White House Heritage Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls HS Basketball is coached by Clay Head. Assistant Coach is Richard Hamilton.

Coach Head can be reached at clay.head@rcstn.net.  

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The Connection: Alex McFarlin named to TCCAA All-Conference team

Apr 22, 2020       STAFF REPORTS      sports@mainstreetmediatn.com Former White House Heritage dual-sport standout Alex McFarlin has continued her athletic success at the collegiate level. McFarlin, who plays basketball and softball at Volunteer State Community College, was recently named to the Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) All-Conference second team for basketball. The

MSP: All-Robertson County girls basketball

MSP   Russell Vannozzi  Mar 31, 2020 The Connection has named its 2019-20 All-Robertson County girls basketball team. Jo Byrns sophomore Brooke Dowlen earned Player of the Year honors for leading the county in scoring and helping her team reach the Class A sectional round. Coach of the Year went to Jessica Holt of Jo Byrns, while White

HS Basketball: Russell hits 1000

Senior Kelsey Russell has accomplished a feat most players never will.  She joins just eight other Heritage basketball players in the 1000 Point Club.  Kelsey scored her 1000th point in the district tournament game on February 19, 2020 vs White House Blue Devils. The Lady Pats defeated WH 44-26. Russell lead scoring with 18 points. She was

MSP-Russell drops 27 in WH Heritage blowout of RePublic

MSP    RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com              Mar 1, 2020 When the White House Heritage girls basketball team advanced to the Region 5-AA semifinals last season, there was a sense of excitement. The Lady Patriots weren’t necessarily expecting to advance that deep into the postseason after narrowly beating Martin Luther King Jr.

HS Girls Basketball: MSP-Green’s three sends Lady Pats to 9-AA championship game

MSP       RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com     Feb 23, 2020 White House Heritage senior Alex Green was not afraid of the big moment in Saturday’s District 9-AA semifinal at Cheatham County. With two senior starters on the bench – Eimy Esparza fouled out and Kelsey Russell had a bloody nose – Heritage trailed the Lady