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Tickets on Sale Saturday for El Paso Coyotes’ Inaugural Season

The frenetic, fast-paced game of arena soccer is set to kick into high gear this month across the nation, and now in El Paso.

The Major Arena Soccer League will begin its third season on Oct. 29 and the El Paso Coyotes will make their debut on the road in a match against the Dallas Sidekicks.

The Coyotes then open their home season on Nov. 4 against the Sidekicks at the El Paso County Coliseum, 4100 E. Paisano. The schedule will feature 10 home games for the Coyotes.

The MASL was formed in 2014 by teams from the Professional Arena Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League. The league represents, according to the MASL, “the highest level of professional arena soccer in the world, and features teams across North America, with teams playing coast-to-coast in the United States and Mexico.”

In the MASL, teams are split into four divisions in two conferences, with eight teams in the Western Conference and nine in the Western Conference. The top two teams from each division will qualify for the postseason. The divisions are:

• Southwest Division: El Paso Coyotes, Atletico Baja, Dallas Sidekicks and Soles de Sonora

• Pacific Division: Ontario Fury, San Diego Sockers, Tacoma Stars and Turlock Express

• Eastern Division: Syracuse Silver Knights, Harrisburg Heat, Baltimore Blast andFlorida Tropics

• Central Division: Chicago Mustangs, Kansas City Comets, St. Louis Ambush, Milwaukee Wave and Cedar Rapids Rampage

Individual tickets to see the Coyotes in action will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, and will cost $5, $10, $15, $20 and $35. They will be available at the El Paso County Coliseum Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at 800-745-3000 and online.

Chihuahuan Desert Fiesta to Feature Coyotes, Rhinos and More

Over the past eleven years thousands of El Pasoans attending the Chihuahuan Desert Fiesta at Tom Mays Park have discovered the rugged beauty of Franklin Mountains State Park.  On Saturday, residents will get an additional treat: Coyotes will be lurking in Franklin Mountains State Park this weekend. So will Rhinos.

Players with the El Paso Coyotes soccer team and the El Paso Rhinos hockey team will take part in the 12th annual Chihuahuan Desert Fiesta from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17 at Tom Mays Unit off Transmountain Road.

Max the Coyote and Spike the Rhino, the official mascots for the teams, also will be there. The theme for this year’s celebration is “It’s Y(our) Desert”. It is an opportunity for our community to get together to celebrate our West Texas mountain region and our desert home, known as the Chihuahuan Desert.

The fiesta will feature music, dance groups, a prairie dog presentation, geology and biology activities, guided walks, Dutch oven cooking, animal displays, hikes, food and more.

The free event is held yearly to highlight Franklin Mountains State Park, which features an amazing landscape, hiking trails, and camping and picnic sites, surrounded by an undisturbed Chihuahuan Desert landscape.

Highlights of this year’s event will include local musician Brandon Baily Johnson opening the event with the National Anthem and playing to 10 a.m., a Chihuahuan Desert animal presentation at 11:30 featuring a prairie dog from the El Paso Zoo,  Serna Ranch Dutch Oven cooking and Cowboy coffee demonstration, guided walks and talks and education partner booths.

Live entertainment will be presented by the Parks and Recreation Department and local mascots will be attending helping to create a festive atmosphere and great photo ops for kids of all ages from 10am to noon.

The entertainment schedule will include – Champion Studio(Folkorico)- 12pm-12:30pm / Samathan Zumba Crew-(Low Impact Zumba)-12:45pm-1:15pm /Maru Zumba Crew-(Zumba)- 1:30pm- 2pm /April Ticket-(Duo)-2:15pm-2:45pm.

Please note that because of ongoing road construction this year access to Tom Mays and the fiesta is only westbound on the Trans Mountain Road (Loop 375).  The best and safest way to reach the park from the west side of El Paso is by taking I-10 east and then 54 north.  Exit on Loop 375 Trans Mountain Road, turn left under 54 and go west.

After passing over Smuggler’s Gap the park entrance will be on your right as you pass through the road construction zone.

Chihuahuan Desert Fiesta Posters 2016 White-winged Doves

El Paso Coyotes help Yucca Heights Elementary celebrate 1st-Ever Pep Rally

Normally when a coyote shows up at an elementary school, it’s quickly ‘shooshed’  away, but when that coyote is Max and he’s representing the city’s newest team, it’s a party.

The El Paso Coyotes had their first social event at Yucca Heights Elementary School in Chaparral (New Mexico); it was made even more special, as this was the school’s first ever Pep Rally.

Team President Gil Cantu and player Tito Moreira encouraged the kids to reach for their dreams. They also spoke about values, discipline and told the kids to never give up and to work hard in everything they do in life.

Tony Aleman, Owner of LAT studio was in attendance; as well as the Coyotes Dance Girls.

As the El Paso Coyotes mascot “MAX”  walked in, the kids excitedly ran to meet him for the first time. Max had several competitions for the students and presented soccer balls as prizes.

Owner Ricardo Caballero and Cantu were so grateful to Yucca Heights Elementary for inviting them to their new school, which they described as “beautiful.” They also thanked Principal Laura Pargas, Assistant principal Margarita Barraza and Counselor Mary Lou Chavez for all their support.

 

 

El Paso Coyotes Introduce Players, Dance Team and Mascot

The El Paso Coyotes, the city’s newest pro franchise, introduced key players, their mascot and dance team during a news conference on Thursday.  Coyotes management also introduced 3 1st Division players that have signed on with the indoor soccer team.

Tomas Campos is a Mexican professional player who was captain for Indios de Ciudad Juárez. He was part of the Cruz Azul squad that was the first Mexican team to reach the finals of the Copa Libertadores. A left-side defender, Campos earned seven caps for the Mexican National Team during the Korea-Japan World Cup in 2001 and 2002.

Campos was a member of the Juarez Indios when they won the championship and team officials added “because of his leadership he’s known as “El Capitan” (The Captain.)”

Juan Agusto “El Che” Gomez played professional soccer in Argentina and in Mexico with Tigres of UANL, he also played with Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz and with the Juarez Indios when they not only won the championship, but the promotional game to 1st division vs Leon.

“He is known for his incredible goals from outside the area and his great ability to move the ball.” Coyotes management shared.

Juan Daniel “Maleno” Frias is an icon for the El Paso-Juarez area. He played for Tigres of UANL, the El Paso Patriots and for the Juarez Indios where he was the leading striker with 30 goals. Another great accomplishment was going to Copa Libertadores playing with first division team Jaguarez de Chiapas.

The Coyotes also presented the Coyote Girls Dance Team. They are a group of professional dancers who dedicate their time to dancing and excelling at what they do. According to team officials, “They will be a accompanying the team to all social outings including school events, hospitals, homeless shelters and all of the Coyotes home games.”

Officials said, “Thanks to LAT Studio and their team, they were able to form a solid dance team that will help entertain the crowds at the games and give an electrifying feeling at all Coyote events.”

The El Paso Coyotes also unveiled their new mascot “Max” and also unveiled their home, visiting and their gala uniform.

Season tickets go on sale Friday August 26 at the El Paso County Coliseum from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  For more information call 915-400-4441.

Story in Many Pics: Meet Your New El Paso Coyote Dance Team

This weekend, our city’s newest professional team – the El Paso Coyotes – had tryouts their dance team at LAT Studios. Our very own Andres Acosta was there, and brings you his view of the tryouts.

day Two of the El Paso Coyotes Dance team tryouts being held at LAT Studios.
day Two of the El Paso Coyotes Dance team tryouts being held at LAT Studios.
El Paso Coyotes Dance team Captains Karen Portillo (pictured left) and Stephanie Rodriguez (pictured right)
El Paso Coyotes Dance team Captains Karen Portillo (pictured left) and Stephanie Rodriguez (pictured right)
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