Posted 04/11/2014 08:51AM
Brian Arabie shot an 84 and tied for ninth overall in the TAPPS 4A, District 3 golf tournament hosted by Regents at the Grey Rock Golf Course on Tuesday, April 8. With his finish in the top 10 at the district tournament, he now advances to the TAPPS 4A South Regional golf tournament to be held on Monday, April 14 at the Meadowbrook Farms Golf Club in Katy, Texas.
Posted 04/11/2014 08:49AM
Last week was a busy week for the Regents Tennis team. On Tuesday, Regents won its match against the Texas School for the Deaf with a total match score of 10 to 3. Then they competed at the TAPPS 4A, District 3 tournament at Austin Tennis Center on Friday and Saturday where three Regents players qualified for the TAPPS State Tennis Tournament. Jessica Hardey placed 3rd overall in Girls Singles and the doubles team of Maddie Kennedy and Caroline Lane placed 4th overall in Girls Doubles which qualifies them for the state tournament. Henry Brown, Mary Ralph Lawson, Catherine Walters, Austin Shaw, Kailey Cavanaugh, Benjamin Levinson, and Nathanael St. John also represented Regents with solid performances at the district tournament. The state tournament will be in Waco on April 23-24.
Posted 04/11/2014 08:43AM
Congratulations to the following students
for placing at TAPPS Art State. They have worked hard and their hard work has been noticed and commended.
Posted 04/11/2014 08:42AM
Regents student Becca Howard placed 1st in Original Oratory at TAPPS State for 4A schools! Congratulations!
Posted 04/11/2014 08:40AM
This past Saturday the Chamber Singers competed in the World Strides Heritage Festival in San Antonio. They were one of only a few choirs who received a GOLD rating for their performance. They also received the Spirit of San Antonio Award given to only one choir at the event. Because of our high ranking we have also been invited to the National Invitational Festival of Gold and the 2015-2016 National Youth Choir Festival at Carnegie Hall. Congrats to the Chamber Singers! They represented our school extremely well, and I'm very proud of them.