White House Classic: Schedule and Preview for Dec. 20-21 slate

By Kris Freeman for White House High School

The 2021 White House Classic will feature four girls and four boys teams in high school basketball on Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 20-21.

Games will begin at 3:00, 4:30, 6:00 and 7:30 each day, and are not played in bracket style. Each team will play two games total.

The girls teams are Siegel, Lebanon, Clarksville and White House. The boys teams are White House Heritage, Jo Byrns, Westmoreland and White House.

All eight games will be broadcast live on The Blue Devil Network on Facebook at White House BDP.

How to watch: Go to Facebook and search “White House BDP” and games will go live when they begin. Each game will be a separate broadcast. Games are subject to removal from the network following the games per coach request, so a replay is only guaranteed for a short period of time.

All tickets must be purchased on GoFan. There is NO cash option at the door. One ticket is good for all four games each day, so for $10 you can watch the entire tournament per person.

Live Scoreboard: Twitter @WhiteHouseBDP

Schedule of Games:

  • Lebanon (home) vs. Clarksville (visitor) | 3:00 Monday Girls
  • WH Heritage (home) vs. Westmoreland (visitor) | 4:30 Monday Boys
  • White House (home) vs. Siegel (visitor) | 6:00 Monday Girls
  • White House (home) vs. Jo Byrns (visitor) | 7:30 p.m. Monday Boys
  • Siegel (home) vs. Lebanon (visitor) | 3:00 Tuesday Girls
  • Jo Byrns (home) vs. WH Heritage (visitor) | 4:30 Tuesday Boys
  • White House (home) vs. Clarksville (visitor) | 6:00 Tuesday Girls
  • White House (home) vs. Westmoreland (visitor) | 7:30 Tuesday Boys

The Lebanon girls are 9-2 and currently ranked No. 12 in Class 4-A. Lebanon is coming off a Class AAA state runner up finish, losing to Blackman in the title game 64-56. Clarksville is 7-1 and ranked No. 16 in Class 4-A. White House is 7-3 and officially ranked by CoachT.com as the No. 19 team in Class 3-A. White House has won four in a row and seven of its last eight games. Siegel is 2-5, but just won its first two games of the year, defeating Wilson Central and Smyrna.

White House Heritage (7-2) comes in as the best team on the boys side with a 77-73 overtime win over White House on Friday. White House Heritage is ranked No. 10 in Class 2-A and has losses to Greenbrier and Hendersonville. Westmoreland (1-7) has lost every game since a season opening win over Christian Community School. Jo Byrns (3-4) has wins over McEwen, Houston County and Cheatham County, and White House comes in 2-8 with a win over Stewart County and Hume Fogg by forfeit.

Fan Information:

  • Ticket on GoFan is good for all four games each day.
  • Separate ticket for each day
  • Home team fans will sit on the side of the gym with two levels (home side)
  • Visitor team fans will sit on the side of the gym with upper level only, above the benches
  • TACA and TSSAA cards are permitted for coaches and staff
  • School is located at 508 Tyree Springs Rd. White House TN 37188.
  • To access the school from I-65, take exit 108 and head east on Highway 76 through the restaurants and shopping area of town. When you reach the Kroger shopping center and Speedway gas station, turn right on Raymond Hirsch Parkway and go straight until you reach the school at the corner of Raymond Hirsch Parkway and Tyree Springs Rd.
  • There is parking accessible in front of the school and also to the left of the school building and behind the building in front of the sports practice facilities.
  • Concessions will be sold during the event.
  • There is no cash ticket option.
  • There are currently no COVID-19 guidelines or protocols in place for this event, however we encourage fans to make safety and security a priority and maintain recommendations for safety for each family on a personal basis.

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