Coach Hearne – Head Volleyball / Head Girls Basketball / Assistant Track
La’Tisha Hearne was born November 1 to Curtis and Tabitha Hearne. She is the middle child of 3 siblings, one being an older sister and a younger a brother. Hearne has no children but she has an adorable dog name Reagan and 3 handsome nephews that are her world.
Coach Hearne posses a strong passion for the game of basketball. She has been playing the game since she was 4 years old. She was a four-year letter winner at Richardson High School. She was first-team All-District in the 9-5A selection all four years of high school, and named district Newcomer of the Year as a freshman. She averaged 15 points and eight rebounds per game as a senior. She also helped to lead the Lady Eagles to a bi-district championship in 2010 and 2011.
Upon graduating high school Hearne attended Texas A&M University-Commerce where she played 4 years of collegiate basketball. She laid an amazing foundation that lead to holding some records at the university. Hearne obtained 2 degrees from TAMUC. She received her bachelor's in 2015 and her masters in 2017.
After graduating with her bacherlors, she began her teaching career at Rains Junior High where she coached volleyball, basketball, and track on the junior high level. After leaving Rain Junior High, she became a head varsity coach for basketball and track at North Hopkins High School. She took the Lady Panthers to playoffs for the first time in 8 years.
After a year in North Hopkins, Coach Hearne returned back to Dallas in order to be closer to her family. She returned back to her old school district in Richardson where she started teaching and coaching at Westwood Junior High teaching English and coaching volleyball and basketball. Coach Hearne had two successful years as a junior high coach, one being an undefeated season.
Coach Hearne is in her first year here at Clarksville. She is a special education teacher at Cheatham Elementary, the head volleyball coach, head girls basketball coach, and assistant track coach.