SAN BENITO — Sharyland Pioneer defeated Mission Veterans Memorial 4-0 Saturday to win the annual San Benito Dog Pound Girls Soccer Tournament.
SAN BENITO — The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons are building a foundation for the future as they begin their second season of UIL girls soccer.
The Harlingen High Lady Cardinals scored early and often. The 19 points they netted during the first quarter would be a precursor to how the remainder of their 68-44 road victory against the Hanna Lady Golden Eagles would look.
It appears the majority of boys teams in District 32-6A are going into the start of district competition with momentum.
It’s unlikely Brownsville has ever seen the likes of a goal-scoring soccer player such as Rivera’s Yesenia Ortiz, at least at the high school level.
The St. Joseph Academy Bloodhounds are ranked No. 19 in the weekly Texas Association of Basketball Coaches top 25 poll for large private schools.
For the Hanna Lady Golden Eagles, defense has been the catalyst for their play of late.
It came down to the final seconds, but the Brownsville Veterans Memorial Chargers survived Harlingen South after a late rally by the Hawks fell short.
Brownsville Veterans Memorial got its offense going early and used its defense late to seal it.
With the start of play in their respective districts just one week away, Brownsville Veterans Memorial and Sharyland High were looking for strong showings during Tuesday’s non-conference match at the Chargers’ field.
The McAllen Memorial Lady Mustangs beat the Hanna Lady Golden Eagles 2-0 in a non-district game Tuesday in McAllen.
They’re relatively young, they’re hungry and they’re Brownsville ISD girls soccer tournament champions.
Second-half adjustments by the No. 21 St. Joseph Academy Bloodhounds allowed them to start TAPPS district play on the right foot.
Despite the struggles of a young team, St. Joseph Academy showed composure when it was needed.
In the end, two champions were better than one at the 33rd annual Brownsville ISD Boys Soccer Tournament.
As Hanna's first-year coach, Jose Morales is one of several new faces on the Lady Golden Eagles soccer team this season.
The Hanna Golden Eagles waited until the last possible moment before they poured on the points.
Hanna needed a little help for a sputtering offense.
The Lopez Lobos have a way of producing solid soccer teams on a yearly basis, regardless of who the players might be on their roster.
With the District 32-6A swimming & diving meet two weeks away in Harlingen, Los Fresnos is doing its best to find time in the pool.
The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons haven’t played a complete game this season.