• April 10, 2021

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Public art at new Coronado High campus to be created

Coronado alum and local artist David “Grave” Herrera never took an art class at his alma mater, but he hopes a new T-Bird mural he’s been commissioned to install on the new campus will make up for the missed opportunity. The 1990 graduate partnered with another El Paso artist, Jeremiah Navarro, to bid on a […]Read More

Gallery: Montwood bests Coronado 28-21

In a rare Monday night match up, the Montwood Rams headed west to take on the Coronado Thunderbirds at Quarles-Brooks Stadium. While the first quarter was a back and forth affair, the defenses took over the next three quarters, with the Rams able to topple the T-Bird’s D in the final quarter to take the […]Read More

Coronado alumni seek artists for new school mural

The Coronado Class of 2017 hopes to leave a lasting mark on their updated alma mater – even three years after they last roamed the halls of the Pride of the West Side. As part of their legacy gift to the campus, the alumni earmarked $10,000 from their four years of fundraising to commission a […]Read More

UTEP Volleyball Adds Coronado’s Sofia Sifuentes For 2019 Season

On Tuesday, the UTEP volleyball team announced the addition of defensive specialist/libero Sofia Sifuentes on Tuesday afternoon. Sifuentes, a native of El Paso, Texas, played her high school career at Coronado High School. In her senior year she helped lead the T-Birds to a 36-7 record, earning a district championship and a Regional Semifinal appearance in […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Coronado Tops Socorro 48-20

The Coronado Thunderbirds flew across town to take on the Socorro Bulldogs Friday Night at the Student Activities Center. The home-standing Bulldogs put up a fight, but the T-Birds would top the ‘Dawgs, 48-20. Our very own Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and we bring you his view of the game in this ‘Story in […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Franklin Mauls Coronado 44-0 to Claim

On a chilly Thursday night at UTEP’s Sun Bowl, one of the city’s fiercest rivalries played out once again as the Franklin Cougars took on the Coronado Thunderbirds. While the T-Birds were the host team this year, the Cougars made themselves right at home on the Miner’s Turf, grabbing the WestSide Bowl trophy with a […]Read More