“Appreciate…Compete…Teamship” ACT like a Champion. The Lady Guard Basketball Program promotes Christ-likeness on and off the court. Our team verse is Matthew 6:33.
“It is the mission of the Lady Guard Basketball Program to offer student-athletes the opportunity to compete in an environment that supports the highest levels of commitment, personal growth, respect, integrity, excellence, and above all, Christ. We are committed to being an outstanding educational-athletic organization that provides a high-quality basketball experience to every athlete.”
The Lady Guard basketball program uses the game of basketball to reinforce Christian beliefs and life lessons. The coaching staff feels that the game of basketball, and athletics in general, can teach young athletes about the ideas of hard work, determination, teamwork and humility. The goal of the Lady Guard basketball program is to push our athletes to levels they did not know they could achieve both physically and mentally.
Head Coach Jereme Hubbard enters his first season at the helm of the program after serving as an assistant coach on the staff. Coach Hubbard also serves as an assistant coach in the football and softball programs. Coach Hubbard feels that the program is ready to take off and is on the verge of becoming a postseason contender. “When I took over back in the spring, one of the first things I told the girls was that I did not have to be talked into taking this job. I wanted the job, and I wanted the job because I felt that this group of young ladies was special and had the opportunity to really do some great things.”
With an emphasis on defense and ball security, Coach Hubbard feels that the team can significantly improve on their win total from last year. “I told the girls that our goal was to host a playoff game and then win it. We have really made strides in some areas of deficiency, and we feel as if the schedule and our district competition will give us the potential to reach the goal I set for them on Day 1. We will host a playoff game in Herrington Gymnasium and we will win it.”
Joining Coach Hubbard on staff are assistant coaches Suzanne Braly and Paige Holland.
“As a first year head coach, I could not ask for a better coaching staff than the one I have. Both of these coaches are crucial to our success and will be a part of turning the program around. Coach Braly has been around Brook Hill for just a short time, but has a great relationship with our athletes. While her experience and knowledge are very important to me as the head coach, her relationship and desire to help our kids grow both as athletes and people is amazing. Our kids know that they will be coached hard by Coach Braly, but that she cares for them greatly. Coach Holland has been around our female athletes for a few years now as a member of the volleyball coaching staff. Her background as a collegiate athlete and her work ethic is something our kids get to experience in an amazing way. In addition to pushing them athletically, there is no doubt our girls know that they will be challenged spiritually by Coach Holland on a daily basis.”
The Lady Guard basketball team opens the season on Tuesday, December 1 at All Saints and plays their first home game on Friday, December 4 against Oakwood.
Brook Hill is pleased to announce that current members of the BH Coaching Staff have been elevated to new Head Coaching positions at the school for the 2020-21 school year. Athletic Director Wally Dawkins announced changes to Brook Hill’s coaching staff regarding coaches Jereme Hubbard and Malcolm Dotson. Hubbard, who served as the JV […]
Our Lady Guard looked fierce against Carlisle this week, beating them in a 14-point lead. Guard soccer is also dominating so far this season!
These girls played a great game on Monday night against Longview Christian. They hustled and came together to play as a team. “We came out with a big win 14-6,” Coach Simmons said. “We will play in Murchison on November 16. I’m excited to see these girls grow this season!”
Several Brook Hill Lady Guard basketball players were chosen for the TAPPS 3-5A All-District Team. They are: LAUREN EDEN, senior, first team ADRIANNA (AD) KUECHLE, senior, second team KEAIRRA CHRISTOPHER, sophomore, second team KAITLYNN RHEA, junior, honorable mention AUTUMN WEBB, junior, honorable mention Congratulations to these Lady Guard honorees! Provided by Performance Content […]
CEDAR HILL — The Brook Hill girls battled all season to make it into the playoffs, but could not keep up with Cedar Hill Trinity Christian in a 71-25 TAPPS 5A bi-district loss. Lady Guard coach Ivan Johnson said he was proud of his team’s fight and unwillingness to quite after falling behind early by […]
This afternoon our Lady Guard Basketball team left for their game against Trinity Christian in the first round of playoffs. A crowd of students, faculty and parents gathered outside of Kyle Lake to cheer them on as they loaded the bus. Good luck tonight, ladies!
The Brook Hill Lady Guard begin their postseason journey TONIGHT against Cedar Hill Trinity Christian. Brook Hill enters the playoffs with an 8-17 record. Cedar Hill Trinity Christian is 17-12.
Brook Hill started ice cold on offense Friday against Tyler All Saints, which put the Lady Guard in a hole BH was unable to dig itself out of in a 63-31 loss. The Lady Guard struggled with their shot all night, finishing with 32 percent shooting. Brook Hill dropped to 2-4 in TAPPS 3-5A with the […]