Rivercrest High School will host its summer softball skills camp in July, and will feature instruction from members of the Iowa State University softball program.
The Rivercrest Rebels’ season came to a close when they lost in the regional semifinals to the Centerville Tigers on Thursday night.
In game one of the regional semifinals, the Rivercrest Rebels traveled to Tyler on Wednesday to face the Centerville Tigers. However, the three-game series didn’t start the way the Rebels would have liked, dropping it 5-2.
After the Rivercrest Rebels opened their regional quarterfinal series against the Maud Cardinals with a troubling 10-run loss, it looked to many like the team was in trouble. However, they rebounded in spectacular fashion and in Saturday’s decisive game 3 completely flipped the script on the…
Josh Medlock has earned his stripes as an assistant coach on some highly successful basketball teams over the years. Now, he’ll take that basketball know-how into his first head coaching position, as he prepares to take the reins of the Rivercrest Lady Rebels.
With a trip to the regional semifinals on the line, the Rivercrest Rebels faced a familiar foe in Winnsboro on Thursday: the District 17-2A champion Maud Cardinals. The two teams kicked their regional quarterfinals off with a doubleheader, each winning one and ultimately forcing a decisive t…
With one week left in the regular season, the Rivercrest Rebels were on the outside of the playoffs looking in. Now, after a pair of area round victories against Kerens, the red-hot team is headed to the regional quarterfinals.
For the last four years, Sara Beth Upchurch has led the North Lamar Pantherette volleyball program to great success. Now, she’s returning to the Rivercrest Lady Rebels, where she previously served as head volleyball coach before donning the blue and gold for the Pantherettes.
With just over a week left in the regular season, the Rivercrest Rebels found themselves on the outside of the playoff bubble looking in. Now, they’re bi-district champions and headed to the second round of the playoffs.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels enjoyed a stellar 2022 season, but it came to an end Saturday in Tyler, as the team from Bogata fell to Kerens 14-0 in the second game of their area round series.
The Rivercrest Rebels entered the playoffs as a fourth seed, and matched up against a top-seeded Alba-Golden squad. They weren’t intimidated, however, and pulled off an upset victory in Game 1 by a 4-2 score.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels had a hard time against Kerens in the first game of their area round matchup, falling 11-0.
With just a handful of games left in the regular season, the Rivercrest Rebels were on the outside of the playoffs looking in, with slim chances to make the postseason. Now, they find themselves in the playoffs after a pair of must-win victories, including a 6-2 tiebreaker win over Linden-Ki…
The Rivercrest Rebels’ tenuous playoff hopes were dependent on a win Saturday against the Maud Cardinals, and with everything on the line, the Rebels delivered, winning 8-7 in dramatic fashion.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels had a big day at the plate, scoring in all but one inning and racking up 15 total hits in their playoff softball game against the Bowie Lady Pirates on Thursday. For their efforts, the Lady Rebs are bi-district champions, coming away with an 11-7 victory.
Paris Wildcat Jaelyn Lee was crowned area champ in the long jump and set a school record in the high jump, and he was just one of several Red River Valley athletes to have a strong showing at the area track meet this past week.
In a meeting between two Red River Valley schools, the Detroit Eagles found themselves incapable of keeping up with the red-hot hitting of the Rivercrest Rebels, and the Rebs ultimately came away with a 16-4 win.