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Gallatin Football Launches New Sites

November 14, 2007 has launched new sites for all Gallatin High School athletics. You can visit these sites by clicking on the GHS Sports navigation link above. Get up to date information from your team's coach, reports on competititions, and catch the action of Gallatin basketball by linking to WHIN radio broadcast.

We are working daily to get all the sites up and running. Obviously, we are working on the winter sports to complete them first. Stay in touch.


Season Ends at Independence

November 11, 2007

Gallatin was defeated by Independence High School on Friday night by a score of 42-7. The loss ends the Green Wave's season with a 4-7 record. It was the last game for Antonio Butler and the rest of the Green Wave senior class. They end their career with a record of 23-11, and two Region 5-5A championships during their three years at the varsity level.

Wave Wins Game & Playoff Birth

November 3, 2007

Gallatin gets two touchdowns and shuts out McGavock to earn fourth place in region 5-5A. Gallatin will travel to Independence on Friday to play the first place Eagles. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm. If you are traveling to the game, you can get directions to the high school off our Directions link.

Hunters Lane Gets New Life

October 31, 2007

TSSAA has ruled that the player at Hunters Lane, although in his fifth year of high school, has not used all eight semesters of athletic eligibility. This ruling will allow Hunters Lane to keep their record, and keep them atop the Region 5-5A standings.

See related story from the Tennessean

Hunters Lane Penalized

October 29, 2007

Hunters Lane High School, the current leader in Region 5-5A, will have to forfeit all nine games according to TSSAA sources. The Warriors have been penalized for playing a student athlete who is not eligible.

The result is a positive to the Green Wave. It now puts the Green Wave record at 4-2 in region play, tied for second currently with Hendersonville. The forfeit hurts Hendersonville, who has yet to play Hunter's Lane, and hurts Overton, who defeated Hunters Lane earlier in the year. Gallatin is guaranteed a playoff game with a win over McGavock on Friday. A win would put the Green Wave at home for a first round playoff game against the third place team in the Williamson County/Dickson County region. A loss against McGavock would almost eliminate the Green Wave. The tie breaker would favor both Hendersonville & McGavock. The only possibility to advance would be if Overton would lose their final game of the year.

Commandos Get Water Tortured

October 27, 2007

As usual, it was close. The Wave had convincing drives in the first and third quarters, but the Commandos were able to keep it close until midway through the fourth. That's when the quarterback duo of Butler and Matthews combined for three scores to put it out of reach. Gallatin 34, Hendersonville 13.

See Hendersonville Game Pics

Wave Hosts Commandos

October 26,2007

The rivalry continues tonight. The Green Wave hosts Hendersonville. The Green Wave have owned the Commandos over the last few years. A playoff game is at stake. Get it done boys!!

Action starts at 7:30 pm and can be heard at our WHIN link to your left.

Macon County Cancels Frosh Game

October 22, 2007

Macon County High School has canceled the October 25 game against the Freshman Football team for school and community reasons.

The Green Wave administration has been looking for another opponent to fill the date, but none has been found as yet. If none is found by the end of the school day, the season will be declared over.

There has been some talk of moving some of the Freshman up to the varsity ranks to get them some extra practice and become familiar with the Varsity coaches, but no decision has been made as of this time.

Wave Gets Upended

October 20, 2007

The Green Wave played their poorest game to date Friday evening against the Hunter's Lane Warriors, losing 35-0. Gallatin could not capitalize on Hunter's Lane's turnovers. The opposite was true for the Warriors. Gallatin must win the next two weeks in order to reach the playoffs. The Green Wave hosts Hendersonville and McGavock to end the regular season.

JV Breaks Camp

October 15, 2007

The JV squad spoiled the Bison hopes of a win on Monday evening. The Wave, lead by Ryan Critchelow, scored in the last minute to beat the Heard 15-7.

Frosh Slip by Hendersonville

October 13, 2007

DeWallace Sharkley caught a touchdown pass from Drew Corder, and Zach Lechner tacked on the extra point that led the Gallatin Freshman team to an impressive win over Hendersonville, 7 - 6.  The Gallatin defense did not allow a point in the win.  The Wave host Station Camp Thursday at 6:30.

Bobcats Run By Wave

October 11, 2007

The Overton Bobcats defeated the Wave Thursday night by a score of 33-21.  The Bobcats did all of their damage on the ground while improving their region record to 3-1.  The Wave drop to 2-2 in region play and travel to Hunter’s Lane on Friday for a 7:00pm kickoff.


Wave Visits Overton Tonight

October 11,2007

The Gallatin Green Wave battle the Overton Bobcats tonight 7pm. If you can't make the trip to Nashville, catch all the game action with our link to 1010AM WHIN.

Antioch Gives Wave First Region Loss

October 5, 2007

Gallatin lost a heartbreaker tonight 25-24. It was the Wave's first region loss in nearly two years. The Wave battles Overton this Thursday night.

Wilkes and Co. Leave Wave 2-3

September 29, 2007

It was easy to see why Rod Wilkes is a U.T. committment on Friday night. Wilkes made the jump ball catches, and also a diving grab in the end zone to lead the Bulldogs over the host Green Wave. At times, it looked as if Quarterback, Sonny Gray just threw the ball up in the air and let the 6-3 receiver pull the ball down.

The Green Wave, led by Quarterback Antonio Butler had an impressive drive to begin the game, but the Wave was unable to consistently march the ball down field.

The Green Wave host Antioch Friday for their annual homecoming event.


Gallatin Hosts 5-A Champs Tonight

September 28, 2007

The Smyrna Bulldogs pull into the Wave Yard tonight to take on the Wave at 7:30. Smyrna is currently 2-2 on the season, having lost to Lebanon, and Brentwood Academy. The Bulldogs return Vanderbilt pitching signee Sonny Gray along with a host of skill people. Wave fans, keep your eyes out for Smyrna's Freshman tailback.

Gallatin looks to keep its streak against Smyrna alive and well. The Green Wave and the Bulldogs haven't played since 2004. Get there early, the stadium will be packed.


Gallatin Shuts Out Colts

September 22, 2007

By Ethan Greer

Breakout performance.
That would be one way to describe Gallatin’s 38-0 thumping  of Glencliff this past week. The win moved the Green Wave to 2-2 on the season and more importantly moved their Region 5-5A mark to 2-0 which ties them atop the standings with Hendersonville.

After struggling in different phases of the game over the course of the first three weeks of the season, the Green Wave put together their best all-around performance of the season en route to the shutout. Playing the last of three straight road games, the Green Wave started the game with a bang as they scored on its first two possessions of the ballgame to gain control of the game.

You can read more of Ethan's article in this weeks edition of

Varsity Visits Colts

September 21, 2007

The Green Wave goes to Nashville tonight to visit the Glencliff Colts in a region contest. Everyone please remember that game time, when traveling to Nashville, is 7pm. This is a very important game for the Wave as they seek to remain unbeaten in region play. Please listen to the game with our link to WHIN radio.

Freshman Football at Mt. Juliet

September 20, 2007

The Freshman football team plays at Mt. Juliet today at 6:00. There seems to have been some confusion about the start time. The team will leave the school around 4:20 today.

Mt. Juliet Big Plays the Wave

(September15, 2007)

Mt. Juliet came up with three touchdowns of over 40 yards each to give the advantage to the hosting Bears Friday night by a score of 28-14. Gallatin visits Region foe Glencliff Friday. Remember, kick-off is at 7pm.

Gallatin Varsity Travel to Mt. Juliet

(September 14, 2007)

The Gallatin Green Wave travel to Mt. Juliet for a 7:30 contest against the Golden Bears. The matchup will reinstate a long time rivalry that has been on hold for the past six years. Based on the Bears record from last year, and the return of their quarterback and several other letterwinners, this years contest looks to be another game that should qualify as a classic.


Gallatin Freshman Drop Close Contest

(September 14,2007)

The Green Wave Freshman dropped a heartbreaker to visiting Beech last night by a score of 36-34. The Gallatin Freshman continuously hurt themselves with penalties and fumbles. The Freshman are now 0-2 on the season and travel to Mt. Juliet next Thursday to take on the Bears.

The Freshman coaches are very proud of last nights effort, and have seen a huge improvement from the previous week. Concentration and paying a attention to the details are the themes for this week's preparation.


Gallatin Wins!

Gallatin wins at the very last minute by a score of 24 to 17. With a under a minute to go in the 4th quarter and Hillwood charging down the field Cody Matthews intercepts the pass to preserve the game.

The Green Wave 1-1, 1-0 will play at Mt. Juliet this Friday in a non-region contest.

Gallatin Battles Hillwood Tonight

(September 7, 2007)

The Gallatin Green Wave take the show on the road and try to bounce into the win column tonight against the Hillwood Hilltoppers.

Lebanon defeated Gallatin last week 24-10 to end the Green Wave's regualr season win record at 12 games. Gallatin hopes to get back to their winning ways by visiting Hillwood who currently stand at 0-2 for the season. As usual, you should expect to see outstanding speed from the Hilltoppers. Their team speed always makes them a threat to score from anywhere on the field.

Please visit our link to WHIN for all the action beginning at 7:00 pm.

Sumner County Jamboree Canceled

(August 25, 2007)

Due to the extreme heat conditions, the Sumner County Jamboree scheduled for this afternoon is canceled.

The directive was issued by Mr. Bennie Bills, the superintendant of Sumner County Schools. Over the past couple of weeks several heat related illnesses have overcome Sumner County students and the decision was made to prevent even more of those from happening this evening.

The event will not be rescheduled, which means the Green Wave's next opponent will be the Lebanon Blue Devils in a home opener next Friday, August 31at the Wave Yard. The freshmen begin their season Thursday, September 6 at home against the Brentwood Bruins.

Scrimmage Friday

(August 16, 2007)

Gallatin's football teams will scrimmage Clarksville Northwest at the high school on Friday, August 17. The Varsity is set to scrimmage and the Freshmen will also scrimmage at the same time. The games are expected to begin about 5:30 pm.

Results from the scrimmage will be posted over the weekend.

Green Light Special Tonight

(August 7, 2007)

Registration for classes begin tonight and wrap up tomorrow evening at the high school. Students are expected to register between the hours of 6pm and 9pm the next two evenings. Parents should accompany their student to fill our necessary forms and have questions answered. Several area businesses will be here tonight and many high school clubs will be represented also.

GHS Camp Champs Again

(August 7, 2007)

The Green Wave are Camp ROW Champs again. They were able to defeat Sevier County and McCallie High School during their one week camp workouts in Chattanooga.

Several players mentioned by the coaching staff had excellent weeks, but the most surprising was that of senior quarterback Antonio Butler and sophomore punter James Satterfield. Several of the sophomore class made huge strides in competing for and winning jobs at various positions. All of the coaches have mentioned that it was a combined team effort and they were happy to see how the team had progressed from Friday to Monday.

Off the field news was made by Ethan Burns, Ryan Lechner, and Sky Soule. Burns and Lechner tied for the belly-flop contest winners even though there were many write-in ballots for sophomore classmate Dustin "The Worm" Perry. Sky Soule won the hotdog eating competition, wolfing down seven dogs in five minutes. Luke McKee and Stewart Thompson were runner's up for this prestigous award.

The team is back home today and have been given the next couple of days off. They are scheduled to be back on the field Thursday.


Season Tickets on Sale Now

(August 1, 2007)

Reserved tickets for this years games went on sale today. For more information, please contact Kay Smith at the high school, 452-2621. Tickets will only be held for a limited time before they are made available to the public.

Freshman season tickets go on sale Friday, August third. The cost of the tickets are $15. It includes five home games this year along with a ticket to the Sumner County Jamboree. See a freshman football player or parent for more details.

Green Wave Begins Hunt for Third Straight

(July 30, 2007)

It's football time again in Gallatin. The Green Wave began their two-a-day sessions Friday morning in hopes of mounting a bid for their third straight region championship.

Practices begin at 7 am. and again at 5 pm. This schedule will continue until Wednesday morining, when the Green Wave sets out for camp in Chattanooga. Stay in touch with us during camp ROW, as we get updates from the Coaching Staff on the progress of this years team.

Tidal Wave Camp Set

(June 25, 2007)

Tidal Wave Camp this year will be held July 9th-12th beginning at 8:30 am. and ending at 11:30. The camp if free of charge to any student athlete entering the 6th, 7th, or 8th grades for the 2007-2008 school year.

The camp is coached by the Gallatin Green Wave Varsity and Freshman coaching staff along with both Middle School staffs. Current high school football players are also involved in the camp, teaching various offensive and defensive positions.

All freshman are expected to attend the camp for season preparations. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Jackson, (615)289-4528, for more information.

Parents: Please Help

(June 5, 2007)


If your student athlete is a rising senior, it is important for them to have already taken their ACT college admission test or preparing to register for it this summer or early fall. The first test is free if they can get in touch with their guidance counselor for a voucher. This must be done in order for them to go through the NCAA clearinghouse. This will be one of the first questions any recruiter will ask. Please help to prepare them for this question and the recruiting process.

Summer Workouts Going Strong

(June 5, 2006)

The Green Wave have begun their summer workout program in preparation for the season. Football players are expected to make a number of workouts before fall camp begins at the end of July. Workouts are every morning from 6:00 am. to 7:30 am, except Wednesdays. This schedule will continue until the dead weeks of June 24th, and July first.

Coach Williamson is arranging makeup workouts at the Civic Center during the dead weeks. These days will be unsupervised and up to the players to sign in with the employees of the Civic Center.Players are encouraged to make as many of these days as possible.

Freshman football players are encouraged to attend workouts with the Varsity. There have been serveral in attendance already. Coach Jackson will be there and available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Stay tuned for more updates.

Annual Game Ends With Tie

(May 16, 2007)

The Gold scored late on an eight yard pass from Butler to Eric Womac to tie the Green 21-21 at the Wave Yard last night. From the outset both teams seemed set on winning. The Green jumped out to a 14-0 lead on scores from Ross Hollins and Adam Patrick. The Gold team then caught momentum on scores from Quarterbacks Antonio Butler and Cody Matthews. Enriquez Perry scored on an eight yard run to end the third quarter scoring and give the Green a 21-14 lead. At the end of the fourth the Gold recovered a fumble to set up Butler's pass to Womac.

The kicking duties were shared by four different placekickers, all of which were successful on their extra point attempts. In addition to the kicking game the coaching staff were excited about the play of Butler, Hollins, Matthews, Patrick, D.J. Woods, Ryan Critchelow, Jontae Gleaves, Jake McDole and Basketball standout Jonathon Newbell.

Thanks to all you attended and participated in helping to make this a successful spring. Summer workouts begin next week for the Green Wave as they try to three-peat as Region Champions. Stay tuned for more coverage throughout this summer.

Green & Gold Game

(May 15, 2007)

The Green Wave participate in their annual spring intersquad scrimmage tonight at the Wave Yard. Action begins at 6:30 and admission is a white hand towel. There has been a lot of "smack" between the Green and Gold teams, so look for some exciting action this evening.

Scrimmage Called Off

(May 14, 2007)

Today's scrimmage with Blackman has been called off due to the Spring Sports Banquet which is also scheduled for this evening. The Green Wave will host their annual Green and Gold game tomorrow night at the stadium. Game time is scheduled for 6:30. Admission is one white hand towel.

Sports Physicals

(May 12, 2007)

All athletes participating in sports at Gallatin High School next year are required to have a physical completed. They are being given today at the high school at 9:00 am. for free, compliments of Sumner Regional and our Sumner County medical professionals.

If you do not have the physical forms filled out yet, you can print them off from our forms link, listed above.

Blaze Gets Doused

(May 11, 2007)

Five minutes before the Green Wave was to take the field against the Blackman Blaze, lightening bolts lit up the sky and sent both teams for cover. After a 50 minute downpour, both coaches agreed to try it again on Monday. Stay tuned for more updates on

White House Scrimmage

(May 7, 2007)
The Gallatin Green Wave scrimmaged White House High School on Friday and came out with a 4-3 win against the Blue Devils.  In Coach speak, Gallatin scored four touchdowns against three for White House. 

Senior Clint Maynard started the scoring on a 45 yard touchdown reception from Cody Matthews.  The second score came on a fumble recovery and run by senior Zach O’Brien.  Senior Jonathon Woodard scored on a 65 yard run, and Cody Matthews struck again with a 50 yard pass completion to Zach O’Brien.

Come out and support the 2007 version of the Green Wave as they battle the Blaze from Blackman 5:15 pm. on Friday at Gallatin High School’s practice field.


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