In 2010, 6 Stones and the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District partnered to launch an intramural soccer program fro junior high boys. Until that time, only girls had access to the sport at the middle school level. A portion of the student population suffered for their lack of belonging, disengaging from school completely.
They had nothing to call their own.
Seven years later, the league is flourishing. Six teams and over 100 students vie for the Champions Cup, and Hurst Junior High has established a dynasty. But they didn't do that just by showing up to play. There's a culture of success behind players from HJH.