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Parkland Matadors vs Randall Raiders, TX High School Football Area Round Playoffs, Ratliff Stadium, Odessa Tx, November 23, 2018, Andres Acosta | El Paso Herald-Post

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Matadors Fall to Randall Raiders 38-28

Friday night, the Parkland Matadors charged into the Permian Basin on a mission to scuttle the Randall Raiders at Ratliff Stadium.

The anticipated match-up lived up to its hype, with both teams trading TD’s like heavyweight boxers in a championship fight.  In the end, the Raiders were able to get that last touchdown – plus a field goal –  taking the game 38-28.

Our very own Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and we bring you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

Parkland Matadors vs Randall Raiders, TX High School Football Area Round Playoffs, Ratliff Stadium, Odessa Tx, November 23, 2018, Andres Acosta | El Paso Herald-Post

About Andres Acosta

Photojournalist / Sports Photographer I am fueled by the challenge to capture that "Special Moment" Covering : Sporting events at all levels which include youth, Prep, College and Professional Special Events: Concerts Fashion Beauty Pageants Do you have an event that you want us to cover? Email me at- ace@epheraldpost.com Andres is available for freelance assignments and travel throughout Texas and New Mexico

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