Two first-half touchdown runs from Casen Calmus and a strong defensive performance from Phillip Husband and others helped Brentwood Academy defeat Father Ryan 34-21 on Friday night at Catagnanni Stadium.
The Donelson Christian Academy cross-country teams took a trip to Sander’s Ferry Park in Hendersonville, the home of this year’s state championships, for the Coleman Midgett Invitational last Friday.
The TSSAA Division II-AA state volleyball championships were missing a regular contender last season after Father Ryan failed to advance to the tournament for the first time since 2013.
DONELSON—After both teams had game cancelations during the week, Donelson Christian Academy reached out to Summertown to schedule last Friday night’s game and came away with a 31-14 win at home.
MADISON — Brendan Jones nearly filled Goodpasture’s top 10 plays list by himself on Friday night as the Cougars remained unbeaten with a 42-0 victory over first-year program Green Hill.
The Pope John Paul II Knights knocked off their rival Father Ryan High School 31-17 on Friday in the annual contest between the area’s two Catholic high schools to claim the Bishop’s Cup for the fifth year in a row.
The Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars welcomed the Ezell-Harding Lady Eagles into their gym on Wednesday for a district volleyball match but were left reeling. The visitors took all three sets by double-digit points.
Main Street Preps editor Russell Vannozzi is joined by CPA soccer coach Thomas Gerlach to discuss the girls season and the state of the sport in Middle Tennessee. Later in the episode, Russell runs through his Week 4 football predictions. Listen below:
The Davidson Academy Bears played their second game of the season Friday night against the Nashville Christian Eagles, rolling to a 35-0 win behind stifling defense and power running from senior running back Griffin Swinea.