Martin only had one game during Week 2 of 7on7 summer league football and the Tigers didn’t get the result they desired, tying with rival Nixon 39-39. Martin has an opportunity to bounce back — if a team needs to bounce back after tying a foe — and make a big splash on Wednesday during Week 3 as the Tigers battle unbeaten United (4-0) at 5:30 p.m. at Krueger Field.
Warhawks rally comes up short against RGV CloversThe Laredo Warhawks had the ball and were driving late in an ICON Women’s Football Association game against the Rio Grande Valley Clovers. But as Laredo head coach Fernando Rodriguez said to his team after the game, the Warhawks simply ran out of time. The Clovers held on for a 25-20 win on Saturday at the FC Dallas-Laredo Soccer Complex, dealing the Warhawks their third straight loss. The Warhawks’ offense is still in a bit of a funk.
artin had a nice start to summer league 7-on-7 football going 2-0 during Week 1. The Tigers started slow but found their offensive footing en route to topping Cigarroa 38-14 before beating Alexander in a shootout 55-41. Quarterback Mathew Duron has looked comfortable and in sync with his wide receivers early on, in particular Angel Davila, Jorge Castaneda and Matthew Carreon. All three of those wideouts combined to account for each one of Duron's 14 touchdown passes he threw during Week 1.
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Selecting a term
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