Football Scores
Week 7
  • PSJA Southwest 10 VS PSJA North 17
    Final
  • Rio Grande City 14 VS Laredo Nixon 31
    Final
  • Edinburg North 28 VS Edinburg Economedes 14
    Final
  • Progreso 0 VS Raymondville 43
    Final
  • McAllen High 7 VS La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 17
    Final
  • Weslaco East 20 VS Harlingen High 17
    Final
  • Santa Maria 27 VS Three Rivers 53
    Final
  • Brownsville St. Joseph 56 VS Marine Military Academy 16
    Final
  • Brownsville Pace 34 VS Donna North 27
    Final
  • Grulla 16 VS Zapata 14
    Final
  • Brownsville Rivera 0 VS Weslaco High 72
    Final
  • Sharyland High 56 VS Sharyland Pioneer 49
    Final
  • La Joya High 7 VS McAllen Memorial 24
    Final
  • Monte Alto 0 VS Hebbronville 59
    Final
  • Mercedes 34 VS Edcouch-Elsa 14
    Final
  • Laredo Martin 51 VS Roma 17
    Final
  • Mission High 21 VS McAllen Rowe 27
    Final
  • Harlingen South 16 VS San Benito 48
    Final
  • Santa Gertrudis Academy 12 VS Santa Rosa 13
    Final
  • Valley View 12 VS Laredo Cigarroa 17
    Final
  • Rio Hondo 30 VS Wes Oso 15
    Final
  • Lyford 21 VS Bishop 9
    Final
  • PSJA High 45 VS Edinburg High 28
    Final
  • Donna High 52 VS Brownsville Porter 14
    Final
J. Geils Was Found Dead in His Home

J. Geils Was Found Dead in His Home

J. GEILS was found dead in his home in Groton, Massachusetts yesterday.  No one suspects foul play, but the police are still investigating.  They were called to the house at around 4:00 P.M. for a “well-being check.”

J. Geils was the founder and guitarist for The Alan Parsons Project.  Yeah, I’m kidding.  Sorry . . . humor helps me grieve.  J. Geils was the founder and guitarist for the J. GEILS BAND.  He was NOT the singer.  That’s PETER WOLF.

Wolf posted a Facebook message saying, quote, “Thinking of all the times we kicked it high and rocked down the house! R.I.P. Jay Geils.”

The band formed in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1967.  They recorded and toured throughout the ’70s, but hit their peak in the early ’80s, with a string of hits including Centerfold, Love Stinks, and Freeze Frame.

The band broke up in 1985, and didn’t get back together again until a 13-date tour in 1999.  They played the occasional show over the next decade or so.  But in 2012, he sued the rest of the band for touring and using the name without him.

Geils was also heavily into racing, and he founded a shop called KTR Motorsports.

(His real name was John Warren Geils Jr., by the way.)

(Rolling Stone)