South Texas
Hunting and Cattle Ranches
for Sale
in Deep South Texas Brush Country

Leonel "Muy Grande" Garza leading his own
"MUY GRANDE WHITETAIL DEER" contest in Freer, Texas
with this 28 1/2 " spread deer taken in Duval County, Nov. 2012!!

Leonel Garza (left) and Tommy Molina

The 1964 San Diego Vaquero Basketball team was recently honored to be the GRAND MARHALLS of the PURO PARTY Festival parade.
L-R: Lupe Ibarra, Aaron Cubriel (representing his grandfather, Coach Anthony Cubriel, deceased),
Homero Rosas, Tommy Molina, Coach Modesto Garcia, Manuel Esparza, Carlos Trevino, Ruben Escobar.

Not able to attend: Walter Reyna, Luis Barrera, Roel Perez, Orlando Oliveira, Raul DeLeon, and Esteban Contreras (manager)

Rene Morales, Dozer Service owner/operator and Paul Chapa on Chapa's new Duval County Ranch

Tommy & Modesto Garcia, San Diego High School Basketball & Track coach in 1960's.
Coached only team from San Diego (1964) to make it to State Basketball Tournament.
Won District Champinship in Basketball and Track/Field several consecutive years in the 1950's & 1960's.
Coached in Falfurrias, Rio Grande and Brownsville after leaving San Diego.
Mo is a member of Texas Coaching Association Hall of Fame. He's retired and living in Brownsville, Texas.


Houston Astro GREAT, J.R. Richard, and Tommy
at Grand Opening of the new MUY GRANDE Village, Freer, Texas, Nov. 1. 2008

Leonel Garza and his daughter, Imelda,
at the Grand Opening of the NEW Muy Grande Village, Freer, Texas Nov. 1, 2008


the starting 5 on our 1964 team that was the State AA Semifinalist

1. Manuel Esparza, 1963 All State Football, played football at Texas Lutheran, was, in my opinion best all-round
athlete on team, now in Insurance/money management business in Alice, Texas.

2. Lupe Ibarra, Retired, long time law enforcement career, in Houston & here in San Diego. Best ball handler on team.

3. Tommy Molina - Rice University - 4 years Basketball

4. Carlos "Chale" Trevino, the only Junior on the team, 1964 State Cross Country runner up... currently the Food Services Director for San Diego ISD, and also, long time un-official basketball coach. His son is currently the SDISD head Basket ball coach.

5. Walter Reyna, All State Track and field 1964 Cross Country Champ, Miler and 3 mile runner at Baylor U. 1964-68, currently in Ins/Investment business in McAllen Texas.

Carlos Lopez, Supt. of Schools Freer ISD,
ex-University of Houston football player

Goose hunt with Compadre/hunting guide,
Ruben Escobar

Chris Ruhman, Tex A&M/Cleveland Browns

Praxedis Guerra, VP Bank of Alice

Ty Detmer, Brigham Young U./Heismann Trophy winner/Cleveland Browns

University of Texas Great, "the Galloping Gaucho"
now Texas Veterans Land Appraiser, Rene Ramirez

Epi Gonzalez, Management Consultant,
Coastal Corp.
Leonel Garza and Duval County District Clerk/
Ranch Consultant - Ricky Barton
Leonel Garza and former State Rep
Hugo Berlanga

Rice University 60's Basketball team re-union.

Standing: L/R, Jim Hubenak, Farrar Stockton, Doug McKendrick, Tommy Molina,
Sitting: L/R, Bob Rule, Johnny Coles

Tommy Molina and Frank Mandola, Rice U. 1965-69 football/baseball player, Houston restauranteer