Brentwood’s Brody Hasty (1) leads the pack in the 1600 meters
Winning an event at Tuesday’s Great 8 Invitational track and field meet at Vanderbilt was an accomplishment, considering it featured the top performers in Middle Tennessee – and beyond.
Battle Ground Academy’s Diamond Battle was one of three athletes to take multiple titles.
Now that basketball has ended for high schools in Tennessee, we can shift our focus to spring sports. Before we do a preview, let’s look back at last year’s champions.
Track and Field
Ensworth’s Tyra Gittens
DI A-AA Girls – Signal Mountain
DI-AAA Girls – Whitehaven
DII- Girls – Ensworth
DI-A-AA Boys – Pearl-Cohn
Harpeth Hall’s Shelby Nutter drives past Ensworth’s Jordyn Cambridge – photo by Mike Strasinger
Harpeth Hall 56 Ensworth 47
McGavock 47 Hunters Lane 29
Overton 47 Hillsboro 40
Goodpasture 48 Red Boiling Springs 35
Stewarts Creek 58 Blackman 53
BA 50 Father Ryan 37
BGA 45 Davidson Academy 42
MLK 48 Hume-Fogg 44
After some serious snow days, I’m sure the kids are ready to hit the hardwood Tuesday night as we are in the thick of district play.Girls start at 6:30 with boys @ 7:30. Get out and support your favorite high school team!!
Cane Ridge @ McGavock
MLK @ East Nashville
Glencliff @ Hunters Lane
Overton @ Hillwood
Lipscomb @ Pearl-Cohn
Now in its 24th year, The Poll is primarily a measure of dual meet strength with some consideration to individual tournament strength. Votes are cast by a state-wide panel of high school wrestling coaches and are based on a maximum Power Ranking of 100%.