Football State Championship at Waco Midway Panther Stadium Friday, December 2 at 7 p.m. Regents Knights vs. Grapevine Faith Christian Lions Cost: $15 adults, $10 students, $10 senior citizens (60+)
Directions from I35: Exit #325 Hewitt Drive. Travel northwest for approximately 5 miles. Destination will be located on right (800 Hewitt Rd, Hewitt, Texas 76643), next to the Middle School. This is the parking lot for Regents fans(home team).
Navy out for the game!
Tailgate at the stadium in the home team parking lot starting at 4:30pm. Bring your own food, drinks, chairs, etc. No alcohol or tobacco allowed.
No fans allowed on the field before, during, or after the game. A sideline pass is required to be on the field.
GO KNIGHTS !!!
Welcome to Regents Knights athletics, which began in 1995 with 5th-8th grade basketball, volleyball and football and has since expanded to 56 teams across 15 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), girls golf (2012), swim (2013) 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.
The Regents Lady Knights varsity basketball team qualified for the TAPPS 5A State Final Four after a 67-63 victory over Tyler Grace in the Regional Championship this past Saturday. The Lady Knights face Dallas Christian, the state's #1 ranked team, on Friday, Feb. 24 at 1:00 p.m. at McMurry University in Abilene, TX.
The Regents Swim Team competed in the TAPPS State Championships in San Antonio on February 10. Eight swimmers competed in fourteen different events and placed 4th or better in 6 events highlighted by T.J. Piercy's state championship in the boy's 100 freestyle and placing 2nd in the 200 freestyle. Congratulations on a great season!