The Hawk Club was created to work alongside our coaches to help bolster Hartfield Athletics by meeting practical needs within the programs. At Hartfield, we offer a competitive athletic program for students in elementary through high school and we are committed to helping every team compete at the highest level, reach their full potential, and have fun. Hartfield athletics has not been competing on the MAIS 6A level for long, but that hasn't stopped our sports teams. We are so proud of our Hawks!
Hartfield ninth-grader Ella Rankin defended her title by securing the State Champion title in this year's MAIS AAAAAA Cross Country State Championship. Ending an impressive finish to an impressive season, this athlete certainly represents the best and brightest of what Hartfield Athletics has to offer.
Hartfield Academy's Varsity Dance Team and JV Hawkette Dance Team as well as the JV Cheer Squad won State Championship titles at the 2022 MAIS Spirit Competition! After much hard work and determination, our cheer and dance teams have achieved a well-deserved honor.
What makes Hartfield athletics unique? One word comes to mind - Intentionality, meaning the fact of being deliberate or purposive. At Hartfield, our vision is to see every student fulfill their God-given purpose. This includes being intentional in the ways we coach, teach, and spiritually develop our students.
Hartfield Academy is represented throughout three athletic programs when it comes to the athlete of the year in volleyball, swim and cross country. Because of their nomination, they each will be given the opportunity to be a part of the Mississippi High School Sports Awards show which is the largest high school sports recognition program in the country. We are incredibly proud of each player for their determination and sportsmanship this year.
With great excitement, Hartfield Academy is proud to celebrate the signing of nine seniors! These signings represent four Hartfield sports: girls softball, girls soccer, baseball, and golf. We are incredibly proud of each of these players and thrilled for what is to come in the future as collegiate-level athletes.
Hartfield Academy is thrilled to welcome Spencer Pittman to the Hartfield Family! Spencer will be our head volleyball coach for the 2022 - 2023 season. Please click read more to read a personal letter from Athletic Director, David Sykes.
The Hawk Club was created to work alongside our coaches to help bolster Hartfield Athletics by meeting practical needs within the programs. At Hartfield, we offer a competitive athletic program for students in elementary through high school and we are committed to helping every team compete at the highest level, to reach their full potential, and have fun. This year, Hartfield athletics has been competing on the MIAS 6A level and no athletic team has disappointed. We are so proud of our Hawks!
The Hartfield Girls Softball team came ready to compete for the State Title on Saturday, October 9th and left the field as winners of the 6A Fast Pitch State Championship! Led by head coach, Julie McKinney, the girls pulled out victorious in game three with a final score of 3-2.
Hartfield Academy junior, Ma'Nia Womack, commits to play Softball at The University of Mississippi in the fall of 2023. Hartfield Athletics is proud to launch this all-star athlete into her college athletic career.
Senior and multi-sport athlete, Mia Wheeler, has always been one to watch. Her hard work and humble leadership shines through in everything she does, which is why it is of no surprise to Hawk fans that she was recently awarded the Mississippi Scoreboard Performance Therapy Player of the Week this month! As a testament to this well-deserved honor, Mia’s Lady Hawks Basketball coaches weigh in.
With great excitement, Hartfield Academy is proud to celebrate the signing day for Senior, Brandon Buckhaulter. Buckhaulter signed to play football with The University of Mississippi and will begin school this Spring, making Hartfield Football history as the first athlete to early-enroll to a Division I football program.
Hartfield seventh grader Ella Rankin made history this year by securing the State Champion title in this year's MAIS AAAA Cross Country State Championship. Cinching an impressive finish to an impressive season, this athlete certainly represents the best and brightest of what Hartfield Athletics has to offer.
Whether you're a Hawks football fan sitting in the stands, Hartfield fifth grader at P.E., or Lady Hawks soccer player securing yet another big win, Community Bank Field has been a most exciting addition to our community. To celebrate the unveiling of Community Bank Field, Hartfield Academy was given the esteemed pleasure to welcome Mr. Thomas Colbert, Community Bank Senior Chairman of the Board, along with other Community Bank executives for two special field dedication visits this month. We are confident that we are only seeing the beginning of unprecedented community impact thanks to this significant project, and we have Community Bank along with several other dedicated supporters to thank for what lies ahead for the Hartfield family.
With student safety as our highest priority, the decision has been made to cancel this Friday’s Varsity football game against Magnolia Heights School as they work through health concerns. As a result of this forfeit, the Hawks will advance to the 2nd round of playoffs on Friday, November 6th at Leake Academy.
The Hartfield Girls Soccer team came ready to defend their State Title on Monday, October 12th and left the field as back to back winners of the MAIS Division II Championship. Led by coach, Jake Benton, the girls turned the game around at the half to win 4-1.
Hartfield Athletics is off to an incredible start to the 2020-2021 season. We are fortunate to have top-notch athletes led by outstanding coaches, all with the same goal: to honor God and grow as disciples as we perform at the highest level possible. Beyond the daily sacrifices made by our athletes and coaching staff, our success as an athletic program is largely due to the support of a very important organization: the Hawk Club at Hartfield Academy.
The Hartfield Hawks have had a momentous season so far.
Football season signaled the beginning of a long-awaited return to “normal” for many Hawk fans. Though many events have been limited, large outdoor gatherings have continued with safety measures in place, and we have been able to begin our football season even in the midst of challenges.
Hartfield Athletics is looking forward to another successful year for the Hartfield Aqua Hawks! Since year one, the Hartfield Aqua Hawks have excelled competitively, finishing in the top three multiple times in the history of the program. With a new head coach at the helm, the Aqua Hawks antipate another year of continual growth.
Hartfield Academy is fully accredited by both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the MidSouth Association of Independent Schools (MAIS), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Southern Association of independent Schools (SAIS).