• September 26, 2021

Tags : pebble hills high school

Gallery: Troopers trample Pebble Hills 42-0

It was all Eastwood Monday night as the Troopers took on the Pebble Hills Spartans in a YISD-SISD showdown. The Troopers were dominant, as the Spartans were unable to stop Eastwood’s offense en route to a 42-0 loss. Our very own Andres Acosta was there and we bring you his view of the game via […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: San Angelo survives Spartans 44-40

Friday night football action got off to an early and exciting start, thanks to a prime time matchup between San Angelo Central and Pebble Hills at Socorro ISD’s Student Activities Center – the SAC. The Spartans and the Bobcats battled all afternoon, with the tally of points growing as long as the early evening shadows.  […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Pebble Hills halts Huskies 31-13

In game two of a double header at Socorro ISD’s Student Activities Center – the SAC – Friday night, the Pebble Hills Spartans hosted the Chapin Huskies. The Spartans again defended their home field, sending Chapin home with a loss, 31-13 Our very own ‘Ace’ Acosta was there and we bring you his view of […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Midland edges Pebble Hills 43-42

The Pebble Hills Spartans headed to the Permian Basin Friday night to take on Midland High. The Spartans and the Bulldogs went toe-to-toe the entire game, but Midland prevailed, eking out a one point victory. Our very own David Lord was there and we bring you his view of the contest in this ‘Game in […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Spartans stop Aztecs 54-12

In a battle of SISD powerhouses, the Pebble Hills Spartans hosted their rivals the El Dorado Aztecs at the Crown Jewel of the Far East – the Socorro Activities Center. The Aztecs started well, but the Spartans would defend their home turf, sending El Dorado packing 54-12. Our very own Chief Photographer ‘Ace’ Acosta was […]Read More

SISD students recycle to create wearable art, Pieces featured in

Two Socorro Independent School District schools brought fashion and trash together by creating wearable art. Students from William D. Slider Middle School and Pebble Hills High School used coffee filters, magazines, newspapers, clothing or whatever they could find in their classroom or home for their projects. Several pieces of their collections were included in the […]Read More

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