FCCLA Dodgeball Tournament Stirs Crowd Off Their Seats

Daxid X Ontiveros, Reporter

May 11, 2012

Filed under Sports, Student Life

The FCCLA Dodgeball tournament had fans flying out of their bleachers supporting the various team. The tournament was held on Thursday after school and Friday during 8th period. The teams minimized from Thursday to a competitive bunch of 8 teams on Friday's "Playoffs". The teams in the Playoffs were "Balls of Steel", "The...

The Big Win: Girl’s Soccer Advances Second Round of Playoffs.

Adziko N. Tsatenawa, Reporter

April 4, 2012

Filed under Sports

The girl's varsity soccer team took the field on Tuesday night's playoff game against Del Rio in  Laredo. With a score of 2-1. The team will be proceeding to round two of playoffs against tonight's winner(Edinburg North - Hannah, Brownsville). This is not the first year they've played Del Rio in round-one of the playoffs. They've...

Lin-Sanity

Christian Williams, Reporter

February 26, 2012

Filed under Sports

In the course of one's life, we will all "hit a hurdle" and taste dirt, some may periodically keep hitting the same hurdle until the solution sticks to mind, while some will walk away breathless. These afflictions overcrowd our mental ego and we quit. We ponder the purpose of our intentions and we forsake the value of the talent...

Waves of Blue

Waves of Blue

February 11, 2012

Waves of blue, painted studs flood the bleachers along with the rest of the party, armed with cans of...

Kicking Off To a Great Start

February 4, 2012

Filed under Sports

For several years now the Varsity girls soccer team has been defeated by our neighbor school, McHi. This year the girls stepped it up and beat them one to nothing, being the first game in district the girls have started off on the right foot. “I feel that these girls have learned that it takes hard work on a consistent...

2012 Track Season

Christian Williams

January 26, 2012

Filed under Sports

It is one of the sports that require pure determination; running in circles over and over. Track season is here again to say hello. The sport that can put you in shape for just about any activity you desire. Its designed to feast on your muscles giving you maximum pain. Don't lose hope, the pain is worth it when colleges see...

Paterno’s Death Affects Students

Christopher Andrade, Sports Writer

January 26, 2012

Filed under Sports

When you think of top 3 most iconic coaches in sports of all time, you think of Phil Jackson, former Lakers' head coach, John Madden, hall of fame football coach and announcer, then Joe Paterno, former Penn State head coach of 46 seasons. January 22, 2012 was the day that Joseph Vincent Paterno died at the age of 85 due to...

Upcoming Tennis Season

David Ontiveros, Reporter

November 5, 2011

Filed under News, Sports

With the new six weeks coming in and fall breaking through the valley, the official tennis season is about to begin. Official Junior Varsity and freshmen tournaments start this Friday and Varsity soon after. Countless hours of work put into all teams and it obviously shows. “ We have a great set of players and they improve...

Playoff Hopes

November 4, 2011

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Just one more game is needed for the Mustangs to have a perfect season but in order to remain undefeated, they must first beat the Palmview Lobos. On paper, this game has all the makings of being a blowout so not many people are expecting Palmview to win. Therefore, the fans are already looking towards the playoffs but the...

Varsity Cross Country Comes to a Close

David X Ontiveros

October 30, 2011

Filed under News, Sports

After the many early and rigorous meets, Varsity Cross-Country ended up 7th place in district, a rough season but a definite change in the game. Cross Country is improving and developing. “We are learning to work harder and get stronger,” key varsity player Xavier Jimenez (10) said. Varsity Cross Country has finished ...

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