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Runnin’ Rebels Basketball Camp

The Runnin’ Rebels Boys Basketball Camp will be here soon! Online Registration is now available by clicking the link below. Camp Dates:  June 19th-21th Where: Lee High School Gymnasium Camp Sessions: Junior Session- Incoming 4th-6th Graders 9 AM- 12:00 PM Senior Session- Incoming 7th- 9th Graders 1:30 PM- 4:30 PM   Click Here To Register: https://form.jotform.us/jcb4600/midland-lee-boys-basketball-camp

Frenship Outlasts Rebels, 57-44

After an even first half of play, the Tigers took control of the District 2-6A contest in the  second half, holding an 8 point edge at the end of the 3rd quarter.  The Rebels would get as close as 4 points before the Frenship pulled away down the stretch, leading to a 57-44 defeat for

Rebels Top Dawgs 69-54

The District 2-6A matchup between crosstown rivals Midland High and Midland Lee had both teams searching for their first district win of the season.  Lee would take a 4 point lead into the half but come out on fire in the third quarter, pushing their lead up to 20 points.  The Bulldogs would make a

Lee Boys Drop District Opener to OHS, 77-74

Midland Lee hosted the Odessa Bronchos in the District 2-6A opener at Chap Center Friday night.  The game was knotted at 39 after two quarters of play, and Lee held a 58-48 lead in the 4th.  OHS heated up and outscored the Runnin’ Rebels in the final frame, leading to a 77-74 Broncho victory.

Lake View Outlasts Rebels, 54-50

In Lee’s final non-district contest, easy baskets were difficult to come by.  The Rebels twice battled back from 13 and 8 point deficits to tie the game.  The Rebels were down two with 11 seconds left and the Chiefs had one more defensive stop left in them, as the Lake View defender stole the ball

Lee Mounts 4th Quarter Comeback at Lamesa, 63-58

Down 7 entering the 4th quarter, the Runnin’ Rebs used a 20-9 run to end the game 63-58. This is Lee’s third straight win an 5th in last 7th game. Next games will be at Byron Johnston Tournament Dec 28-30.

Lee takes 2nd Saturday Game Vs. Monahans 54-37

After defeating Lubbock High Saturday morning, the Runnin’ Rebels took the afternoon contest as well, 54-37 over the Monahans Loboes. Lee travels to Lamesa Monday evening to play the Golden Tors at 7:30pm

Abilene Outlasts Rebels 59-52 at CatClaw

The Abilene Eagles used an 18 point fourth quarter flurry to hold off the Runnin’ Rebels, 59-52.  Lee will face Lubbock High at 9:00am Saturday morning at Wylie High School (gym 2).