White Knoll Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Due to the weather forecast for Tuesday, boys soccer, baseball, boys tennis, and softball have all been postponed.  Varsity boys soccer has moved their match against SVHS to Wednesday at the Wolf Den (same times). The boys tennis match will be made up as part of a doubleheader at SVHS on March 29.  Check back

Girls Soccer Interest Meeting

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing girls soccer this Spring.  The meeting will take place in Room 408 at 3:45pm next Wednesday, November 8th.  If you are unable to make this meeting you will need to contact Head Coach Rob Hunter at soccer553@hotmail.com or Asst. Coach Ramsel at wramsel@lexington.net for pertinent information. Thank you and look forward to

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One of the best features of whiteknollathletics.com is the ability to send out alerts for schedule changes, scores, stories or breaking news. You can sign up on the home page (see below) and you can choose the sport, team (you can sign up to be alerted on multiple sports, multiple teams), and how you would

Lee and King Chosen as North-South All Stars

Kassie Lee and Harley King have been chosen to represent White Knoll in the North-South All Star Classic this summer. For more information, click here.

Girls Soccer Falls to River Bluff

Girls soccer lost a tough one to River Bluff Tuesday night in the Swamp. Both the Timberwolves and Gators had opportunities early on, but the match was scoreless until the final minutes of the first half, when River Bluff capitalized on a corner to go up 1-0. The Gators struck again halfway through the second

Girls Soccer Defeats Spring Valley

Girls soccer opened region play with a 4-1 win over Spring Valley in the Wolf Den Tuesday night. The ladies improve to 3-2 on the season and host Irmo at 5:30/7 on Friday night.

Girls Soccer Tops North Augusta

The varsity girls soccer team hosted North Augusta in their 2017 season opener Wednesday night. ​Before announcing the starting lineups for both teams, the girls held a moment of silence to honor and remember the life of their classmate and friend, Brett Williams. ​​Once the game was underway, the Timberwolves struck first but ended up