It took nearly 800 emails and countless hours of training, but Clarksville High School’s Harrison Watts has actualized his goal of playing collegiate soccer.
The Clarksville Academy Cougars hosted the Davidson Academy Bears on Monday, May 3 with a higher seed in the Division II-A region tournament on the line.
Three Clarksville bowlers recently received awards from the Clarksville-Fort Campbell U.S. Bowling Congress Association.
Clarksville Academy’s middle school softball team wins it all in the TIAA tournament. In CA’s Cinderella story, these girls traded their glass slippers for cleats and hard work. This was no ordinary team or season.
Rossview High School hosted the Montgomery County 2021 track meet starting on April 28. Schools and athletes from across the county participated with over 350 athletes/programs placing in events.
While the final box score may not reflect it, Sycamore High School’s Tuesday night soccer match at Northwest was an embodiment of its season thus far.
Multiple Montgomery County athletes have been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s all-state teams, which have been rolling out over the past two weeks.
After losing 11-1 at home on Tuesday night to the Clarksville Wildcats, the Rossview Hawks wanted to head into their rival’s home and return the favor on Thursday.
A hat trick by senior Tarit Arangure backed by a stellar defensive performance led the Springfield Yellow Jackets to a 6-0 senior night victory over the visiting Montgomery Central Indians on Tuesday, April 20.
Clarksville Academy student Ayden Kujawa won a pair of tennis matches 8-0 last week, including recording a "golden match" by not allowing a single point to her opponent from Davidson Academy.
After a four-run first inning, it seemed like the Montgomery Central Lady Indians were going to cruise to a big victory over the Rossview Lady Hawks on Monday.
When former Clarksville High student and Vanderbilt pitcher Donny Everett tragically passed away in 2015, CHS baseball head coach Brian Hetland and the Wildcat community knew they wanted to keep the memory of the MLB prospect alive.