Category Archives: Rockwall-Heath Hawks

Rockwall-Heath defeats stubborn Arlington Seguin in tough home opener, 26-10

Tied 7-7 at halftime, Rockwall-Heath’s offense finally broke open a close game by scoring 19 points in the second half, while the Hawks’ defense limited Arlington Seguin to just three points, and Heath defeated a stubborn Seguin team, 26-10, in a tough home opener Friday night at Rockwall’s Wilkerson-Sanders stadium.

Click here to read the complete story in TheRockwallNews.com.

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Rockwall-Heath’s Austin Woods named to Texas Football’s Preseason All-Academic first team

 

Austin Woods

Rockwall-Heath’s highly-regarded offensive lineman Austin Woods has been named by influential Texas Football magazine to their annual first team Preseason All-Academic team.

The 6’5″, 248 lb. senior is expected to again anchor the Hawks offensive line. He is being recruited to play at numerous colleges, including the University of Oklahoma.

The magazine’s recruiting analyst and longtime expert Randy Rodgers compiled his third-annual Preseason All-Academic team as recommended by coaches.

Rockwall-Heath shut out by Texarkana, 12-0, in baseball playoffs; season ends

Rockwall-Heath’s baseball season came to a stunning end Friday night when they lost for the second night in a row to Texarkana, eliminating them from the baseball playoffs.

Click here to read the story at The Rockwall News.

Rockwall-Heath demolishes Carrollton Turner Friday night, 53-0

Hawk running back Kendial Lawrence

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Kendial Lawerence ran for 112 yards and four touchdowns in just the first quarter Friday night as Rockwall-Heath (9-0, 6-0) jumped out to a 37-0 lead on its way to demolishing Carrollton R.L. Turner (1-8, 0-6) in a District 10-4A game at Carrollton Standridge Stadium.

Lawerence carried the ball just seven times before sitting out the last three quarters. He now has 30 touchdowns for the season, and is the leading scorer in District 10-4A.

The Heath defense, led by linebackers Austin Moss and Ryan Mosby, allowed just 33 total rushing yards and 24 passing yards to Turner’s offense, plus only two first downs.

For game photos, more sports scores and stories, visit the Sports page at www.rockwallrocks.com

Three County football players listed among most exciting by Dallas Morning News

Three high school football players from Rockwall County were listed among the most exciting in the Dallas area yesterday by Dallas Morning News sportswriter Keith Whitmire.

They are “Speed Back” Kendial Lawrence, running back at Rockwall-Heath; “Big Hitter” Austin Moss, Rockwall Heath linebacker; and “Athlete” Richard Morrison, quarterback at Royse City.

To see the entire list click here.