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Coach William Robledo was named this week as Schleicher County ISD’s athletic director, succeeding Chad Tutle, who resigned at the end of the school year.

The EHS 2024 Athletic Awards Banquet was held on Monday evening, May 13th, in the Eagle Gym. Athletic Director Chad Tutle emceed the event, which is hosted each year by the Eldorado Eagles Athletic Booster Club.

The final edition of the Shannon Harber Relays were held Friday, May 10th at Larry Mitchel Stadium. Beginning next year, the elementary track meet will be called the Mitchel-Parker Relays in honor of long-time teachers Randy Mitchel and Joella Parker.

Logan Prater, Eldorado’s track & field phenom, ended her high school career with a bang on Friday, May 3rd at the State Track & Field Championships in Austin. If you were expecting anything else then you haven’t been paying attention.

To say that everything went Eldorado’s way on Friday, April 26th, would be an understatement as they hosted Christoval for the final baseball game of the 2024 regular season.

Logan Prater will represent Eldorado High School at the UIL State Track Meet for the fourth consecutive year. She will be competing in the Long Jump and the Triple Jump despite the fact that she has been injured throughout the 2024 track season.

The Eldorado Eagles baseball team has claimed its third consecutive District 5-2A championship, even though there is one game remaining in the district schedule.

Eldorado High School athletes competed in the 2A Area Track Meet in Bangs on Wednesday, April 10th. Eighteen tracksters, including a pair of alternates, will be advancing to the Regional Meet at West Texas A&M University in Canyon on April 19th - 20th.

The Eldorado Eagles suffered their first loss in 5-2A district play as they hosted the Wink Wildcats in a double header on Friday, April 12th at Eagle Field.

Eldorado High School track and field athletes competed in the District 7-2A track meet held Wednesday and Thursday, April 3rd and 4th in Sonora. Logan Prater placed first in the 100 Meter Dash, 200 …

The Eldorado Eagles baseball team swept the Ozona Lions in a home-and-home series to remain undefeated in District 5-2A. The series began on Friday, April 5th in Ozona, where the Eagles won 11-1, and concluded at Eagle Field in Eldorado on Tuesday, April 9th with an 8-2 victory.

The Eldorado Eagles baseball team swept the McCamey Badgers in a home-and-home series that began in Eldorado on Friday, March 29th and concluded in McCamey on Monday, April 1st.

The Eldorado Eagles defeated the Reagan County Owls in both ends of a home-and-home series on Friday of last week and Tuesday of this week as they continued their run through the District 5-2A schedule. They won 7-0 at Eagle Field on Friday, March 22nd then traveled to Big Lake where they defeated the Owls 11-2 on Tuesday, March 26h.

Eldorado High School varsity girls track and field athletes competed in the 65th Annual San Angelo Relays on Friday March 22 and Saturday, March 23rd. In all, there were 76 schools at the event, ranging in size from 1A-6A, making it the largest track meet in Texas.

Eldorado Middle School track and field athletes competed Thursday, March 21st in Sterling City. Individual EMS Eagle and Lady Eagle results follow below.

Alejandra Alegria, Nyomi Aranda and Mari Cruz Esparza each claimed a medal in their respective events as they led the Eldorado Lady Eagles powerlifting team to its second straight Texas High School Womens Powerlifting Association 1A-2A State Championship on March 13th in Frisco.

The Eldorado Eagles baseball traveled to Van Horn twice and outscored a pair of District 5-2A opponents 45-4 in three games. The Eagles downed the Van Horn Eagles 20-0 on their home field on February 8th. The 45-4 margin over three games might have been even more lopsided, but Van Horn forfeited the second game of a scheduled double header.

Eldorado High School participated in the Ozona Relays on March 7, 2024.

Eldorado Middle School track teams competed in Ozona on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. The eighth grade girls squad placed third as a team while the seventh grade boys, seventh grade girls, and the eighth grade boys teams each placed fourth.

The Eldorado Lady Eagles varsity powerlifting team placed first overall with 38 points at the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association 1A-2A Region 1 Division 3 Champions in Colorado City on Friday, March 1st. Coach Chris Castleman was also recognized and received a plaque acknowledging him as the winning coach in 1A-2A.

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