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Softball Chili Supper and Silent Auction Fundraiser February 8th

Saturday, February 8th from 5:00-7:00 Lebanon High School Cafeteria and Commons $5 will get you chili, grilled cheese, drink, dessert, and a bid number. $1 donations tickets for a chance to win 4 new tires from Bridgestone

Lebanon High School Boys Basketball wins the AFLAC Christmas Tournament

Congratulations to the Boys Basketball Team on winning the AFLAC Christmas Tournament in Watertown. The Blue Devils moved to 10-1 on the season after they defeated Cookeville in the finals 76-63.  Malcolm Logue was named MVP of the tournament. All tournament honors went to Jarred Hall, Kobe Tibbs, David Greene, and Gaven Reasonover.  Link to

Swim Team Competes in Wilson County Championships

The Lebanon High School Swim Team took part in the Wilson County Championships last Friday night at the Jimmy Floyd Center. The Girls team staved off a strong push from Mt. Juliet to finish in second place behind Wilson Central.  The night started off with a third-place swim in the 200 Medley Relay and continued

Championship Week for Lebanon Swim Team

The Lebanon High School Swim Team finished their regular season last week with both the Boys and Girls teams finishing with 3-3 records in the Division.  The team has two Championship Meets starting this Friday with the Wilson County Championships.  The competition starts at 6pm at the Jimmy Floyd Center. Then the following week on

Stone, Hutto will join LHS Sports Hall of Fame Ceremonies planned Friday, Jan. 31

Lebanon High School will induct two new members into its Sports Hall of Fame during ceremonies planned Friday, Jan. 31 at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium between games of a basketball doubleheader with Wilson Central. Nominations were solicited from the public, with the Hall of Fame class determined by a committee of Lebanon High coaches, boosters, former

Combined Hockey Team Mt Juliet, Wilson Central, Lebanon High Schools team update

Hockey Combined team includes players from Lebanon High School, Mt. Juliet HS, and Wilson Central HS finished #2 in the regular season out of 15 GNASH teams (Greater Nashville Area Scholastic Hockey). Teams in the top eight will play for the PREDS cup, so the month of January is to play the top seven teams