“I told the girls, when we come here, I called this our ‘Field of Dreams’ because it’s our step to the state tournament,” said Central Magnet girls soccer head coach Ray Bennett after defeating White House Heritage 2-0 Saturday night.
After several rain delays, the Springfield Yellow Jackets and Greenbrier Bobcats squared off Friday in wet conditions, leading to a sloppy game with multiple turnovers by both teams.
Runners from East Robertson, Greenbrier, Springfield and White House Heritage participated in the Robertson Run on Thursday, Oct. 8. Below are the top 5 finishers from the boys and girls competitions.
“You can’t tell from the score, but I thought we played better than we have.” That was Jo Byrns head coach Tom Adkins’ takeaway from the 41-0 loss against Moore County Friday night.
White House Heritage Middle School sent their entire boys cross country team to state at Weakley Park in Clarksville, TN on Saturday, Oct. 3.
In the seven-year history of the series between the two White House, Tenn. schools, the White House Heritage Patriots had never won the matchup in consecutive years. That changed Friday night as they were able to leave Dewey H. Whitson Stadium with a 48-27 win and the Rotary Cup.
Coming off a bye week after their first loss of the season to Marshall County, the Springfield Yellow Jackets were hungry to get things back on track with an important region contest at home against Montgomery Central.
The Greenbrier Bobcats turned two early turnovers into touchdowns to send them on their way to a 40-0 win over the visiting Cheatham County Cubs for a homecoming victory on Friday.
The Springfield Lady Jackets made quick work of the Greenbrier Lady Cats in the first round of the District 11AA volleyball tournament, needing only three sets to advance.
The White House Lady Devils took home a 2-1 victory and a regular-season district title Thursday night, defeating crosstown rival White House Heritage.
The Jo Byrns Lady Devils avenged their earlier loss to the Springfield Lady Jackets in exciting fashion Wednesday night, taking a back-and-forth match in four sets.
The Montgomery Central Indians were unable to get anything going on offense during their Friday night game against the Greenbrier Bobcats, eventually falling 21-0.
The Creek Wood Red Hawks dominated the second half to pick up their third consecutive region win and seventh overall this season, defeating the White House Heritage Patriots 35-19 on Friday.