BRENTWOOD — Ravenwood’s boys soccer team fell behind early in Saturday’s Class AAA sectional matchup against visiting Hendersonville, but the Raptors rebounded to advance to the Class AAA State Tournament behind a 2-1 win. 408 more words
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GALLATIN Station Camp High’s boys soccer team had already prevailed over Hendersonville twice this season.
On Thursday evening, the Bison made it three victories over their nearby rivals, claiming a 2-1 victory over the visiting Commandos to win the Region 5-AAA Tournament title for the second consecutive season. 416 more words
HENDERSONVILLE A counterintuitive approach served Hendersonville High senior Carley Carlisle well on Monday evening.
Pitching through steady rain, the Lady Commando senior hurler held District 10-AAA runner-up Henry County to four hits as Hendersonville captured a 5-2 victory over the visiting Lady Patriots in the Region 5-AAA Tournament semifinals at Griffin-Crandell Field. 504 more words
NASHVILLE Hendersonville High seniors Rae Gullett and Allison Newell won the District 9-AAA Individual Tennis Tournament doubles title on Tuesday afternoon, capturing a 6-3, 6-2 win over Beech seniors Courtney Brooks and Allie Guinn at Centennial Sportsplex. 84 more words
HENDERSONVILLE Ethan Salley’s excitement about the District 9-AAA Soccer Tournament may only have been exceeded by his contributions in the quarterfinal round.
The Hendersonville High senior scored his first varsity goal and followed it up with two more for a hat trick in the Commandos’ 6-1 victory over visiting Beech on Monday evening at Drakes Creek Park’s Field of Dreams. 318 more words
HENDERSONVILLE Hendersonville High senior Will Wacaser had a case of nerves.
However, his performance on Friday evening left Station Camp unsettled.
Wacaser outdueled Station Camp junior Thomas Zazzaro, pitching a complete-game shutout in the Commandos’ 1-0 victory in the two teams’ District 9-AAA Tournament opener at Drakes Creek Park. 412 more words
HENDERSONVILLE Beech High seniors Courtney Brooks and Allie Guinn advanced to the District 9-AAA Individual Tennis Tournament in girls’ doubles after completing a suspended match on Thursday afternoon. 653 more words