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The 2019 All-Region 4-6A team has been announced. Hendersonville senior quarterback Drew Hohenbrink headlines the team as this year's Most Valuable Player. Commando head coach James Beasley earned Coach of the Year following a region championship.

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The first round of the 2019 playoffs is in the books and Summit moved into the top 10 after a 27-14 upset win over Gallatin. 

Following a 9-1 regular season, the Gallatin Green Wave enter the 2019 TSSAA Class 5A Playoffs as the number two seed out of Region 6. 

GALLATIN - After defeating Lebanon last week, the Wildcats needed just one win over region foe Station Camp Friday night to secure a 2019 playoff appearance. 

For the first time in Lady Wave soccer history, Gallatin advanced to the Class AAA Sectional round. 

Beech and Brentwood Academy both vaulted into the top 5 of the Main Street Preps High School Football Poll after big wins over rivals last week.

HENDERSONVILLE - The Region 6-5A Championship resides on Shackle Island following the Bucs 14-10 win over the Gallatin Green Wave Thursday night. 

Mr. Billy “Boots” Scott, age 77, of Hendersonville, Tennessee passed away October 15, 2019. 

McGavock senior Camille Cato (back row, sixth from left) was named to the All-District 10-AAA team recently. Pictured are Chely Vallejo with Hunters Lane, Cato, Hailey Burroughs and Abbey Harris with Beech, Emma Donley, Brianna Fitts, Holly Lee, Sierra Lee and Calista Rich with Gallatin, Briley Hitt, Cassidy Huoy, Katie Lombardi, Mary Allen McCormick and Elle Williams with Station Camp, Katie Bahn, Kendall Giles, Kylie Hargis, Allie Hines, Ameryn Hudgens, Georgia Perry and Reagan Tate with Hendersonville. 

Hendersonville – The Beech Buccaneers jumped out to a big lead and never looked back, coasting to a 55-7 win over county rival Station Camp.