Roy Hess

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Roy Hess covers sports for The Brownsville Herald. You can reach him via email at rhess@brownsvilleherald.com.

San Perlita to battle Freer in regional quarterfinal

The San Perlita Lady Trojans look around and see there aren’t too many volleyball teams still playing at this point of the season. But that’s...

Warriors lose to Hebbronville in overtime

SANTA ROSA — The Santa Rosa Warriors suffered a heartbreaking loss Friday night at home and remained winless in District 16-3A Division II. The Warrriors...

Greyhounds cruise in home win over Rivera

SAN BENITO — If there was any question the San Benito Greyhounds hadn’t already clinched a playoff spot, they left no doubt about it...

VMS Volleyball Notes: Cardinals looking to make playoff push

The Harlingen High Lady Cardinals want to take advantage of the opportunity to reach the state volleyball playoffs by winning. With two match dates remaining...

Star Volleyball Notes: Lady Cards prepared for battle with Hanna

If there are two teams in District 32-6A volleyball that are very evenly matched and consistently seem to battle to five games almost every...

Hiccup doesn’t cost Los Fresnos in win over Harlingen South

HARLINGEN — A little lapse is somewhat permissible in volleyball as long as the team doing the lapsing comes back and wins. On Saturday in...

Lady Raiders roll past Lady Cardinals

BROWNSVILLE — The anticipated back-and-forth drama and non-stop intensity never quite materialized during Tuesday’s District 32-6A volleyball match between Brownsville Rivera and Harlingen High...

Warriors lose to Hebbronville in overtime

SANTA ROSA — The Santa Rosa Warriors suffered a heartbreaking loss Friday night at home and remained winless in District 16-3A Division II. The Warrriors...

Los Fresnos opens 32-6A play by beating Harlingen South

LOS FRESNOS — The District 32-6A volleyball race got off to quite a rousing start Saturday in Los Fresnos. A district opener featuring favorites Los Fresnos and Harlingen South was characterized by dramatic, back-and-forth action with loud responses by the fans, and was eventually won by the Lady Falcons 28-27, 25-17, 17-25, 27-25. The Lady Falcons, ranked No. 24 in Class 6A by the Texas Girls Coaches Association, improved to 26-8 on the season and 1-0 in district. South is 20-6, 0-1.

District 32-6A gets acquainted with course at Harlingen Invitational

HARLINGEN — Getting a chance to run on the course in Harlingen to be used for the District 32-6A cross country meet next month...