Reagan County will be well represented this Saturday at the Area Track Meet that will be held at Jim Ned.
The Owls advanced several girls and boys past the District Meet that was held Saturday in Alpine.
Several Owls and Lady Owls will be competing in more than one event.

 

 

The Reagan Hospital District board of directors received a near spotless audit report during their last regular meeting.
The audit, conducted by BKD, was done on time and with no complications. A major detour from last year.
"Everything we needed was provided to us quickly and professionally ," Christa Worley of BKD told the board. "There were absolutely no difficulties or disagreements with management."
Worley also pointed out that the district's Net Position had changed from a $448,053.00 loss in 2012 to a $535,803 increase in 2013. A compared increase of $983,856.00.

 

 

Reagan County Middle School has four new School Records in Track & Field.
Tristan Ortiz, Alex Chavez, Samuel Goodloe and Jayslynn Reyes each wrote themselves into the record books this season by besting previous school records in four different events.
Alex Chavez, the only 8th grader in the group, set a School Record in the 110M Hurdles at the Reagan County Relays with a time of 17.80. The previous record was set in 1989 by Robert Barrera (18.14).
Tristan Ortiz, 7th grade, set the School Record in Shot Put at the District Meet with a throw of 41' 4 1/4". The previous record was set in 1990 by Mario Petralba (40'10").

 

 

Reagan County's fate in the 2014-15 UIL Realignment has been sealed.
The rearangment of districts has left the Owls with three automatic playoff bids in Baseball, Softball and Volleyball for the 2014-15 seasons.
The Owls find themselves in a four team district in each of those sports that match Reagan County up against Coahoma, Colorado City and Sonora.
Some four team districts across the state have opted for a schedule that has each team facing one anther three times each year.