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The COVID-19 virus shut down the TSSAA state basketball tournaments, spring sports and Spring Fling, but it won't have the same effect on Murphy Fair's Tennessee High School Football magazine.

With schools returning to workouts this week, many teams are trying to be on the forefront of scheduling tryout dates for their respective sports. Below you will find information on sports such as football, soccer, basketball, golf, baseball and softball.

When Ben Brooks left Pope John Paul II High School in 2017, he thought he would pick up right where he left off when he got on campus at the University of Memphis. 

Hendersonville four-year starter Carson Tighe inked scholarship papers Wednesday, April 22, to continue his soccer career at Cumberland University.

Station Camp officially hired Brent Alexander to lead their football team a little over two months ago and in that span, Alexander has had time to make a few more decisions regarding the logistics of his football team. 

The Beech girls basketball program announced Thursday, April 9 that Lauran Elkins would take over as girls basketball coach, effective immediately. She is the seventh coach in Lady Buccaneer program history. 

An outdated golf rule is no more after the TSSAA voted to allow golf coaches to coach their athletes from Green-to-Tee starting in the Fall 2020 season. 

HENDERSONVILLE - Tuesday night was the Jordan Zuger show at Drakes Creek Park as the junior hurler struck out 10 Buccaneer batters and surrendered no hits through six full innings in the 3-0 victory. 

GALLATIN - A trio of Station Camp Bison basketball players signed to continue their academic and athletic careers on the hardwood Tuesday afternoon.

GALLATIN - The reigning District 9-AAA and Region 5-AAA champion Station Camp Bison got off to a hot start in game one of the regular season Monday night at home, disposing of Montgomery Bell Academy 7-2.