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Bishop Lynch High School recently inducted three new members into its Sports Honor Roll, which honors BLHS alums who contributed to the athletic success at Bishop Lynch and after graduation.

The three newest inductees — Regan Hood Scott ’01, Russell Lewis ’96 and Terri Clopton Reinhard ’89 — were recognized during a pregame ceremony at Roffino Stadium on Friday, prior to the Friars’ homecoming football game against John Paul II.

Regan Hood Scott, Class of 2001

Regan Hood Scott was a three-time All-District and All-State performer in the Lady Friars volleyball program, earning District Offensive Player of the Year recognition in 2000.

Regan attended LSU and received 2nd Team All-SEC honors during her junior season of 2003, when she became just the fourth player in LSU history to lead the Tigers in kills, blocks and hitting percentage in the same season. Regan finished her career ranked 11thin kills and became just the 13th player in LSU history to record 1,000 career kills.

Regan went on to compete for the US National Team in the 2011 Pan American Games, the 2013 World Grand Prix and the 2014 Pan American Cup. Her professional career has taken her to The Netherlands, Spain, France, Azerbaijan, Romania and Turkey, where she currently plays for a team in Istanbul.

Russell Lewis, Class of 1996

Russell Lewis, a two-time All-District and All-State athlete, set long-standing BLHS records for RBIs (53) and triples (6). In his senior year at Northwood University, he was honored as Regional Player of the Year, Conference MVP, All-Conference, All-American and Triple Crown winner.

Russell played two years of minor league baseball with the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals as a utility infielder and outfielder before assuming a coaching position at McKinney North High School.

Lewis has coached baseball for more than 13 years, including five years at the select level. He is currently working for McKinney ISD as a teacher and coach.

Terri Clopton Reinhard, Class of 1989

Terri Clopton Reinhard was a two-time All-District and All-State performer as a member of Andy Zihlman’s Lady Friars basketball team, she was also the Most Valuable Player of the 1989 TCIL State Basketball Tournament while leading the team to the state championship.

In addition to her work on the hardwood, Terri was also a state champion golfer in 1988 and again in 1989. She earned a scholarship to Texas A&M University and lettered all four years on the Texas A&M Women’s Golf Team.

Terri is currently the marketing director for TPC Craig Ranch, a PGA Tour golf club, and owns a residential and commercial real estate business with her husband, Jeff.

For more information about the Bishop Lynch High School Sports Honor Roll, please contact Kristin Mannari, Communications Director, at 888-835-3607, or by email at Kristin.mannari@bishoplynch.org.
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