2010- began season in the CRAFL, missing the playoffs that season.
2011- After 2010 season, Golden Crescent Raiders and the Texans merged teams including bringing over General Manager Jeff Magnia and Head Coach Kevin Black. Texans hosted the Texas Wranglers in the first annual CASA Bowl, winning 19-6.
2012- Texans went as far as conference championship game, losing to eventual champion Edinburgh Landsharks, 25-12.
2013- The team went 14-0 and won CRAFL III Bowl championship. Texans were also named “2A Team of the Year” and had the “2A Player of the Year (Showtime Williams). The team lost beloved teammate, Quinton Moore, Jr and honored him by winning it all that season.
2014- Guzman moved the team to the TUFA (Texas United Football League). Texans won the Lonestar East Division and were the Primetime Conference Runners Up. Texans played in the conference championship game, losing to the 3rd Coast Hard Hittaz, 12-6.
2015- GM Jeff Magnia retired from semi pro football during preseason. Texans played in the conference championship game for the third year in a row and lost to the eventual TUFA Champions, Texas Red Raiders. Corey Boyd retires as head coach with a 33-4 record.
2016- Texans franchise moves to Bay City and to the DTFA. Bay City lost to eventual conference runner-up, Texas Spartans.
Former Victoria Texans General Manager Jeff Magnia was inducted into the Minor League Football Hall of Fame for his time as a GM, a broadcaster, and journalist for Amateur Football Digest. His nomination came from fellow HOF Member(Class of 2015) and AFD Editor Mark Trueblood.
2017-Texans move back to Victoria and change their team name to the Victoria Hurricanes. Corey Boyd came out of retirement to coach the newly formed Hurricanes.
After making the change, the Hurricanes blew through the CRAFL season with a perfect 14-0 record, defeating all in astonishing fashion with 493 points scored and allowing 61 points. Victoria led most of the season as the number #1 ranked team in the state of Texas. The Hurricanes swept through the season and nearly met their match in CRAFL Bowl VII against the very worthy, Wharton County Panthers from the North Conference. The final was 26-22. The game came to be the closest game that the Hurricanes would have all season.
During the offseason, two beloved members of the team passed away. Germany “Bobo” Williams, who played during the season passed from undisclosed incident. While former Victoria Texans Assistant Coach Roy Moore lost his battle with cancer.
In some positive news, team owner Rudy Guzman was inducted into the Minor League Football Hall of Fame. Guzman was nominated by HOF Inductee Jeff Magnia (Class of 2016).
The 2018 season continued where 2017 left off as the Hurricanes went through the regular season undefeated and leading the rankings in Texas. The winning streak came to a sudden halt in CRAFL Bowl VIII against the #2 ranked Houston Ducks. The Ducks defeated the previous year champions, 20-8.
Head Coach Corey Boyd and Showtime Williams announced their retirements from the team. Boyd leaves a legacy of winning that will be hard to match. His final record, 59 wins 5 losses. Williams retires after playing much of the season injured. His elusiveness and exciting play was the talk of the state much of his career. His number #2 is also retired. It is the second number in team history to receive such an honor.
GM: Donnie Butler
2019- The Hurricanes picked up the winning as they waltzed through the season undefeated with the #1 seed and home field advantage throughout the playoffs under the leadership of new Head Coach Jojo Barnes. Barnes replaced retired HC Corey Boyd. After not playing football for almost a month, the Hurricanes had to play a multi-Saturday game against the Austin Vipers. A power outage foiled the second half. The Vipers took the win, 14-12. The Hurricanes finished 10-1. Team owner Rudy Guzman announces that the team is for sale, as he announced his retirement from football.
GM: Donnie Butler
Head Coach: Jojo Barnes.
And gridiron adventure has been completed.