“Athletes Now. Champions for Life.” is the mission of the football program.
“Champions for Life” represents prepared young men as Christian leaders. The football program will be committed to instilling student’s core values of Christian development, and performance. The Brook Hill School’s Football program has already established the “Champions Now” winning tradition in its short history. The Guard have won six district championships and is in their third year of competition in TAPPS Division II, District 2.
Guard Football played in three straight state championship games in 2009, 2010 and 2011, winning the program’s first football state title in 2011.
Brook Hill features 10 full-time, on-site coaches who work at The Brook Hill School. The Brook Hill Football Team is led by Coach Scott Ryle.
This week we celebrated three of our senior athletes as they signed their commitment to play their sport in college! Petr Svoboda signed with Texas Wesleyan for Football. Winston Hebert signed with Southwestern for Soccer. Fisher Bass signed with Concordia-Nebraska for Football. A big congratulations to these athletes for their discipline, attitude, character, and […]
We’re committed to offering excellence in all areas of student life development! Aside from dieting, exercising is one of the most common strategies employed by those trying to shed extra pounds. It burns calories, and this plays a key role in weight loss. In addition to helping you lose weight, exercise has been linked […]
On Wednesday mornings, the week of a home game, you’ll find our Guard football players hanging out at the Lower School! They’re enjoying a donut, laughing, and spending time with their Guard Dog. Lower School boys in Kindergarten through 5th grade have the opportunity to be paired up with a football player as a […]
On a sunny morning toward the beginning of August, 48 high school football players and their twelve coaches gathered inside of Herrington Stadium to take pictures for Media Day. Reporters and a few parents gathered around as each of the boys had their head shots taken for their upcoming season. High hopes for the season […]
From the desk of Jessica Mize, ACE Director and SPARC Coordinator: First and foremost, there are not enough thank yous possible for Coach Ryle, and his staff, along with Coach Hubbard, and her staff, for orchestrating and executing the Guard Dog breakfasts this year. As a mom of an enthusiastic, head strong, outgoing 6 year […]
Along with many other fun Homecoming traditions, the junior girls played against the senior girls as some of our Guard Football players coached.
We had an awesome time at the Warrior Bowl on Saturday as the USA took on Canada (and won 51-27). Check out all the fun we had at the tailgate party and the game!
Good luck to our Guard Football team as they head to Grapeland tonight for their first game of the season! Here are some images from practice this week.