The Reagan County Owls brought home the Bi-District Championship Tuesday after a convincing 56-37 win over Ballinger.
The team was lead in scoring by senior Mason Baggett with 21 points (4-3’s).
Coach Campbell said that he is proud of the team for the way they came together in the second half of the game. "In the first quarter we played well on offense," Campbell said. "In the second quarter we played well on defense, but in the second half we put it all together. It was some of the best ball we’ve played all year."
Reagan Hospital District is being sued by a former physical therapist assistant for an alleged breach of contract.
The civil suit, filed January 15, 2015 in the 112th District Court, claims that the district verbally terminated a contract with the plaintiff, Mark Pettit of Midland, Texas, with no warning or cause in 2013.
The suit seeks damages in the amount of $216,320.00.
The Lady Owls softball team won the inaugural Reagan County Classic Tournament this weekend.
The team cruised through pool play with convincing wins over Grape Creek (12-1), TLCA (12-0) and Lake View JV (16-0).
Reagan County’s Tracy Tatum-Smith received her 3A Coach of the Year award Friday during the Reagan County Winter Invitational.
Ft. Stockton’s Tennis Coach Rick Bachman delivered the award to Big Lake after picking it up during the Texas Tennis Coaches Association’s convention on December 5.
Reagan County Athletic Director Ken Campbell was on hand to present the award.
This is the second time Tracy, known as Coach T at RCISD, has received the honor. The first was in 2003.
"It is such an honor to receive this award here in Big Lake in front of our kids," Coach T said. "It is truly a reflection of our players and our assistant coaches. They all put in long hours to get this program to the top. This goes out to them."