On that same paper, so do McHi and PSJA. There are probably some other teams that look pretty darn good on paper. But the game is played on the diamond.
McALLEN — Brianna Quesada had just 5.8 seconds to get off a shot. She actually took it a bit early, but that didn’t matter because the halfcourt heave just before
Edinburg Vela’s Roberto Silva wreslte against and opponend from McAllenRowe during the district championships at La Joya High
Mcallen Rowe’s Daniela Diaz wrestles McAllen Memorial’s Maria Saenz during the district championships at La Joya High.
Edinburg Vela’s Robero Silva wrestle during the District 15-6A wrestling match at La Joya High School.
McAllen Rowe’s Petey Lozano wrestles in the semifinals against and opponents from La Joya Juarez-Lincoln.
Around the country, especially in Midwest states, wrestlers are known as athletes “of a different breed.” In places like the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference, there are light shows and hot
A Valley View player and Brownsville Lopez player collide on the sideline duringtheir game earlier this year at Valley View.
A Valley View player celebrates after scoring the second goal of the game in a 6-1 win over Brownsville Lopez
PHARR – If nobody was sure through the first part of the soccer season who the top boys team in the Valley is this year, there’s not much doubt. It’s
Donna North has started its preseason strong and is expected to compete for the district title in 31-6A.
Despite moving up from Class 5A to 6A, Donna North will compete for the district championship this year.
The McHi Bulldogs are still the favorite in District 30-6A after becoming the first girls team in the Valley last year to advance to the state tournament.
While the McAllen High girls soccer team eyes a second straight trip to the state tournament, the fact that they won the 2018 Class 6A Region IV Tournament and advanced