The Hawk Eye

The football team faces off against Irving at home. Irving is one of the three teams Hebron will no longer face in district games from 2020 to 2022.

District set to realign next school year

Mitchell Mayhaw, Reporter March 10, 2020

Due to district realignment, Hebron will get three new schools added to the district schedule, as well as losing the three Irving high schools next year. “I think the competition will definitely be...

The Hebron/Lewisville boys JV team tries to block a pass by the opposing team. This is the Hebron Swim and Dive team’s second year to sponsor water polo. “We always played water polo as a game during the swim off-season,” senior Quinten Frank said. “We would play water polo, ultimate frisbee and anything just to have fun. The team really liked to play water polo so we adopted it. The team is mainly just swimmers, but there were a couple people who came who were not swimmers.”

Water polo to hold Hawk Classic Tournament

Kate Knauff, Reporter March 6, 2020

The Hawk Classic Water Polo Tournament will be held on March 7 at Aquatics Center East in The Colony. The tournament will host 22 water polo teams from 10 North Texas high schools. The first game will...

Hawk Theatre Company to compete in One Act

Hawk Theatre Company to compete in One Act

Mia Nguyen, Reporter March 5, 2020

The Hawk Theatre Company will compete in the UIL Zone One Act competition on March 6 and attend more competitions through the rest of the month, if they advance.  One Act is theater’s UIL performance...

Freshman Shorey Nguyen swings at a pitch during practice in fourth period. Softball usually has games on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Softball looking for young players to step up as season begins

Arisha Hirji, Reporter March 5, 2020

Softball will play their first district game on March 10 against Irving Nimitz. Their current record is 0-4. The team played a few games during the fall leagues while also doing off season activities...

Senior Diya Baby studies art related to the plague during AcDec's

Academic Decathlon team to compete at state meet March 6-7

Hannah Henneke, Contributor March 4, 2020

The Academic Decathlon team will head to San Antonio to compete in the state meet on March 6-7. The team advanced to state after placing third at the regional meet. On Feb. 7-8 at Mesquite High School,...

Sophomore Seth Padakandla looks over his debate topics. Debate practices during fourth period and every Tuesday after school.

Debate advances to TFA state

Arisha Hirji, Reporter March 2, 2020

Debate will attend the Texas Forensic Association’s (TFA) State Tournament at Franklin High School in El Paso on March 5-7. “We have all been working very hard and preparing for the competition,”...

Junior Vaneeza Moloo practices an Indian Bollywood inspired dance afterschool in English teacher Jeanette Rook’s room. The group will perform their dance at the Hawk Multicultural Fest on Feb. 29.

Hebron to hold first Hawk Culture Festival

Katlynn Fox, Managing Editor February 28, 2020

Hebron will hold the first Hawk Culture Fest on Feb. 29 from 12-2 p.m. in the cafeteria.  Students from different ethnic backgrounds and culturally-driven clubs have been invited to participate. The...

Art that advances to regionals is placed on the gallery floor where students and teachers can go to look at pieces. The judges closed the gallery that afternoon so they could determine who advances to state.  “It was kind of nerve-wracking, but at the same time it was really fun,” Junior Claire Song said. “I got to see everyone’s art and everything was so good. Everyone was so talented. So it was just a fun experience going with all the talented people from Hebron and seeing all the talent from our district.”

Six students advance to VASE state competition

Yasmin Haq, Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2020

All 36 art students competing in the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) district competition on Feb. 22 advanced to regionals and six students advanced to state.  “It’s really exciting that all...

The team played their final game of the season on Tuesday against Guyer, losing 61-36. Of the three eligible seniors who played this season, all three received scholarships to play basketball in college. “[In the future], I think building on the legacy that these seniors are leaving this year and changing the culture of Hebron girls basketball [is our goal],” Branch said.

Girls basketball starts offseason after first-round playoff loss

Henry Hays, Reporter February 21, 2020

The girls basketball season has come to an end after losing in the bi-district playoff game against Guyer on Feb. 18. “[The season] was a rollercoaster ride, emotionally and physically,” head coach...

The cornhole tournament, which is set to start at 1 p.m., will follow the annual alumni game that begins at 10:30. The game will feature past players and both events are ways the booster club is trying to raise money for the program. “The alumni game is something that Coach Stone has done for many, many years and it brings the players back in town,” Johnson said. “The idea to pair [the tournament] with the alumni game was because the alumni game is one of the few games that we can guarantee will be on a Saturday.”

Baseball holding fundraising cornhole tournament

Henry Hays, Reporter February 21, 2020

Baseball is hosting a cornhole tournament on Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. to raise money for the upcoming season. The first cornhole tournament will be paired with the annual alumni baseball game which is at 10:30...

 The A cappella choir poses for a yearbook photo during block lunch on Feb. 20. Choir has been rehearsing for the LISD solo and ensemble contest, and will continue rehearsals for the UIL contest in April.

Choir to participate in LISD solo and ensemble contest

Malley O'Carroll, Reporter February 20, 2020

Choir will compete in the LISD solo and ensemble Feb. 22 at Hebron, following the ensemble showcase Feb. 20.  The LISD solo and ensemble contest allows students to perform in front of judges to receive...

Music students and teachers attend TMEA convention

Music students and teachers attend TMEA convention

Kate Haas, Managing Editor February 20, 2020

The All-State band, choir and orchestra students, along with their directors, attended the 100th Texas Music Educators Association convention in San Antonio on Feb. 12-15.  Twenty-six band students,...

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