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Football Signing Day ’19

Congratulations to a great group of Bulldog football players for signing there NLI for each respective school. We look forward to watching you showcase your talents at the next level! #BDP

ICYMI: Smyrna’s Williams Rutherford County Sports Person of Year

MONTE HALE JR. mhale@murfreesboropost.com | Dec 31, 2018 Smyrna coach Matt Williams endured a season like none before since taking over the program 12 years ago. While all football seasons present typical trials and tribulations, nothing could have prepared Williams for the 2018 season. He coached the Bulldogs to… continue reading HERE

Football: Season Video Recap

Video game highlights provided by Kyle Dietz (@KyleBDietz)   Smyrna vs Independence – Playoffs Round 1 https://youtu.be/m0jQW8LCWSc  Smyrna vs McGavock – Game 10 https://youtu.be/yN7UpEkGpqM  Smyrna vs Antioch – Game 9 https://youtu.be/rLPKd6QZS2c  Smyrna vs Stewarts Creek – Game 8 https://youtu.be/lNufC4qP6Ec  Smyrna vs Siegel – Game 7 https://youtu.be/4KkZfhsppes  Smyrna vs Cane Ridge – Game 6 https://youtu.be/fjDocNl-_UY  Smyrna

District Football Awards

Congratulations to the following SHS football players for being recognized as All- District players: Marlon Alexander Blake Watkins Gaven Howell Josh Bailey Dallas Walker Mikel Hartfield  Ethan Burgeson Joseph Rojas Tyler Lansden

Independence eliminates Smyrna from playoffs for second straight year

MATTHEW SAWYER msawyerxxl@gmail.com   |    Nov 3, 2018 Updated 3 hrs ago SMYRNA — Independence traveled to Smyrna for a first-round playoff matchup, and for the second straight year the Eagles (6-5, 3-2) defeated the Bulldogs (7-4, 5-1) with a 33-14 victory Friday evening. “They (Smyrna) are a good team, we just had the better game,” Independence quarterback

DNJ Story: Bulldogs earn playoff rematch with Independence

Ryan Jent, For The DNJPublished 12:31 a.m. CT Oct. 27, 2018 | Updated 9:00 a.m. CT Oct. 27, 2018 Smyrna football players are chomping at the bit for their rematch with Independence in the 6A state playoffs. They may have to do it without their leader. Smyrna (7-3, 5-1 5-6A) locked up the No. 2 spot

ICYMI: Smyrna dominates Antioch in 45-0 road shutout

MARTHONY SANDERS sanders.marthony17@gmail.com .    Oct 20, 2018 Updated 21 hrs ago ANTIOCH— Smyrna didn’t go easy on the Antioch Bears Friday night, rolling to a dominant 45-0 win. The victory improved the Bulldogs to 6-3 overall and 4-1 in Region 5. They’ll earn a No. 2 seed in the playoffs with a victory over McGavock next week.

DNJ Story: Smyrna defense turns things around as playoffs near

Since a 45-10 loss to Blackman during Week 4, something has lit a fire under the Smyrna High football team’s defense. The Bulldogs have allowed 13 points or less in each of their last four games, including Friday’s 24-7 win over rival Stewarts Creek to win the Mayor’s Trophy. “We had to pull together and