Border Ball: The History of High School Football in the Rio Grande Valley, is a comprehensive chronicle of the sport that has captured the area's fascination and loyalty since World War I. It mixes traditional sports history (statistics, recounting of great players, teams, games, and coaches) with oral history, as the memorable pioneers who made the Valley version of football into the most popular attraction down here tell their stories. Fans from Brownsville to Rio Grande City can read about the exploits of their teams, and learn some hitherto unknown facts and anecdotes about football's impact on community, race relations, and economics, among other aspects. For more information, contact Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Greg Selber started covering Valley sports in 1989 and since then has written for several newspapers, including the Valley Morning Star and Edinburg Review. He has written for 956sports.com and broadcast various sports on the radio, including minor league baseball and UTPA Bronc basketball. Selber has been apart of numerous television sports programs, most recently Sunday Sports Extra on Channel 4. He has won three Lone Star Awards from the Houston Press Club. You can find him Friday nights on the field, pen and camera in hand.
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Book Description Linus Publications, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1607970597
Book Description Linus Publications, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111607970597