Tonight may be Del Rio’s last, best chance for a win this season.
After Del Rio cut Laredo United’s early lead to just one point, hopes were high that the Rams would finally notch a mark in the win column.
With six games left to play in the district schedule, the Queens volleyball team will have to make up some ground if they hope to keep their streak of playoff appearances intact.
It was a possible preview of this year’s state cross-country meet this weekend when the top teams in the state converged in Round Rock for the annual McNeil Invitational Meet.
Recent rains may have postponed the Del Rio High School’s regular tennis schedule, but the team is back on track and looking to close out the regular fall season with a bang.
More than 100 competitors took advantage of cool temperatures and what seems like a rare dry Saturday morning to create their own adventure in what has become an annual tradition in Del Rio.
This year seven members of the varsity Rams – defensive end Carlos Nandin, quarterback Guy Creamer, wide receivers Kai Fernett and Anthony Maldonado, linebacker Luis Bagneschi and offensive lineman Ricky Gonzalez – explained who the fastest, the strongest, the smartest and more about this year’s Rams and along the way revealed what motivates them and provides them with the inspiration to succeed.
Del Rio may have finished in the silver bracket at this weekend’s Nita Vannoy Memorial Tournament, but they faced some stiff competition along the way.
With the final tournament of this year’s Bassmaster Elite Series looming, Del Rio’s Ray Hanselman Jr. is in position to really chase the big ones – big checks, that is.
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