Saturday, May 18, 2013
Saturday evening at Bobby Lackey Stadium was the last chance for these players to leave it all in the field. The East and West All-Stars played a hard game and it certainly reflects on the final 0-0 score. Congratulations to all these players and best of luck in the future. We will have some photos of the All-Star football game soon.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
The second game of the three-game series took place at Nikki Rowe High School Saturday night. The Nikki Rowe Lady Warriors needed a victory to force a third game on Monday, and they started things right with the early lead over the Harlingen South Lady Hawks. It did not take long for the Lady Hawks to tie the game. After trading runs to keep the tie, the Harlingen South Lady Hawks put a rally together to take the lead for good and defeat the Nikki Rowe Lady Warriors to move on to the next round of playoffs.
A huge game took place at Mike Rodriguez Baseball Field on Saturday afternoon. The Nikki Rowe Warriors visited the PSJA North Raiders to battle for the last playoff ticket. The Nikki Rowe Warriors came into the game with a winning streak that set them up for for a showdown against the Raiders. However, the PSJA North Raiders took matters into their own hands an secured an early lead that they never relinquished. The game finished with the Raiders moving on and beating the Warriors 4-1.
The City of Palms rivalry between the McHi Bulldogs and the McAllen Memorial Mustangs took place on Saturday morning and it was a close one. After keeping the game scoreless for several innings, the Memorial Mustangs took a one run lead and the Bulldogs followed to tie the game right after. At the bottom of the 7th inning, the McHi Bulldogs loaded the bases and got a hit to walk off with the 2-1 victory over the McAllen Memorial Mustangs.
Friday, April 26, 2013
A heated game between the McAllen Memorial Mustangs and the PSJA Bears took place Friday night. The Mustangs took a convincing lead in the early innings, but the Bears fought back to take a one run lead in the 6th inning. The McAllen Memorial Mustangs put together a rally at the bottom of the inning to walk away with the 11-6 victory over the PSJA Bears and keep their slim playoff hopes alive.