Lebanon Boys Freshman Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 2
  • Conference Record: 1 - 2

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LHS Try Out Dates for Sports

Sport Date Time Location Coach Girls Basketball Friday, May 22, 2020 10:30 AM LHS Cory Barrett Football (Freshmen) Monday, June 1, 2020 7:00 AM LHS Football Chuck Gentry Football (Varsity) Tuesday, May 26, 2020 TBD LHS Football Chuck Gentry Boys Basketball (Freshman Only) Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:00 PM LHS Jim McDowell Baseball (Freshman Tryouts

Summer Guidelines for Coaches/ Athletes

1. Wilson County School precautions will align with current state and federal mandates. They are subject to change due to changing mandates. 2. Locker rooms will not be used during the summer as well as water fountains or common water bottles. 3. Participants will be prompted to wash hands or use hand sanitizer often. 4.

Now Open – Spirit Store

We are excited to open our Blue Devil online spirit wear store for your convenience! Click on the link below to to find  a large variety of spirit wear items so that you can show your BLUE DEVIL PRIDE everyday! Click HERE for the BLUE DEVIL SPIRIT APPAREL STORE

FREE Youth Football & Cheerleading Camp

Attention all youth football players and cheerleaders (between the ages of 5-12): come join the LHS Football and Cheerleading Staffs for a FREE camp! During this two hours, kids can expect to have fun while learning key fundamentals and participating in drills. In addition, the Lebanon Youth Football Association will have registration for the upcoming season at 5:00 pm.

Football Lift-A-Thon

The 2019 season is already underway. The Blue Devils are working hard getting ready for the opening kickoff. Monday, April 22, 2019 at 6:00pm, the team will hold their 2nd Annual Lift-A-Thon in the Commons at Lebanon High School. The players are testing in bench press, power clean, and squat.  We are seeking donations to

LOGUE SIGNS NLI WITH GEORGIA

On Wednesday morning, Defensive End Zion Logue officially signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of Georgia. While surrounded by his family, teammates, coaches, and classmates, Logue made it official that his next chapter would be in Athens, Georgia by putting pen to paper during a ceremony held in the Lebanon

Blue Devils beat Rossview 14-12

Thursday Night Lights again prevailed for the Blue Devils as they were able to come out with another victory. Having to move the game up due to weather conditions, your Lebanon Blue Devils came out on top 14-12. Offensively, Lebanon accumulated over 310 yards on the ground alone. Defensively, they held Rossview to negative 5 yards

Blue Devils win rivalry match against Wilson Central

Amidst the scheduling change due to the weather threats, Lebanon didn’t seem phased by the shortened week. Your Blue Devils finished the night with 261 yards rushing and another 67 yards in the air. Lebanon (7-2) will host Rossview (6-3) High School this Friday night at Clifton Tribble Field/ Danny Watkins Stadium. Game time is