Thursday, December 3, 2015 7:30 PM Regis High School AWAY 66 McDonell Central Catholic HOME 56 Game Recap Shae Brey collected her 1,000 point tonight in the girls victory. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Regis 30 36 – – McDonell Central Catholic 20 36 – –
Ramblers News · Regis athletes sign National Letters of Intent
On November 11, 2015, three Regis High School athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to play at the college level. Shae Brey (Basketball) is headed to Butler University, Kayla Neff (Track & Field) will attend South Dakota State University and Logan Rohrscheib (Basketball) has committed to the University of Minnesota Duluth. Congratulations!
Multiple Teams · 2015 Season Recap: Volleyball
I want to thank the Regis community for all your support of the Girls Volleyball team this past season. We are proud of our 33-9 record and making it to the WIAA State Volleyball Tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay. Regis headed into the State Tournament after 5 consecutive 3-set sweeps against Durand,
Girls Varsity Golf · Golfers earn academic honors
Several area girls golfers were announced as Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin academic all-state honorees for maintaining GPAs of at least 3.25, participating in at least 75 percent of varsity matches and being sophomores or older. Earning academic honors at Regis High School were Grace Gobler, Megan Pokrandt, Katie Wallace and Julia Szepieniec.
Multiple Teams · 2015 Season Recap: Football
The Regis Football team finished the 2015 season 8-3 and placed 3rd in the Cloverbelt Conference. In the Division 6 playoffs, the team beat Chetek-Weyerhauser and lost to Grantsburg. Coach Brenner says he enjoyed working with this great group of players!
Girls Middle School Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · 2015 Season Recap: Girls Tennis
The Regis Girls Tennis team had another successful season going 18-3 on the year. The team placed 2nd at sectionals and finished with a regular season ranking of #6 in Division 2. Lauren Clark and Katie Hayes competed at individual state for singles and Kate Seyer and Taylor Johnson for doubles. Katie Hayes and the
Ramblers News · 2015 Season Recap: Cross Country
The Regis Boys and Girls Cross Country teams showed great effort and improvement throughout the season. The biggest highlight was the Regis Girls winning the Cloverbelt Conference title in an upset over Fall Creek. The Boys finished 9th our of 14 teams. At the WIAA Sectional, the Girls took 5th and the Boys 16th out
Boys Varsity Soccer · 2015 Season Recap: Boys Soccer
The McDonell-Regis Soccer team finished the season with a record of 15-5-4 after playing the toughest schedule the team had in ten years! The team won the Mid-State Soccer Conference title, going 10-0-2 and beating the number one seed to open the playoffs, later losing to Barron. All-Conference Team members included Adam Erickson and Mike
Girls Varsity Golf · 2015 Season Recap: Girls Golf
The 2015 Regis Girls Golf team swung their way through a fun and accomplished season. The team consisted of five Varsity and three JV players this year. The hardworking Ramblers finished in the top 3 spots consecutively throughout conference meets all season long. Senior Julia Szepieniec finished 1st All-Conference and senior Megan Pokrandt finished 2nd
Boys Junior Varsity Hockey, Boys Varsity Hockey · RAM Hockey unveils new logo
The RAM Boys High School Hockey team is unveiling its new logo, which features elements representing each participating school. This new co-op team, made up of Regis High School, Altoona High School and McDonell High School, will expand playing opportunities for high school athletes, as it will allow coaches to field a Junior Varsity team.