• September 25, 2020

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Game in Many Pics: Wichita Falls ends Parkland’s season 42-14

The playoff edition of Friday Night Lights got underway at Midland’s Grande Communications Stadium, as the Parkland Matadors took on Wichita Falls Coyotes. While the Battle in the Basin was all tied up at the half, the Coyotes came out and – taking advantage of Parkland turnovers – scored and shut down the Matadors en […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Parkland handles Hanks 56-41

It was a battle of Ysleta ISD rivals as Northeast took on East El Paso, with Parkland traveling to Hanks Friday night. The Knights were valiant in the defense of their kingdom, but the relentless charge of the Matadors led them to a 56-41 victory. Our very own Johnny Yturales was there and we bring […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Matadors Fall to Randall Raiders

Friday night, the Parkland Matadors charged into the Permian Basin on a mission to scuttle the Randall Raiders at Ratliff Stadium. The anticipated match-up lived up to its hype, with both teams trading TD’s like heavyweight boxers in a championship fight.  In the end, the Raiders were able to get that last touchdown – plus […]Read More

Story In Many Pics: Parkland Downs Irvin 48-12

It was a battle of Northeast El Paso playoff powers, as the Irvin Rockets took a short flight over to the Bullring and the Parkland Matadors. While Parkland was the host for the contest, they certainly were not inviting in the least, steamrolling the Rockets on the way to a 48-12 victory. Our very own Johnny […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Powers Past Hanks 56-28

The Beasts of the Northeast – Parkland Matadors – played host to the Hanks Knights Friday night under the lights at the Bullring. The Matadors came out of the gate with power, and while the Knights held for a bit, it would be Parkland’s night as they won 56-28 Our very own  Johnny Yturales was […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Parkland Pounds Jefferson 55-6

Thursday night again kicked off the week’s football action, as the Parkland Matadors ran south to meet up with the Jefferson Silver Foxes at their still-new home field. The Matadors made the most of the trip to South-Central, topping the Foxes 55-6. Our very own Andres ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and brings you his view […]Read More