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Soccer: San Antonio might host state soccer tournament

A week after landing the UIL boys and girls state basketball tournaments, San Antonio could be in line to host another championship event.

Peter Contreras, an assistant athletic director at the University Interscholastic League, said Monday that San Antonio and Georgetown are being considered as the location for the state soccer tournament. 77 more words


Garza family embraces ORWALL journey

Saturday night was especially meaningful for the Garzas. Rene, the family patriarch, was there to enjoy it with them.

The 39-year-old coach, who suffered a heart attack during a game five weeks ago, and his son, Mario, were recognized with the rest of the ORWALL National Big League team that is headed to the World Series in Easley, South Carolina, for the second straight year. 119 more words


BASKETBALL: UIL announces relocation of state tournaments to San Antonio

The 2015 University Interscholastic League Girls and Boys State Basketball Tournaments will be played at the Alamodome in San Antonio the UIL announced Tuesday.

The change comes as a result of UIL staff seeking a solution to the difficulties with availability and affordability of hotels caused by concurrent events in Austin. 59 more words


Football: Johnny Manziel Nike Vapor Ultimate

New Nike Vapor Ultimate Cleat combines Nike Flyknit and game-changing plate technology for unprecedented lightweight speed and strength.


Baseball: Local players named to Texas Rangers Area Code Team

Three local high school baseball standouts will be traveling to California in August to compete for the Texas Rangers Area Code Team against some of the top prep talent in the country. 102 more words


Cheerleading: AISD not expecting major changes with addition of UIL cheer competition

Cheerleading is not a “sport,” per the University Interscholastic League, but the UIL hopes to bring a new perspective to cheerleading when a new pilot program dubbing it an “athletic activity” is launched in the 2015 school year. 155 more words