After mounting multiple double-digit rallies early in the district season, Alexander weathered one from Del Rio on Saturday and pulled away in the fourth quarter winning 104-94 to cap an unbeaten first round and build a two-game lead. “The score was pretty high, so I’m just glad we pulled it out,” Alexander senior Memo Salinas said. “It takes everybody from the last person off the bench to the first person on the floor. We need everybody every game.
Dana Taylor is hitting the ground running beginning to build a roster less than a day after arriving in Laredo. The new head coach of the Heat is overseeing tryouts Friday and Saturday at the Texas A&M International University Soccer Complex as the team prepares to return from a two-year hiatus and debut in the National Premier Soccer League. “I got to meet a lot of the staff and coaches in the club Thursday and was shown around Friday and got my bearings,” Taylor said. “It’s great.
LBJ gave United everything it could handle for all 32 minutes Thursday, but the Longhorns had the upper hand in a wild finish as Andy Pompa hit a deep 3-pointer at the buzzer for a 68-65 victory at home. Alexander stayed unbeaten with a 61-50 win at Eagle Pass while United South took a hit in the standings falling 59-42 at home against South San. The Longhorns (17-8, 5-1 District 29-6A) spent the majority of the second half trailing but within a possession of the Wolves (15-13, 1-5).
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