By MONICA ZUÑIGA
As if it had never left, football season was back in full force in Greyhound country Monday as receivers ran routes and linemen practiced stances all in preparation of competing in what some are calling the toughest district in the Rio Grande Valley: 31-5A.
The Greyhounds, under the leadership of Head Coach and Athletic Director Spencer Gantt, return six offensive starters and seven defensive players to a team that’s adopted the unofficial motto of “give 100 percent effort.”
Gantt named Jesse Jimenez, a senior, as the starting quarterback. But other key players the community may watch include running back Arturo Coronado, who rushed for over a thousand yards last year as a junior, and linebacker Rene Chavez, Jr.
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