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By Carly Hill
BSW Contributor

  February is officially half over, and that means that Spring is right around the corner! Have you made your spring sport plans yet? 
  West Nashville Sports Leagues offers Spring Baseball and Spring Flag Football to boys and girls age 4 - 15.  

  Julie Blaze was named the BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Midfielder of the Week for her performance in the Commodores’ season opener against Kennesaw State. 
  Blaze started her junior season by showing that she remains the most well-rounded player on Vanderbilt’s roster, scoring four goals on eight shots  

By Mike Hastings
Publisher

 The Lady Lions from Christ Presbyterian Academy have put together an impressive run since the District playoff began and will be hoping that streak continues tonight as they begin their run in the Division II State Championships.

Spring Season is Right Around the Corner

 Nashville SC announced another stop on its #DriveToNissan for its home opener on March 24. The club will play Lipscomb University on its campus on March 1 at 4 p.m. in a preseason tune up two days before Nashville SC travels to FC Cincinnati. 

Nashville SC to Scrimmage Lipscomb

NSC Names Their Athletes of the Week

  Hillwood High School’s boys varsity basketball team’s season came to an end last week after a very good run in the postseason.
  The Hilltoppers had beat Glencliff to end the regular season and found themselves facing off against them again in the opening round 55-39 to move on to the semifinals.

Hillwood Exits Playoffs, Ensworth Enters

CPA Teams Begin State Title Run

  Hockey has become a way of life for John Helm and his family.  Four years ago, their ice hockey journey actually began on wheels and concrete, at Youth Inc.’s inline hockey league in Bellevue, now known as BLAST Roller Hockey.  




 

Hockey is a Family Affair for the Helms

   Nashville Christian School’s young wrestling team found themselves up against some stiff competition from some powerhouse teams from Division II this season, but put up a great fight.
  Led by junior Joseph Curley, the Eagles had three wrestlers qualify for the state championships.  Senior Sid Morris and junior Adam Young also qualified.

NCS Wrestlers Compete at State Tourney

 

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