Bryan Ramos

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Corpus born, Valley raised. Edinburg High & UTRGV grad covering RGV 5A football, RGV boys hoops, RGV baseball & UTRGV baseball.

Mission Veterans, Rio Grande City ready to roll in Game of the Week

MISSION — The two-time defending district champion Mission Veterans Patriots are no strangers to big games. Head coach David Gilpin knows every week there’s...

UTRGV falls in home opener

EDINBURG — Before its home opener Tuesday night, the UTRGV volleyball team saw its 2018 Western Athletic Conference championship banner unveiled in front of...

Patriots, Rattlers to clash in The Monitor’s Game of the Week

While other football teams across the Rio Grande Valley are closing out non-district play or on byes in Week 4, the 10 teams take...

The RGVSports.com Top 10 Poll

RGVSPORTS.COM TOP 10 The following are the teams in the RGVSports.com top 10 poll, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points based on 10...

Diamondbacks dominant in win over Mission High

MISSION — After two weeks, the Mission High Eagles had outscored opponents by a combined score of 92-8. But on Friday night, they ran into...

Cardiac Cats come through in the clutch

EDINBURG — The Cardiac Cats did it again. For the second consecutive week, Edinburg High used a strong fourth quarter to pull off a 20-14...

Rio Grande City Rattlers ready for next challenge

RIO GRANDE CITY — The Rattlers put on a show in Week 1 as Rio Grande City emerged victorious in “The Starr County Super...

Big plays lift PSJA Southwest over Donna High

  PHARR — Cesar Bocanegra moved in motion from left to right, handled a toss from quarterback Ramiro Ramirez and proceeded to dance his way...

Reloaded: Patriots ready to carry the torch

MISSION — Mission Veterans and Mr. Texas Football 2018 Landry Gilpin captivated South Texas football fans last year as the Patriots became the first...

Weslaco’s Brandon Figueroa victorious in title defense

Weslaco's Brandon Lee Figueroa delivered on his promise to put on a show for Rio Grande Valley fight fans. He also called his shot, a fourth-round finish, which he followed through on after a flurry of right hands to Javier Chacon’s head and body that sent Chacon to the canvas and Figueroa retained his WBA interim super bantamweight world championship Saturday night at Bert Ogden Arena.