Check out our latest #Hendrickson Football recap mixtape, featuring the Hawks 7s squad in action during the annual Warriors State Qualifying Tournament! Also big shout out to our new Hawks iReporting trio for covering the [Read More]
Hendrickson ran a total of three QBs out during LTSQT, and still managed to make the semifinals. While their skill players (outside of Duce Hester & Jaden Williams) might not be household names – you [Read More]
We are very excited to see the progress the Hawks’ young signal caller Xavier Lucio (’21) has made. We asked him about getting an opportunity post Blaine Barker Era, and his thoughts about Hawk Spring [Read More]
We caught up with the multi-talented Duce Hester (’20) during Spring Camp this morning. An all district performer on the court and the turf, we asked James about the Hawks’ plans for 2019!
In a 9-team deep district like 13-6A, the playoffs are never promised. With the core of the Hawks’ o-line from 2018 graduating, rising star Jalen Phoenix (’20) is a major key to Hendrickson’s success in [Read More]
Bursting onto the scene in 2018 as a dual sport athlete, Hendrickson DL Gabriel Hunter (’20) has decided to go 100% football in ’19 after earning the District 13-6A Newcomer MVP Award. There’s was a [Read More]
We’ve seen him on the basketball court since Frosh season. Last year’s Super Soph football breakout was the following chapter. Check out Hendrickson ATH Jaden Williams (’21) with this one-handed snag during practice this morning!
A major reason for Hendrickson Girls’ Basketball success in 2019 (and last year) is the mega talented Kailey Lacy. She put on quite a show for her ATX Varsity showcase finale.