Brentwood High School

Williamson County Football

By: Amber Pennycuff

Brentwood High School
has an exciting week ahead as they take on the Blackman Blaze at home this Thursday at 7:30p. The Bruins will kick off their first home game of the season on a brand new turf field and be featured on the MyTV 30 Thursday Night Lights program.

In its season opener, Brentwood fell short to CPA last week as JR Osborn had a 36-yard field goal with 1:16 left in the fourth to win the game for the Lions.

District seven’s Blackman started off the season with a win against Siegel High School 42-21. Blackman lost to Siegel in the Class 6A Playoffs at the end of the season last year. A key player to their success who has been on everyone’s mind is Jauan Jennings.

Jennings has already had several offers from colleges like Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and MTSU. This six-foot-four junior is an essential player for the Blaze. Against Siegel, Jennings had a total of 259 yards.

Brentwood was just shy of a point falling to Blackman in the middle of the season last year (21-22). Finishing off the season 11-2 last year, Blackman was one of the only loses for the Bruins. However, the Blaze ended their season with an 8-4 record. With new head coach Mike Woodward, a brand new season and success is ahead for the Bruins.

The Thursday Night Lights Game will be aired on MyTV 30 and kick off will be at 7:30.

To keep up with the games at the games or away, check out the official Williamson Source Football Central Homepage live scoreboards, pictures, and updates from your favorite schools around the county.

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Andrea Hinds
Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.