• Home

St. Joe Girls Soccer Wins Big

Posted: Updated:


St. Joe girls soccer wins big in home action Tuesday. The Lady Flyers hosting Yoakum. Lauren Estraca scores St. Joe's first two goals, then almost gets a third one here. Moments later, Estraca would get the hat trick goal. In fact, she scored the Lady Flyers' first four goals, ended up with five goals on the day, as St. Joe wins 10-0. Brittany Olivares had the hat trick, three goals, and an assist for the Lady Flyers, while Gabby Rodriguez scored a goal and had four assists. Next Tuesday, St. Joe girls soccer starts district play by hosting Corpus IWA.

Baltimore could play host to 2026 FIFA World Cup soccer matches if the sport's international governing body selects a joint North American bid.
    
The Baltimore Sun reports that the city's Board of Estimates is expected to approve an agreement among FIFA, the United States Soccer Federation Inc. and Baltimore to host matches on Wednesday.
    
In June, FIFA will choose between a bid from Morocco and a joint bid from the United States, Canada and Mexico to determine the 2026 location of the international tournament. The North American countries have submitted a list of 32 cities that could host games, which is expected to be narrowed to around a dozen.
    
Maryland Sports Executive Director Terry Hasseltine said last year that M&T Bank Stadium would be an "ideal" World Cup venue.
    
 

Current Conditions
/
  • Local Sports

    • UHV Baseball Starts Fall Practice

      UHV baseball was supposed to start fall practice Monday afternoon at Riverside. 

    • Four Area High Schools Remain in AP State Top Ten

      After another busy football Friday, four high school football teams in the Crossroads remained in the AP state top 10 poll this week.  Following the Gobblers' lopsided win at Bandera, Cuero stayed put at number five in the State 4A poll while Goliad remained at number six in the 3A standings with their 50-point win at Luling. In the 2A ranks, Shiner held steady at number four and Refugio remained at nine following the Bobcats' 67-0 win at Kaufer. Yoakum, meanwhile, sits just on ...
    • UHV Golf Rained Out In S.A.

      Rain gets in the way of UHV golf Monday in S.A. 

    • Ratley Makes NFL Debut for Browns

      A former Yoakum football standout made his NFL debut on Sunday.  Damion Ratley, a former Yoakum Bulldog and sixth round draft pick out of Texas A&M, made his debut with the Browns on Sunday and recorded a team-high 82 yards in the losing effort. Ratley's six receptions on the afternoon were second best on the team to tight end David Njoku's seven.  CLEVELAND (AP) - Philip Rivers threw two touchdown passes to Tyrell Williams - and the veteran quarterback threw a block -...
    • UHV Soccer Sweeps Jarvis Christian

      Elizabeth Reyes (FR/Edinburg, TX) and Lauren Leslie (SR/Falkirk, Scotland) each scored a pair of goals Saturday to help lift the University of Houston-Victoria women's soccer team to a 6-0 victory over the Jarvis Christian Bulldogs in the Red River Athletic Conference match at The Cage. The Jaguars improved to 3-5 on the year and 3-3 in conference play, while the Bulldogs fell to 3-9-1, 0-6 in conference. Hayden Janner (FR/Cypress, TX) put the Jaguars up in the 18th minute for ...
    • Championship Boxer Comes To Victoria

      In my Fever travels Friday night, i dropped by Heart Of A Champion Boxing Of Victoria for a special reason. 

    • Friday Football Fever Final Scores

      Here are the Friday Football Fever final scores for 10-12-18 

    • East Drops First District Game of the Season

      After starting the season 4-0 in district, a first in school history, the East Titans dropped their first district game of the season Friday night, a 37-21 loss at home to Flour Bluff.  

    • Calhoun Beats Tuloso-Midway Going Away

      The Calhoun Sandcrabs started Friday night tied for the district lead, and they helped their cause with a big win over Tuloso-Midway at Sandcrab Stadium.  

    • West Volleyball Stays In District Lead

      West volleyball wins in district road play. 

    More