Titans host High School Media Day

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Max Page, Ben McLendon,  Carter Bowman, and Conner Palk discuss the 2016 Franklin Football Season.

A few of our guys had the chance to attend the Tennessee Titans High School Media Day today at Nissan Field.  It was a fun and interesting morning talking to various media outlets about the upcoming Rebel season.  Thank you to the Tennessee Titans and our players who represented Franklin Football.


2016 Football Program – A Great Way to Advertise

Tom Rossi has been working on this year’s Football Program and is wrapping up a few deadlines before the first game of the season.  Our football program is a GREAT place to advertise.  We sell our program at every home game for a low price of $5.00 so lots of people are viewing the ads every week.  When looking for services many people consult our advertisers first.  Please let Tom know if you or your company are interested in advertising.  The deadline is approaching but we have made this a very easy process.

Full Page Ad – $800

Half Page Ad – $400

Quarter Page Ad – $200


Reserved Seating Available on Monday, July 25th

Reserved seats will go on sale next Monday, July 25th for the following prices:

Bleacher Seats  $75

Top Row under Press Box – $85

Red Back Seats – $95

Senior Citizens – $60

Mail checks to Michelle Palk at 288 Gillette Dr 37069Franklin Stands

Please see the Seating Chart LINK below.  Please let Michelle know the AREA you would want, not specific seats.

It is a constant moving spreadsheet until all seats are purchased depending on the number of seats everyone purchases. Email: palk@comcast.net

Seating Chart Link…

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Williamson County to host first Football Media Day on August 4

First Williamson County Schools Football Media Day set for Aug. 4

Williamson County Schools will host its first-ever Football Media Day at the new Nolensville High School on Thursday, Aug. 4, with all nine of the county’s head football coaches on the media hot seat for preseason questioning. “It’s just another opportunity to showcase the great talent of players and coaches we have in this county,” said Williamson County Athletic Specialist Jeremy Qualls.