It has been a fine year for the Hearne Eagles Athletic programs this 2018-19 season. They began the year dropping down a classification from Class 3A to Class 2A and
The Hearne Lady Eagles had been a team on a mission for Coach Destiny Davis all season and their work ethics and performances have all been commendable. They had been
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Javareyon Bailey, Zaquavion Golden, Damion Dunn, Pedro Trejo, La’Len Nelson, Quinston Owens, Anquan Boxley, DeSean Drennan, Micah Smith, Milton Redmon, Jalen Gonzales, Tyquez Tindle, Elijah Chappel, Staquaian Lewis, Head Coach Andrew Dailey, Assistant Coach Robert White, Ken Dunn and Agapito Montelongo and Managers Victor Killebrew, Zione Brown, Alijah Miles, and Monterrious Smith, Reserves are Jabari Dunn, Steven Mitchell, and Anthony Jackson.
H earne » Everyone is invited to come out Monday, April 29, 2019 to the Hearne High School Gymnasium at 6:30 p.m. for the banner hanging for the Hearne Eagles
g auSe » The Gause Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their Second Annual Catfish Tournament starting May 3 through May 5, 2019. There will fishermen and women catching fish.
The Hearne Lady Eagles track team has been on a good run this season and at the Area Meet this week in Thrall Coach Destiney Davis was looking for the