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Main Street Preps is proud to announce its 2021 All-Sumner County tennis teams. Station Camp High School juniors Carter Ramthun and Marisa Wirtz take home Most Valuable Player honors while Colten Jones of Merrol Hyde is Coach of the Year.

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As we sit in the limbo time for the NFL with mini-camps in the rearview mirror and training camp still about a month away, this is the time that manufactured news about the league and its teams becomes king.

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Main Street Preps is proud to announce its 2021 All-Sumner County soccer teams. The All-County teams are comprised of student-athletes across nine Sumner County High Schools. Player of the Year honors went to Station Camp senior Cade Maclean while teammates Ethan Schlegel (Midfield) and Jak Kemp (Newcomer) earned superlative honors. Offensive Player of the Year honors was given to Lucas Wolthers from Merrol Hyde. The Hawks also received Team of the Year honors while senior keeper Joshua Lynch earned Keeper of the Year. Merrol Hyde head coach Daniel Brooks earned Coach of the Year. Hendersonville’s Sam Pomeroy (Defender) and Peyton Sutton (Scholar-Athlete) also earn superlative honors.

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The Gallatin News, Hendersonville Standard and the Portland Sun, all under the Main Street Preps umbrella, is proud to announce the 2021 All-Sumner County baseball teams, recognizing standout performances from this season.

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Portland baseball head coach Justin Martin announced he stepping down as Panther head coach to take an assistant baseball coaching position at Hendersonville High School, where he will also teach physical education.

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As he completed his first practice as a Tennessee Titan, Julio Jones has a message for those who are wondering if he still has anything left to offer after 10 years and coming off a hamstring injury.

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HENDERSONVILLE — Full Count Rhythm stayed unblemished on the young season Tuesday night with a 9-8 walk-off victory. Batts doubled to right center scoring three runs for the win, trailing 8-6 with Matthew Batts up to the plate.

Full Count Rhythm players huddle up before taking the field for the first time at Drakes Creek Park Sunday.

Full Count Rhythm’s Sam Slaughter, left, gets congratulated at homeplate by Carlos Lara after hitting a two-run homer.

Full Count Rhythm’s Gunner Ricketts steals second base as Franklin Duelers Jack Rando attempts to catch the throw.

Full Count Rhythm bat boy Bryce Conger, 9, of Gallatin, gets a high five from Sam Slaughter during Sunday night’s game.