At the homecoming pep rally Wednesday night, Rams head football coach Roderick Taylor guaranteed a victory over Laredo LBJ.
Del Rio got its first look this year at the course for the state cross-country meet, but the trip to Round Rock didn’t go as well as the Rams and Queens runners could have hoped for.
The Border Bash Cross-Country Invitational was more than just another meet for the Del Rio cross-country. It was a preview of next month’s district meet.
With the non-district schedule out of the way, the Del Rio Queens now set their sights on the teams in 29-6A and a possible return to the playoffs.
SAN ANGELO — Del Rio held its own against the powerhouse from San Angelo Central for the opening quarter, keeping the explosive Bobcats off the scoreboard for the first 12 minutes of Friday night’s game.
While the annual Del Rio Invitational Cross-Country Meet didn’t feature many teams, the runners that attended provided a new challenge for the local runners.
As the number of undocumented immigrants apprehended along the U.S./Mexico border increases, the United States Border Patrol is looking for additional manpower to help strengthen its numbers.
When the mother of a local elementary school student saw her son may have the need for speed, she decided to find just the right program to develop his talent.
A pair of youth golfers from Del Rio wrapped up their season with a spot at the U.S. Kids Golf Texas State Invitational Golf Tournament.
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