Photos by Angelene Cotto-Santiago Another photo gallery from the Blue and White Game on April 9, 2021
By Kris Freeman for White House High School WHITE HOUSE – Senior Dustin Palmer entered Tuesday night’s game with an impressive strikeout number and ERA for the season, but even better has been his ability to sit down the opponent without a hit. For… Continue Reading “BSB: Palmer Combines with Rogers for Second No-Hitter (Story and Photos)”
By Kris Freeman for White House High School The White House High School track team has competed in three meets this season, and has a total of 18 qualifiers for the sub-sectional later this season. White House has qualified in 13 individual events and… Continue Reading “Track Team Now with 18 Sub-Sectional Qualifiers (Results and 50 Photos)”
Photos by Victoria Linton and Graeson Linton
Photos by Aliyah Bibbee Greenbrier evens the season series with White House with a 7-1 victory on Tuesday. White House won at Greenbrier on Monday, 5-4.
Photos by Dawna Seavers, Erin Sanders and Trish Harris Westmoreland defeated White House 6-1 in varsity play and the White House JV team won 13-1 over the Lady Eagles on Tuesday.
The White House High School Track and Field team competed at Hendersonville High School on Tuesday. Photos by Brooklyn Sharber
By Kris Freeman | Photos provided by Becky Jenkins The White House tennis team completed its match on Friday at Macon County with several team members coming up with big wins. In boys action, White House won the doubles match with Jacob Jenkins and… Continue Reading “Tennis: White House Takes Down Macon County (Story and Photos)”
Photos by Victoria Linton, Graeson Linton and Kris Freeman White House soccer opened the season with a 3-1 victory over Hunters Lane, with two goals by Justin Southall and one by Carter Mann. Jonathan Sutton was in goal for the Devils. White House is… Continue Reading “MSOC: White House 3, Hunters Lane 1 (39 Photos)”
The White House High School track and field team began the 2021 season at Cookeville High School on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Photos by Preston Wallace