Station Camp freshman Carter Ramthun and Hendersonville junior Lucy Sims have been named the 2019 Main Street Preps Sumner County Most Valuable Players, respectively.
Even though last Wednesday was the winner-take-all game for the college baseball national championship, Hendersonville native and Pope John Paul II graduate Mason Hickman treated the day and game as if it were any other Wednesday.
Beech and Station Camp dominated the 2019 Main Street Preps All-Sumner County track and field teams as Beech’s David Ahlmeyer and Station Camp’s Hailey Miller were named boys and girls Athlete of the Year, respectively.
Following another run at a Class AAA state championship and a 17-4 season, Station Camp headlines the 2019 Main Street Preps All-Sumner County soccer team.
ANTIOCH – Many local hockey players from across the mid-state competed in the Elite Edge hockey showcase this week at Ford Ice Center in Antioch.
Westmoreland coach Kyla White headlines the 2019 Main Street Preps All-Sumner County softball team as Coach of the Year after leading her Eagles to a 25-19 record, a Class AA sectional runner-up finish as well as runners-up in the Region 5AA and District 9AA Tournaments.
HENDERSONVILLE - The 2019 soccer season came to a close Saturday afternoon in Hendersonville at the Field of Dreams as players from all over the state battled for one last time representing their respective high schools.
HENDERSONVILLE - First-Team All Sumner County selection Zach Morris has chosen to continue his basketball career just down the road in Gallatin at Volunteer State Community College.
HENDERSONVILLE - Earlier this month Hendersonville baseball standout Cameron Hansen signed scholarship papers to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of Tennessee.
As Station Camp senior Tyler Jessen lay on the ground with his face in the dirt, the realization that a third straight Class AAA state soccer championship was not meant to be after his penalty kick went just high, hitting the cross bar and bouncing away from the net.
Brentwood's tennis teams, which each won Large Class state team championships on Wednesday, will have a singles player and a doubles team in the state finals Friday morning.
MURFREESBORO - The Station Camp Bison have a chance at making Tennessee state history on Friday night when they battle the Bearden Bulldogs for the Class AAA state championship.
MURFREESBORO -- A story book ending was not in the cards Tuesday afternoon at Richard Siegel Park as a Beech rally fell short with the Bucs losing 4-3 to Dyersburg in the opening round of the TSSAA state soccer tournament.
MURFREESBORO - The quest for a three-peat is still alive for the Station Camp Bison after they disposed of Karns 5-0 in the quarterfinal round of the TSSAA soccer championships Tuesday night.
HENDERSONVILLE - Saturday was a good day to be a Beech Buccaneer, especially if you were a senior. For 11 of the boys in blue and orange, the day couldn’t have gone any better.
The dream remains alive for the Station Camp Bison soccer team after beating Ravenwood 3-1 in the sectional game Saturday at home to earn a ticket to the state tournament and a chance to win an unprecedented third state championship in a row.