With 10 men, RGVFC Earn a Hard Fought Draw against San Antonio FC

Alejandro Fuenmayor’s red card in the 31st minute put the Toros up against the wall, but second half heroics from the team earned them a point in San Antonio

Photo Credit: San Antonio FC

San Antonio, TX – RGVFC stunned Toyota Field tonight after coming back from a 2-0 deficit at halftime with 10 men.

In true South Texas Derby fashion, both teams fought hard and exerted high pressure on each other looking to create a mistake and create chances on goal.

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Small, RGVFC Blaze Through the Switchbacks

Carlos Small scores a brace in the Toros’s 3-0 win, ending their 2 game losing streak

Photo credit: Cristian Inoferio/RGVFC

By Edson Ochoa

Edinburg, Tx – RGVFC extended their unbeaten streak at home last Saturday after defeating the Colorado Springs Switchbacks 3-0.

After losing three road games on the road in a row, it was essential for the Toros to get the three points at home to maintain playoff hopes in the very competitive Western Conference.

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Maalique Foster’s Future is in the Dynamo’s Hands

Alajualense’s Media Director confirmed today that Houston has the final decision on the Jamaican’s return to Costa Rica

Photo credit: Cristian Inoferio/RGVFC

By Edson Ochoa | With information from La Nacion and Teletica

Alajuela, Costa Rica – Maalique Foster‘s next destination is dependent on the Houston Dynamo, confirmed Ferlin Fuentes, Liga Deportiva Alajuelense‘s media director, in a press conference today.

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RGVFC React To A 3-0 First Half Deficit, but Still Fall Short to Real Monarchs

Carlos Small and Michael Salazar scored for the Toros in the team’s 5-3 loss in Utah

Photo Credit: Real Monarchs

Herriman, UT RGVFC lost their third straight game on the road, this time against the Real Monarchs in a high intensity match between both teams.

There were many changes to the Toros roster for tonight’s match, including the forced inclusion of Nico Lemoine for Maalique Foster who will be playing in the CONCACAF Gold Cup with Jamaica.

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Despite Salazar’s Heroics, RGVFC Drop Two Points at LA Galaxy II

The Belizean forward scores a hat trick, but Los Dos salvage a draw in the last seconds of the match

By Edson J. Ochoa

Carson, CA – RGVFC was looking at a rough schedule coming into tonight’s match. After their 5-2 win over Las Vegas Lights on Saturday, the Toros would have to travel to Los Angeles to play against an explosive LA Galaxy II.

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Down In The Valley – RGV vs SAC (9/13/17)

As many of you have noticed, I have become more involved with The Peel Podcast’s Down in the Valley segment alongside Dynamo Theory writer, Carson A. Merk. We are proud to state that The Peel is the only Houston Dynamo podcast that talks about RGVFC and Brazos Valley Cavalry. You can watch us live every Wednesday on Youtube at 7pm.

RGVFC Lose To Sacramento in Second Game at Papa Murphy’s Park

“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” -Murphy’s Law.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

Disclaimer: Any opinions written on this article are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of RGVFC, their staff, The Stampede Supporter’s Group, or any other persons related to the team.

Humiliation. If there was one word to describe Wednesday’s game against Sacramento, this would be it. Sacramento made RGVFC’s defense look like a Sunday League team. The ease at which the front three attackers for Sacramento created and finished opportunities in front of Angoitia’s goal was troubling to say the least.

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