High School Football
Week 1
  • Valley View 0 VS PSJA Southwest 42
    Final
  • McAllen High 7 VS Odessa Permian 35
    Final
  • Santa Maria 25 VS MMA 13
    Final
  • Edinburg High 7 VS San Benito 53
    Final
  • Edinburg North 22 VS Los Fresnos 19
    Final
  • Lyford 14 VS La Villa 26
    Final
  • Santa Rosa 0 VS Rio Hondo 35
    Final
  • Progreso 7 VS Brownsville Porter 0
    Final
  • Raymondville 34 VS Brownsville St. Joseph 38
    Final
  • Port Isabel 29 VS Grulla 9
    Final
  • Roma 14 VS La Joya High 7
    Final
  • Donna North 13 VS La Feria 35
    Final
  • Brownsville Pace 21 VS Edinburg Vela 56
    Final
  • Sharyland Pioneer 14 VS Hidalgo 3
    Final
  • Brownsville Veterans 24 VS Donna High 28
    Final
  • Calallen 28 VS Mercedes 0
    Final
  • Edcouch-Elsa 28 VS McAllen Rowe 48
    Final
  • Harlingen South 28 VS Weslaco High 18
    Final
  • Mission Veterans 14 VS Mission High 7
    Final
  • Ingleside 41 VS Rio Grande City 7
    Final
  • McAllen Memorial 28 VS Sharyland High 59
    Final
  • PSJA High 7 VS PSJA North 14
    Final
  • Monte Alto 6 VS Corpus Christi London 26
    Final
  • Weslaco East 28 VS Brownsville Rivera 41
    Final
  • Brownsville Lopez 46 VS La Joya Palmview 13
    Final
  • Brownsville Hanna 35 VS Edinburg Economedes 13
    Final
  • La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 33 VS PSJA Memorial 0
    Final

Check out 6 tips for a better Memorial Day barbecue

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  1. Serve less meat, but buy the expensive stuff . . . grass-fed beef, dry-aged steaks, and wild seafood. Anybody can grill a hundred burgers for 20 people. You can make people remember your party if your meat TASTES GOOD.
  2. Focus on the vegetables. Instead of chips and salsa, serve charred vegetables with dipping sauces. Or grill vegetables and puree them into fresh sauces for your meat.
  3. Make your own rub. For a dry rub, just throw some paprika and chili powder together with brown sugar, oregano, salt, and garlic.
  4. Use high, medium, and then low heat. Put a high-heat flame on the left side of the grill to get your sear marks. Then cook the meat in the middle on medium heat, and then move it to low heat to keep warm.
  5. Keep track of cooking temperatures. Food poisoning will wreck it for everybody. Cook everything at 140 degrees or above, and smoked food should be cooked between 180 and 220.
  6. Serve fruit for dessert. Nobody saves room for brownies and ice cream. Just grill up some slices of pineapple, peaches, or mango. You can also serve them with angel food cake, toasted right on the grill. (Lohud.com)

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