Whitehouse basketball has a rich and storied history. Each year our young men set out to carry on the tradition that has been laid before them. Here are some interesting facts about Wildcat hoops:

 

*Whitehouse won its' only state championship in the 1977-78 season with a 60-59 win over Dimmitt in the 2A finals.

 

*Whitehouse lost in the 1972 2A finals to Morton by a score of 62-59.

 

*Whitehouse has only had 4 head coaches over the past 61 years.

 

*Whitehouse has made the playoffs 26 of the last 32 seasons.

 

Awards/Honors

2018-2019

  • Cooper Clemons: 16-5A 2nd Team

  • Logan Whitfield: 16-5A 2nd Team

 

2017-2018

  • Javier Neal: 17-5A MVP, All-Region Team, East Texas Player of the Year

  • Jackson Mahomes: 17-5A Defensive MVP, All-Region Team

  • Kolby Jimmerson: 17-5A 1st Team

  • Peyton Kennedy: 17-5A 1st Team

  • McKade Marquis: 17-5A 2nd Team

  • Brandon Bullard: 17-5A Honorable Mention

  • Cooper Clemons: 17-5A Honorable Mention

  • Jake Clemons: 17-5A Honorable Mention

  • Hayden Holley: 17-5A Honorable Mention

2016-2017

  • Javier Neal: 17-5A MVP, All-Region Team, East Texas Player of the Year

  • Colby Duhon: 17-5A 1st Team

  • McKade Marquis: 17-5A 1st Team

  • Jackson Mahomes: 17-5A 2nd Team

  • Zach Parker: 17-5A Honorable Mention

 

2015-2016

  • McKade Marquis: 16-5A Newcomer of the Year

  • Colby Duhon: 16-5A 1st Team

  • Javier Neal: 16-5A 1st Team

  • Ryan Walls: 16-5A 2nd Team

  • Justus Carnahan: 16-5A 2nd Team

  • Isiah Clark: 16-5A Honorable Mention

 

2014-2015

  • Ryan Walls: 16-5A 2nd Team

  • Isiah Clark: 16-5A Honorable Mention

 

2013-2014

  • Patrick Mahomes: 16-4A MVP, All-Region Team

  • Spencer Shaw: 16-4A 1st Team

  • Jaylon Dews: 16-4A 1st Team

  • Jake Parker: 16-4A 2nd Team

  • Brady Hill: 16-4A 2nd Team

 

 

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