Hayden Tibbits Offers

By clicking submit, you agree to share your email address with the site owner and Mailchimp to receive marketing, updates, and other emails from the site owner. Use the unsubscribe link in those emails to opt out at any time.“The Wayzata boys basketball team is replacing three key starters from its 2021-22 state runner up squad. Drew Berkland, Carter Bjerke and Ryan Harvey all graduated, leaving senior guards Spencer Hall and Hayden Tibbits as the two returning starters. One of those starting spots will likely be filled by 6-foot-8 junior Jackson McAndrew. He played a key role off the bench last season and this summer collected six offers to play division I college basketball. The Lake Conference will institute a shot clock this season for all conference games. Wayzata head coach Bryan Schnettler was not in favor of the move but doesn’t think it will make much of a difference for his team. The shot clock will not be used for non-conference or post-season games.” From CCX Media. We’ve detected that JavaScript is disabled in this browser. Please enable JavaScript or switch to a supported browser to continue using twitter.com. You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center. ST. PAUL, Minn. — Wayzata High School senior Hayden Tibbits will join St. Thomas Men’s Basketball as a freshman for the 2023-24 season, the program announced Wednesday. “We are thrilled for Hayden to join St. Thomas Basketball!” head coach John Tauer said. “He is the consummate competitor, a final five Mr. Basketball candidate, and led Wayzata to a state championship…We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.

She made the switch from outfield to shortstop this year. The Texas Tech pledge was the District 6-6A co-MVP and hit .605 with 56 stolen bases. Ranked No. 56 in the Extra Innings Extra Elite 100 list.
The Amarillo Globe-News Softball Player of the Year hit .508 this spring with 19 home runs, 72 RBIs and scored 55 runs. She played only two full seasons of high school softball due to a transfer and surgery in her freshman and junior years, respectively. She signed with West Texas A&M.

A four-team all-district pick, she hit .495 in each of her four seasons. She hit .507 with 34 hits and scored 35 runs this spring for the Texans. She’s signed to play at Baylor.

She put up eye-popping stats and landed on the Houston Chronicle’s postseason team. She hit .789 with 2.177 OPS with 45 hits, 21 RBIs and was 21-for-21 in stolen bases.
Landed on the Houston Chronicle’s postseason softball team after hitting .542 with 71 hits, 34 RBIs and 56 runs scored. The Texas Tech signee originally was committed to Texas A&M.Gribble has made it a priority to assist the family in any way possible, whether it be helping coordinate parking or special seating during away games when Harden-Moore is feeling strong enough to attend (she made it to six of Sherwood’s 11 games last season) or providing her with live streams when she isn’t.Trent Seaborn started diagnosing double-teams and drawing double-takes early last season playing quarterback as an eighth-grader for Alabama powerhouse Thompson.

Helped guide the Lady Chaps to the postseason for the first time since 2007 behind a .427 average with 38 RBIs. She was the Dallas Morning News offensive player of the year.
The Oregon high school football season is scheduled to begin Thursday, Aug. 31 — 64 days from today. As we count down the days until kickoff, SBLive Oregon will give you one significant number per day.“I think he just doesn’t want to show too much excitement,” Harden-Moore said, “because he wants to make sure things work out the way they’re supposed to.”

She helped the Rangers reach the 5A Region II finals after hitting .492 with 23 RBIs and only one strikeout all season. The Houston pledge had a .967 fielding percentage at shortstop.The ninth grader made an immediate impact for the 5A champions by hitting .500 with a 1.194 OPS 53 hits, 32 RBIs and 30 SB as the team’s cleanup hitter.Cade Knighton was the starter in his upperclassman years of 2018 and 2019, and Cru Newman, who received some action as a freshman in spring 2021, has been No. 1 behind center the past two seasons.

The hardest part is keeping her energy up. Over the years, that’s been one of the things she’s so often cried about — having to miss Moore’s games, or other events she wishes she could have been there for, but couldn’t physically bring herself to attend.

Honored on the Dallas Morning News postseason team, she hit .403 with 44 RBIs and 18 extra-base hits for the Class 6A runners-up. She’s signed with Texas State.
He’s found that, and more, at Sherwood, where he became a first-team all-league cornerback last season. Another season like that this fall would go a long way toward helping him find a Division I home.She made the SB Live All-CenTex first team last year at shortstop when she hit .500. This year, she hit .650 and helped the Pirates reach the UIL 2A semifinals. She’s a Baylor pledge.

He was already quite high on the Ducks after visiting earlier in the year, and nothing he saw in June seemed to change his stance that Oregon was his strongest contender.
After undergoing chemotherapy, a double mastectomy and radiation, Harden-Moore was deemed cancer-free less than a year after the original diagnosis. But in 2017, when Moore was 12, it returned with a “vengeance,” this time in the form of Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer.

Moore grew up playing a combination of running back and receiver. He still plays stints at receiver, but it’s at cornerback where he’s cut his teeth at the high school level, transforming into a player with Division I talent on the field who holds Ivy League academic aspirations off it. Among schools showing significant interest in the soon-to-be senior are Stanford, Harvard, Dartmouth and Princeton.
“He knew what he wanted. He wanted to play football, and he was going to play. And I just love it. I’ve had so many great moments watching him over the years.”Nowadays, the memory makes her chuckle, although 12 years ago when it happened, it filled her with gratitude for the presence of her then-5-year-old son, Jaylan Moore. It’s a story she doubts the rising high school senior, a star cornerback for the Sherwood Bowmen, recollects, but one she won’t soon forget.

The Houston Chronicle’s All-Greater Houston Hitter of the Year had a .536 average for the Class 5A champions. The LSU signee hit .536 with a 1.399 OPS for a team that was 44-1. Her 230 stolen bases in her career are the most all-time in UIL history.
As Harden-Moore reflects on the kindergarten incident more than a decade later, she can’t help but notice the connective tissue. The reaction her son displayed all those years ago doesn’t surprise her one bit now. That’s who he is, who he’s continually grown to become. He’s every bit that protector, keeping things locked down — be it receivers traversing the football field, his academic endeavors or, naturally, his mother’s well-being.While Seaborn has drawn the most headlines, QB Hit List ranks Houston one spot ahead of him as the top quarterback in the nation in the Class of 2027 (Mater Dei’s Furian Inferrera is No. 3). Calvary Baptist called Houston’s number in the final game of the season in 2022, perhaps to give the fans a glimpse of what’s to come. The dual-threat QB — who also played varsity baseball as an eighth-grader — completed both of his passes for 14 yards and has spent the 7-on-7 season drawing oohs and ahs from college scouts.

Last year, New Bremen took home its first state championship with a 38-6 win over Warren JFK. Lima Central Catholic and Newark Catholic made the state semifinals.
Moore’s year of kindergarten roughly coincided with the onset of Harden-Moore’s Stage 3 Inflammatory Breast Cancer in 2011. She was attending Florida A&M University College of Law in Orlando, living in Windermere, Florida, with Jaylan and her husband, Andre.

\”Displays good foot and body quickness for his size, shows the ability to explode into both his run and pass sets. Has a tendency to play a little high off the line of scrimmage but overcompensates with size and frame. More of a leaner at the point of attack but flashes some power in his hands and ability to naturally move defenders off the line of scrimmage. Shows the ability to play in space at the second level and doesn’t appear to be limited to only playing in a power scheme at the next level. Reactionary athlete that bends well for his size and possesses some quick twitch traits in the upper and lower body. …Although he will need some physical and technical refinement at the next level, McRoy possesses a combination of size and athleticism at the right tackle position that is certain to excel at the next level. Projects as a Power Five multi-year starter at the right tackle position with the ability to continue to develop into an all-conference prospect and a potential day one or two NFL Draft choice.\”
The massive 6-foot-8, 365-pound offensive lineman is rated the nation’s No. 60 overall prospect and No. 3 offensive tackle, behind only Mater Dei (California) star Brandon Baker and Dillon (South Carolina) mauler Josiah Thompson (committed to South Carolina).Moore readily acknowledges his mother’s condition can be upsetting. But it’s in those moments he tries his hardest to think back and remind himself why he’s doing what he’s doing on the field, in the classroom, in life as a whole. He’s at peace with it now. He can’t let it be something that gets in the way of what he wants to accomplish, he said, and what he knows his mother wants him to accomplish.Her chemotherapy rolls back around every three weeks. She’s gotten used to it after dealing with it all these years. The treatment itself changes — it’s a different drug now — but it’s all seemingly the same, she said. It still takes quite the physical toll on her.

Of note, Oregon is also firmly in the mix for Baker, the nation’s No. 1 offensive tackle, and it remains quite possible that Dan Lanning’s staff secures two of the top three offensive tackles in this cycle.A transfer from Eastlake, she helped her new school reach the 6A UIL Tournament for the first time last year with a .511 average in the postseason. The UTEP signee hit .496 with 11 home runs, 45 RBIs and scored 52 runs this season.

Editor’s note: There are hundreds of outstanding softball players in Texas. Would you like to make a case for an omission? Email [email protected], tag us on Twitter or Instagram @SBLiveTX and let us know about other players worthy of additional consideration.
Harden-Moore is still in active treatment. She will be for the rest of her life. As of now, it’s going well. She’s stable and, to her, that’s a blessing amidst endless ups and downs.“When I was younger, I knew what (cancer) was, but not really on (the level I do now),” Moore said. “I thought she was just sick, but (that) she’d get over it pretty soon, hopefully. … The second time it came around, I realized it was really serious. It’s something that she has to deal with for pretty much her whole life now.

Andy Buhler covers breaking high school sports news and trending stories across the country. He brings more than five years of experience covering high school sports across the state of Washington and beyond, and helps oversee the SBLive/Sports Illustrated Power 25 national boys basketball rankings. He covered everything from the Final Four, MLS in Atlanta to local velodrome before diving into the world of preps. His bylines can be found in The News Tribune (Tacoma, Washington), The Associated Press, The Columbian (Vancouver, Washington), The Oregonian and more. He holds a degree from Gonzaga and is based out of Portland, Oregon.Whether that inkling holds validity, he’s on the right track. Things are going so well for Moore, in fact, that it can almost be “scary” for his mother. She wouldn’t want anything to affect this stride he’s hit.

Moore knows his mother, though. He knows she wants nothing more than to be there every time, for everything and every moment. He knows that her heart is with him, but her body won’t always let her be there. That soothes Harden-Moore to a degree.
Spaeder threw for 611 yards and eight touchdowns as a middle schooler playing varsity at Avant Garde Academy last fall. The 6-foot-2 pro-style quarterback will play his ninth-grade year for the American Patriots.The junior posted 41 hits with 34 runs scored with a .429 average for the Cougars. The Baylor commit is ranked No. 26 in the Class of 2024 by Extra Innings. She’s a dual-sport athlete in the spring, being a regional qualifier in the pole vault, 300-meter hurdles and the 4×200-meter relay. She hit .354 on the softball diamond. She’s been a multiple-time all-state pick and District 21-2A MVP. She’s headed to play at Texas A&M next year after earlier being committed to Arizona State. The District 6-6A defensive player of the year had a .947 fielding percentage. At the plate, the Georgia pledge hit .557 with 21 extra-base hits and scored 40 runs.

We started by taking a look at the top right-handed and left-handed pitchers in the state. Then we shifted attention to the top outfielders, top catchers and corner infielders and opened it up to readers to choose which player rose above a talented crowd.She was a .483 career hitter for the Oilers, who won the Class 6A title over Denton Guyer. She was named to the UIL State All-Tournament team. Drafton has signed to play at Eastern Kentucky.

So, while Tai urged her son to try, as best a 5-year-old boy could, to contain his emotions and avoid resorting to a physical outburst, there was something deeply settling about observing her son’s reaction and the protective nature he flashed.
The buzz reached its peak when he led the Warriors to their fourth consecutive state championship, completing 12 of 14 pass attempts for 207 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-24 win over Auburn. She was the Dallas Morning News Softball Player of the. Year this spring. She won a state title in California as a sophomore before moving to Denton and helping Guyer reach the 6A title game this year. The Oregon commit hit .540 with 49 RBIs and 65 RBIs. Now, we’re examining the top middle infielders in Texas in 2023 and want to hear from readers. Scan the 44 names under consideration below and cast your vote in the poll. Voting is open through Wednesday, July 5 at 11:59 p.m. Central time.She vividly remembers the early days, back when Moore’s helmet was “bigger than his body” and he looked like a “bobblehead” running around the field. He was often the smallest player on his team, but he remained undeterred.