- College Admissions Information
- Professional instruction on combine drills
- Plenty of reps for every participant
- College coaches get your info for recruiting
- Held in a professional training facility
- Combine scholarships available!
Power Train Sports Institute Columbia is also offering three FREE sessions of training the week prior to the combine to all combine participants!
School Counselor Patrick Miles has made available a copy of the Athletic Recruiting Toolkit he put together for the NCAA Night. It its available for family/student on Naviance under the document library and also is available via the link below.
· Statistics of NCAA athletes
· Creating a realistic college list for athletes/to do list for juniors
· Do and Don’ts
· DI, II, and III differences
· Financial Aid info
· Eligibility rules
· Academics requirements (NOTE: there are NEW requirements for students beginning college in Aug 2016…which would be current sophomores)
· DI and II worksheets
· Questions for coaches/visits
· Sample athletic resumes
For more info on this please see Patrick.
The Mount Hebron football team earned its 3rd win of the season over Oakland Mills. This was an all around team win with big plays occurring on both offense and defense, and one of the plays was chosen as a top 10 play of the week. Check out the link below to see the play.
To see more pictures of the game, see Gale stones photos here
The deadline to turn in ticket money has been extended. Players need to turn in their ticket sales money to Coach Zacharias or Coach McCarthy by Friday.
Players that have not dropped off their syrup and juice donations have until Friday.
We still need volunteers for the pancake breakfast. Please sign up to volunteer for one of the second shift positions by clicking on the link below.
JV players will be split into 2 shifts by jersey number so student athletes with a low number will have the early shift this year and higher numbers the later shift. SO if you have to bring your player up to school anyway, stick around and lend a hand! We need everyone!!
School has started and Homecoming – September 21st – vs. Centennial is quickly approaching! Every year, the Mt. Hebron Football families help kick off Homecoming Day with an amazing event – a pancake breakfast! Last year, approximately 1,200 members of the community enjoyed fun, food and entertainment.
The Mount Hebron Football program kicked off their Fall 2013 campaign with a pre-season scrimmage against Milford Mill Academy on Saturday August 24th at Mount Hebron High School. Both the JV and Varsity teams participated in a controlled scrimmage against the Baltimore County team. The scrimmage gave Mount Hebron Football student athletes and coaches a chance to compete against a formidable opponent to practice and sharpen their football skills.
Photos of the scrimmage taken by Gale Stone can be viewed here