White House Heritage Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Boys HS Basketball is coached by Carl Miller. Assistant coaches are Mark Reid and Jonathan Sutton.

Coach Miller can be reached at carl.miller@rcstn.net.   

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Boys Basketball: Freshman Tryout Information

Boys Freshman basketball tryouts will be held Thursday July 9th & Friday July 10th from 1:30-3:00. Arrive by 1:15.  Tryouts are closed to the public. Must have a current sports physical/PPT in hand. No physical=No tryout. Must come properly dressed (shorts, t-shirt, tennis shoes) and bring their own water bottle. Enter through back doors of

The Connection: 2019-20 All-Robertson boys basketball team

MSP     RUSSELL VANNOZZI  4/14/2020   The Connection has compiled its 2019-20 All-Robertson County boys basketball team. East Robertson sophomore Taylor Groves took Player of the Year honors after averaging 21 points per game and leading the Indians to the TSSAA Class A state tournament. In the same vein, East Robertson earned Team of the Year

HS Boys Basketball: Patriots celebrate team manager, Zana Omar

Tuesday, February 11, 2020, was a night to remember for senior basketball team manager, Zana Omar.  Omar, who has been team manager since his 8th grade year, has been a staple on the bench for the Heritage boys’ basketball team. Last week, Coach Miller decided to dress Zana for the Senior Night game against Harpeth. “It

HS Boys Basketball: MSP-Sycamore boys sweep WH Heritage, extend win streak to 13

MSP     RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com        Jan 30, 2020 While the White House Heritage girls basketball is streaking, the boys team is skidding in the opposite direction. The Patriots lost to Sycamore 54-38 on Monday and 46-26 on Tuesday to fall to 4-4 in District 9-AA play. Heritage (9-13) has lost four straight and

HS Boys Basketball: MSP-Freel leads Heritage in Miller’s return to Greenbrier

MSP       RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com    Jan. 12,2020 White House Heritage coach Carl Miller was victorious in his return to Greenbrier, thanks in part to a career night from junior Timmy Freel. Freel scored a game-high 16 points, also a career best, to lead the Patriots to a 60-42 victory over Greenbrier. It was