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The ultimate goal has always been clear.
Hanna goalkeeper Valeria Perez knew exactly what collegiate program she wanted to be at after her high school career was all said and done.
Fresh off of a regional championship, the Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are headed back to the state meet, the capper to a memorable season for coach Jaime Perez’s team.
Throughout the years, the names and faces change, but the expectations for the Los Fresnos Falcons are as perennial as a paper daisy.
Golf has been Fahtima Avila’s game since age 4, and it will continue to be in college.
Every successful team needs a captain, a spiritual mentor and a coach.
The St. Joseph Academy soccer team is eager to advance deep into the TAPPS playoffs, just like the school’s teams did in 2015 and 2016.
With district play coming to an end on Tuesday night, the surviving boy’s basketball teams now turn their sights to the bi-district playoffs, which kickoff this Monday and Tuesday.
It wasn’t pretty, but Nayeli Garcia pitched a complete game in her first start in the circle, and the Rio Hondo Lady Bobcats escaped with an 11-7 win over Brownsville Lopez on Tuesday night.
LOS FRESNOS — Before the high school basketball season tipped off, the Los Fresnos Falcons weren't an odds-on favorite to hoist another District 32-6A championship trophy.
LOS FRESNOS — The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are the new leaders of the District 32-6A girls soccer race.
Nico Alvarez finds himself in quite an elite position as he prepares for this week’s UIL state swimming & diving meet in Austin.
Nothing gives Brownsville featherweight Johnny “Blaze” Tapia more satisfaction than fighting in front of his hometown fans.
SAN BENITO — Under first-year coach Denise Lira, the San Benito Lady Greyhounds went 13-1 in arguably the toughest district in the Rio Grande Valley, 32-6A, and marched their way to the Sweet 16 for the first time since the 2015 season.
For much of the match, it looked like Porter's night.
After entering the fourth quarter trailing the Brownsville Veterans Memorial Chargers by 10 points, the Pace Vikings eventually found themselves down three with 8.2 seconds to go.
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Brownsville police and Santa Claus went around Brownsville on Friday collecting toys that will be given away this weekend to needy children.
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FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — Forgoing combat rifles and body armor, 500 U.S. troops preparing to fight Ebola in Liberia were instead stepping gingerly Thursday into white germ-proof suits and pulling on thick, blue rubber gloves and gas masks during three days of infectious disease training on Texas' sprawling Fort Hood
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