2013, 2012, 2011, 2004
2019, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010,
2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003
The Brook Hill Baseball program has been one of the most successful baseball programs in East Texas since beginning in 2002. Having won State Championships in 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2004, the Guard has held great success over the past 15 years. Alongside those 3 State Championships, The Guard have also finished as State Runner-up twice (2010 & 2018), as well as State Semi-Finalists in 2016. In that time, Brook Hill has held impressive wins over schools from every division of TAPPS and UIL. The program has always strived to seek out quality competition to match our teams up against some of the best talent available.
A WORD FROM THE NEW HEAD COACH: AUSTIN REED
I am entering my 12th year as part of the Brook Hill Family, and as part of the baseball program (10 years as an Assistant Coach, 2 years as The Head Coach). As a teacher, I serve as the Bible Department Chair, and have taught in both Middle School and High School Bible classes over my time at BH. As a Coach, I have had the pleasure of serving under some great baseball minds in my tenure at Brook Hill. We have been blessed to have had great success in our program. I have coached teams that finished as State Champions (2011, 2012, & 2013), State Runners-up (2010 & 2018), and State Semi-finalists (2016). There are so many exceptional memories that I have made as a Coach in this program. I am super excited about what lies ahead, this year. This is a unique place, that provides a unique opportunity. We have great facilities, great families, great administration, great players, and great coaches. When we combine all of this with great effort and great enthusiasm, I expect special things to happen. It brings me a great sense of responsibility to help mentor and mold the men of our baseball program, knowing the rich traditions we have held, and the wonderful support we continue to receive. Our Mission Statement for the Brook Hill Baseball Program is this: “The Brook Hill baseball program strives to produce quality men, who use God’s gifts and principles to live out His calling on their lives.” We have the grand opportunity to help our men grow into the lives God calls them to, and we get to use the game of baseball to do it. This truly is an exciting adventure.
Jereme has been involved with the athletic department in a variety of ways over the last three years, volunteering as an assistant football coach as well as helping out with the basketball and baseball programs. Jereme spent the last 14 years self-employed in the oil and gas industry, but has now joined Brook Hill full-time, […]
Austin Reed has been a part of the Brook Hill community since 2007. He currently serves Brook Hill as their Bible Department Chair, the Junior Bible teacher, and as the Interim Head Baseball Coach, assistant coach in football, and soccer. Austin graduated with a B.A. in Christian Ministries from Ouachita Baptist University. He, then, continued […]
From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: We are proud to announce the selection of Austin Reed as the new Interim Head Baseball Coach for the 2018 season. Coach Reed has been a member of the Brook Hill Baseball coaching staff for 11 seasons and has served as an assistant coach for BH as […]
The Atlanta Braves have just announced the promotion of left handed reliever AJ Minter from Triple A Gwinnett. When Mitner was called up to the MLB by the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday, August 22, a moment he has dreamed about since he was a kid became a reality. Just six years ago in 2011 Minter […]
Brook Hill varsity baseball won its way into the playoffs following a three-way tie for first place in the district and went on the road to capture a victory in its first playoff game — the only team from TAPPS Division II District 3 to advance. But the road ended in the regional round. Facing […]
The Guard varsity rallied from 4-2 down to score four runs in the fourth and get past Frisco Legacy Christian 6-4 in the opening round of the TAPPS Division II baseball playoffs. Logan Fitzgerald drove in two runs with Logan Langford accounting for three of the Guard’s 10 hits in the game. Brook Hill moved […]
Brook Hill varsity baseball qualified for the postseason by going on the road and defeating Tyler All Saints 6-1. The next day, the Guard were stopped by Tyler Grace Community to finish second overall in the district with the playoffs starting Wednesday. Despite Brook Hill finishing tied for first place at the end of the […]
The TAPPS Division II District 3 championship will be decided on Friday. Brook Hill varsity was denied a chance to win it outright because of a 7-3 loss Monday to Tyler All Saints. The result, coupled with a win for Tyler Grace, created a three-way tie for first place in the district. After a coin […]
Tyler Overbeek tripled and scored a run, and Miguel Vega launched a grand-slam home run to lead Brook Hill varsity to a 9-2 victory over Tyler All Saints. The win means the Guard can clinch the TAPPS Division II District 3 championship with a win Monday over All Saints. Reid Hill led the way on […]
Miguel Vega went 2 for 3 with two singles and two RBIs, but it was not enough in an eventual 5-2 loss for the Guard varsity against Tyler All Saints. The same two teams will play again Friday at home. Tyler Overbeek, Josh Jenkins and Campbell Fletcher registered Brook Hill’s other three hits in a […]