Stefan Modrich

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Stefan Modrich Total Posts: 158 Stefan Modrich is a 2017 graduate of Arizona State University, where he was the Sports Editor for The State Press, ASU's independent student news publication. He is also a graduate of the University of Zagreb in Croatia, where he completed a foreign language program in 2018. A native of Franklin Park, Illinois, Modrich previously covered high school sports for The Arizona Republic, Chicago Tribune, and Mars Reel Media.

Raiders overcome deficit, win 32-6A

No moment was too big for Jerry Perez in Rivera’s dramatic come-from-behind win over Harlingen High to clinch the District 32-6A championship Friday night. The...

NMSU women, GCU men clinch WAC crowns

The fate of the Western Athletic Conference championship rested in the hands of New Mexico State University’s Lindsay Harlas. She wouldn’t have had it any...

Sarquis’ presence a spark for Chargers

Senior Seth Sarquis has played a key role for this season’s District 32-5A champion Brownsville Veterans Memorial this season. During a 9-6 win over Donna...

Harlingen High pitchers learning from each other

Harlingen High boasts the highest-scoring offense in District 32-6A, but its pitching staff — led by seniors John Ortega and Abel Flores, and sophomore...

Cards blank Hawks in Bird Bowl finale

HARLINGEN — Behind Jacob Marroquin’s complete game, Harlingen High eased to a 5-0 victory in the Bird Bowl series finale against Harlingen South on...

Brownsville Memorial looking to make deep playoff run

After a 14-0 District 32-5A result ended with a loss in the bi-district round of last season’s playoffs, the Brownsville Veterans Memorial Chargers and...

Brownsville Veterans’ Alvarez finishes seventh at state

Brownsville Veterans Memorial diver Nico Alvarez placed seventh in the 1-meter diving event at the UIL state finals Saturday at the Lee & Joe...

Valley swimmers, divers compete at state

Harlingen High, Harlingen South, Los Fresnos, McAllen High, McAllen Memorial and Weslaco High all represented the Rio Grande Valley at the Class 6A State...

Los Fresnos boys relay took different paths on journey to state

Throughout the years, the names and faces change, but the expectations for the Los Fresnos Falcons are as perennial as a paper daisy. Senior Luis...

Osuna’s persistence pays off in return to Austin

Every successful team needs a captain, a spiritual mentor and a coach. Senior Luis Osuna has fulfilled all three roles for the Los Fresnos Falcons...