Episode 2 features all seven Sumner County game recaps plus interviews with Gallatin Green Wave head coach Chad Watson, White House Sports Information Director Kris Freeman, and Portland PA Announcer Todd Lamberth.
HENDERSONVILLE - The Beech Lady Buccaneers and Portland Lady Panthers renewed their old District 9-AAA rivalry Thursday night in Hendersonville.
HENDERSONVILLE - After winning the first set 25-19, Hendersonville dropped the following three sets to Springfield Tuesday evening, losing their first match of the season 3-1 (25-19, 21-25, 17-25, 20-25).
Over the last five seasons Hendersonville has been the second winningest program in Sumner County, winning 41 games while making it to the playoffs four out of five seasons.
The Sumner County Football Podcast is hosted by Zach Womble, sports editor of the Gallatin News, Hendersonville Standard and Portland Sun. Episode 1 features team previews for the 2019 season.
Main Street Preps has named its inaugural Super 22 team – a collection of the top 22 high school football players in Middle Tennessee, spanning across nine counties.
The Hendersonville High School football team’s offense was effective and its defense was opportunistic in the Commandos’ first scrimmage of the preseason outscoring Rhea County 37-20.
Following situational drills that saw both offensive units score points, Ravenwood and JPII battled for one scoreless quarter Friday night before the scrimmage was cut short due to an injury on the field.