The Reagan County Owls baseball team concluded a remarkable season with a record of 14 wins and 11 losses, including an impressive 11-3 district record. Finishing as co-runners up in their district, the Owls demonstrated their talent and determination on the field.
The Reagan County Softball Team has made a statement this season, finishing with a 15-12 record and earning 12 spots on the District 5-2A All-District Team.
The middle school tennis team competed in their own invitational tournament on April 29th and did not disappoint. The 7th and 8th grade both were overall team champions with 39 and 43 points respectively.
The Reagan County Lady Owls claimed their first Bi-District championship since 2017 with their sweep of Christoval on Thursday on their home field. The Lady Owls out scored Christoval 41 to eight in …
The Reagan County Tennis team delivered an impressive performance at the 2A State Tennis Tournament held on April 25 and 26 at the Blossom Tennis Center.
The Reagan County High School track and field team put on a stellar performance at the Region 1-2A Meet held at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas, over the weekend.
Saturday April 22nd the middle school competed in their team tennis tournament. This tournament is what the Varsity competes in just an extended version. Instead of 6 singles matches they played 8 …
The Reagan county Tennis team traveled to Fort Stockton on February 23-24 to compete in the Fort Stockton Tennis Tournament.
For the first time since 2006, and the fourth time in program history, the Reagan County Owls are in the Regional Basketball Tournament. The Owls punched their ticket to the Sweet 16 with a 79-51 win over Seagraves on Friday and a 71-58 win over Plains Tuesday night.
Reagan County’s Powerlifting Program has seven lifters representing the Blue and Gold this Friday at the Region 1-1/2A Meet in Shamrock, Texas.
The Reagan County Owls put on a show Tuesday night as they played host to Water Valley on Senior Night. The tradition of honoring our seniors and their parents was held between the girls and boys game, but what happened between tip-off and the final buzzer of the Owls’ 95-22 win will be something the Reagan County seniors hold in their memories for the rest of their lives.
The Reagan County Owls notched their 25th consecutive district win Tuesday night with their 90-36 road win over Sonora. The streak runs back to the Owls’ 2020-21 season when the team dropped an early district game against Crane at home on January 15, 2021.
The Reagan County Powerlifting program has started their lifting season out strong with solid performances at the McCamey and Coahoma Powerlifting meets. The boys placed 2nd as a team at both the McCamey and Coahoma meets. The girls placed 3rd as a team at both the McCamey and Coahoma meets.
The Reagan County Owls traveled to Lubbock at the end of last week to take part in the 63rd Annual Caprock Classic tournament. “We were in the more difficult bracket for the boys,” Head Coach Kyle Brown said. “It was a mixture of UIL and TAPPS teams. Our boys played against extremely tough competition, and made an impressive run.”
Brylee McKay brought home the gold from the 2022 USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Meet held in Bryan-College Station on Saturday.
The Reagan County Owls are well represented on the District 3-2A All-District Team with 16 selections receiving 23 honors.
The Reagan County Lady Owls placed seven on the District 4-2A All-District Volleyball Team.
The Reagan County Owls know one thing for sure... After their 46-6 win over Anthony on Friday, the Owls are heading to the playoffs. That is where the certainty ends. As of today, the Owls can enter the playoffs anywhere from the second seed to the fourth seed depending on how things shake out on Friday.
Reagan County’s Julian Rodriguez took fourth place at the Region 1-2A Cross Country Meet securing his spot at the State Meet. Rodriguez finished the course at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock on Monday with a time of 17:25.8 behind a group of runners from Plains.