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Boys Soccer Stays Unbeaten against Reagan

Lanier Boys Soccer produced an emphatic 5-0 victory over Reagan in the district opener for both teams. The Blue Raiders spent most of the first half bunkered in their own half with 10 defenders behind the ball, and Lanier dominated the ball enjoying 68% possession. Early chances fell to Luis Lopez and Mario Gomez before

Vikings Bring Home a Trophy

This past weekend the Lanier Wrestling team competed in the McCallum Duals and Girls Wrestling Tournament. The Viking Boys competed in a mixed dual format as they paired up with other teams to get individual matches.  Roderick Ellison was sat out after his first match in which he was winning, but was unable to continue

Lady Viks Shine On Sr. Night Defeat Reagan 59-14

The Lady Viks moved up to 5-2 in district play after a big senior night win, beating Reagan 59-14. All five seniors came to play last night and commanded the win from the first tip to the last whistle. Lady Viking player of the game Kadasia Duirden stole the show with 15 points, 7 assists,

Girls Soccer Early Season Highlights

The Lady Viking Soccer Team has kicked off the season with some very impressive goals, saves and tackles.  In a preseason filled with multiple season ending injuries to key players, the ladies have fought hard and battled tough competition in each game.  Below is a link to some highlights from our early season games featuring

Lady Viks Impress With Huge Win Over Ann Richards

The Lady Viking basketball team took down Ann Richards in a non-conference game this past Friday 70-27. Ann Richards had no answer for the two double-doubles posted by Erica Coleman (29 points, 10 Assists) and E’Jhana King (16 points, 16 Rebounds). As if this duo wasn’t enough Kadasia Duirden also chipped in double digit scoring

Boys Soccer Still Unbeaten

Boys Soccer had a huge weekend winning all three of their matches at the UT Club Soccer Tournament. The team showed class and heart in pulling off wins over strong programs from Weiss, Sulphur Springs, and Cedar Creek by a combined score of 12-3. This group has maturely dealt with adversity and injuries to important