Mooreland’s Hayden Steuart – Character Counts Presented by Gwaine Mathews State Farm

Hayden Steuart is a senior at Mooreland High School where he plays varsity baseball for head coach Luke Thompson. Mooreland finished the 2019 season with a record of 24-8, ranked No. 19 in Class A. Mooreland had great season with big wins over Watonga, Hooker, Okeene and a sweep of the Fairview tournament. 

Coach Thompson said of Steuart, “Steuart had a great senior year to finish out a great career at Mooreland.” 

One thing Steuart loved about his team was the chemistry and comradery they shared on and off the field. 

“What I loved most about this team was we have a good chemistry and work well together,” said Steuart. “This season was awesome and I enjoyed every moment of it.” 

Academically, Steuart has enjoyed success in the classroom as well. 

“My academics are very important to me,” he said. 

Like his teammates, Steuart enjoys representing Mooreland High School in competition and will miss not putting on the colors of his school. 

“It’s an honor to compete for Mooreland,” said Steuart. “One thing I will always remember are all of the friendships that I have made here.” 

Steuart got his start in baseball 14 years ago when he first started playing little league. A catcher and pitcher, Steuart’s love for the game grew and he knew he wanted to play ball in high school. 

“I started playing 14 years ago,” said Steuart. “I only play baseball and football.” 

His future plans include going to college and pursuing a degree. But when he’s not tossing the ball around or working on homework, you can find him spending time with friends and family. Something that is very important to Steuart.