The Big Bend Sentinel reports that the drugs were found in the cargo hold of a Van Horn I.S.D. bus that was transporting athletes from a basketball game in Presidio to Van Horn on the night of November 19th.
The bus driver and a coach reportedly found the duffel bags in the cargo hold of the bus when they tried to put another item in that space during a stop at a Stripes Convenience Store in Marfa.
The black duffel bags were reportedly loaded with an unknown amount of marijuana.
Van Horn coaches -- who claimed that the bags didn't belong to anyone on the team -- told a Border Patrol agent who was fueling his patrol car nearby about the duffel bags.
The Border Patrol agent then called the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Presidio County Sheriff's Office to the scene.
Law enforcement agents reportedly seized the drugs from the cargo hold of the bus.
The bus later got an escort back to Van Horn from officials from the Presidio and Culberson County Sheriff's Offices.
No arrests have been made in the case.