Everyone remembers last year’s hockey state championship. Ravenwood scored with 23 seconds left in the game and they would go on to win the game in overtime. This game was a tough pill to swallow for the team and was a story all too familiar, but the coaches knew that they could rebound from the game and make the 2017-2018 season the best for the Big Red.Read More
Young men arrive at 8:00 a.m., some earlier, and for some oversleeping individuals, a few minutes later. A few cars leave as young men exit their passenger doors, but most cars park with a young man exiting from the driver’s seat, after turning his car off. Where these men come from, when they get there, and how they got there, doesn’t matter. Because these men all have something in common: a white MBA cross country top, and short red shorts to go along with it. Not only that, but each man possesses possibly the same look on his face: dread for an ensuing workout, combined with slight joy at being reunited with his brothers.Read More
The Big Red are rolling into tonight’s matchup at 7-0, an achievement that they have reached two times in the past three seasons. It hasn’t been an easy road to the undefeated record though, as MBA has been battered and bruised all season long. Questions regarding the situation at running back and how an experienced quarterback would be used surrounded the program at the season’s start, but have answered in the opening months of high school football.Read More
The 2017 MBA Golf team is seeking a win this year at the State Championship after finishing second place in last year’s state championship. The team, led by a strong senior class consisting of Jack Crawford, Alex McClellan, Haynes Lynch, Josh Morris, and Manny Rogers, hopes to leave their mark on MBA Golf history.Read More
On July 31st, Manchester City beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 at Nissan Stadium in the closing match of the International Champions Cup. A few weeks earlier, the United States Men’s National team drew 1-1 with Panama in the group stage of the Gold Cup. Both matches broke records for attendance to a soccer match in the state of Tennessee, reaching a combined number of over 100,000 fans in attendance.
This summer, Nashville propelled itself forward in its attempt to have a bid granted for the upcoming MLS expansion in 2020.