- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
- Cross Country
- Power Lifting
- Boys Soccer
- Girls Soccer
- Girls Track
- Boys Track
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Lead Coach: Adam Hughes (6 Time Big John, 3 Time Mesquite Badge Award Winner)
Coach: Nick Rodgers
About Jaguar Baseball:
The Horn Jaguar Baseball program is comprised of a group of young men that pride themselves on serving the community and setting a positive example in everything that they do. We believe that being a winner is not something that you can turn off and on. It has to stay on all the time!!! Our motto is NAS. It stands for "Not a Switch". We want to be winners in the classroom, at home, in the community, and on the field.
Big plays power Mesquite Horn to 39-17 upset of No. 6 John Tyler
Lead Coach: Ondra Waddy
Other Coaches: Jonathan Young
About Boys Basketball:
The Horn Boys' Basketball program is an exciting, highly competitive program, which seeks to be one of the best 6A basketball programs in the state! Jaguar Basketball is based upon three components - Character, Skill, and Toughness. Our up-tempo, aggressive style of play gives our players the best opportunity to win at the varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen levels. "DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP AND BEYOND" is our constant goal. In addition, we have several off-the-court expectations of our student-athletes, including accepting the fact that he is a role model and that he is representing not only himself, but also the entire program, his family, his teammates and his coaches. FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION!
Lead Coach: Alan Hamilton
Golf is one of the competitive sport at Horn High School. We have a varsity and a JV that competes year around. In the last ten years we have had seven players sign and play on the collegiate level. Golf is a life-long sport that teaches many values and benefits students in the future.
Lead Coach: Robert Milligan
About Boys Soccer:
The boys soccer program is a very competitive 6A program. The history of the program includes: A Regional Quarterfinal Appearance, Area Championships, as well as bi-district championships and finalist appearances. The program is known for holding our student athletes to a high academic and athletic standard. We average 5+ seniors a year who get recognized for academic all-state honors. The program gives back to the community by participating in various community events which include the Mesquite Trash Bash and Mesquite Soccer Association soccer tournaments. Almost every year we have student-athletes who get letters of intent to play at the college level. We really strive to help our young men graduate and become honorable and productive members of our society.
Lead Coach: Jessica Taylor
Lead Coach: Jeremy Armstreet
About Boys Track:
Our goal for every student/ athlete is to graduate with many strong traits that have been reinforced by a positive environment. It is our vision to foster an environment of respect for self, authority, teammates, and the sport. Another goal is for every athlete to do the best they can with what they were blessed with. Track is a unique sport where you not only compete against other athletes but also with your past performance. Our approach to this is to keep personal records on each athlete and work to better those records. If we do this, beating other athletes will come in due time. We will out work other athletes! Our athletes will learn to set, work, and achieve their goals. If they can be successful in this environment of high demands, it can only help them become even more successful in life.
Lead Coach: Whitney Long
Other Coaches: Ondra Waddy, Kimberly Fisher-McVey, Julie Grigsby, Rebecca Wilburn, Jonathan Young
About Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA):
All students are welcome to be a part of FCA on Friday mornings in the small gym at 8:00. We warm-up with a game like dodgeball, knockout, relays, palm trees and coconuts,… then we workout with a message from a speaker, small group discussions or other activities to help us learn about things like kindness towards others, forgiveness, patience, and managing stress. We participate in the global week of student prayer called See You at the Pole. It is at Horn High School in the fall on the same day and time that people all around the globe participate in gathering at their flagpole to pray for family, friends, school, church and community. We also participate in Fields of Faith at Memorial Stadium where groups from all over North Texas come together. Students wear their school shirts or jerseys and have the opportunity to stand together against the pressures in our world and be a generation that is committed to reading the Bible and applying it to their lives. We have a booth at the Fall carnival and maintain the “Take What You Need Wall”. Wednesday mornings the leaders meet to share their walk of faith and plan the Friday meetings. FCA is open to all and challenges students to impact our world.