After cruising past West Creek in the semifinals, the Rossview Hawks knocked off the defending champion Clarksville Wildcats in their own gym to take home the District 12-AAA title on Tuesday night.
With losses in five of their last seven games, the Rossview Hawks needed to come out strong on Monday against the Northwest Vikings. They did just that, earning a 73-47 victory.
The Austin Peay State women’s basketball team appeared to be in danger of losing a second half lead for the second consecutive game and losing their fourth straight.
Although the past few seasons have been far from kind to the Lady Yellow Jackets, Springfield High School continues to find a way to dominate at least one opponent in District 10-AAA.
A pair of Middle Tennessee schools fell just shy of earning TSSAA state bowling championships Friday morning at the Smyrna Bowling Center.
Basketball is a game of runs, and on Thursday night the Austin Peay State Governors did not have enough good streaks to outweigh the bad ones. Despite leading after each of the first three quarters, they fell to the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 66-61 at the Dunn Center.
With the most unconventional college football season on the horizon, the Ohio Valley Conference hosted their yearly media day on Tuesday through Zoom. Austin Peay State first-year head coach Scotty Walden and senior defensive back Kordell Jackson both spoke with the media regarding the state…
Heading into what may be their most difficult three-game stretch of the regular season, the Rossview High School girls’ basketball team has all the momentum that they could ask for.
Tuesday night was one of reunions at Northeast High School, where the Eagles defeated the Northwest Vikings 83-42 to earn their fourth straight win.
Episode 6 features Brady and Zach giving you their starting five boys and girls hoops team for Montgomery and Sumner Counties. The crew also hands out their Players of the Week Awards and gives you 2 games, 2 players and 1 winner for the week.
The Austin Peay State women’s basketball team had their five-game winning streak snapped in Martin, Tenn. against the Skyhawks on Thursday, Jan. 14 with a 69-53 loss.
Friday night’s battle between the two top guards in District 10-AAA did not disappoint: Clarksville’s JJ Wheat scored 20 points while Northwest’s Ametri Moss put up a game-high 22.
The Kenwood Knights were able to hold Northeast’s diverse offensive scheme to their lowest scoring output all season, but it wasn’t enough as the Eagles escaped with a 43-42 victory.