As the preseason expires and the baseball season quickly begins, Heritage’s baseball team is giving their all in order to be well equipped to be successful.
On Wednesday, February 1, National Signing Day took place at high schools all over the country. This day allows many high school athletes who are continuing to be involved in their sport at the next level to formally sign to their university of choice.
New year, new coach, new sport. Heritage High volleyball hired a new head volleyball coach and to make an impact on the Heritage community, Hannah Eberle, started a boys’ volleyball team.
The girls’ swim team had a successful state meet, finishing fourth overall after their first season in the 4A classification. Twenty girls―eighteen swimmers and two divers―qualified for this year’s meet.
The boys and girls basketball teams of Heritage High School traveled to Reno, Nevada to compete with other high schools around the country. The girls had an extremely successful time and have a hopeful outlook for the season.
As the high school football season has come to a close, the Blue-Grey Football organization has formed its rosters for its annual All American Bowls. The organization is a brand established to help high school football players get national exposure and increase their chances of receiving scholarships to colleges all across the country, as well as allowing them to compete with the other highly skilled high school prospects.
This December 13, two fencers from Heritage went to the Junior Olympics.
After spending close to 12 hours in the pool per week, the boys’ swim team is very to get a good start to the 2016 season. Seniors Michael Hinton and Patrick Kelley express their expectations of the team.