The 2020 Division II A and AA boys and girls golf state championships were held on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 12-13 in Manchester, Tenn. at the WillowBrook Golf Club.
The OVC has announced its 2021 spring football schedule. The conference season was delayed from Fall 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns, following suit with every other FCS conference. A handful of programs in the conferences opted out of the OVC season to play a full non-conference season in 2020.
The Clarksville Academy Cougars welcomed the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels to Simpson Field on Friday night. The game was a must-win for both teams as they looked to stay alive in the Division II-A West playoff race.
Coming off a bye week after their first loss of the season to Marshall County, the Springfield Yellow Jackets were hungry to get things back on track with an important region contest at home against Montgomery Central.
For the ninth consecutive season, the Clarksville Lady Wildcats have clinched their district championship. Their most recent success came on Friday in a 5-1 victory over the visiting Northeast Lady Eagles.
Despite being limited to eight players on Thursday night, the Clarksville Lady Wildcats were crowned District 13-AAA champions for the third consecutive year.
Something had to give on Thursday night when the Lipscomb Academy Mustangs visited the Rossview Hawks – two teams who entered the game on four-game winning streaks.
Rossview head volleyball coach Caitlin Lucas wasn’t sure what to expect when she accepted the position to become the leader of the Lady Hawks.
The No. 5 seeded West Creek Lady Coyotes met the top-seeded Clarksville Lady Wildcats on Wednesday with a trip to the District 13-AAA volleyball championship on the line.
The Clarksville Lady Wildcats and Rossview Lady Hawks faced off on Tuesday night with a trip to the District 13-AAA girls soccer championship on the line.
When the Rossview Lady Hawks and West Creek Lady Coyotes squared up in the regular season, the teams left the field wanting more after ending regulation deadlocked at two goals apiece.
The Montgomery Central Indians were unable to get anything going on offense during their Friday night game against the Greenbrier Bobcats, eventually falling 21-0.
Things were never going to go completely smoothly for everyone during the 2020 volleyball season while COVID-19 cast its shadow on the court, and the Northeast Lady Eagles were struck at the worst possible time.
The Kenwood Knights visited rival West Creek on homecoming and spoiled the party early behind strong performances from quarterback Jaylen Washington and running back Tishun Miles.
For the first time since 2006, the Rossview Hawks have defeated Mt. Juliet High School on the gridiron. The Hawks emerged victorious in their second region game of the season, defeating the Golden Bears 22-14.
A game that had a chance to be unforgettable in Montgomery County football lore will end up only fondly remembered by one side of the field that played it.