A number of local athletes have made their commitments for the next level of competition in the month since National Signing Day. Let's take a look at all of the latest Nashville-area football signees and where they will be headed for their college careers.
A number of local high school products are set to play in Monday night's College Football Playoff National Championship game between Georgia and TCU.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced the All-State football teams for the 2022 season on Thursday for Class 4A, Class 5A, and Class 6A
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced the All-State football teams for the 2022 season on Tuesday for Division II-A, Division II-AA, and Division II-AAA.
National Signing Day 2022 for football is here and a number of local athletes have made their decision on where to play at the next level.
The TSSAA announced the winners of the 2022 Tennessee Titans Mr. Football awards on Wednesday at an end-of-season ceremony at Nissan Stadium.
The Page High School Patriots fell for the second straight year in the TSSAA 5A championship game Friday night in Chattanooga. The Patriots lost 47-13 to the Knoxville West Rebels.
Montgomery Bell Academy came just five points short of a perfect season on Thursday night, falling to Baylor School 38-34 in the Division II-AAA championship game at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga.
A late Nashville Christian drive came up short as the Eagles fell to Friendship Christian 34-27 on Thursday in the Division II-A state championship game in Chattanooga.
It was the end of a brief-but-successful era on Saturday for Lipscomb Academy as the Mustangs dominated rival Christ Presbyterian Academy 42-0 to win their second-consecutive Division II-AA state championship, capping an undefeated season.
Brentwood Academy head football coach Cody White announced on Wednesday that he will be resigning after 11 years at the helm of the program. White also served as the school's athletic director.
The TSSAA state football playoffs are down to the final round. A number of local teams made it to championship weekend, which takes place in Chattanooga starting on Thursday and continuing through Saturday.
The Page Patriots are headed back to the Class 5A state championship game after winning 27-24 at Henry County on Friday night in Paris, Tennessee.It was the second consecutive year that Page (12-2) defeated Henry County (11-3) in the state semifinals after winning 56-52 at home last season.Q…
The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football finalists were announced by TSSAA on Tuesday afternoon with three honorees being selected in 10 different categories.
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to the semifinal round for the public schools, while the private schools have the week off ahead of championship weekend. A handful of local squads are still in contention as the numbers dwindle down. Let's take a look at this Friday night's playoff…
Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.Let's take a look back at the slate from week 13 of the college football season. V…
On a chilly 30° night, the Brentwood Academy Eagles played host to the Baylor Red Raiders out of Chattanooga in a thrilling TSSAA state semifinal matchup.
The Christ Presbyterian Academy Lions earned its fifth straight berth in the TSSAA Division II-AA championship with a powerful 28-13 victory on the road against Chattanooga Christian School Friday night.
Week three of the TSSAA state playoffs proved to be an exciting one, with several games coming down to the final play.
A big defensive play late helped Montgomery Bell Academy secure a spot in the TSSAA DII-AAA championship game following a thrilling 28-27 win at home Friday over McCallie Academy of Chattanooga.
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to the quarterfinal round for the public schools and the semifinals for the private schools on Friday night. Several local squads are still in contention as the numbers dwindle down.
The Page High School Patriots football team survived a back-and-forth battle with the Mount Juliet High School Golden Bears, 42-39, to secure a berth in the TSSAA 5A quarterfinals Friday night.
On a chilly night in the quarterfinal round of the Division-II Class AAA division of the TSSAA football playoffs was a matchup that was all too familiar. A year ago Pope John Paul came into Brentwood Academy, winning the game on a field goal. Tonight, the Eagles found a different outcome, wi…
The Nolensville defense forced three turnovers and running back Samson Johnson ran for three scores to lead the Knights to a 56-36 win over White County in 5A second round TSSAA football action Friday night.
Week two of the TSSAA state playoffs took place on Friday night with teams from across Williamson County and the Nashville-area suiting up for a potential run at a state championship trophy. Let's take a look at the scores from Friday night's state playoff action.Smith County 28 Fairview 6Fa…
Colin Hurd grew up playing on both sides of the ball–but deep down, he’s a quarterback at heart. He always has been.
It’s hard to believe Junior Colson is only a sophomore judging by the numbers he’s putting up at Michigan this season.
The TSSAA state playoffs are continuing on to round two of the public schools and the quarterfinals for the private schools on Friday night. Only a few WillCo squads are hosting this week, while several had to hit the road for their matchup.
The TSSAA state playoffs kicked off on Friday night with teams from across Williamson County and the Nashville-area suiting up for a potential run at a state championship trophy.
Everything that could go right did go right for the Page Patriots as they trounced the visiting Green Hill Hawks 48-21 in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs on Friday night.
In a night that found itself defined by a late-game success yet again, the No. 10 Brentwood Bruins (8-3) prevailed in their first-round matchup of the TSSAA state playoffs against No. 15 Collierville 17-7.
Ravenwood High School fell, 30-20, in the first round of the TSSAA 6A playoffs to the Germantown Red Devils who made some big plays and had a stingy defense Friday night.
The Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Semifinalists were announced by TSSAA on Thursday morning with five honorees being selected in 10 categories.
The vote for the final Williamson Medical Center Football Player of the Week of the regular season saw two players receive over 35% of the vote.
It's playoff time, in Tennessee! The first round of the TSSAA state playoffs kicks off on Friday night, and a number of local schools are hosting, while several more are hitting the road.
Every week, the Nashville Post will have a roundup of the weekend's Nashville-area college football games, including top performers and takeaways, as well as updates from around the state and on local players.
A stellar defensive effort helped the Brentwood Academy Eagles secure a 35-7 victory on over Memphis University School, a regular-season West region title, and the No.1 seed in the Division II-AAA playoffs on senior night.
With star quarterback Chris Parson out due to injury, Ravenwood has called on its other offensive standouts to step up and carry the load. And probably no one has delivered more than junior running back Carter Pace.
Franklin Road Academy finished the regular season with a 45-21 win over Goodpasture to clinch a 9-1 record and a home playoff game against Knoxville Grace next week. Goodpasture (6-4) will travel to Chattanooga Christian.
Brentwood quarterback/defensive back Adam Fontechia saved his performance of the year for the biggest moment of the season for the Bruins.
The final weekend of the regular season is in the books. Playoff berths and seeds were on the line throughout Williamson County.