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Story in Many Pics: Ysleta Blasts Past Bel Air 57-27

The Ysleta Indians headed north Friday night, landing in Big Red country to take on the Bel Air Highlanders.

The undefeated Indians played with determination, bolstered by an undefeated record, and while the Highlanders put up a good fight, the Tribe was too much, downing them 57-27.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings you his view of the battle in this “Story in Many Pics.”

About Steve Zimmerman

Steve is a writer, photographer, and poet. In addition to his freelance work for the El Paso Herald-Post, he is a videographer, and is launching a weekly podcast based on his forthcoming book, “Leap of Fatih” which will be released in 2019 from HarperCollins. Through his company, Still Going Somewhere, he is producing a series of micro-documentaries with individuals who have survived the Holocaust. You can contact Steven at 915-201-0918, or by email at steven@epheraldpost.com. To learn more about Steven, visit his webpage at www.StillGoingSomewhere.com

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3 comments

  1. Great game. One kid got taken by EMS. Do you got an update on him?

  2. I’ve heard all kinds of things about him and his injury. Today, I heard from his family. He’s fine and has been released from the hospital.

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