GALLATIN — Ben Ogan stepped to the free throw line and calmly sank two free throws in overtime to put the Bison up by four, 53-49, with only a few seconds remaining.
As I watched the final seconds tick off the scoreboard on Paul Decker Field at Hendersonville High School, I realized I wouldn’t be cold the rest of the year covering sports in Sumner County.
East Nashville, Green Hill, Memphis Academy of Health Sciences and Pigeon Forge will each make history when they play in their first quarterfinal games on Friday.
BRENTWOOD – Andrew Southard booted the football so high and deep that the celebration was on before it even landed somewhere in the trees that line the parking lot at Carlton Flatt Field.
It’s time to look into the crystal ball and forecast results for Nashville-area high school football second-round playoff games.
Green Hill and West Ridge high schools are four hours and almost 300 miles away from each other, but despite that distance, their football programs have a lot in common.