jerry Landers as a man who had his priorities in order. He loved his God, family and the Gallatin High School community.