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Spring 2023 Baseball Registration is now open!
2023 Baseball Registration is now open – click here to register https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/350772Read More
2022-2023 HEAT Discount Cards Are Available Now!
Tyler HEAT Athletes and Parents: Discount cards are available now. Remember the drill. Everyone needs to sell 10 and keep one free for yourself. There will be CASH prizes for the top 4 sellers! Contact your coach or designated discount card captain to receive or return your cards.Read More
Basketball Registration Opens August 22!
Registration for Boys and Girls Basketball begins August 22! Homeschool students in grades 6-12 can register online. Payment plans are available with a $50 deposit. Reserve your spot today and start receiving all the latest practice and team information. CLick here for more information and a link to registration. https://etxheat.org/basketball/Read More
Fall 2022 Cross Country Registration is open!
Register for Fall 2022 Cross Country at https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/327591 Early Bird Registration ($25 discount) ends on August 1st!Read More
6-Man Football Registration is open!
Register for 6-man football at https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/323926 Early bird registration ($25 discount) ends July 20!Read More
Fall 2022 Registration Is Open!
Click the following link to sign up for fall 2022 sports: etxheat.org/registrationRead More
10 Ways You’re Causing Your Child Sport-Induced Stress
Communicate Instantly and Get Real-Time Game Updates with TeamSnap Live!
We’re thrilled today to take the wraps off an exciting new feature that will change the way you interact with TeamSnap. TeamSnap Live!Read More
Coaching With a Purpose: Mixing Mental Lessons With Physical Ones
In just the last two decades, coaches are finally realizing the tremendous impact they can have on their win/loss record and the respect of their athletes by coaching the mental game.Read More
Research Says Young Athletes Need More Than Just Practice To Succeed
However, many athletes never quite cross the 10,000 hour finish line, and have used the scapegoat reason, “I just didn’t have enough time to commit to the sport.”Read More