A starter on the softball team since her freshman year, senior Ciara Sheppard is spearheading Midland Lee towards a playoff berth and more in her final year as a Lady Rebel.
Softball highlights and scores from your 2-5A Permian Basin teams
The documentary takes a look at the historic run made by the Lee Rebel football program in the late 1990's.
Girls high school basketball playoffs recap from 2/11/14
Deonna Calhoun and Darius Strambler both signed to continue their soccer careers at the next level.
The Midland Lee Lady Rebels sit tied for first place in district play, and a big reason why is the play of junior point guard Daija Stanford.
All four permian basin 5A teams were in action on Tuesday night, who would come away with victories?
The Lady Rebels are starting fresh in 2013, and trying to defeat the Lady Bulldogs for the first time since the 2006-07 season.
The Lady Rebels try to play spoiler in District 2-5A as the third place Coronado Lady Mustangs come to town.
San Angelo Central travels to Midland on a hot streak, and the Lady Rebels try to avoid losing their fourth straight match.
The Lee Lady Rebels travel to the Permian Fieldhouse to take on the Lady Panthers.
Midland High hosts Midland Lee in a District 2-5A volleyball match that goes five sets.
The Lady Panthers and Lady Rebels would square off in a close 5 set battle in District 2-5A.
Midland Lee hosted Abilene for the District opener in 2-5A Volleyball, who would come out on top?
Lee boys win the rubber match against MHS.
Lady Rebels win big.
Lee running back James McAfee will not play in Friday's game against San Angelo Central.
The Rebels will have to get past Permian to clinch a playoff berth on Friday.
This week, the Rebels will have to quickly forget about a tough loss to Abilene High, as they prepare for a crosstown showdown with Midland High.
It's no secret that the Tall City Classic is the biggest game of the year at Grande Communications Stadium.
Jason McAfee was unstoppable in a Lee win over Lubbock Coronado. Rebels remain undefeated in district.
Rebels enter this week coming off a bye.
This week's West Texas MVP may not be loud off the field, but he makes quite the noise on it.
The Rebels won their district opener for the first time in three years.
James McAfee leads the Rebels to a 28-20 win on the road over Abilene Cooper.
Last Friday night, it seemed as though the Lee Rebels would break the trend of Metroplex teams beating those in the Permian Basin.
Despite leading at halftime, the Rebels fall to LD Bell 30-21.
Lee will be in Hurst to face LD Bell this Friday, and they enter the contest with a 1-0 record.
Size is something the Midland Lee Rebels do not lack heading into the 2012 season.
It was a crosstown rivalry night as MHS took on Permian and Lee traveled to Odessa.
MHS, Lee and Permian all in action after having a week off.
Midland High took over sole possession of first place in district while Lee dominated Permian.
Midland and Lee are both ousted in the first round of the girls' basketball playoffs.
Athletes form Permian, MHS and Lee all signed their letters of intent on Wednesday to play college ball.
The Lady Dawgs are now undefeated in district play with a win over Lee.
The Rebels slip by Midland High with a 71-68 final.
Midland Lee linebacker Luke Stice has been named the 3-5A Defensive MVP.
The Lee Rebels fall to El Paso Cathedral at home on Tuesday night.
James Morton is ready to evaluate his entire program after missing the playoffs once again.
Odessa High fails to make the playoffs, losing to Midland Lee 31-14.
MHS wins 51st edition of the Tall City Classic.
After dropping its third straight game Lee will look to bounce back Friday against Midland High.
The Lee volleyball team beat Permian Tuesday to secure a playoff spot.
Lee falls late; drops to 0-3 as Permian clinches a playoff spot.
Progress was made last Friday for the Rebels' offense, but it wasn't enough to get the win over Abilene.
Lee drops second district game; falls to 0-2 in district.
Lady Rebels get the best of the Lady Bronchos.
Lee fell to Cooper on Friday night.
After an impressive undefeated non-district schedule the Lee Rebels feel in their first district test on Friday.
Lady Rebels beat San Angelo Central in five games.
Lee will look keep its record perfect Friday when the team travels to Abilene Cooper.
MHS Lady Dawgs hold off Lee in five games.
Rebels start slow but pull out win to improve to 5-0.
Lee's defense played a crucial role in helping the Rebels stay undefeated Friday night.
Lee fought back and held off Amarillo Friday night to improve to 4-0.
The Rebels are 3-0, and they owe it to an unstoppable offense and dominating defense.
Lee rides a big offensive performance to improve to 3-0.
Lee used a vicious ground game to run away with a victory in Week 0.
After a successful off season, the Lee Rebels are confident they can win in 2011.
Coach Morton talks about his teams big win on Friday night.