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Shary boys and girls take home titles, Palmview and Juarez clinch playoff spots

20120427_Softball_McHi_v_Sharyland_lg_031Back-to-back champs. Again.

On the heels of their soccer teams’ remarkable run to a UIL state title, the boys and girls from Sharyland baseball and softball, have taken home their respective second straight district titles.

For softball’s Paul Cruz, his fielders’ second straight title is worth noting. Why? Well, prior to last season, District 30-5A was dominated by La Joya and their six straight district championships. Now, with number two in his back pocket, Cruz and his girls can rightly claim to be the district’s new powerhouse.

Read more: Shary boys and girls take home titles, Palmview and Juarez clinch playoff spots

   

Sharyland wins state championship in shootout

20120423_IMG_0559GEORGETOWN – Hundreds of Sharyland soccer fans made the trip to Georgetown to support their team in the school’s debut appearance at state. This became the trip of a lifetime as they witnessed the most electrifying match of the state tournament as two evenly matched teams battled back and forth for the victors’ crown.

Read more: Sharyland wins state championship in shootout

   

Sharyland Boys Win State Semi-final

20120420-5-of-5GEORGETOWN, TX – While the Mansfield Tigers had a clear height advantage, they were no match for the skillful ball handling of the Sharyland Rattlers in this evening’s State UIL Boys Semi-final Soccer Tournament.

Read more: Sharyland Boys Win State Semi-final

   

Sharyland Track and Field sweeps 30-5A championship

20120420_District_Track_lg_026Veterans Memorial comes oh-so-close in 32-4A

District champs – again. That accurately describes Sharyland High School’s performance at last weekend’s District 30-5A track and field championships in La Joya. Yes, the Rattlers won – again. Both teams, boys and girls.

Tom Lee’s boys beat out Palmview while Sandy Guerrero’s girls took down Nikki Rowe to give Sharyland their second consecutive district championship.

Read more: Sharyland Track and Field sweeps 30-5A championship

   

April 19th Softball Standings

Softball Standings
District 30-5A
Overall District
Teams W L W L
Sharyland 19 8 12 1
Nikki Rowe 18 6 10 3
McHi 19 4 10 3
La Joya 15 10 7 6
Mission 15 12 7 6
Memorial 8 15 3 9
Donna 9 17 2 11
Palmview 1 23 0 13
District 32-4A

Overall District
Teams W L W L
Mercedes 20 5 16 1
Edcouch-Elsa 25 3 15 2
Veterans Memorial 15 9 12 5
Weslaco East 15 11 11 6
Rio Grande City 12 12 8 8
Hidalgo 13 13 7 9
Roma 9 14 8 9
Browns. Veterans Memorial 7 18 4 13
Valley View 9 18 3 14
Juarez-Lincoln 0 24 0 17


   

Churchill defeats Sharyland in regional final

By RGV Fútbol/Staff

www.rgvfutbol.com

BROWNSVILLE, 14 Apr. - The Sharyland Lady Rattlers were on the brink of making Rio Grande Valley girls soccer history Saturday, but instead fell just short of their goal when they were defeated 1-0 by San Antonio Churchill in the Class 5A Region IV Final at the Brownsville Sports Park.

Despite the loss, the Lady Rattlers became the Valley’s girls team that has come the closest to advancing to the State Tournament with their valiant performance against Churchill in the Regional Final.

Read more: Churchill defeats Sharyland in regional final

   

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