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Herald-Post Streaming Radio: Thursday Night Football REPLAYS

Herald-Post Streaming Radio returns for 2017 with a full slate of Thursday Night Football games.

Building on the long tradition of Football Friday Night on 600ESPN El Paso, Thursday Night Football will highlight the area’s best match ups all the way through the 2017 Playoffs.

In partnership with 600ESPN El Paso, Herald-Post Streaming radio will be bringing football fans all the excitement of Texas High School football to any web-enabled device.

To listen to the game on a mobile device, tablet, in-car web enabled entertainment system

  • Visit El Paso Herald-Post Streaming Radio Page
  • Bookmark the page and save to your device’s homepage.
  • No need for an APP or Program Downloads.

To listen to the replay of the game, click on the team match up below.

2017 Thursday Night Football Schedule 2017 

8/31 Irvin vs Pebble Hills – FIRST HALF  |  SECOND HALF

8/31 Eastlake vs El Dorado – FIRST HALF  |  SECOND HALF

9/7 Andress vs Pebble Hills – FIRST HALF | SECOND HALF



9/28 Socorro vs Montwood (7p)

10/5 Andress vs Bowie (630p)

10/12 Hanks vs Eastlake (4p)  +  Franklin vs Montwood (730p)

10/19 Austin vs Burges (630p)  |  Socorro vs Pebble Hills (7P)**

10/26 Horizon vs Eastlake (7p)

11/2 Franklin vs Coronado (6p)

11/9 Americas vs Franklin (7p)   |  Pebble Hills vs El Dorado**

11/11 Jefferson vs Bowie (2p) Sun Bowl


**Denotes Possible ‘FLEX’ Game

If you’d like to have your business featured on Thursday Night Football, call Herald-Post interactive social media advertising department at 915-315-1478 for rates and availability.

About Chris Babcock

Editor in Chief: El Paso Herald-Post, Chris began his long journey in Journalism back in the early 70’s. Armed with a Bell and Howell 8mm camera and tape recorder. Chris would go on to document such events as the great plastic dinosaur attack on Tornillo, GI Joe’s dramatic rescue of Barbie from a backyard mud pit and a massive toy train derailment caused by Godzilla. FULL BIO

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One comment

  1. Your suppose to be announcers. You all are so one sided. And obviously pebble hills fans. Very unprofessional. I will not be coming to this site again. Very confusing trying to understand what your saying.