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“For us, everything we do is done in respect with the Apache name,” Antonian athletic director Devlyn Lovell said.“Some people believe 'Redskins' is more of a derogatory term, so I can understand the sensitivity to that.” The Harlandale Indians use the same logo and color scheme as the Washington Redskins, but Harlandale ISD athletic director Rudy De Los Santos says there is a big difference.
But few in this Rio Grande Valley town of 15,798, where the Indian mascots and motifs go back generations, are likely to agree.“Originally, there was some resistance because it was tradition,” Reeves said.“One of the biggest obstacles (to making a change) is tradition.” Reeves said he changed his opinion about the name change after he saw the enthusiasm students showed in that process.“If that's what made them happy, I was OK with it,” Reeves said.“As long as the kids were playing their sports, that's all that mattered.” Outside of occasional requests by Indian-interest groups over the years, the Harlandale Indians and Antonian Apaches have avoided similar controversy.Donna high school quarterback Austin Nash, 18, (from left), cheerleaders Alyssa Soto, 17, Cristine Valdez, 17, and others wait for the start of a pep rally Friday Oct. less Donna high school quarterback Austin Nash, 18, (from left), cheerleaders Alyssa Soto, 17, Cristine Valdez, 17, and others wait for the start of a pep rally Friday Oct. more DONNA — The Donna Redskins take the field at Bennie La Prade Stadium, known locally as “The Reservation,” by running through a canvas banner that resembles a teepee.
Cheerleaders wear moccasins and are dressed like Indian princesses.
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The San Antonio ISD let students decide whether to change the name, and then trustees approved the switch based on the students' recommendation.
Diz Reeves, who was SAISD's athletic director from 1995 until his retirement in 2002, initially had mixed feelings about the decision.
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