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GALLATIN - A 55-33 run from the second quarter through the fourth quarter catapulted Gallatin to a 77-54 victory over Creek Wood at Jerry Vradenburg Gymnasium Thursday night. 

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Creek Wood’s Lady Red Hawks basketball team will look to get back on the court after a strong season last year that included a 14-0 record in the district and a 27-4 record overall.

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The Dickson County Lady Cougars basketball team finished 14-5 last season with an 11-5 record in the district, but that was with a fairly large amount of senior talent. During the past two seasons, Dickson County lost names like Raegan Purvine, Ryann Roberts, Sierra Morgan, Olivia Rhinehart and Caty Roberts.

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Russell Vannozzi and Zach Womble break down the 2020 TSSAA football playoffs in the latest edition of the Main Street Preps Podcast. The discussion includes Cookeville favorites, sleeper teams, players to watch and first-round picks. Listen below: 

The Springfield Yellow Jackets (9-1, 6-0) completed their first goal of the season Friday night: win their third consecutive Region 5-4A championship. They defeated the Creek Wood Red Hawks (9-1, 5-1) 38-14 in the regular season finale to clinch the top seed in their quadrant.

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DICKSON, TN – After a torrential downpour and lightning delayed kickoff by an hour, the Fairview Yellow Jackets (6-1) pulled away from the Dickson County Cougars (0-8) in the second half for a 35-14 win as Dickson County celebrated homecoming.

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After torrential downpour and lightning delayed kickoff by an hour, the Fairview Yellow Jackets pulled away from the Dickson County Cougars in the second half for a 35-14 win as Dickson County celebrated homecoming.

Brentwood’s Cade Granzow threw three touchdowns and ran for another two touchdowns as Brentwood took and early lead and never looked back on its way to a 47-13 win at Dickson County last Thursday night.

The late Wade Bourne, one of the state’s most popular and prolific outdoor writers and ardent conservationist, will be honored later this month with the opening of the Wade Bourne Nature Center in his Clarksville hometown.

After thinking their season was over, the Dickson Middle School Dragons found an opponent in Battle Creek after Battle Creek Middle School’s opponent cancelled on them.

Both Wyatt Gramling and Brenden Adams had long rushing touchdowns while Blair Ortero added his own fumble return for a touchdown on defense as Burns Middle School beat Harpeth Middle School 38-0.