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Congrats to all of the MNPS Athletes who signed their National Letters of Intent

Congrats to all of the MNPS Athletes who signed their National Letters of Intent

Hillsboro Globe reports

December 22, 2018


Filed under Community Engagement, High School Football, MNPS News, Showcase, Sports

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – College football’s Early Signing Period runs from Dec. 19 through 21, with almost all of the action on Wednesday 19, 2018. Generally, this signing day has little of the drama that is almost always present  for National Signing Day in February. If you’re on Twitter, I’d also...

Hillsboro Burros win first round of playoffs, 48-7 against the Lincoln County Falcons

Hillsboro Burros win first round of playoffs, 48-7 against the Lincoln County Falcons

West Parker, Tyler Anderson, Angel Powell and Photographers: Terrianna Carter, Lauren Newborn, Kiya Crockett, Mekiyah Rainer & Asia Harwood

November 7, 2018


Filed under High School Football, Sports

The Hillsboro Burros (8-3/4-1) won their eighth consecutive first round football game beating Lincoln County 48 - 7.  They joined eight other Metro Nashville Public High Schools who also played a playoff game. Five MNPS teams all advance to the second round. Counties like Shelbyville (9-2) and Lincoln C...

Deep Playoff Runs Likely for Metro Teams

Deep Playoff Runs Likely for Metro Teams

October 29, 2018


Filed under High School Football, Sports

Congratulations to all the Metro Nashville teams that made the TSSAA State Football playoffs. Metro claimed four regional championships and all four have a legitimate shot at making deep TSSAA playoff runs. From 3A we have the Region 5 Champions Pearl-Cohn High School (8-2). Joining the Firebirds from Region 5 are the East Nashville Eagles (9-1), the Stratford Spartans (2-8), a...

MNPS athletes Alia Logoleo & Kaia Upton awarded at Tennessean Sports Awards Sunday

MNPS athletes Alia Logoleo & Kaia Upton awarded at Tennessean Sports Awards Sunday

Hillsboro Globe Sports Desk

June 3, 2018


Filed under Girls Basketball, Hillsboro Community Engagement, News, Showcase, Sports, Volleyball

Two of Metro Nashville Public School's oldest high schools, Hillsboro High Schools and East Nashville High School had female athletes were named as awardees Sunday, June 3, 2018 at Music City Center in an award ceremony created by the newspaper, The Tennessean. In its third year, The Tennessean...

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