Both La Feria and Raymondville ruled the course earlier this week at the District 32-4A golf tournament in Pharr and are now sending several athletes to regionals.
At La Feria, Isabel Prado, who recently committed to play golf at Marymount University in California, captured the girls individual championship.
Meanwhile, with Prado leading the way, the girls team was the district runner-up and also secured a berth in the Region IV-4A tournament, which is set for April 24-25 at Oso Golf Course in Corpus Christi.
On the boys side, Andy Cortez also punched his ticket to regionals by finishing in second place. The boys 4A tournament is also set for April 24-25 in Corpus, but will be played at Lozano Golf Course.
As for Raymondville, the boys team, comprised of James Alfaro, Jonathan Cardona, Richard Ramirez, Ramiro Colchado and Daniel Gutierrez, captured its fourth consecutive district title.
The team is now headed to Corpus in hopes of qualifying for the UIL Class 4A state tournament, which is set for May 15-16 at Slick Rock Golf Course in Marble Falls.
UPCOMING TOURNAMENT: The District 32-6A tournament is set for Monday and Tuesday at Tony Butler Golf Course in Harlingen.
Last season, Brownsville Hanna dominated by winning both the boys and girls team titles.
Julie Lucio, who returns as a junior this year, led the way for the Hanna girls by winning the individual championship, while Santiago Garcia, who is also now a junior, won the boys individual title.
Standing in the way of a possible Hanna repeat, however, is the Harlingen High boys squad.
Last season, the Cards came in second behind the Eagles by just four strokes.