After one night of district play, Father Ryan and Brentwood sit atop the Predators Cup standings while the combination teams of Ensworth-Franklin Road Academy and Franklin – Oakland lead for the Henry Hines Cup.

  • Franklin-Oakland defeated Independence-Summit 3-1 at Bridgestone Arena Jan. 7. Murphy Smith and Ethan Houston each had a goal and an assist for the victors while Preston Scott had a goal in defeat.
  • Brentwood defeated Centennial 4-3 in the late game at Bridgestone. Matthew Isbell, William Haberer, and Cameron Tucker all had goals and assists for the Bruins while Matthew Chalkley also scored.Dakota Davis had a goal and assist for the Cougars with Thomas Broadhead and Tyler Hardin also putting the puck in the net.
  • Father Ryan defeated the Tennessee Outlaws 7-3 behind a four assist game from Anthony Camelio. Rickey Bohr V had three of those goals for the Irish.
  • Ensworth-FRA beat Blackman-Stewarts Creek 5-4. Samuel Fleming had a huge game with four goals and an assist. Peter Srebnick chipped in with a goal and two assists.
  • Hume Fogg-Page lost their opener in the Henry Hines Cup, falling to Mt. Juliet-Wilson Central 8-5. Nathan Collier, Tristan Hunter, Mitchell Mielnik, Parker Adams, Kyle Bartels each had goals in defeat.
  • Ravenwood’s game against Hendersonville was cancelled due to Hendersonville’s early dismissal from school because of weather.

Games continue Jan. 9 and are listed below.
Franklin-Oakland vs. Mt. Juliet-Wilson Central 6 p.m. at Ford-South
Lipscomb- Brentwood Academy vs. Ensworth-Franklin Road Academy 6 p.m. at Bridgestone Arena
Brentwood vs. Pope John Paul II-Goodpasture 6:15 p.m. at A-Game
Centennial vs. Montgomery Bell Academy 7 p.m. at Sportsplex
Hume Fogg-Page vs. Independence-Summit 7:45 p.m. at A-Game
Father Ryan vs. Hendersonville 8 p.m. at Bridgestone Arena
Ravenwood vs. Tennessee Outlaws 9:15 p.m. at A-Game


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Clark Shelton has made Franklin home for over 2 decades, raised a family (his son currently attends MTSU), and contributed greatly to the quality of life in Downtown Franklin for many years as part of the Heritage Foundation and Downtown Franklin Association. He has been the General Manager of for 2 years, after serving as Social Media Coordinator in the early days.