William Tennent Boys Varsity Football

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Senior Athlete Recognition Breakfast

Twenty five senior student athletes were recognized this morning in the LGI at William Tennent high school.  Coaches introduced their senior student athletes who will continue their athletic careers in college next year.   Below is a list of students in attendance: Football  Danny Goodz Dawson Pierson Jason Schwizerhof Dakota Wherrity Ryan Savage Girl’s Soccer 

Football Informational Meeting – April 24, 2018 @ 7PM

2018-2019 Football  There will be an informational meeting regarding preparation for the 2018-2019 football season on: Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Time: 7pm Location: William Tennent High School Cafeteria This meeting is for all football players (grades 8-11) and their parents!  

Mitchell Vierling – Nominee for Athlete of the Week

William Tennent’s quarterback, Mitchell Vierling (’18), is in the running for Athlete of the Week presented by Game On. But, he needs your votes!  Broadcaster Jen Wielgus selected Vierling as her pick for this week – thank you Jen!  Watch Game On’s video and vote for Mitchell Vierling here!     

Homecoming 2017

October 13, 2017 The Centennial School District and William Tennent High School kicked off homecoming weekend under the lights as the William Tennent Panthers Football Team squared off with the Rams from Pennridge. (Picture courtesy of Jon Sklut, SuburbanOneSports) Near the end of the second quarter, quarterback Mitchell Vierling connected with wide receiver Jake Herbert for

William Tennent Football Falls to Upper Moreland 41-14

Friday night lights are back! On Friday, August 25, the William Tennent Panthers Football team kicked off the 2017 season vs neighboring school district opponent, Upper Moreland High School. Pictures courtesy of Jon Sklut from Suburban One Sports. QB Mitchell Vierling rolls out of the pocket.   RB Sean Bragen pushes forward against UM’s defense

Tennent Loses a Tough One to Souderton 38-20

Article by David Hunt (class of 2018) Win or lose, this was William Tennent Football’s best performance of the year. The team showed up for the bright lights of the homecoming game and the crowds chants could be heard from the first snap to the last. Mitchell Vierling’s debut game lived up to the hype