Brian Brazil-Head Football Coach/Athletic Coordinator
Coach Brazil has been Hebron’s Athletic Coordinator and Head Coach since the school opening in 1999. Coach Brazil is a 1988 graduate of TCU earning All-Conference (OT) in 1987 playing for legendary coach Jim Wacker. Coach has over 30 years of coaching experience at Shepton, RL Turner, Lewisville and Hebron High School. Coach Brazil reached a milestone on September 27, 2013 by recording his and the schools 100th careers win a 28-7 win over Plano. He also lead Hebron to a perfect season with a 28-0 over Corpus Christi Calallen, which had not been shut out in over 20 years, to win the 2005 4A-II Texas state football championship. In 2015 Coach Brazil was inducted into the Pasadena ISD Hall of Fame. Coach Brazil has also served as President of the Texas High School Coaches Association from 2011-2012. Coach Brazil was the 2008 recipient of the Excellence in Education Award given by the TCU College of Education Alumni Association. For all his outstanding achievements, Coach Brazil has been recognized as All-America Football Foundation High School Coach and named district coach multiple times. Coach is also the 2014 recipient of the Tom Landry Award from the Texas High School Coaches Association. The Tom Landry Award is presented “for outstanding contributions to the game of football by a Texas high school coach whose life and actions have provided a positive role model for athletes and a credit to the coaching profession."
Coach Brazil is also been chosen as the 2016 Landry Award Coach of the Year. The Landry Award recognizes a Coach of the Year, who exemplifies the Christian values that defined Tom Landry on and off the field. A coach’s job is first about teaching life skills and molding young lives. They are shaping young people into the leaders of tomorrow. So many coaches in North Texas donate their time to be more than just a coach to kids. They are father figures, friends and, most of all, role models. They nurture them with unconditional love and turn them into the kind of adults that today’s world needs.
The Landry Award Coach of the Year, selected by Greater Dallas Fort Worth FCA leadership and The Landry Award voting panel, is one who encourages leadership, selflessness, maturity, respect and kindness.
Coach Brazil is 1983 graduate of Rayburn High School of Pasadena, Texas and is quite involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Prestonwood Baptist Church. He and his wife, Birdie, have three children, Danielle, Gabrielle and David. Coach has a beautiful new grandaughter, Logan Maxine, born to daughter Danielle and husband Tyler Mitchem.
Jeff Hill (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)
Jeff Hill has been at Hebron High School since 2015. Coach Hill teaches World History and is the Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach. Prior to Hebron High School he was the middle school coordinator at Creek Valley Middle School for one year. Before that from 2009-2014 Coach Hill coached at Whitewright High School. In 2013 he received his Masters in Education from Southeastern Oklahoma State University and graduated in 2009 with his Bachelors from the University of North Texas in Denton. Prior to UNT he played quarterback in college at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and Bacone College. He graduated high school from Bonham, Texas where he played football, basketball, baseball, and track. Coach Hill lives in Little Elm with his wife, Amy, and their daughter, Kinsley and two sons, Kason and Camden. Coach Hill enjoys fishing, playing golf, taking cruises, and spending time with his family and friends.
William Farley (Freshman Head Coach-A Team)
Coach Farley started coaching and teaching at Hebron in 2005. He currently teaches World History and Social Studies. He is also an Assistant Varsity Baseball coach. Prior to coming to Hebron he was the Head Baseball Coach at Garland Naaman Forest for eight years. He also coached at Duncanville for four years. Coach Farley has been coaching for over twenty years. He is a graduate of R.L. Turner High School and North Texas State University. He and his wife, Rebecca, have four children, Jake, Joe, Jarrett and Katie.
Ian Spaight (Freshman Head Coach-B Team)
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David Brazil (Nose Guards)
Lance Freeman (Corner Backs)
Coach Freeman has been coaching for over 10 years and joined the staff at Hebron High School in the summer of 2020. He has previously served as the Assistant Head Coach/ Special Teams Coordinator and Linebackers Coach at Nimitz High School. Coach graduated from Nimitz High School in 2006 and went on to attend Texas A&M University where he graduated with a degree in Health Education. Coach Freeman teaches World Geography at the Hebron 9th grade campus and coaching baseball. Coach Freeman is married to his wife Jordin and they have one daughter, Finley Ruth.
Bobbie Vaugh (Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator)
Coach Vaughn has been teaching Outdoor Education and coaching both football and soccer since 2003. He is also the Varsity womens soccer coach at Hebron. He has been with LISD for 20 years. He is a 1990 Graduate of Lewisville High School where he played soccer, football and track. He attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University where he played football and ran track. He graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. He married his high school sweet heart, Lisa. They have three children, Brett, Bailey and Brady.
Skylar Graham (Offensive Lineman)
Coach Graham was born and raised in Muskogee, Oklahoma and studied at Muskogee High School and Bacone College. Skylar joined the staff at Hebron in the summer of 2019 where he teaches Business and coaches both football and track. Prior to coming to Hebron Coach Graham coached and taught at Crandall High School in Crandall, Texas. Coach lives in Mesquite with his wife, Jonalle, his three boys Skylar Jr., Donavyn, Shawn and has custody of his twin cousins since 2016.
Blake Bowling (Offensive Lineman)
Coach Bowling started coaching at Hebron in the summer of 2021 and was both a teacher and coach at Creek Valley Middle School the two previous years. He currently teaches World Geography at the Hebron 9th grade center and is also the JV Baseball Coach. Coach Bowling earned a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Sport Management from Texas Tech University. While attending Texas Tech, Blake served as a student assistant for the football program with the from 2014-2018. Coach Bowling enjoys golfing and watching Texas Tech sports in his free time.
Jereko Lovett (Defensive Ends)
Coach Lovett began coaching at Hebron in the fall of 2019. He comes from Plano ISD where he coached middle school and high school football for 7 years in total. He also coached for Lewisville HS for two seasons from 2012-2014. Coach Lovett received his Bachelors degree in Business from Missouri Southern State University where he also played football and was a four year starter at defensive end. He is currently teaching Outdoor Ed and Physical Education at the 9th grade campus. Coach Lovett and his wife Diane have two sons, Jonah and Jeremiah, and in his free time, Coach enjoys fishing and spending time with his family.
Jesse Johnson (Safeties)
Jesse has been coaching for over 9 year and 2018 was his 1st year at HHS. He has previously served as the Defensive Coordinator at Lampasas High School for 2 years, Lewisville High school as the secondary and special teams coordinator for 4 years. Coach graduated from Lewisville High School in 2002 and went on to play Safety at Midwestern State University. Coach Johnson is married to Lindsay and has two daughters, Aubrey and Landry.
Austin Luna (Tight Ends)
Eric Congdon (Outside Linebackers/Video-Social Media)
Coach Congdon has been at Hebron High School since 2017. He coaches Outside Linebackers and teaches English. Coach Congdon also is in charge of video and social media for the Hebron Football program. He is a graduate of Lewisville ISD, graduating from The Colony High School in 2008. Before coming to Hebron, Coach Congdon spent a year at Reedy High School in Frisco and Creek Valley Middle School. Coach Congdon has been married to his beautiful wife Allison for three years. She works as an Assistant Principal in Richardson ISD. They have one dog – a Husky mix named Boss Lady
Matthew Zimmerman (Hebron Hawk Stadium Manager)
Coach Zimmerman joined the football staff at Hebron in 2017 and the soccer staff in 2016. However, in the fall of 2020 he accepted the new position of Hebron Hawk Stadium Manager. As stadium manager he is responsible for safety, security, cleanliness and field appearance of the stadium facility. He previously coached WR’s and OLB’s for the Freshman teams as well as the Kickers for the Varsity/JV teams. He continues to be the Varsity Mens Soccer Coach. Coach teaches World Geography and PE at the 9th Grade Campus. He is originally from Minnesota and spent 14 years coaching high school sports, 1 year coaching college soccer and 7 years teaching Special Education and PE. Coach Zimmerman lives in Cross Roads with his wife Jennie, his 2 children Michaela and Joshua as well as his dogs Bear and Jake.
Zac Whitfield (Wide Receivers)
Info coming soon
Matt Moreau (Head Athletic Trainer)
Matt began his tenure at Hebron High school in 2020 and assumed the role of Head Athletic Trainer in 2021. A native of northern Michigan, he spent 10 years as an athletic trainer in NCAA Division I and II athletics; most recently at Michigan State University working with the baseball program for 5 years. Matt earned a Bachelor’s degree in May 2010 from Central Michigan University, a Master’s degree in May 2012 from Georgia Southern University, and a Doctor of Athletic Training degree from AT Still University in December 2020. Matt resides in Lewisville with his golden retriever, Bella.
Nikki Briseno (Asst. Athletic Trainer)
Nikki began as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Hebron High School in the fall of 2019. A native of Copperas Cove, she spent nine years at Killeen ISD; working most recently at Shoemaker High School where she served as the Head Athletic Trainer. Nikki received both her Bachelor's Degree (December 2006) and Master's Degree (May 2009) from Angelo State University. Nikki also teaches Sports Medicine 1.
Jordan Wheat (Asst. Athletic Trainer)
Info coming soon