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East Lit sophomore honors grandfather's dying wish, wins state pentathlon
Gleaves becomes Cain Ridge's first state champion; Brentwood's Lazas in position to defend 2009 after first day of decathlon.
Preps: Son pitches in to make state baseball a family affair at David Lipscomb
Keith Smith and his Mustangs' teammates put slow start to the season behind them with tournament victories.
Preps: Three feet has made a world of difference this softball season
Rule change that moved the pitching rubber back has proved problematic for all but the best pitchers.
City boasts several Mr. and Miss Basketball finalists
University School of Nashville star Meiko Lyles, Nashville's top scorer, heads list
FRA girls make surprise surge toward post-season
Despite losing three quality players from last year’s team, the Panthers have soared to a 20-3 record
Police need help identifying suspected purse snatcher
Surveillance video shows clear image of suspect allegedly cashing in with victim’s identity
Ensworth lands pair as Div. II 'Mr. Football' finalists
Winners will be named on Nov. 30 at the Tennessee Titans-sponsored Mr. Football awards luncheon at Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro.
Coach hears higher call, watches his family grow
Scott and Gwen Oatsvall, having already adopted two children from China, have made another commitment around the world in a different direction — this time to Africa.
The Dean's List: Page finally feels at home… here
Logging considerable travel mileage has become a staple in the portfolio of Doug Page.
FRA tennis season comes to an abrupt end
Bruins crush Memphis White Station in boys finals
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