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Henry Miller is Sports Editor for The Monitor. You can reach him at hmiller@themonitor.com or (956) 683-4472.

UTRGV sweeps Texas Southern at home tournament

The UTRGV women's volleyball team used 10 aces to defeat Texas Southern University on Friday at the UTRGV Fieldhouse during the UTRGV Tournament. Then UTRGV faced Pac-12 power Washington State. To find out how they did and see some highlights, visit www.themonitor.com

McHi ranked No. 4 in state; 5 RGV teams make poll

The McAllen High girls volleyball team is one of five Valley teams ranked in the most recent Texas Girls Association Volleyball Ball. The Bulldogs are ranked fourth in the state in Class 6A. To find out who else is among the state's elite, visit www.themonitor.com

UTRGV earns sweep in soccer, volleyball

The UTRGV women's soccer and volleyball teams, and the men's soccer team all won their matches on Friday night, giving the Vaqueros a perfect Friday evening. Visit themonitor.com to read more and watch highlights from the women's soccer match.

McAllen’s Casas selected to USA National Team

Former McHi Bulldog and current Texas A&M Swim Club member Shaine Casas was selected to the 2019-2020 USA National Swim Team on Wednesday when final rosters were announced. Casas was selected for three different events. Find out more at themonitor.com

The season is upon us – high school football kicks off tonight

The day high school football players across the nation wait for anxiously every year is hours away — a little more than a day away for those unlucky enough to have to wait until Saturday to play under those lights that have become famous, especially on Friday nights. But while the anxiety and excitement races through quarterbacks, cornerbacks and the rest of those who make up every high school football team in South Texas and beyond, it also rapidly flows through the veins of coaches, young and old, newbies and veterans. Read the full story at themonitor.com or rgvsports.com

Bulldogs keep rolling, improve to 27-1

McAllen High and Harlingen South met on Tuesday with a combined record of 47-4. In the end, however, the Bulldogs were just too strong and claimed a 25-18, 25-14, 25-8 over the same team they met in the Class 6A Area round last year in the playoffs. McAllen improved to 27-1 on the season and is ranked 22nd in the state in Class 6A

Mission Vets out slugs Laredo LBJ to win tournament title

MISSION — In the battle between Laredo LBJ and Mission Veterans in the finals of the Mission Varsity Volleyball Tournament, Davids need not apply....

Pioneer impressive in win over La Joya High

MISSION — Natalie Reyes took a perfect pass from libero Shelby Cavazos and deftly placed a perfect set to Jordan Bravo, who was coming...

Harlingen South mixes up attacks in win over Sharyland

MISSION — Sharyland High’s volleyball team showed off some impressive firepower at times against visiting Harlingen South. However, the visiting Hawks showed that power isn’t...

Olympian pitcher Abbott to hold camp, open softball complex

Dalinda Gonzalez-Alcantar still holds dear to herself the lessons she learned on the softball field. So, to say that the McAllen Boys & Girls Club...