An Unexpected End to Our Journey

By: Dakota Gillespie Going into our baseball game against Hyde Park in Austin, Texas, we were very excited and maybe a little too confident in our abilities as a team. Perhaps the outcome would’ve been different if we could’ve rested, and had our ace, second, third, or even fourth main arm fresh. But given the…

Bound for Glory

By: Dakota Gillespie The Brook Hill baseball team has had quite a few challenges to face this year, but faced them no matter how big or small, as a team, and with confidence. April 30th, Brook Hill faced off against two opponents that were determined and had a good chance of winning the game. In…

On To The Next One

by: Janet Nwachukwu Last Tuesday, April 21st, the Brook Hill track squad loaded on a bus at six in the morning to compete in our district track meet. We journeyed on a bus, all boys and girls, early in the morning, accompanied by four student-athlete managers (Eddy Briggs, Saahir Khawaja, Charlie Niles, and Brianna Crenshaw) as…

Brook Hill Varsity Softball

By Sarah Wegner Google defines softball as a modified form of baseball played on a smaller field with a larger ball, seven rather than nine innings, and underarm pitching. The game evolved during the late 19th century from a form of indoor baseball. On April 21, the Brook Hill varsity softball team won yet another…

Soccer Playoffs

By Michael Kirkpatrick Last school year the Guard soccer team went almost the entire season undefeated. They had taken district and were on their way to the playoffs. They won in the first round and then again in the semi-finals. Altogether they were 14-0-3. Their final opponent was the much-anticipated Colleyville Cougars, who had an equally…