White House Heritage Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Want to run HS Cross Country this Fall?

Any HS student interested in running Cross Country on the fall, please contact Coach Doty at 615-364-5219.

The Connection: The 10 best Robertson sports moments from the 2019-20 school year

The 2019-20 school year was shorter than expected yet still full of memorable sports moments. Robertson County produced its share of sports highlights, sending basketball, cross country, football, golf and wrestling teams to TSSAA state tournaments. Sophomore phenoms like Taylor Groves and Molly Smith earned impressive individual achievements, while a long-standing soccer losing streak was

HS CC: MSP-East Robertson, Greenbrier and WH Heritage runners compete at state meet

STAFF REPORTS sports@mainstreetmediatn.com Nov 5, 2019    Cross country athletes from three area schools competed in the TSSAA state championships on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Percy Warner Park in Nashville. East Robertson and Greenbrier each had one individual runner qualify for state, while the entire boys and girls teams from White House Heritage qualified. The

HS CC: Results from State Championship

    Click the link to see all the HS Cross County results from Division I Small Schools: TSSAA State Cross Country Championship  

HS CC: Team competes in the State Tournament at Steeplechase

Congratulations to the Heritage HS Cross Country teams on a phenomenal season! The HS CC teams ran in the state championship at Steeplechase in Brentwood on Saturday, November 2, 2019. The girls finished 3rd out of 23 teams. The top girls were Bella Richardson, Emily Roque, Abby Page, Kenzie Bennett and Erika Buckett.  The boys

HS Cross Country: MSP-Bennett wins girls region race, both Heritage XC teams advance to state

STAFF REPORTS sports@mainstreetmediatn.com Oct 26, 2019  The White House Heritage cross country teams performed well at the Small School Region 5 meet last Thursday at Percy Warner Park. Senior Mackenzie Bennett won the girls meet and the Heritage girls combined to take first as a team. The boys finished as the runner-up. Both teams advanced

Cross Country runs in the Mid-State Championship

The HS CC boys and girls teams ran in the Mid-State Championship at Dickson County on Saturday, October 12, 2019.      The girls finished 5th overall. Top runners were Kenzie Bennett, Bella Richardson, Emily Roque, Lily Bloodworth and Kailey Frank.   The boys finished 4th overall. Top runners were Luke Taylor, Wade Searcy, Samuel Eden, Zack Gilley