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The Nashville Christian School began the defense of the division 1A state championship title with a convincing 47-6 victory over Red Boiling Springs Friday.
The Eagles poured it on early and often, scoring 37 points in the first quarter.

Team Nashville had a successful week at the JCC Maccabi Games in Columbus, Ohio earlier this summer.   Ellie Hornick, Annie Jacobs, Anna Schwarcz, Ilanit Sedek, Jordan Marger, Ally Solomon, Emna Rudy Srebnik and Zachary Kammer attended the games in July along with coach Sheri Rosenberg and delegation head Andrew Schulman.

Christ Presbyterian took an early lead against Parkview in the Georgia-Tennessee Border Wars game to open their season, but couldn’t hold on, losing 32-7.

Parkview dominated much of the first half, rolling up 273 yards of total offense, but couldn’t seem to get out of its own way, especially in the first quarter. 

Local Athletes Compete in Maccabi Games

Sometimes out of tragedy comes hope.  A clear vision of what should be done so that the tragedy does not overwhelm all the good that came before it.
For Bobby Siemens, a local Bellevue business man and owner of Red Line Bar & Grille, that moment of clarity came soon after he learned of the death of his friend John Wilson.

Steelers Pitch Shutout in Opening Weekend

Giving Back - Vet Fundraiser Set for Saturday

Eagles Begin Title Defense With Big Win

Father Ryan Runs Past Hillwood in Opener

The Bellevue Middle School Owls Cheerleading squad joined 400 other cheerleaders on the Tennessee Titans football field this past Sunday. 
They were one of a handful of Tennessee cheer squads to perform at the 2016 Tennessee Titans Halftime Extravaganza where they were expected to perform a four minute halftime routine. 


BMS Cheer Squad Perform at Titans' Game

By David Bonner
BSW Contributor

The Bellevue Steelers hit the road this past Saturday, enjoying a nice Saturday drive to Murfreesboro to play the Siegel Stars. The Steelers arrived at Siegel High School ready to prove that their hard work at practice would pay off with a couple of victories. The Steelers did just that, and then some. 


Hillwood was hoping to capitalize on the euphoria of breaking a 12-year playoff drought in 2015, but the Hilltoppers play was as dismal as the weather in a season-opening loss, 48-6, to Father Ryan.
The Irish under the tutelage of first-year coach Brian Rector scored on its first possession, a nine-play, 90-yard drive culminated by quarterback Jay Shoop’s 8-yard touchdown run.

Lions Drop Opener in 'Border Wars'

By David Bonner
BSW Contributor

When two perennial powerhouses meet on the football field, despite recent history, the fans can expect an exciting game.  That’s just what happen last Friday at Tiger Stadium.Ensworth kicked off the 2016 football season last Friday night as it hosted nationally ranked Trinity High School out of Louisville, Ky.


Ensworth Impresses in Loss to Trinity


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HYSA Plants ELM Tree During Campaign

On Saturday August 20 the fall season of HYSA soccer began with opening day ceremonies that included the dedication of an ELM tree representing the values of our organization, in conjunction with the Positive Coaching Alliance,