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The COVID-19 virus shut down the TSSAA state basketball tournaments, spring sports and Spring Fling, but it won't have the same effect on Murphy Fair's Tennessee High School Football magazine.

With schools returning to workouts this week, many teams are trying to be on the forefront of scheduling tryout dates for their respective sports. Below you will find information on sports such as football, soccer, basketball, golf, baseball and softball.

The TSSAA has officially canceled spring sports for the 2020 school year. With that comes the abrupt end for seniors across the county. Some will have the luxury of moving on to play college ball in their respective sports, but the harsh reality is that most kids will never get to play the g…

Former Portland Panther baseball standout Kemper Dixon plans on taking full advantage of the NAIA’s ruling to grant seniors an extra year of eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic that put a screeching halt to life this past March. 

The TSSAA has officially canceled spring sports for the 2020 school year. With that comes the abrupt end for seniors across the county. Some will have the luxury of moving on to play college ball in their respective sports, but the harsh reality is that most kids will never get to play the g…

The TSSAA has officially canceled spring sports for the 2020 school year. With that comes the abrupt end for seniors across the county. Some will have the luxury of moving on to play college ball in their respective sports, but the harsh reality is that most kids will never get to play the game they grew up loving anymore.

Portland senior standout guard Mitchell Eagle announced his verbal commitment to play college basketball at Bryan College. 

An outdated golf rule is no more after the TSSAA voted to allow golf coaches to coach their athletes from Green-to-Tee starting in the Fall 2020 season. 

PORTLAND - A strong shooting performance from behind the arc and a solid defensive effort helped guild the Portland Lady Panthers to a 32-29 win at home over visiting Wilson Central.

Hendersonville - Beech stayed perfect in league play Friday night with an emphatic 63-20 win against visiting Portland High School. 

HENDERSONVILLE - With three minutes remaining in the Panthers district game at Beech, Portland's Mitchell Eagle sank the team's first and only 3-pointer securing a lead they would not surrender, 50-48.