By ESTEVAN MEDRANO
Port Isabel-South Padre Press
Bobcats are solitary and elusive, relying on camouflage and stealth, as they are the smallest of the Lynx genus species. The tarpon, a premier saltwater game fish in many areas, has existed since prehistoric times, vulnerable to a number of land and sea predators throughout its life.
Don’t expect these passive traits to be represented come Friday night when the Rio Hondo Bobcats (5-1) and Port Isabel Tarpons (6-0) meet for their annual grudge match, which is sure to bring out the animal in both opponents and their fanbases.
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