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TNHSFB: Class 4-A Capsules

By Donovan Stewart for Tennessee High School Football The dead period is over and high school football teams are back to work this morning. That means it’s time to cover the entire state, so this is the ninth year of my Covering the Entire State Series and Class 4A will be profiled. Besides the team

Tennessean: 50 Questions for 2019 Football Season

The Tennessean explored 50 questions for the 2019 football season in the Nashville area. Visit the full article here. White House High School was Question #42… 42. How will White House’s Ryan Hamilton do in his first year after replacing Jeff Porter, who resigned after 32 years? Photo: Ken Herndon / For the Robertson County Times

Prep Hoops Prospect Report: Jacob McDonald

By Andrew Force for Prep Hoops White House senior-to-be Jacob McDonald picked up with Upward Stars Premiere North 17u last weekend.  The match was pleasing to the eye and the boxscore.  Jacob McDonald is ranked #172 in the state. READ MORE…

Football: Nixon signs with Cincinnati Christian

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection Recently graduated White House quarterback Andrew Nixon signed his letter-of-intent with Cincinnati Christian University July 8. Nixon passed for 3,671 yards and 38 touchdowns in his three seasons as a starter. He chose CCU over D-III Millikin University. White House coach Ryan Hamilton and former Blue Devil

Moved into White House? New student registration!

White House High School New Student Registration – July 24 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHHS Cafeteria – Click here to schedule a time slot! Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Arrive at the White House High School Main Building Cafeteria 30 minutes prior to your appointment.  Please make

Bowling: Watts named TSWA All-State

Jacob Watts, a senior from White House, was named to the 2019 Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s bowling All-State team. He finished as the TSSAA State runner up. Watts had the best individual performance in the state tournament with a semifinal perfect game of 300, but unfortunately fell to Smyrna’s Josh Meeke in the championship of

Wrestling: Whitehurst named TSWA All-State

White House seniors Ethan Rainey and Taylor Whitehurst were named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State wrestling team for 2019. The full list is at www.tswaonline.com Rainey was the Class AA state champion in the boys 220 pound division at the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships. He was the first wrestling state champion in school

Wrestling: Rainey named TSWA All-State

White House seniors Ethan Rainey and Taylor Whitehurst were named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State wrestling team for 2019. The full list is at www.tswaonline.com Rainey was the Class AA state champion in the boys 220 pound division at the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships. He was the first wrestling state champion in school

Track and Field: Holcomb named to All-County Team

By Zach Womble for The Gallatin News and Main Street Media Beech and Station Camp dominated the 2019 Main Street Preps All-Sumner County track and field teams as Beech’s David Ahlmeyer and Station Camp’s Hailey Miller were named boys and girls Athlete of the Year, respectively. Along with the 24 events, we also gave superlatives for

Tennis: Three Devils named All-County Honorable Mention

By Zach Womble for The Gallatin News and Main Street Media Station Camp freshman Carter Ramthun and Hendersonville junior Lucy Sims have been named the 2019 Main Street Preps Sumner County Most Valuable Players, respectively. The 2019 All-Sumner County team is made up of eight boys and eight girls players as well as three honorable