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Connection: Young White House wrestlers faced tough road at TSSAA

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection A pair of Robertson County wrestlers took home third-place finishes at the TSSAA individual wrestling state championships Saturday at the Williamson County Expo Center in Franklin. Greenbrier senior Cole McCartney topped Pigeon Forge’s Noah Dyer by a 7-6 decision to finish third in the Class A-AA 126-pound

Soccer: Miller signs with Dyersburg State

By Kris Freeman for White House High School Senior soccer player Baylee Miller signed with Dyersburg State Community College to continue her athletic career past high school, joining her friends, family and teammates and coaches for a signing ceremony on Friday at the White House High School library. Miller is a three-sport athlete at WHHS,

Celebrating Diversity at White House High School

February is Black History Month, celebrated around the world and in the United States. However, White House High School is working every day to celebrate diversity in our community and school, through a variety of culture, background and race. A few students from WHHS gathered on Friday and we are excited to be sharing more

Wrestling: Hammond pinned by defending state champion

By Kris Freeman for White House High School FRANKLIN – Freshman Tyler Hammond of White House High School was pinned by defending state champion Trevor Lewis of Hixson in the opening match of the TSSAA State Tournament on Friday. Lewis will face Brody McLemore of Eagleville in the winner’s bracket second round, and Hammond will

Wrestling: Hutcherson suffers pin fall in first state match

By Kris Freeman for White House High School FRANKLIN – White House freshman Cade Hutcherson lost his opening match of the TSSAA State Wrestling Tournament on Friday, falling to sophomore LeAndre Dabney of Greeneville. Dabney pinned Hutcherson in 2:34. Cade advanced to the consolation bracket where he received a bye, and will wrestle again at

Connection: Westmoreland shocks White House

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection | Photos by Phil Stauder Westmoreland senior Dawson Mitchell knew he had nothing to lose, and neither did his team. The No. 7 Eagles were tied 42-42 with No. 2 White House with less than 10 seconds remaining in Wednesday’s District 9-AA tournament quarterfinal at Cheatham County

A Message from Coach Cook to BDP

To the Blue Devil family, Words cannot begin to describe my hurt for our team right now, especially the seven seniors. To see how this group has grown on and off the court has ben fun to watch. I’m forever grateful and blessed to have been able to coach Zak, Durstin, Evan, Harrison, Logan, Noah