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Staying Alive: Donna ekes out nailbiter against Mercedes

DONNA — With valuable seconds ticking away in a contest with the atmosphere and intensity of a playoff game, Donna High desperately needed a...

McHi, Rowe to battle for final 30-6A playoff spot

McALLEN — As basketball season across the Rio Grande Valley nears its end, many teams know where they stand and where they’re headed as...

Speights inks letter of intent with Navy

McALLEN — In front of a standing-room-only crowd surrounded by family, friends and teammates, McAllen Memorial senior Campbell Speights inked his national letter of...

Juarez-Lincoln beats out Edinburg High, La Joya for district crown

McALLEN — The La Joya Juarez-Lincoln Huskies pieced together a dominant team performance en route to capturing their second straight District 15-6A wrestling title...

Edinburg North girls repeat with 15-6A wrestling title

McALLEN — For the second consecutive year, the Edinburg North Cougar girls dominated their competition and captured a district championship at the District 15-6A...

McAllen ISD makes jump to 5A

After months of speculation, McAllen ISD’s three flagship high schools — McAllen High, McAllen Memorial and McAllen Rowe — officially began their transition to 5A when the University Interscholastic League revealed new district realignments for the 2020-22 school years Monday morning at the Harlingen CISD Aquatics Center. The Bulldogs, Mustangs and Warriors will transition from District 30-6A to District 16-5A DI in football and District 31-5A in basketball and volleyball for the start of the next school year. McHi, Memorial and Rowe all came in narrowly under the new cutoff numbers established by the UIL for this most recent round of realignment. The UIL raised the cutoff for Class 6A schools to enrollments of 2,220 students or more, putting the three McAllen schools within 100 students each of meeting that threshold. Read the full story at themonitor.com

McAllen ISD makes jump to 5A in UIL realignment

After months of speculation, McAllen ISD’s three flagship high schools — McAllen High, McAllen Memorial and McAllen Rowe — officially began their transition to...

Hidalgo, Weslaco among Valley teams ascending in TGCA poll

AUSTIN — Brownsville Veterans, Hidalgo and Weslaco High were among the four Rio Grande Valley basketball teams that gained traction in the latest edition...

UTRGV notches comeback win over CSU Bakersfield

EDINBURG — With his team trailing in the second half, UTRGV freshman wing Quinton Johnson batted away a pass and picked up the loose...

Pioneer holds off Mission Vets’ comeback bid

MISSION — In the waning moments of the fourth quarter with the game clock frozen in time, Sharyland Pioneer’s Carly Hornaday took a deep...