White Knoll Girls Varsity Tennis

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April 1 – Workout

Nutrition Tip: Breakfast is the most difficult meal for most athletes. Make your goal for breakfast to include 3 food groups to create a plate for performance. For example: peanut butter (protein), whole wheat toast (grain) and an orange (fruit). Go TWolves! Keep moving! #ONEPACK


Nutrition Tip for March 31: Choose healthy sources of protein such as chicken, turkey, fish, peanut butter, eggs, nuts and legumes. Many people eat too much protein for dinner and too little in the morning. Everyone can benefit from including protein at most meals and snacks to help control blood glucose levels and to feel

March 26 – Workout Run Day

Nutrition Tip for March 26: Tips to boost your immune system! Get your water, wash your hands and stay healthy! Oranges give you lots of Vitamin C. Broccoli provides you with Vitamins A, C and E. Red Peppers have plenty of Vitamin C and Beta Carotene. Garlic has natural sulfur compounds. Each of these foods

Injured? – Need Some Help?

Are you injured and need some help? Our athletic training staff has just updated the website to include some home exercise programs that you can do while we are out of school. Check it out! We will add more in the days to come! Athletic Training Rehab Plans

eLearning Spirit Week

eLearning Spirit Week. We can all have some fun with this too. We all need connection. Let’s all connect by posting appropriate pictures following this eLearning Spirit Week Wear. Have a great first full week of eLearning. Stay focused. Go Timberwolves! #ONEPACK

E-Learning Stay Focused

Parents and athletes, we begin e-learning on Thursday. Please take this opportunity to stay focused and stay engaged. You are still in school. Utilize this time and make the most of it. We are all in this together. Teachers will be there for you. Please check your email daily. Communicate with your teachers often. If

Alumni Spotlight – Torin Asbill

Torin Asbill graduated WKHS in 2005 where I participated in varsity tennis and track. I was selected for all-region tennis multiple years. I went on to graduate from Clemson University with a B.A. in History in 2009 and Charleston School of Law in 2013. I am a member of the South Carolina Bar. I have

WK Tennis Meets Goals!

White Knoll played Dutch Fork tonight and lost 1-5.  It was the first individual match ever won against Dutch Fork.  Candice Govan played her best match of the season tonight in her last ever high school match at 3 singles. The team’s goal this season was double or nothing – double our wins from 4