Olympic silver medalist Monica Abbott is bringing a camp to the Rio Grande Valley with the goal of teaching youth softball players the fundamentals of the game.The camp, which is being hosted by the Cavazos Sports Institute, begins today. Advanced sessions on Saturday are for athletes age 13 and older, with youth sessions on Sunday for players ages 8-12.“The CSI contacted me to do the event,” Abbott said.
EDINBURG — On the night of Nov. 2, the stands on both sides of the field at PSJA Stadium were full, and the whole Valley was watching to see which side would prevail in a battle of undefeated teams.Edinburg Vela senior quarterback Nathan Garcia rose to the occasion and led his team to a 70-22 victory over PSJA High that served as a dictum on who was the best in the Valley.“My favorite game to be in was PSJA Bears,” Garcia said. “There was a lot of people there.
EDINBURG — Edinburg Vela hired John Campbell on April 19, and from that day on, the coach has been in a whirlwind.Just last week, Campbell finally got some meaningful time to relax after leading the SaberCats to the third round of the playoffs.Still, anyone who knows Campbell knows he never really relaxes completely, and it is his dedication and obsession with football — combined with his ability to teach, guide and lead his players — that netted Campbell The Monitor’s 2017 All-Area Football...
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