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Competing in Class 6A is never easy, especially if players can’t stay away from the injury bug. Rewind to last season’s 1-9 record and that was the Station Camp Bison’s reality. Player after player, game after game, it seemed as if the Bison could never catch a break in 2017.

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White House quarterback Andrew Nixon leads the list of 22 players named to the Main Street Preps preseason All-Sumner County football team. Nixon's teammate, running back Preston Sharber, was also named to the team as was Hendersonville running back Derek Kincaid. 

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GALLATIN - Station Camp High School and football coach Shaun Hollinsworth announced at a team fundraiser on Friday that the program will retire former standout wide receiver Josh Malone’s No. 3 jersey.

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Fairvue Plantation held its Hidden Holes event in early July with Lisa Ebbert taking the crown with a score of 34. Finishing second was Allison McCrary with a net score of 34.5, while Sally Duffey finished in third place with a net score of 36.

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GALLATIN - The 2017 and 2018 boys Class AAA state champion Station Camp Bison will host their soccer camp from July 23-26 at Station Camp High School from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

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Middle Tennessee has been often described as a non-traditional hockey market. However, here we are, 20 years after the inception of the Nashville Predators and hockey is quite arguably the most popular sport in the state.

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HENDERSONVILLE - Pope John Paul II has wasted little time since returning from the TSSAA dead period. The Knights hosted White House on Monday morning for the team’s third 7-on-7 since July 9.

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It has been almost two months since the end of Spring Fling in Murfreesboro where several Sumner County track and field athletes displayed their talent and hard work over the last several months.

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Breakaway Hockey & Fitness recently hosted an all girls hockey camp. Thirty-five girls participated in the camp and one of the “seasoned veterans” in attendance was Hendersonville’s Emma Knoll. 

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HENDERSONVILLE - Softball season ended prematurely for the Lady Bucs this spring, as Beech sat in defeat watching the Brentwood Bruins punch their ticket to Spring Fling during the Bucs sectional match in Williamson County.

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HENDERSONVILLE — Beech High School has hired John Ferguson as its new soccer coach. Ferguson replaces Jeremy Cooke, who recently took over for retiring Tom Morand at Station Camp.

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HENDERSONVILLE - After spending one redshirt season with the Memphis Tigers, former Hendersonville Commando Daly Cull announced his intention to transfer to Tennessee Tech and play center for the Golden Eagles football program effective immediately.

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We are a few weeks removed from the final out of the softball season in Murfreesboro at Spring Fling. Since then, we at Main Street Media of Tennessee have poured over stats, records and coach nominations to bring you our All-Sumner Softball Team.