United went undefeated at a state qualifying tournament in Corpus Christi Saturday going 4-0 to qualify for the Texas 7on7 Championships. This year’s Division I state tournament will run June 30 and July 1 at the Veterans Park and Athletic Complex in College Station. United made the tournament in 2015 and beat Mansfield Summit 33-28 to advance to the second round in the consolation bracket.
‘Horns roll through first two weeksUnited is the last remaining team in the city with an unblemished record after another 2-0 outing, and Alexander and LBJ both picked up their first victory at the summer league 7-on-7 Wednesday at Krueger Field. The Longhorns (4-0) rolled through the opening two weeks with an average point differential of 25.8 which is more than double the closest opponent.
This season was one of growth for young rosters and head coaches in UISD, but that didn’t stop Laredo from excelling and locking up three playoff spots despite an expanded district. Amid a trio of first-year head coaches, Alexander’s Fernando Lemus was a grizzled veteran by comparison with one year of experience under his belt. That experience paid off as he led the Bulldogs to a fourth straight outright district title.
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