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Connection: Corbitt inks with Freed-Hardeman

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection For the second time in as many weeks, a White House tennis player signed a college scholarship in a mostly virtual ceremony. Senior Savannah Corbitt inked with Freed-Hardeman University on Tuesday, May 12 to continue her education and tennis career. Most attendees, other than close family and

Connection: Rappuhn uses virtual ceremony to sign college offer

By Russell Vannozzi for The Robertson County Connection College signing ceremonies look a bit different these days thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing. Many athletes have opted for a small family gathering at home or to simply submit their letters of intent with little fanfare. White House High School took the creative route

Connection: TSSAA officially cancels basketball and spring sports

By Russell Vannozzi for Main Street Media The TSSAA tried to save the high school state basketball tournaments and Spring Fling for as long as possible. Instead of immediately canceling both events amid the COVID-19 pandemic, TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress left the door open for games to resume in early or mid-May. Higher powers

Tennis: Lady Devils edge Station Camp

By Kris Freeman for White House High School HENDERSONVILLE – The White House girls tennis team moved to 2-0 in two days for the 2020 season with a 4-3 victory over Station Camp on Tuesday at Memorial Park in Hendersonville. Lauryn Ramirez and Stephanie Ting won 8-4 in doubles over Taylor Spears and Kiley Duncan.

Tennis: White House sweeps both Portland matches, 7-0

The White House High School tennis teams opened at home Monday with a 7-0 sweep in boys and girls action against the Portland Panthers. Girls doubles: Corbitt/Rappuhn 8-1 Ramirez/Ting 8-0 Girls singles: Savannah Corbitt 6-1/6-0 Danielle Rappuhn 6-0/6-1 Lauryn Ramirez 6-0/6-0 Stephanie TingĀ 6-0/6-2 Alayna GroverĀ 6-0/6-0 Men’s doubles: Epting/Jenkins 8-0 Men’s singles: Jacob Jenkins 6-0/6-0 Casey

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

Sign up now for WH Tennis Camp (Grades 2-8) June 18-22

The White House High School tennis camp is June 18-22 at White House City Park for students entering grades second through eighth. The cost is $100 per camper, but there are discounts available for return campers ($80) and additional siblings ($60). The camp is 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day and will feature skills

18 New Photo Galleries in May! Check it out!

There are hundreds of photos from May 2019 brand new on www.bdpsports.com – Check out the galleries below! White House Tennis (District Tournament) White House Soccer vs. WH Heritage (District 9-AA) White House Baseball vs. Sycamore #3 (District 9-AA) White House Tennis vs. Macon County White House Baseball vs. Sycamore #2 (District 9-AA) White House

Tennis: Corbitt named All-District 9-AAA Girls Team

Savannah Corbitt of White House was named to the All-District 9-AAA tennis team. Photo courtesy of The Gallatin News. 9-AAA All-District girls, front from left: Savannah Westbrook (Wilson Central), Sydney Miller (Wilson Central), Carly Earnhardt (Mt. Juliet), Marisa Wirtz (Station Camp), Katie Lee (Hendersonville), Bella Lodge (Hendersonville), Lucy Sims (Hendersonville), Savannah Corbitt (White House). All-district

Tennis: Two matches rescheduled for later in April

The White House High School tennis team has rescheduled two matches postponed by weather. White House will play at Wilson Central on April 17th and at Hendersonville on April 23rd.