White House Heritage Varsity Wrestling

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Wrestling is coached by Joseph Hill.  Coach Hill can be reached at joseph.hill@rcstn.net. 

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Wrestling holds End of Season Banquet

On June 15, 2020 Heritage Wrestling held the end of season banquet. Trey O’Dell received the Patriot Award & Kyle Watts received the Outstanding Wrestler Award

Coach Hill joins WHHMS Staff

After teaching at Heritage Elementary for several years Coach Joseph Hill is making the move to WHHMS.  He will teach 7th grade math.  He will also continue to head coach MS Football and HS Wrestling. Welcome to the team Coach Hill!

Wrestling: Updates from the State tournament

Congratulations to our wrestlers: Luke Taylor, wrestling in the A-AA 152 class, won his first match but lost the second. Kyle Watts, wrestling in the A-AA 160 class, lost his first match but won his second. Both will compete again this evening.

Wrestling: MSP-13 Robertson-area wrestlers qualify for Class A-AA state tournament

MSP RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com       Feb 16, 2020  Four schools in The Connection coverage area have advanced wrestlers to the TSSAA Class A-AA individual state tournament. East Robertson, Greenbrier, White House and White House Heritage each had wrestlers place in the top four at the Region 4 A-AA tournament on Saturday at Creek Wood High School.

Wrestling: MSP-WH Heritage wrestling splits tri-match at Hume-Fogg

MSP      STAFF REPORTS sports@mainstreetmediatn.com     Feb 6, 2020  The White House Heritage wrestling team went 1-1 in a tri-match at Hume-Fogg Magnet on Tuesday, Feb. 4. The Patriots began the afternoon with a 36-35 win over Hume-Fogg but fell to Hunters Lane 36-31 in the second match. Hume-Fogg took forfeit wins in both

Wrestling: MSP-8 RobCo wrestlers medal at MTWOA Grand Championships

MSP Staff Reports January 30, 2020   Robertson County was well-represented at the MTWOA Grand Championships on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Wilson Central. Eight wrestlers from four of the county’s five high school earned medals. East Robertson, Greenbrier, Springfield and White House Heritage all participated in the tournament, which included more than 800 wrestlers. White

Wrestling: MSP-WH Heritage building wrestling program ‘from the ground up’

MSP   RUSSELL VANNOZZI rvannozzi@mainstreetmediatn.com     Jan 22, 2020 Starting a high school sports program from scratch usually takes time. The White House Heritage High School wrestling team, in its first year of existence, is no exception. But Patriots have already enjoyed moderate success, earning wins over Tennessee School for the Blind, Goodpasture and Springfield. “It’s

Wrestling: Heritage wrestlers medal at Clash at the Creek

Clash at the Creek was held in Clarksville Saturday January 18, 2020 at West Creek High School. This was a tough tournament for The Heritage. Fourteen teams were in attendance including large schools such as Wilson Central, Antioch, and Beech. As a team, Heritage placed 11th. Sophomore Liam Ashley picked up a pin in the 126