Ultra marathon at WBMS
LEBANON -- Running 100 miles in 24 hours: sounds impossible, but 18 people did just that during Greg Armstrong's Run4Water event held at Winfree Bryant Middle School and College Hills Church of Christ Saturday and Sunday April 1 and 2.
In fact, three in the men's group ran more than 150 miles and one woman completed more than 140 miles.
WBMS 6, Southside 1
Winfree Bryant scored a 6-1 soccer victory over Southside Monday evening, March 13 as Sean Redmond accounted for five goals.
The Aviators led 2-0 at half with goals from Redmond and Jorge Montez -- off free kick.
The Saints did not muster a shot in the first half.
Winfree Bryant Middle School recently celebrated its football homecoming. The homecoming court, from left, was: Summer Sesnan escorted by Keagan Clark (6th grade); Bailey Westmoreland escorted by Hayden Rigsby (7th grade); Addie Grace Porter escorted by Drane Smallwood (8th grade); Queen Sara Magan escorted by Jackson Monette (8th grade); Kaitlynn Hibdon escorted by Will Burruss (8th grade); Alaina Smith escorted by Fisher Bradshaw (7th grade); and Kendra Hackett escorted by Thomas Cason (6th grade). SUBMITTED PHOTO by Inter-State Studio of Nashville
Jason Denton and Gregory Gill recently presented a donation to Winfree Bryant Middle School to Principal Becky Kegley on behalf of Rochelle, McCulloch and Aulds PLLC. SUBMITTED
Albert McCall of D.T. McCall & Sons delivers the grand prize for Winfree Bryant Middle School's Fly First Class Day fund-raiser, a 32-inch LED television. McCall is pictured with Winfree Bryant Principal Becky Kegley. SUBMITTED
Britt, Ilias earn silver at TSMS meet
KNOXVILLE -- A pair of Wilson County runners turned in runner-up finishes in their respective races Saturday at the Tennessee State Middle School Cross Country Championships held at Victor Ashe Park.
Aiden Britt, an eighth grader at Tuckers Crossroads, placed second in the boys varsity division with a time of 11:30.63 -- less than three seconds behind the winner, Miles Ally of Nashville's Head Magnet School. Britt competed in a field of 312.
Taking spot at Winfree Bryant MS
Friendship Christian School softball coach Jody Atwood is leaving the local private school to take a position at Winfree Bryant Middle School in the Lebanon Special School District.
Atwood, who took the Lady Commanders to back-to-back berths in the DII-A state finals, winning the 2015 title, will teach history at WBMS and will coach the Aviator baseball team.
The Lebanon High and Cumberland University graduate will be taking over the baseball postition for Shane Finch, a non-faculty coach who coached the Aviators for the past two seasons.
A ribbon cutting was held Wednesday for the newest portion of the Cedar City Trail.
Often referred to simply as "Miss Hattie," Wilson County native Hattie Bryant, is a name that almost everyone in town has heard of. In case you missed her teaching in the classrooms of Market Street Elementary or Lebanon Junior High, her legacy as a gifted and devoted educator lives on through Winfree Bryant Middle School - named in her honor.
Mrs. Oleta Hall Winfree, 89 of Lebanon, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016 at University Medical Center. She was born on January 11, 1926 in DeKalb County to the late Clark and Ola Grandstaff Hall.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Marion Hall Floyd.
Bomb threat forces 1 hour evacuation
LEBANON -- Officials with the Lebanon Special School District ordered the evacuation of Winfree Bryant Middle School Friday, Aug. 14 after the school received a threat.
Scott Benson, director of the LSSD, confirmed the school had received a suspicious phone call.
A group of Winfree Bryant Middle School students modeled their Goodwill finds on the catwalk March 2nd.
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