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Congratulations to our Lady Rangers who are the first girls relay team to ever qualify for a regional track & field meet for Rudder High School. They had a strong showing at the Area Meet held this week held in Montgomery. They are also the school record holders!! With a time of 49.42, Olivia Bazy, Chasity Rayford, Shakira Johnson, and Charity Rayford will advance to Regionals in 4x100. Chasity Rayford finished 3rd and qualified for regionals in the 100m dash (Rudder school record holder). Charity Rayford finished 3rd and qualified for regionals in the 200m dash. We are so proud these exceptional ladies as well as all the Rudder Track & Field athletes who have competed strong all season! Rangers Lead the Way!...

4/17/2021

Rudder Girls Gymnastics were heading into the Regional Meet as District Champions and facing tough competitors. However, after the two-day Regional Meet hosted here at Rudder, the Rudder girls had 223.65 points to edge out Round Rock 222.75 and College Station 216.35 to come out as Regional Champions! The Rudder girls were led by sophomore Macy Fletcher who was the all-around winner. Freshman Savannah Hall was third all-around. Fletcher scored 74.8 points on all-around. She had 19.2 on the uneven bars, 18.95 in the floor, 18.9 on the balance beam and 18.75 on the vault. Hall had 73.9 points — 17.85 on the uneven bars, 18.8 on the floor, 18.75 on the balance beam and 18.5 on the vault. Others in the top 10 for individual events were Rudder’s Mykah Duncan in balance beam with 18.98 points. Hunter NeSmith scored 18.65 on the vault and Abbey Ricks scored 18.75 points on both the vault and floor exercise. We couldn't be more proud of these amazing athletes for their fierce competitive drive and the way they LEAD THE WAY as Rudder Rangers! They will compete at State on April 28 & 29 at Euless Trinity High School....

4/17/2021

Rudder Boys Gymnastics Team takes 2nd Place at Regionals! We are so excited to announce that Rudder Boys Gymnastics is Statebound! After an exciting two days of action at the Regional Meet hosted here at Rudder on April 13 and 14, our Rangers secured the 2nd place spot, earning a trip to State. The Rudder boys were led by senior Nicholas Rivera who placed second all-around. He won the parallel bars with 19.00 points. He was also 2nd place on Floor, Pommel Horse, Still Rings, Vault High Bar and in the All Around. Others that placed in the top 10 individual events were: Asher Rice Jordan Giatan Freedom Proctor Easton Carpio Ryan Stutts Top 3 teams from Regionals are advancing to the State Meet at Euless Trinity High School on April 30th & May 1st. Way to lead the way, Rangers! ...

4/17/2021

KILLEEN, Texas -- Rudder went 2 and 0 on the day in the Killeen ISD tournament. Beat Harker Heights (6A) 14-1. Trent Tompkins had the win striking out 11 while giving up 2 hits. Offensively Trent Tompkins, Logan Bosley, AJ Hernandez had good days. Chris Benavidez hit 2 home runs in the game. The first one breaking up a close game. In the second game beat Waco high (6A) 11-1. Chris Benavidez got the win striking out 9 in 3 innings. Brayton Davis finished the last 2 innings giving up zero runs. Benavidez also hit another home run in this game to give him 3 home runs on the day. Juan Martinez had a RBI triple. Logan Bosley, Tompkins, and AJ had hits and RBIs. ...

3/4/2021

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - The Rudder baseball team beat Hutto 4-2 on Friday in the Brazos Valley Invitational. The Rangers improve to 3-0 on the season. Chris Benavidez was the winning pitcher for Rudder. Brayton Davis got the save for the Rangers. Trent Tompkins went 1-2 in the game and drove in a pair of runs for Rudder. Logan Bosley went 1-3 and drove in a run. Jaice Garcia went 2-3 for the Rangers. Rudder will return to action Saturday morning to host Montgomery. First pitch is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. Copyright 2021 KBTX. All rights reserved....

2/26/2021

#OneCommunity: When Rudder Volleyball heard about the devastation the winter storm left at North Bryan New Birth Church, they sprang into action. Saturday, the student-athletes cleaned up debris & moved furniture to help the church begin its recovery process. The entire sanctuary of the church was covered in water due to busted pipes, and Rev. Sam Hill said there was not much in the church that didn't need some type of replacement or repair. As dire as the situation appears, the church's pastor said it would overcome. In fact, the church plans to continue serving others in the community through its food pantry, even as its building is repaired.

#OneCommunity: When Rudder Volleyball heard about the devastation the winter storm left at North Bryan New Birth Church,...

Posted by Bryan ISD on Monday, February 22, 2021
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2/20/2021

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