The Gallatin Martial Arts Center keeps winning. Grandmaster Spillmann’s youngest son Kurt has competed for years in traditional martial arts tournaments. He is fourth-degree black belt and a gold medalist in both Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and on June 10th, Spillmann won at Cage Wars…
2018 was another great year for boys soccer in Sumner County. The Station Camp Bison had another spectacular year, riding their deep roster all the way to their second straight Class AAA state title.
We are a few weeks removed from the final out of the softball season in Murfreesboro at Spring Fling. Since then, we at Main Street Media of Tennessee have poured over stats, records and coach nominations to bring you our All-Sumner Softball Team.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Junior Brett Neelly has had an eventful 2018 campaign for the Kansas State men's track and field team, placing second at the Big 12 Championships in the shot put, competing at the NCAA Championships and most recently, being named the Co-Big 12 men's track and field Scholar …
Three members of the Hendersonville/Station Camp hockey team competed in the Greater Nashville Area Scholastic Hockey (GNASH) senior game Friday at Ford Ice Center in Antioch.
The time has come for us at Main Street Media of Tennessee to release our 2018 All-Sumner County baseball team. Below are the superlatives for Player of the year, left-handed and right-handed Pitcher of the Year, as well as Best Bat and Coach of the Year. The All-Sumner selections are broken…
Station Camp senior, and University of Memphis commit, Atakelti Gebregzabher was named the Gatorade Tennessee boys soccer Player of the Year last Wednesday. AG is the first player in Station Camp history to receive the award and just the third Memphis recruit to do so.
GALLATIN - After winning back-to-back titles, Station Camp’s Tom Morand called it a career on Friday morning, announcing to his school and players he would step down immediately.
The 35th annual Green Wave Quarterback Club Ramble is back for a two-day run on Friday, June 8th and Saturday, June 9th. The two-man event will be held at the Gallatin Country Club, its home for the last 33 years.
Tennessee United Soccer Club is growing and is celebrating two new Division 1 state champions this week after 11 teams qualified for and competed in the 2017-18 TSSA State Cup tournament.
Gallatin Martial Arts brought home many first- and second-place trophies from the 4th Annual Music City Taekwondo Classic, hosted by Black Dragon TaeKwonDo on May 12th.
GALLATIN - The deciding factor as to where Station Camp senior soccer standout Christian Sanchez would spend the next four years of his life was made a month prior when his cousin and four-year keeper for the Bison, Alex Sanchez, inked with Lindsey Wilson College.
The inaugural Ali Tipton Memorial Golf Classic will tee off June 30, 2018 at Country Hills Golf Club. The four-person best-ball scramble is open to everyone and includes dinner following the event, an Even golf polo and a silent auction.
Jacob Telli, a 2015 graduate of Pope John Paul II High School, was named to the all-tournament for the NCAA Division III Central Region baseball tournament, held in Sauget, Illinois, May 17-21.
MURFREESBORO - A total of 17 Sumner County track and field athletes graced the stage in Murfreesboro this past week, competing in the TSSAA state championships.
Several JPII softball players earned awards following the end of the 2017-18 season. Caitlyn Brinkley was named the Defensive Player of the Year, Hannah Peach was given the Lady Knight award and Anna Wantz won the Silver Slugger award, as well as being named Pitcher of the Year.