All Orange All The Time. At Brook Hill, winning is the goal of competition, but that’s not why we play the game. We believe that competition builds character and teaches us how to work together.
Brook Hill Athletics
Academic Excellence. Christ-Like Character. Championship Athletics. Tyler, Texas.
WALLY DAWKINS, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
“All of our athletic teams at Brook Hill are staffed with experienced, full-time coaches who promote Christ-like character, academic excellence, and provide an environment that fosters championship athletics. At Brook Hill, we are committed to the success of our student athletes on and off the playing field. We also treat girl sports equally to our boys sports.”
This weekend, the Brook Hill Lady Guard volleyball teams (JV/2 and varsity) did community service by revamping the Herrington Gymnasium lobby. There were plenty of tasks for everyone including cleaning the concession stand for Coach Knight, as well as taping, priming and painting the lobby. The girls had a great time and it was a […]
Brook Hill middle school enjoyed a perfect outing against Palestine on Tuesday with all four teams securing victories. The 7th Grade B team started things off, overcoming a loss in Game 1 to rally and win the next two games over Palestine to win 23-25, 25-19, 15-8. Harley Cooper’s strong serves helped fuel the victory. […]
TYLER — The Guard have won several games this season with second-half comebacks, but some deficits are too much even for Brook Hill to overcome. Brook Hill scored 24 points in the third and fourth quarters, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 43-8 deficit at halftime in an eventual 63-32 loss Friday at Bishop […]
From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: “Teams who do the little things right are the teams who win championships” I have always believed in the above quote. Regardless of talent, ability, athleticism…it’s the teams who pay attention to detail, who practice repetitiously the skills and techniques of their trade, and who focus on doing […]
The Brook Hill JV and JV2 volleyball teams battled Tyler Grace Community on Thursday with the JV falling in two games and JV2 emerging victorious after a hard-fought three set victory. Brook Hill JV lost 25-11, 25-11 to drop to 2-7 on the season. The Lady Guard were led offensively by sophomore Madeline Reed (4 […]