After a long inclement weather break, Liga HEB returned to action Wednesday night. In a pair of contentious matches, Hurst City and Atlético staked their claim to the top of the table. In Tier II, Spartans and Raiders set themselves up for their own high-stakes matchup in the regular-season finale. With one game left, the only thing we know for sure is that Hurst City will make the playoffs.

Hurst City Tops Real Euless, 4-1

Atlético Too Much for Bedford in 2-0 Win

Spartans Close to Tier II Title After 3-0 Victory

Raiders Survive Blackhawk Comeback Bid, 3-1



  1. kerolis boles on March 4, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    is the games that got canceled because of the rain are we still going to play these games

    • Steven Jones on March 17, 2020 at 2:31 pm

      We can’t be sure yet. If HEB ISD resumes school, we will work around testing schedules to try and make up a few matches and reschedule both the Champions Cup Match and All-Star Game. Updates on social media as they become available.

  2. Thomas Zaki on March 30, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    If there will be a summer school program over this upcoming summer will we continue the season or will it be cancelled?

    • Steven Jones on March 31, 2020 at 9:45 am

      Hey Thomas,

      We can’t be sure how things will play out until the district puts their final plan in place. We’re hoping that we get the chance to play a shortened season after everyone returns to school, and we will do whatever we can to keep that option on the table. Ultimately, however, we can’t make plans for certain until the Social Distancing period is over and we can meet with HEB ISD officials to take stock of our options.


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