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Greenbrier got off to a fast start in the District 9-AA tournament Friday night, defeating Cheatham County 11-1 in six innings.

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In a tightly-contested pitcher’s duel, the Greenbrier softball team had just enough to defeat Westmoreland 2-1 Friday and move forward in the winners’ bracket of the District 9-AA tournament.

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The Greenbrier softball team took care of business Wednesday, blanking Harpeth 8-0 in the first round of the District 9-AA tournament.

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The Cheatham County softball team faced the Lady Devils in the first round of the District 9-AA tournament Wednesday just nine days after falling to them on senior night. The Lady Cubs held a 3-0 lead in that game but were unable to hold on.

Sumner Rugby Football Club traveled to Memphis to take on Christian Brothers High School in the Tennessee Rugby Association State Championship Semifinals this past weekend. Tyler Diggs scored the first try for Sumner RFC, with Landon Barton and Tucker Milliken scoring the other points for Sumner. In the end, Sumner came up a bit short with a final score of 21-15. Sumner RFC Head Coach Brian Silkwood said, “Every single one of our guys played hard, and left it all on the field in Memphis. I’m proud of how they played, and have enjoyed coaching this great group this season.” After the match, Coach Silkwood asked the captain for Sumner Rugby, Grant Silkwood, to name a player from the opposing team as the “Man of the Match.” The Christian Brothers team captain was asked to choose a player from the Sumner side as well and chose senior Corbin Alexander. Saturday’s game ends the season for Sumner RFC, and the high school rugby career for seniors: Corbin Alexander, Shaun Lilliard, Tayton Milliken, Kamiri Orange, Stockton Pyne, Grant Silkwood, Liam Taylor, and Anderson Thomas (injured).

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White House Heritage soccer has a record of 12-2-2 this season, including a 14-game unbeaten streak in the middle. The Patriots went undefeated in District 9-AA and are in position to go deep into the playoffs.