These are the five candidates for the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week award, which is based on performance from the past week.
Kamryn English scored 19 points, Kirk Killian poured in 17, and the Rivercrest Rebels coasted to a 65-16 win over New Diana over the weekend. The team never trailed.
Everything seemed to be working for the Rivercrest Rebels on Saturday, as they rode some hot shooting and some stifling defense to a 77-48 victory on the second day of the Clarksville Thanksgiving Invitational.
It was a rough outing for Rivercrest, who suffered stagnation at both ends of the court, falling to the Hooks Hornets 72-49 in their opening game of the Clarksville Thanksgiving Invitational.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels and Detroit Lady Eagles had terrific seasons on the volleyball court this season, and both were well-represented in district honors.
Chisum’s Harmony Marsh recorded a triple double, Peyton Holland added some electric scoring, and the Lady Mustangs downed Rivercrest 61-33 on Monday.
Playing their first basketball game of the season, it took the Rivercrest Rebels some time to find their footing defensively on Friday evening. The offense had no such hiccups, though, and the team quickly pulled away from the Callisburg Pirates for a dominating 96-53 win.
The Rivercrest Lady Warriors were in complete control Thursday against the Fannindel Lady Falcons, easily dispatching them in a 55-6 rout.
Last year, the Rivercrest Rebels were among the best 2A basketball teams in the entire state of Texas. And though that squad featured a senior class that played a large part in their success, this year’s Rebels look to once again be amongst the top echelon of teams.
While it might not appear it on paper, last season was something of a remarkable one for the Rivercrest Lady Rebels, as the young team defied expectations and grew tremendously over the course of the year. As the team heads into the 2021-22 season, they hope to continue on that upward trajec…
With football ending for the Clarksville Blue Tigers last Friday night, the school — along with others throughout the Red River Valley — is turning its attentions to the nascent 2021-22 basketball season. And this year, the Tigers are kicking off the basketball season in style with the inaug…
The Red River Valley is home to some truly impressive football on the gridiron. But if you look towards the sideline during any Friday night football game, you’ll find athletes who are just as impressive: the cheerleaders. And for Rivercrest Lady Rebel Caylin Williams, she was impressive eno…
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels tipped off their 2021-22 basketball season on a high note on Thursday, downing the Paris Home School Lady Warriors in the first game of the season.
With both the Honey Grove Warriors and Rivercrest Rebels already eliminated from postseason contention, both teams were looking to simply end the season on a high note when they faced off Friday at Warrior Field. And though it didn’t come easily, it was ultimately the Rebels who were able to…
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels volleyball team came out of the gate firing on all cylinders in their bi-district matchup against the Cumby Lady Trojans. They were unable to maintain their momentum, however, as Cumby pulled away to down the Lady Rebs in straight sets, and Rivercrest fell 23-25, 9…
On Friday, the volleyball regular season came to a close with a pair of tiebreaker games, and now six Red River Valley squads turns their eyes towards the playoffs.
The Rivercrest Rebels played a gem of a game defensively on Friday against Alba-Golden, but they came up short by a single point in a heartbreaking 15-14 loss.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels downed Linden-Kildare without much trouble on Friday, winning in straight sets, 25-16, 25-17, 25-10.