Hebron Hawks Early Signing Period 2018

Hebron Hawks Early Signing Period 2018

Herbon Hawks Early Signing Period 2018

by Steve Gamel

Another signing day is in the books for Hebron High School, and once again, a slew of prospects in multiple sports are moving on to the next level. The Hawks had nine athletes ready and eager to sign on the dotted line at a special ceremony on Nov. 14, which marked the first day of the early signing period for all sports except football. That list was highlighted by six baseball players, including Drake Boggan, who signed with Tarleton State and Diego Johnson, who penned a deal with Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.

Not to be outdone, the Lady Hawks’ volleyball team had a trio of standouts extend their careers to the college level. Emma Clothier signed with Florida State while Jessica Stancliff (UT-Arlington) and Kassandra Ortega (TWU) opted to stay close to home. Hebron came into this season having won three straight Class 6A state titles. While they couldn’t make it to state for a fourth year in a row, the Lady Hawks still made the playoffs in what was widely considered a rare rebuilding year.

Below is a list of the nine Hawks who participated in the early signing period ceremonies on Nov. 14.

Volleyball:

  • Emma Clothier, Florida State
  • Jessica Stancliff, UT-Arlington
  • Kassandra Ortega, Texas Woman’s University

Baseball:

  • Drake Boggan, Tarleton State
  • Aiden Davis, Angelo State
  • Diego Johnson, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
  • Braeton Matthews, Eastern New Mexico
  • Camden Matthews, Eastern New Mexico
  • Dakotah Mote, Sterling College

Related Articles

Brian Seo “Mr. LISD”

The LISD Student Councils and the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Board hosted the Mr. LISD pageant to benefit Pedi Place and

October & Breast Cancer Awareness

October is one of those months that brings so many things to mind, don’t you think? You’ve got pumpkin carving

Season Preview: The Colony Could Vie for District 14-5A Title

by Steve Gamel There’s not much separating The Colony from potentially laying claim to the District 14-5A title in 2017.

No comments

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*