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Wrestling: Ethan Rainey presented State Championship Ring

By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director White House High School’s Ethan Rainey, a senior graduating tonight with the Class of 2019, was presented his 2019 TSSAA Class AA State Championship ring at White House High School. Rainey was honored during the Senior Walk, when he and his classmates walked the halls for the final time.

Wrestling: Rainey named to Tennessean All-Midstate Team

Ethan Rainey, the state champion for Class A/AA in the 220-pound division, was named to the 2019 Tennessean All-Midstate Wrestling Team. He was named to the second team, behind Wrestler of the Year and Class AAA state champion Skylar Coffey of Brentwood. Boys First team The first eight players are nominees for the boys wrestler of the

MainStreetMedia: Full TSSAA State Wrestling Results

By Main Street Preps The full results of the TSSAA State Wrestling Tournament in all classifications and all divisions, including three individual competitors from White House High School – Ethan Rainey, Taylor Whitehurst and Rhiley Burton. Read more…

Tennessean: Meet the TSSAA Individual State Wrestling Champions

By Tom Kreager for The Tennessean The TSSAA individual wrestling state championships were held Thursday-Saturday in Franklin. Here are the individual state champions. Class AAA 106 pounds: Trae McDaniel, Cleveland, def. Chris Calvin, McGavock, 12-4 113 pounds: Jackson Bradford, Cleveland, def. Thomas Borders, Wilson Central, 7-5 120 pounds: Michael Cannon, Arlington, def. Andrew Artilles, Collierville, 15-0. 126

Ethan Rainey: 2019 TSSAA State Wrestling Champion

Ethan Rainey, a senior at White House High School, completed his journey Saturday as the 2019 TSSAA State Wrestling Champion in 220 pound division of Class A/AA. Rainey went 4-0 at the state tournament Friday and Saturday, including a 7-5 decision in the final match. Congrats Ethan! www.bdpsports.com will have a full story this week!

Wrestling: Rainey and Whitehurst to wrestle for a state championship Saturday 4:30 pm (See link to watch)

By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director FRANKLIN – White House seniors Ethan Rainey and Taylor Whitehurst will be wrestling a winner-take-all match at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center on Saturday for the right to be called a state champion. Both wrestlers advanced to the TSSAA State Championship Finals for wrestling after Friday’s impressive performance

Wrestling: Rainey and Whitehurst win opening matches at TSSAA State

Congratulations to Ethan Rainey and Taylor Whitehurst, who have won their opening matches in the TSSAA Class A/AA State Wrestling Tournament. Rainey defeated Donavyn Walker of Chattanooga Central by pinfall (3:45). Rainey (23-2) will face Xion Dixon of Cascade (13-12) in the quarterfinals early Friday afternoon. Whitehurst defeated Maggie Kite of Science Hill by pinfall (4:26).

Wrestling: Burton, Rainey, Whitehurst head to state Friday

By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director FRANKLIN – Three White House High School seniors will head to the TSSAA Class A/AA State Wrestling Tournament in the individual bracket on Friday, as Ethan Rainey, Rhiley Burton and Taylor Whitehurst begin their quest to a state final finish at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center. All three

In School Wrestling Match Tuesday postponed

Because of Sumner County Schools opening two hours late on Tuesday, White House High School will be on an adjusted schedule and the in-school wrestling match event has been postponed. Sumner County Schools is opening at 10:15 a.m. because of the threat of inclement weather. More updates at a later time.

Wrestling: Middle School excels at Clarksville and Fairview

The White House Middle School wrestling team competed at the Clarksville Open Tournament on Saturday and the Fairview Open Tournament back on December 22. Tony Jeffrey of White House Wrestling Club finished in second place at Clarksville. He received a bye in round one, then won a quarterfinal match by 1:22 fall. In the semifinals,