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Reagan Roy

Reagan Roy is RedEye's Multimedia Editor and a senior at Manual High School. He has high hopes to attend the United States Air Force Academy next year. He enjoys playing lacrosse, watching football with friends and sitting down to read non-fiction books.

OPINION: Students could benefit from ‘life skills’ course

Offering a 'life skills' course would teach students useful skills such as how to deal with prejudice and how to effectively manage conflict.

Controversial Confederate memorial to be relocated

U of L President James Ramsey and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced the decision at a press conference Friday morning.

OPINION: Does baseball remain America’s pastime?

In this point/counterpoint-style opinion piece, RedEye staff members Sasank Vishnubhatla and Reagan Roy debate whether or not baseball remains America's primary pastime.

Lady Crimsons advance to the state tournament

Lady Crimsons show they are the best team in Region 7 as they move on to the state tournament.

CSPN Gameday show: Male/Manual basketball

Check out the full broadcast of R.A.M Sports Talk's second ever live CSPN Gameday show previewing the Male/Manual girls' and boys' basketball games.

Lady Crimsons bite the bullet against Male

After a hot start to tonight's last regular season girls' basketball game, the Lady Crimsons quickly lost key momentum, ultimately leading to their 55-44 loss.

RedEye’s comprehensive Valentine’s Day date guide

Whether you're interested in food, culture or adventure, RedEye's comprehensive Valentine's Day date guide can help you make your last minute weekend plans.

Lady Crimsons square off with Mercer County in LIT quarterfinals

Though the Lady Crimsons lost the hard-fought game 70-67, the face-off against third-ranked Mercer County afforded some of Manual's bench players the opportunity to shine.

Lady Crimsons sneak past Sacred Heart in first round of LIT

Sacred Heart gave Manual a run for their money in the first round of the Louisville Invitational Tournament, though the Lady Crimsons ultimately pulled off a narrow 56-53 win.

Lady Crimsons trump Shawnee, look forward to Louisville Invitational Tournament

The girls' basketball team rolled over Shawnee 62-17, with players on both sides of the floor working in tandem particularly well.