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Burnett Real Estate supports student leadership

White House High School is filled with aspiring student leaders. These leaders take charge to brainstorm, plan, and execute school and community-wide events such as the annual Veteran’s Day Program, Homecoming, Honor’s Night and many more. The student leaders have already been putting in hours this summer to plan another outstanding school year for their

Football: Remaining 7-on-7 Schedule

The White House High School football upcoming 7-on-7 drill scrimmage schedule: Monday, July 15 – at Pope John Paul II 11:00 Tuesday, July 16 – at Westmoreland 10:00 Tuesday, July 16 – home East Robertson 6:00 (annex field) Wednesday, July 17 – at Hendersonville 10:30 Picture day for the team is Friday, July 26th. The

Cross Country: Marsh to lead Blue Devils program

By Kris Freeman for White House High School WHITE HOUSE – When the White House High School cross country team hits the course this fall, it will be with a new head coach at the helm as the Blue Devils welcome Gary Marsh to the program. Marsh, a veteran of the United States Army and

Sullins Football Camp July 19th – Register!

The annual Sullins Football Camp is Friday, July 19th from 6-8 p.m. at Dewey H. Whitson Stadium at White House City Park. The camp is free for ages 6-12. To register for the camp, please visit the registration link below: REGISTER HERE

Volleyball Pancake Breakfast July 27th

The White House High School volleyball team will host a Pancake Breakfast July 27th from 7-10 a.m. at Colorado Grill in White House. Tickets are $5 each and all proceeds benefit the volleyball team. You can buy tickets from any volleyball team member or at the door.

Football: Nixon commits to CCU

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection CINCINNATI – Andrew Nixon was ready to hang up his football cleats for the final time. After starring at quarterback for White House, Nixon was done with the spotlight and thought he wanted to attend college as a regular student. “I just decided I was tired of

Baseball: Vogel commits to Murray State

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection WHITE HOUSE – Numerous White House baseball alumni have played in college, but only a few have played on the NCAA Division I level. Following his commitment to Murray State June 9, shortstop Drew Vogel is set to become the second White House player to sign directly with