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Home | Sports | High School | Story in Many Pics: Ysleta Remains Unbeaten, Indians Down Eagles 18-15

Story in Many Pics: Ysleta Remains Unbeaten, Indians Down Eagles 18-15

For the Mighty Tribe in the Valley, the Ysleta Indians faced one of the toughest battles of the 2018 season, hosting the always-tough Canutillo Eagles.

As Mother Nature opened up her sprinklers, both teams battled it out on the thoroughly-soaked YHS turf.  In the end, the Indians prevailed, edging the Eagles 18-15.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and we now bring you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

 

About Steven Cottingham

Steven Cottingham is a writer, photographer, and poet. In addition to his work for the El Paso Herald-Post, he is a videographer for AJ+, is launching a weekly podcast based on his forthcoming book, “Leap of Fatih” which will be released November 2018 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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  1. Thank You Mr Cottingham for taking a picture of my son Mariano Crespin #23 Canutillo High School 🏈🔶🔷👏

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