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ALL-DISTRICT SELECTIONS -- With the elimination of the Christoval Lady Cougars from the State 2A Playoffs last Friday, the All-District selections for District 7-2A have been made public. …

BI-DISTRICT CHAMPIONS The Eldorado Eagles basketball team defeated the Roscoe Plowboys 51-42 to claim the Bi-District Championship on Tuesday evening, February 20th at San Angelo Central’s …

EHS powerlifters participated in the Eldorado Invitational Meet on Saturday, February 10, 2024 in Eagle Gym. When the meet was over, Coach Christopher Castleman handed out a fistful of medals to the EHS girls and boys teams.

Eldorado High School athletes will be spending a bit more time on the road next season thanks to the University Interscholastic League’s (UIL) biennial realignment which was announced on Friday, February 1, 2024.

The EHS powerlifting teams competed Saturday, January 20th in the Fort Stockton Prowler Invitational Powerlifting Meet.

ELDORADO ALL-STARS – Three Eldorado Eagles have been selected to represent Eldorado this summer in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Festival in San Angelo and Abilene. They include (L-R) …

The Eldorado Lady Eagles powerlifting team came away once again with a championship plaque at the Colorado City Invitational on Saturday, January 13th.

Eldorado High School powerlifters competed on Saturday, January 6th at the Steer Invitational Powerlifting Meet in Big Spring.

Six members of the 2023 EHS womens powerlifting team received their State Championship rings on Friday, December 15th, during a ceremony held in Eagle Gym.

5-2A ALL-DISTRICT HONORS -- The list of post-season honors for District 5-2A were released following Wink’s loss to Muenster on Friday. Thirteen Eldorado Eagles claimed 24 spots on the …

EHS senior Logan Prater signed a national letter of intent on Wednesday, November 8th, indicating she plans to join the track and field program at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, following her high school graduation next spring.

The Eldorado Eagles drew the short straw and found themselves facing the Albany Lions on Thursday, November 16th, in the opening round of the State 2A Playoffs. It wasn’t a pretty sight for Eagles fans as the defending State champs ran over, around and through Eldorado’s defense on a wet and cold night at Wolf Stadium in Colorado City.

The Eldorado/Sonora Oilers YMCA football team were able to live the dream of every young Texas football player on Sunday, November 5th, when they played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, on the very …

EHS Cross County Coach Kelsey Fillmon’s vision for Eldorado’s Cross Country program came closer to reality on Saturday, November 4th, when the EHS boys team competed together at the State Cross Country Meet in Round Rock. And, there was a Lady Eagle running, too. That’s a far cry from where the program stood when Fillmon came to Eldorado from McCamey in 2020 when there were two competing on the EHS boys team.

By the time the final buzzer sounded, the Eldorado Eagles had not only lost a 27-20 heart-breaker to Iraan, but three Eagle starters, all of them seniors, had been sidelined due to injury.

The Eldorado Middle School Eagles football team closed out its 2023 season with a loss to the Iraan Braves on Thursday, October 26th. The team ends the season with a 6-1-1 record.

Cross Country Coach Kelsey Fillmon’s many hours of coaching this year’s cross county teams have paid off as the Eagles boys team is advancing to the State UIL Cross Country Meet in Round Rock on November 4th. The EHS boys team placed fourth at the UIL Region I Meet to qualify for State.

The Eldorado Eagles took the ball away from Sterling City four times on Friday, October 20th as they cruised to a 24-0 victory on Sterling City’s home field.

McCamey Badger junior wide out Edgar Quinonez drove a dagger through the hearts of Eagle fans on Friday, October 13th, as he scored the game winner from 41 yards out with no time left on the clock.

Eldorado Middle School cross country runners compete October 11th at the District 7-2A Cross Country Meet in Christoval. The Eagles’ eighth grade boys team placed third in the meet while the seventh grade girls team placed fourth.

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