In just over a week, the legacy of one of bull riding’s greatest cowboys will loom over the Val Verde County Fairgrounds as some of the best in the sport today will look to etch their name into the record books.
Del Rio’s hopes for a share of the district crown in softball were dashed Tuesday night, and now the Queens are in fight to hold onto the second seed in the district.
While not every Rams and Queens track and field athlete was able to qualify for the Area meet, many of them played a key role in helping their teams finish string at this past weekend’s district meet.
Pro baseball’s return to Del Rio was marked by good weather, an enthusiastic crowd and high hopes for similar games to be regular features in this city.
After what seemed like an eternity on the road, the Queens softball team returns to a regular schedule with the start of district play tonight.
An energized crowd nearly filled the stands at the Val Verde County Fairgrounds to watch Francisco Garcia Torres claim the champion’s buckle at this weekend’s Ana’s Chute Out.
It was fitting that the two boys teams battling for the final playoff spot in District 29-6A needed overtime in a play-in to decide their fate.
A pair of Del Rio High student-athletes signed on the dotted line Wednesday afternoon to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Laredo Alexander’s three-year hold on the Brown Automotive boys golf trophy is over, but it wasn’t Del Rio that managed to finally topple the Bulldogs.
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