The Memorial Minutemen had two golden opportunities to score on Medina Valley Friday night.
By David Hinojosa, Staff Writer : October 28, 2013
When the Memorial Minutemen took the field for the second half against Harlandale, they had momentum on their side.
The 7th and 8th Grade Lady Charger volleyball teams made Gus Garcia MS proud to be a Charger.
If you could ask the Memorial Minutemen to get a “do over” of the last four minutes of there game against the McCollum Cowboys on Thursday night, they would take it.
When most teams go down 21-0 (14 off turnovers) in the first quarter, most teams would quit playing. The Kennedy Rockets are not one of those teams.
Coach Alex Guerra says he's in it for the long haul at Memorial, which is 3-1 since losing 27 straight.
The Memorial Minutemen defense was looking to make a statement as they opened District 29-4A play on Friday against the Southside Cardinals at Mata Stadium.
The Memorial Minutemen are off to one their best starts in school history. They look to continue their hot start when they open district play against the Southside Cardinals.
An all around effort by the Kennedy Rockets on every side of the ball(offense/defense/special teams) led by Matthew Avalos two touchdown runs help lead Kennedy to a 25-7 victory over the Pearsall Mavericks on Friday night at a rainy Mata Stadium.
The Memorial Minutemen scored 17 unanswered points(14 off two turnovers) and held the Lytle Pirates scoreless in the second half as the Minutemen picked up there second win of the season 27-14 over Lytle on Friday night.
The Memorial Varsity Volleyball Team went 7 - 0 to win the Edgewood ISD Varsity Volleyball Tournament.
Early turnovers help Fredericksburg beat Memorial 57-14
Isiaha Garcia's thirty yard touchdown reception midway thru the fourth quarter assured the Kennedy Rockets of a 27-7 victory over the Crystal City Javalinas at Frank Mata Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
The Memorial Minutemen kicked off their training camp early Monday morning as they look to improve from a tough season a year ago.
On April 25, dozens of former Edgewood ISD baseball players and their families attended the re-dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated Edgewood Baseball Field.