Senior Ben Palmer on the carry.
The Lakehill Preparatory School Varsity Warriors Football team defeated Denton Calvary at home 64 - 38, on October 4. The Warriors were in control from the opening kick-off. They were led on offense by Ryan Henry's 260 yards rushing and five touchdowns. Nathan Lewis completed eight of 10 passes for 117 yards and one touchdown to William Leake. Senior captain Ben Palmer caught four passes for 59 yards and rushed five times for 24 yards. He had one sack on defense. Mitchell Crow was eight for eight on extra-point attempts, and had two interceptions and eight solo tackles. Jonah Shaw, Hunter Cowart, and Keegan Clendenin blocked well on offense for Henry and Palmer.
The Warriors travel to Rockwall Heritage Christian Academy on October 12, for another district match-up at 7:30 p.m.
About Lakehill Preparatory School
At Lakehill Preparatory School, we know that bigger is not always better. Lakehill is -- and always has been -- small by design.
Our school combines a strong, engaging academic program with a kind and inclusive community. A small student body offers a greater opportunity for each student to experience academic and leadership growth. Students develop a strong sense of belonging, and pride in their community, their school, and themselves.
Community spirit is encouraged in our small school environment. Strong relationships develop between home and school, and school leaders are far more involved with individual students than in a larger school setting. Lakehill staff pride themselves on knowing every child by name.
Lakehill builds an atmosphere of respect, accountability, collaboration, and mentoring between students and teachers, and provides the resources and learning opportunities that empower students to be architects of their own education.
To schedule a personalized tour, please contact Stacey Peacock, Director of Admission, at email@example.com.
Visit our website at lakehillprep.org for more information.