The Eastlake Falcons flew west to the campus of Burges High to take on the Mustangs in a Thursday Night Lights contest.
The Falcons and the Mustangs traded the lead numerous times, but in the end, Burges claimed the win, 35-27
Our very own Johnny Yturales was there and we bring you his view of the contest in this ‘Game in Many Pics.’
Next week, Alvin and Aaron Jones return to familiar turf, hosting their annual – and sold out – Youth Skills Camp.
The Jones Brothers will be surrounded by the familiar yellow and purple of Burges High’s Mustang stadium, as well as over 1000 young El Pasoans looking to follow in their footsteps.
Alvin Jones, Senior stopped by our Herald Post studio to talk with Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta about the camp, Alvin, Aaron and what to expect with the camp and the upcoming season.
For more info about the camp, visit aaronjones33.com or alvinjonesjr.com
The Burges Mustangs rode into Midland’s Grande Communication Stadium Friday night to take on the Northwest Texans for Round Two of the Texas High School Football Playoffs.
The Mustangs battled bravely, but the Texans were the team who came out on top 48-14.
David Lord, Special Photographer for the Herald Post, was there and we bring you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics.’
The Burges Mustangs headed to the Lower Valley to take on the Riverside Rangers Friday night at the newly-renamed Tom Work Field at Riverside Stadium.
The Rangers did their best, but the Mustangs would not be denied after last week’s win-as-a-tie, and won the game 41-6.
In a game that saw a little bit of everything, including a technical delay that has the actual score of the game in doubt, the Parkland Matadors traveled up the road to take on the Burges Mustangs.
After a lightning delay that lasted just over 30 minutes, the lights on the visitor’s side at Mustang Stadium would not come back on, resulting in some sort of agreement that the game would end in a tie.
600ESPN’s Adrian Broaddus summed the entire night up in a tweet:
Our very own Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and brings you the action in this ‘Story in Many Pics’
The Burges Mustangs rode into the beautiful Northeast nest of the Eagles Friday night, looking for back-to-back wins, but Andress was ready and defended their home turf 51-7.
Our very own Andres Acosta was there, and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics’
In a key 1-5a matchup Thursday night, not even a 35 minute lightning delay could deny the Burges Mustangs a victory over the visiting Austin Panthers.
Our very own Andres Acosta was there and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics’
For 90 years, Ysleta Indian faithful have switched on the lights in the Mission Valley, strapped on the helmets and pads, and played Texas High School Football.
On Friday night, the Burges Mustangs rolled into the valley looking to spoil the Indian’s 90th season opener. It was not a good nite for the Tribe, as the Mustangs stampeded the Indians 30-0.