Welcome to Regents Knights athletics, which began in 1995 with 5th-8th grade basketball, volleyball and football and has since expanded to 54 teams across 13 different sports in grades 6 through 12.
Since our first year of varsity athletics in 2000, Regents has won state championships in football (2010, 2006, 2003, 2002, and 2001), volleyball (2006) and cheerleading (2006) as well as numerous regional, bi-district and district titles in other sports including boys and girls basketball and golf.
In its proper context, the Regents athletic program is an arena for discovering and maturing in the Christ-like character that will define our student-athletes for the rest of their lives.
It is our desire that our entire athletic community - coaches, players and parents - participate in such a way that honors God and conveys a positive witness to those around us.
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.
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.