Los Fresnos News

Los Fresnos Soccer Is Up And Running

Lady Falcons Soccer Team from the LFHS Girls Soccer Twitter account.

By Ruben Rodriguez
Los Fresnos News

Soccer season has kicked off across the Valley, and at Los Fresnos, it’s up to a hot start. The Falcons and Lady Falcons kicked off their 2022 campaigns with some big games including tournament play. The Falcons kicked off tournament play against The Brownsville Porter Cowboys. Both teams played a fast paced offense, each tacking on a goal in the first half. After a defensive battle in the 2nd half, The Falcons and the Cowboys would eventually draw.

The next day, Los Fresnos would kick off their action against the Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial Eagles. The Eagles played solid defense and offense, scoring first and holding on to a 1-0 lead at the half. As the Eagles continued to hold on to control of the game, Los Fresnos knocked in a goal in the second half to draw their second match of the tournament

In game three, The Falcons faced off against the Laredo United Longhorns and after a defensive first half, The Longhorns would score and hold on to the lead to give the Falcons their first loss of the 2022 season. Then after facing off and Drawing with Brownsville Pace, Los Fresnos captured their first win of the season against 32-6A rival San Benito. The Falcons scored once in each half and played consistent defense.

The Falcons faced off against the PSJA North Raiders in their first non-district matchup of 2022. Defense was consistent throughout the first half after both the Raiders and Falcons scored and kept it tied heading into the second half. The second half was controlled by Los Fresnos as they played dominant on both sides of the ball, scoring three goals and rendering PSJA North to only one goal, winning 4-2.

The Lady Falcons kicked off their season against Alamo Heights out of San Antonio. Alamo Heights struck first and maintained control of the game defensively to win 1-0, handing The Lady Falcons their first loss of the season. Los Fresnos would bounce back with two straight wins, defeating both Sharyland and San Antonio O’Connor by a score of 2-0. The Lady Falcons then faced off against San Antonio Taft in a defensive battle that Los Fresnos scored first in, but a response by Taft in the second half resulted in a draw.

The Lady Falcons then traveled to McAllen to take on the McHi Lady Bulldogs in non district action. Los Fresnos took control early on scoring the first two goals of the game and controlled throughout the game until two late goals by the Lady Bulldogs resulted in another draw for the Lady Falcons.

For Now Los Fresnos Soccer continues to roll on until district play is set to kick off in Late January, Early February.