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Story in Many Pics: Hanks Tames El Paso High Tigers 36-28

The new-look Hanks Knights took a trip to central to take on the grandaddy of all local high schools – El Paso High.

R.R. Jones Stadium played host to the week two contest between the Knights and the Tigers, and while the home team wasn’t victorious, the contest was yet another memorable one for the historic stadium.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings 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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