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Reagan rattles Mac gallery
The Brahmas lost to Reagan 45-20, last Friday Oct. 24. (More)
Reagan rattles Mac
Carrying over the momentum from last week’s win, the team faced the (7-1 W-L) Reagan Rattlers at Comalander Stadium Oct. 24. Reagan scored early and capitalized on three Mac turnovers. The Brahmas ended up losing 45-20, dropping their record to 2-2 i (More)
Volleyball knocked out of playoff chase
Mallory Potts (10) leaps to block a Reagan players\' hit.Photo by Jacob Dukes Wi (More)
Intense rivalry sets aside differences to help out the community
Payton Gentry|staff writer Over the years, Johnson’s and Reagan’s rivalry as increased. It’s always a big deal when the Jags play Reagan in any sport or competition. This year the rivalry is doing good for the community.The Jags and the Rattlers are (More)
Jags prepare for arch rival
by Mac Paquette | sports editor The Johnson Jags look to take revenge over their arch-rival, the Reagan Rattlers this Saturday at 7 at Comalander stadium.  This will be the Jags second district game, as they are coming off a 16-10 victory over the L (More)
Boys Hand RRHS First District Loss
A 2-0 victory for the boys soccer team Fri. Feb. 14 resulted in Reagan\'s first district loss since 2010. The known rivalry between the schools made for a very exciting match on the field. After a scoreless first half, Ricardo Flores, 12, broke aw (More)
Johnson football tops rival Reagan on journey to final four
by Matt McGouran | sports writer  In the sixth year of school history, the Johnson football team played in the state semi-finals for the first time. Coming into the season with no playoff wins, no one expected the Jags to make it past the first ro (More)
Soccer Defeats Reagan Advances to Regional Semifinals
John McLeod (12) fighting for the offensive ball. Mixed emotions were left on Blossom Ath (More)
Fincke Cup-in Jag control this year
by Nicholas Casarez| sports editor Johnson girls' soccer won 4-0, helping Johnson claim the trophy over t (More)
Boys baksetball looks to rebound after rough start to season
Junior shooting guard, Caleb Davis looks for an open shot against Sam Houston defender.by Michael (More)
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