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SCMST Girls: Ellis 41, Rucker-Stewart 5 (Final)

Ellis Middle School (2) defeats Rucker-Stewart Middle School (7) in game two of the Sumner County Middle School Basketball Tournament in the girls bracket at White House Middle School. Games are being broadcast live on White House BDP on Facebook.

SCMST Girls: Shafer 39, TW Hunter 38 (Final)

Shafer Middle School (5) defeats T.W. Hunter Middle School (4) in game one of the Sumner County Middle School Basketball Tournament in the girls bracket at White House Middle School. Games are being broadcast live on White House BDP on Facebook.

Congrats to Durstin Adams: 1,000 Career Points!

Needing nine points entering tonight’s game against Harpeth, White House senior center Durstin Adams reached the 1,000-point mark for his career. Congratulations to Durstin on this outstanding achievement! Adams scored on a three-point play with two minutes left in the second quarter to give him 10 points in the first half.

Baseball Pancake Breakfast – Saturday 7-10 am!

Join the White House High School baseball team for a pancake breakfast at Colorado Grill from 7-10 am Saturday, January 18th. Tickets are $5 per plate and may be purchased at the door or from any baseball player! Come out and have breakfast and support the team!

Swim Team places 3rd at Sumner County Championships

The White House High School swim team, coached by Jessica Watson and Julie Thorp, placed third at the Sumner County Swim Meet Championships on Wednesday. The boys placed third and the team as a whole placed third overall. At a previous meet back in December, Blaze Stewart, 11th grade, qualified for regions in the 100 breast

Bowling: WH boys stay alive, girls region champs

The White House High School boys bowling team won its quarterfinal match in the Region Tournament on Wednesday, and will bowl again on Thursday for a chance to go to the region finals and earn a substate berth. The top two teams of the remaining four will advance. White House defeated Stone Memorial, 15.5-11.5 on

Tennessean: Tuesday’s top performers (Durstin Adams)

Here are the top Nashville area high school basketball scorers from Tuesday night’s games as reported to The Tennessean. FULL STORY Boys Ryley McClaran, Eagleville. McClaran hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 39 points in an 87-68 win over Huntland. Grant Slatten, White County. Slatten hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 34 points

Basketball: Adams drops 24 to beat Bobcats

White House defeated Greenbrier, 57-48, on Tuesday night to improve to 3-2 in District 9-AA and 5-15 overall. Greenbrier fell to 10-6, 3-2. Durstin Adams led the way with 24 points for the Blue Devils.

Connection: Devils split with Cheatham County

White House senior Durstin Adams tied his season high in a 75-53 victory over Cheatham County on Friday night. The Blue Devils (3-13) also went 12-of-19 on three-point attempts. White House has now won two in a row after beating Nolensville 66-61 in the seventh-place game of the Middle Tennessee Invitational at Franklin High School