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Xavier Delgado

Xavier Delgado

Xavier Delgado is in his only year on staff and his final year at Metea Valley. He spends his time producing and listening to music while paying attention to football. He also enjoys family time.

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Wrestling, despite being physically taxing and mentally arduous, has numerous benefits for those that participate in it.

Wrestlers balance the pros and cons of their sport

Xavier Delgado and Alanna Bucher
September 22, 2023

There are risks and rewards in every sport, but wrestling pushes these risks to another level. As a wrestler in a combat sport, injuries are inevitable and athletes have to consider the fact that they...

While spectators only see the physical struggle on the field, the mental battlefield of trash talk and taunting is equally relevant in football games.

Trash talking is a staple of high school football

Charlie Davidson, Jake Sonetz, and Xavier Delgado
September 12, 2023

Trash talk is a staple in sports. Many people trash talk because they’re high on adrenaline and emotion, but people also use it as a strategy that can throw people off their game. With access to social...

In spite of multiple injuries and fouls, the Mustangs persevered and took the loss with grace.

Metea football takes second season loss with grace

Charlie Davidson and Xavier Delgado
September 6, 2023

The Mustangs’ varsity football team went on the road for the first time in the young season, losing 15-12 in an emotional rollercoaster versus the Wildcats of Plainfield Central this past Friday. The...

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