The Bel Air Highlanders took to the historic high school football stadium high above the city – R.R. Jones Stadium – to take on the El Paso High Tigers.
The Big Red Machine did not let up, shutting out the homestanding Tigers 62-0.
Our very own Johnny Yturales was there and we bring your his view of the contest in this, ‘Game in Many Pics.’
Friday night, the Horizon Scorpions made the trek from the High Desert to historic R.R. Jones Stadium, on the campus of El Paso High, to take on the always-tough Tigers.
While the Tigers defended their home turf, Horizon was just too much as the Scorpions took the game 22 to 14.
Our very own Kevin Venegas was there and we bring you his view of the contest in this ‘Game in Many Pics.’
On a rainy Friday night, the borderland’s original rivalry game – The 87th Battle of the Claw – took place at historic R.R. Jones Stadium, overlooking the twinkling lights of El Paso.
As with previous editions, this one was a pitched battle between the two long-time rivals but as the scoreboard read ’00:00,’ it was the Austin Panthers who claimed the claw with a 14-0 win over the El Paso High Tigers.
Our very own Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics’
In an EPISD battle between Central and the Northeast, the Irvin Rockets hosted the El Paso High Tigers Friday night.
The visiting Tigers did their best to overtake Irvin, but in the end, the Rockets soared, downing El Paso High 49-35
Our very own Johnny Yturales was there and brings you his view of the game in this “Story in Many Pics”
The El Paso High Tigers came down from their lair at the base of the Franklin Mountains Friday night and paid a visit to the Bel Air Highlanders.
Facing a tough battle, the Tigers finally shut down the Big Red Machine 35 to 21.
Our very own Julio Vasquez was there and brings you his view of the game via this Story in Many Pics.
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.
El Paso High continues its Centennial Celebration with a legacy series on “100 years of Excellence in Military,” Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7pm at El Paso High School R.R Jones Stadium (800 E. Schuster Ave) Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
El Paso High School Alumni is celebrating the 100th birthday of the National Historic Building and is honoring EPHS service men and women.
The program features military history including distinguished EPHS graduates like James “Buster” Biggs, Class of 1917, for whom Biggs Army Airfield was named, Lt William Dean Hawkins, USMC, Class of 1931, WWII Medal of Honor recipient (posthumous), and others up through the current conflicts in the Middle East.
The interactive portion of the program will include several drill teams, the music of the 1st Armored Division Band, and a Review of the EPHS JROTC Cadets. For additional information call 449-5720.
El Paso High School, also known as The Lady on the Hill, is rich with history and excellence and its centennial is a perfect opportunity to showcase our legacy. We invite the community to join us for these enriching and educational sessions.
El Paso High School is not only known for it’s beauty, history and traditions, but is also known for it’s academic excellence.El Paso High was recently identified as one of “America’s Best High Schools” as reported by U.S. News & World Report and has received all Distinctions from TEA for the past three years.
Students, faculty, and parents have been collaborating and preparing for a wonderful Centennial Year of Celebrations. For more information, visit our Centennial Web page at www.ephscentennial.com
As El Paso High School celebrates its 100th Anneversary, the public is invited for the second in the El Paso The High School Centennial Legacy series: 100 Years of Excellence in Sports. The presentation is set to start at 7:00 p.m. in the El Paso High School Auditorium (800 E. Schuster Ave.) Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
The program will feature a parade of former varsity athletes, cheerleaders, trainers, and beloved former coaches, all returning to their alma mater to participate in the parade. Four decades of cheerleaders will be represented and eight decades of athletes.
State champions such as Bobby Goldfarb (1944) and cheerleader Martha Lou Florence Broaddus (1957) will participate in the fun filled event. Current EPHS coaches will join in as well.
The program will feature Sandy Aaronson, class of 1964, member of the Golf Hall of Fame speaking about the history of women’s sports and Ray Sanchez, class of 1945, renowned sports writer, will cover men’s sports through the decades.
The EPHS Pep Band will lead the Fight Song and cheers will be led by an alumni cheering squad. An encore reception will follow the performance.
Media Event Details:
Date: Thursday, March 24, 2016
Time: 7 pm
Place: El Paso High School Auditorium – 800 E. Schuster Ave.