Main Street Preps has given the 2020 Person of the Year award to Greenbrier’s Bobby Bobcat. The award was voted on by the fans, and Bobby garnered the most support.
The Greenbrier girls basketball team put together a dominant three quarters that gave them a 62-40 victory over White House Tuesday night.
The Yellow Jackets are no strangers to poor starts during the basketball season. However, a flip of the calendar might have been all Springfield needed to turn their team around.
It was far from pretty, but the Springfield girls’ basketball team pulled off their second District 10-AAA win of the season on Friday, Jan. 8.
Zach Hay scored the two most memorable points of the White House Heritage boys basketball season Friday night – even if it took the senior an extra try.
In their return first game back after a three-week break, the White House Heritage boys claimed their first district win of the season with a 63-35 victory at Westmoreland.
TaMia Scott and the Northwest Lady Vikings continued to wreak havoc in District 10-AAA following their 67-27 win over Springfield on Tuesday night.
Caden Duke, Caleb Chapman and Savion Scott – Springfield’s trio of boys’ basketball seniors – combined for 36 of the Yellow Jackets’ 62 points as SHS earned their first win of the season against Northwest on Tuesday.
With a new year comes a potentially new Clarksville Academy Cougar basketball team, who are now 2-0 in 2021 after their 64-49 win over the Jo Byrns Red Devils on Monday night to give them their first loss of the season.
For the first time since Dec. 15, the Jo Byrns Lady Red Devils played a basketball game – and they started the new year on a strong foot, beating the Clarksville Academy Lady Cougars 60-48.
While COVID-19 precautions have forced Robertson County teams to sit out, White House High School has been trying to piece together a schedule with any teams left.
Following a near 20-day hiatus from the hardwood, the Harpeth High School girls basketball team finally notched their first victory of the 2021 campaign.
Coming into Tuesday’s road stint against Harpeth, the Greenbrier High School boys basketball team was seemingly trending upward. The Bobcats had won three straight games after dropping their first three contests, and made strides on both sides of the ball throughout the year.
According to a statement from Robertson County Schools Athletics Director Pat Brown, all games will be canceled through the end of the calendar year.
Davidson Academy football coach Jonathan Quinn joined the Main Street Preps podcast to talk about winning a third straight Division II-A state championship, coaching his son and what's ahead for the Bears in Division II-AA. Listen below: