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The 2019 Main Street All-Montgomery County team is led by a number of Rossview Hawks, Montgomery Central Indians and Clarksville Wildcats, whose head coach was named Coach of the Year. 

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It’s true that all quarters count the same. 20 points in the first quarter is the same as 20 points in the third. However, sometimes, the final period can mean more and go a longer way to securing a victory.

Already winners over West Creek and Northwest, the Gallatin Lady Green Wave left yet another Clarksville team with a loss, this time beating the Clarksville Lady Wildcats 53-35 on Monday.

For the first time all season there is a team different than Oakland in the top spot of the Main Street Preps Top 25 High School Football Poll.

CLARKSVILLE - The 2018-19 10-AAA champion Rossview Lady Hawks didn’t skip a beat Tuesday, Dec. 3 against West Creek, even without head coach Justin Woods.

The Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars overcame a slow start to Monday’s game against the Jo Byrns Lady Red Devils and picked up a 59-44 road victory.

Five Clarksville High School athletes – including four softball players – officially committed to playing college sports in front of a packed crowd on Friday in the school cafeteria.

Despite getting to the free throw line 33 times on Tuesday, the Clarksville Wildcats dropped their season opener to the Dickson County Cougars 74-63 at home.

GALLATIN - Better execution down the stretch allowed Station Camp to pull out a close 52-47 victory over region foe Kenwood Tuesday night at home. 

GALLATIN - Lady Bison senior standout Faith Eubank notched a double-double in her team’s 62-44 victory over visiting Kenwood Tuesday night. 

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.

PARIS—Friday night’s postgame was the longest huddle of the season for the Clarksville Wildcats. After a somber, heartfelt message from coach Isaac Shelby, several seniors stood with tears in their eyes to express their gratitude for their teammates, trying to put into words just exactly how much the team meant to them.