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Hidalgo High School Varsity Baseball beat Port Isabel High School 2-0

Friday, April 24, 2015 7:30 PM Port Isabel High School AWAY 0 Hidalgo High School HOME 2 Game Recap Pirates won! Box Scores Port Isabel 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – R – H – E – Hidalgo 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5

Game cancelled!!!!

Today’s game has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The game will be rescheduled for tomorrow.

Pirate Basketball Enjoy Festival of Lights

In preparation for the holidays, the varsity boys basketball team visited Hidalgo City Hall during the festival of lights.  The team and head coach Gus Sanchez took a picture with Hidalgo Mayor Martin Cepeda.  During the Christmas break, the Pirates won the consolation championship defeating Valley View at the PSJA tournament.  The Pirates also hosted

Lady Pirates Softball Team

Lady Pirates softball season has begun. Our coaches are very excited to start this season with this wonderful group of girls. This year our girls are expected to continue where they left last year and their main focus is to become district champs, and to continue winning playoff games. Last year our girls made it

Pirates ranked #1 in Pre-Season State rankings

The Hidalgo Pirates have just been ranked #1 in state by the THSBCA. Coming off a great season last year the Pirates will be returning 9 starters. The Pirates will start practice on January 30.

Pirates take on Kingsville in final home game

This friday night the mighty Pirates will be hosting the Kingsville Brahmas. Kingsville is coming off a 35-13 win over the La Grulla Gators. Pirates had an off week. Kingsville undefeated in district play has clinched a spot in the playoffs. The Pirates winless in district play will have to beat Kingsville by 13 in

Hidalgo Lady Pirates Return from Regionals

Our Lady Pirates traveled  to San Antonio for a chance to compete in the state competition. Our lady Pirates finished in 10th place out of 23 schools and 178 total runners. They were led by Daniela Ozuna who placed 58, Jennifer De Hoyos 64, Alejandra Gonzalez 66, Victoria De Leon 80th, Stephanie Gonzalez 96th, and

Boys XC Advance to Regionals

Our boys Cross Country Team had a great performance last Monday and advanced to the Regional Cross Country Meet to be held in San Antonio.  Moises Campos led the way and was crowned “District Champion” for the second year in a row.  Anthony Williams followed and placed in the Top Ten.  Raul Ortiz came right