RHS teams tallied 513 points to claim the district championship. The next highest score of 384 went to Skidmore-Tynan. Other schools and their points include Taft, 186; Banquete, 154; Bloomington, 104; and Odem, 93.
The number sense, mathematics, and computer science teams all struck gold and will advance to region competition.
The number sense team members and their individual places are Daniel Loveday, first; Fletcher Wright, third; Daniel Shay, fifth; Danielle Varela, sixth.
Mathematics team winners are Daniel Shay first place; Jacob Cobb, second; Daniel Loveday, fifth; Brittney Gumm, sixth.
Computer science winners are Daniel Shay, first; Jacob Cobb, second; Fletcher Wright, third; Dylan Klare, fourth.
The science team took first with Daniel Shay, first; Jacob Cobb, third; Michael Garcia, third; Joshua Garcia, third.
The calculator application members and their individual places are Alyssa McMahan, first; Jacob Cobb, second; Stephanie Ordaz, third; Daniel Loveday, fourth.
The literary criticism team took a second place win, with Julie Wallace, first; Carolina Palomino, sixth; Taylor Bellows, eighth; Shelby Bellows, eighth.
The current issues team placed, with Jared Sternadel, first; Kyle Hendley, third; Julie Wallace, third.
The journalism team received third place.
Feature writing members and their individual places are Kristen Wise, fourth; Carolina Palomino, fifth; Ricky Solis, sixth.
In headline writing Samantha Perez placed third. Rachel Van Dyke, placed third in prose interpretation.
Ricky Solis placed fourth in editorial writing. Joshua Garcia placed fifth in news writing.
In persuasive speaking, Jace Sternadel took first place, Kristen Wise, fifth.
Cross examination debate teams include Jacob Cobb and Daniel Shay, first; Katie Bernal and Kristen Wise, second; Kyle Hendley and Jared Sternadel, third; Stephanie Ordaz and Madi Preston, fifth.
In accounting, Amber Newman placed third; and Hailey Beck, seventh.
In ready writing, Julie Wallace placed second; Jacob Cobb, third; Jace Sternadel, fourth.
Madi Preston took first place and Stephanie Ordaz, second in informative speaking.
In the Lincoln Douglas Debate Jace Sternadel seized first place.
The poetry interpretation team and their rankings are Katie Bernal, second; Madi Preston, sixth. Blaze Glocar was a participant on the social studies team.