Henry Miller

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Henry Miller is the interim sports editor for The Monitor. You can reach him at hmiller@themonitor.com or (956) 683-4472.

Mcallen Memorial’s Talamantez signs with OLLU Saints

McALLEN — Tani Talamantez has a smile that will light up a dark room. When she gathers with teammates or family and friends, laughter...

Spring football: Same offense, new faces at Sharyland High

With just two returning starters on offense, Sharyland High coach Ron Adame could choose to change up his spread offense and try to do...

UPDATE: Sharyland High’s Lee wins Class 5A golf state championship

Sharyland High's Jimmy Lee has been widely regarded as the best golfer in South Texas for the past two years, maybe longer. Now he's tops...

Spring football: QB Ortiz, LB Alonzo leads Rowe offense, defense

McALLEN — Josiah Alonzo loves the position he’s in this spring. As a linebacker for the McAllen Rowe football team, he lines up across Warriors...

Spring football: PSJA North Raiders find success following Kaufmann’s lead

PSJA North football coach Marcus Kaufmann is a big man. He’s also loud and tenacious on the sidelines, a coach who picks his battles,...

Sharyland High golf struggles at state

The Sharyland girls golf team struggled during the first round of the UIL Class 5A girls golf state championship Monday at White Wing Golf...

Sharyland High begins seventh straight state tournament today

McALLEN — Carolina Cantu woke up one morning and realized that her senior season on the Sharyland High girls golf team wasn’t going so...

Dorados hope to salvage season at Bert Ogden Arena

League owners of the International Arena Football League said they are talking with management at Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg, hoping to finish out...

Dorados suspends ‘all football operations’ at arena

The RGV Dorados’ season has come to an unexpected early end, for a second time now. Eric Treviño, State Farm Hidalgo Arena general manager, said...

Comeback complete: McHi’s Muñoz signs with UTRGV

McALLEN — Miranda Muñoz had played soccer since she was 4, so when she felt the sickening “pop,” she knew what it was. “I tore...