The Lakehill Warriors football team ran its season record to seven wins and two losses and its district record to 2-0 with a 75-44 victory over Rockwall Heritage Christian on November 3.
The Warriors were led by senior Gerard Franklin. He threw for two touchdowns, ran for 148 yards and four touchdowns, and caught one pass for 15 yards, plus had an interception on defense.
Avery Meiteen and Ryan Henry each caught a touchdown pass. Warren Lester, Ben Palmer, Ryan Henry, and Gaige McKnight each had a rushing touchdown.
Defense was led by Palmer's 11 tackles, five of which were for losses. Jonah Shaw had 10 tackles, Lester and Henry had seven tackles each. Senior Jonathan Kelley was 5–7 on extra points and had several good kick offs.
After a loss to District Champions Dallas Lutheran, the Warriors will host the first round of the State Playoffs on Saturday, November 18, against Amarillo San Jacinto Christian. Kick-off is at 2:00 p.m. at the Warrior Athletic Complex.
Find out more about Lakehill at the Upper School Admission Preview on Tuesday, November 28, at 6:30 p.m. on the Main Campus at 2720 Hillside Drive. RSVP for the Admission Preview here. Visit our website at lakehillprep.org for more information.
About Lakehill Preparatory School
Lakehill Preparatory School guides motivated students to learn with curiosity, lead with confidence, and serve with compassion. Our challenging and nurturing educational community inspires students to become collaborative problem-solvers who live with integrity. Talented teachers, high academic standards, and the development of leadership skills in a challenging and nurturing environment are hallmarks of a Lakehill education.
The newly enhanced Main Campus offers students 16,000 square feet of new space and 8,000 square feet of renovated space. This vital effort produces new lab spaces for science, writing, and computer science, as well as a new art studio. It also provides new classrooms, administrative offices, and meeting and event rooms. A dramatic 5,000 square foot inner courtyard offers outdoor classroom and performance space.
Lakehill was recently voted Most Spirited High School in East Dallas by the readers of Bubblelife.