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Story in Many Pics: Parkland Pounds Burges 45-6

In day two of the bi-district playoffs, the Burges Mustangs rode into Northeast El Paso to take on the Parkland Matadors.

Once in the famed ‘bullring,’ it was the Matadors who ended up on a bull run, beating Burges 45-6.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was there and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Blanks Riverside 49-0

The Parkland Matadors left the friendly confines of the Bullring in Northeast El Paso, journeying to within a long pass’ distance to the banks of the Rio Grande to take on the Riverside Rangers.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was on hand to watch the final regular season game, and brings you his view via this ‘Story in Many Pics’

 

 

Story in Many Pics: Del Valle Drops Parkland 50-24

It was homecoming night down in the Mission Valley, and the Del Valle Conquistadors were a team on a mission themselves, taking on the Parkland Matadors.

Our very own Steven Cottingham was on hand to watch the game and the crowning of the new court, and brings you his view of the entire night in this ‘Story in Many Pics’

Homecoming Queen is Janet Rodriguez and King is Julio Montellano

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Bests Bel Air 42-20

The Matadors traveled to Highlander country to take on the Big Red Machine Friday night.

Our very own Andres Acosta was on hand to watch the action, and brings you his view of the game in this ‘Story in Many Pics’

Parkland at Bel Air, Highlander Stadium, El Paso Texas September 22, 2017
Parkland at Bel Air, Highlander Stadium, El Paso Texas September 22, 2017

Matadors Play Spoiler at Bulldog Homecoming

Amidst grandstands packed with fans dressed in Columbia blue and red, the Socorro Bulldogs took on the Parkland Matadors for their homecoming game Friday night. 

With the stands filled with proud community members, the atmosphere was electric, even before the players stepped onto the football field. 

It was against this backdrop that the Bulldogs began the game strong, despite missing some key players on defense due to injuries. However it was a tough match, as they went down on the scoreboard early; but the determined Bulldogs weren’t going give up without a fight.

Senior Alex Olivas put Socorro on the board with a nice run from inside the Parkland 10 yard line. He later added a second score after securing a nice strike from Junior QB Jacob Luna.

The spark was no match though for the fast-paced Matador offense, as the Bulldogs fell 55-21.

“Scoring two touchdowns tonight sets the pace for my season, the team is putting their all and are never giving up,” Olivas stated. “The season is long and there’s always time for improvement.” 

Author: Briseida Rivera | Photographer: Evangelina Quiroga – Special to the Herald-Post

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