Several PI athletes participated at the RGVCA Meet of Champions track meet in Weslaco, TX (Mar 25th)
Womens 4x400 Relay
1st N. Garza, B. Gonzalez, S. Harry, A. Gomez, 4:04.51
Mens Discus - 1.6k
1st Sydney "Trey" Mock, 163-10
Womens 400 Meters
1st Natalie "Roadrunner" Garza, 57.79a SR
4th Ava Gomez, 1:00.68a PR
Mens Shot Put - 12lb
4th Joseph Ian Torres, 49-06.50 PR
Womens 4x200 Relay
4th N. Garza, D. Camacho, S. Harry, A. Gomez, 1:48.14
Womens Pole Vault
5th Sabrina Garza, 9-06.00
Jaime Infante named as new AD/HC for Port Isabel HS.
Coach Infante has been a longtime coach at Lyford and actually was an assistant for PI from 1996-2001. More on Infante.
Monty Stumbaugh chosen for Hidalgo job, Good Luck Stump!
PIISD has posted a vacancy for the AD/Football HC position
Would you like the upcoming football team to feature a more balanced attack or stick with the a 1-dimensional run game?
Port Isabel Tarpons football season has come to an end as the Sweeny Bulldogs beat the Tarpons 36-21. It was a good back and forth game in the first half as the Tarpons went into halftime with the 21-15 lead. Runningback Omar Silva hurt his shoulder in the 2nd quarter and the offense couldn't produce another score in the second half. It was an exciting season to watch and a pleasure to watch Omar Silva break the 2,000 yard milestone. On a side note, this is the 3rd straight loss in the opening round of the playoffs. Article here.
Other district 16-4A Playoff scores Rio Hondo 29, Sinton 30
Raymondville 20, Cuero 59
Orange Grove 48, Wharton 14
Tarpons Upset High Octane Bloodhounds, 33-27
In a matchup featuring two undefeated teams, the Port Isabel Tarpons came out victorious in a 33-27 win over the St. Joseph Bloodhounds. It was a battle of the Seawall defense vs the high powered offense, a battle between the “Silva Bullet” vs the “Money Express” it was a battle of wills. In the end it was the Tarpons Tidal Wave offense that proved too much for St. Joe. The offense racked up 482 yards led by Omar Silva’s 221 rushing yards and two touchdowns. continue article ... Highlights
2016-2018 Alignments changes
164A Div 2
Port Isabel, Rio Hondo, Orange Grove, Raymondville, CC West Oso, Progreso
Good Counsel senior backup quarterback Andres Castillo and his father, Baltimore Ravens offensive line coach Juan Castillo, have an unbreakable bond that has been forged through football... Andres Castillo, named an honorable mention All-Washington Catholic
Athletic Conference performer this season, said he also learned
something from former Ravens quarterback and current Buffalo Bills
signal-caller Tyrod Taylor.more
Relive the 2013 football season in this recap click here
See motivotional workout videos- To be seen by aspiring young athletes here & here
ESPN.com - "Castillo grew up in Port Isabel, Texas, a town in which everything hinged on high school football and the Dallas Cowboys. On Friday night, it shut down to watch the boys play. Castillo loved the way the town rallied around the team."More