• May 5, 2021

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Gallery+Story: Clint takes down El Paso High 61-15

The Clint Lions came into central El Paso and showed the El Paso Tigers exactly who is the real king of the gridiron jungle. Clint Coach Rosvel Rodriquez used 8 different running backs and two different quarterbacks to beat El Paso High 61-15. Offensively Jesus Rocha – my choice for the player of the game […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Jefferson jolts El Paso 35-14

It was a tale of two halves between the El Paso High Tigers and Jefferson Silver Foxes at R. R. Jones Stadium, where defense and turnovers were the stars of the game. While the Tigers went into halftime with a 7-3 lead, it was the Foxes who would come storming back.  Thanks to turnovers and […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Irvin outlasts El Paso 26-23

The Irvin Rockets took flight to historic R.R. Jones Stadium Friday night to take on the El Paso High Tigers. In what turned out to be a back and forth battle, the Rockets and Tigers fought hard, with Irvin edging El Paso 26-23. Our very own Johnny Yturales was at the game and we bring you […]Read More

El Paso High senior named National Merit Scholarship semifinalist

The prestigious and competitive National Merit Scholarship Corporation has named its list of semifinalists and an El Paso High Tiger is among the students selected. Isabella Morales is one of 16,000 National Merit semifinalists in the country, and one of only five El Pasoans who made the cut. “It’s exciting,” said Morales, a senior who […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Bel Air tames Tigers 62-0

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 […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Scorpions sting Tigers 22-14

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 […]Read More