Sharyland Pioneer’s perfect day at 7-on-7 Championships marred by postgame brawl

COLLEGE STATION — Sharyland Pioneer became the first team ever from the Rio Grande Valley to sweep its competition in pool play Friday at...

The Monitor’s 2018 All-Area Softball Selections

The Monitor's All-Area Softball First and Second Teams from the 2018 season. First TeamSabrina Salinas, La Joya High, pitcher: 19-6, 1.76 ERA, 140 KsHope Rodriguez,...

Santos comes from behind to beat Chivas in Edinburg Liga MX match

EDINBURG — Liga MX soccer returned to H-E-B Park in Edinburg on Wednesday night when fan favorites Club Deportivo Guadalajara, known as Chivas, took...

Photo Gallery: Edinburg Vela plays Austin Westlake in regional IV semi-final playoff game in...

Vela stopped by Westlake in third round. Final 28-0

Ortiz wins, Urbina, Flores open card with 1st round finishes

HIDALGO — When a Mixed Martial Arts organization puts together a Pay-Per-View event, the goal is to start the night off with a bang...

RGV Vipers hold steady in wild-card chase with win against Santa Cruz Warriors

HIDALGO — RGV Vipers coach Matt Brase entered Thursday’s game looking to see an increased focus and competitiveness from his players. In a tight...

Transfers help Texas Tech in Big 12 title race after Elite 8

Chris Beard liked the returning players Texas Tech had and the experience they gained after the Red Raiders went to the NCAA Elite Eight...

RGV Viper fans celebrate third G League championship

EDINBURG — It was only appropriate that the RGV Vipers rode into Bert Ogden Arena on Sunday on the back of two Edinburg fire...

Prescott, Cowboys wrap up NFC East with 27-20 win over Bucs

Now it's on to something Prescott and Elliott couldn't do after an NFC-best 13 victories during their remarkable rookie year together in 2016: win a playoff game.

Mireles, Rattlers ready to roll in year one

Leo Mireles grew up playing football wearing the Roma red before going on to play for the Red Raiders at Texas Tech. And after spending years coaching on both sides of the ball in Laredo, Mireles is back donning red in Starr County, this time as a first-year head coach for the Rio Grande City Rattlers. His first task: changing the culture of a program that hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2013. “They’ve responded well and I’ve been very impressed by them,” Mireles said after the Rattlers’ first full week of practice. “They want change and they’re tired of not making the playoffs. They’re hungry and I’m excited for a great season.” Read the full story at themonitor.com and rgvsports.com.