WHY do you play the game?

The Brook Hill basketball program plays to win, but there is a lot more to it than that.

Players play to honor God with their talents. Coaches teach discipline, hard work, teamwork, how to succeed and how to deal with failure. All of which players will need to become Christ-like men. The Guard basketball program has seen a lot of success appearing in the Final Four in 2009, 2010, and 2014. Coach Agnew will look to take the Guard back to the top this year.

The 2020-2021 Guard basketball team will look to build on last season’s success where they made the playoffs. With nine returners including all five starters, the team of TyJuan and TyShuan Cannon, Joseph Johnson, Chandler Fletcher, Ryan Ordini, Preston Hardee, Noah Langemeier, Grasyon Murry, William Roberts, Brady Callens, and Sam Hall will be a favorite in TAPPS District 2-5A.

“There is no doubt that our experience will play a huge part in our success this season. With the pieces that we have, we have a chance to do something really special. Reaching the final four is definitely one of our goals this season.” -Coach Jacob Agnew




Coaching Staff


Jacob Agnew

Teacher - Math (US), Head Coach-Boys Basketball, Assist. Coach Football & Track
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Ivan Johnson

Director of Diversity and Intercultural Engagement, Middle School Assistant Principal, Head Tennis Coach, and JV Boys Basketball Coach
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Jereme Hubbard

Teacher- Science & Sports Management (US), Assistant Football Coach, Head Girls Basketball Coach
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2017-2018 Guard Basketball District Awards

March 20, 2018

  From the desk of Jacob Agnew, Boys Basketball Coach: With us losing our play-in game, the season didn’t end the way we wanted, but the way our guys fought all year was great. Winning two tournaments and starting 7-0 is something we can build on. Some younger guys stepped up all season, and I […]

Basketball: Guard players chosen for All-District Team!

April 10, 2017

Several Brook Hill Guard players were chosen for the TAPPS 3-5A All-District team. They are:   ALEC KITT, senior, first team PARKER GALBRAITH, senior, first team REID HILL, junior, first team MIGUEL VEGA, junior, second team CAMPBELL FLETCHER, junior, honorable mention JARED JOHNSON, sophomore, honorable mention   Brook Hill’s ALEC KITT and PARKER GALBRAITH were […]

Brook Hill Middle School boys basketball team leaves a legacy

February 24, 2017

From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: Every now and again, a team comes along that is truly special. Such can be said about this year’s group of Brook Hill 8th Grade Basketball Team members. Not only are they special in how they play the game, they are even more special as to how […]

Basketball: Guard season ends in area playoff loss

February 20, 2017

Brook Hill’s 2016-17 basketball season came to a close in a TAPPS 5A area playoff loss against Tyler All Saints. The Guard trailed by four points at halftime, but was outscored 34-22 in the second half. “We just weren’t the better team tonight, but I am proud of the fight the boys showed,” Brook Hill […]

Basketball: Guard win bi-district playoff at Dallas Christian, 56-52

February 11, 2017

GARLAND — Brook Hill is moving on in the playoffs! Led by 20 points from Reid Hill, the Guard went on the road Friday and knocked off Dallas Christian 56-52. This was a rematch of an earlier non-district game that DC won by three points. This time with much more at stake, Brook Hill (11-15) […]

JV Guard Basketball stepped up this season

February 10, 2017

The Brook Hill junior varsity’s record was 12-7 overall and 4-2 in district this year, beating every team in the district at least once. They finished the season with a bang, winning three straight games the last week against Gorman, McKinney Christian and All Saints. “Throughout the year, whether in practice or in a game, […]

Basketball: Guard face Dallas Christian TONIGHT in playoffs

February 10, 2017

Brook Hill (10-15) opens the playoffs TONIGHT on the road at Dallas Christian. Tip off is set for 7:30 p.m. The Guard dropped their final district game against Tyler All Saints, 51-48. The Guard led the fourth quarter of their clash, but eventually fell by three points. The Guard (10-15) now turn to the playoffs and Dallas Christian. […]

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