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Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 4:56pm

Pro Sports

Lacy Excelling on WNBA Stage

Former UTEP women’s basketball player Natasha Lacy has been thriving in her rookie season with the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock.

Diablos Drop 4th Straight

4-10 is not where the El Paso Diablos wanted to be through 14 games of the regular season, but that's where they sit, with the worst record in the American Association.

Magic Stay Alive in Playoffs, Diablos Fall at Sioux Falls

Wednesday, May 26: The NBA's Eastern Conference Finals have just got interesting, thanks to the Orlando Magic's 2nd consecutive victory over the Boston Celtics.

Richardson, Lacy and Tulsa Shock Lose to Phoenix

Nolan Richardson has taken his "40 Minutes of Hell" to the WNBA's Tulsa shock as their first year head coach and he's getting help from UTEP grad Natasha Lacy coming off the bench.

Williams Wins in 1st Round of French Open

Whistles and whispers circulated through the stands at Court Suzanne Lenglen on Sunday, a reaction brought about not by Venus Williams' play at the French Open, but rather by her outfit.

Landis Admits Doping, Implicates Armstrong

Lance Armstrong has denied allegations made by disgraced American cyclist Floyd Landis, who accused the seven-time Tour de France champion of doping. "It's our word against his word," Armstrong said in Visalia,

Lookin At Lucky Wins 2010 Preakness Stakes

Lookin at Lucky won the Preakness, ending Super Saver's bid to become the first Triple Crown winner in 32 years.

Lacy, Richardson Prepare for WNBA with the Tulsa Shock

TULSA SHOCK 2009: 18-16, tied for 2nd in East; beat Atlanta 2-0 in conference semifinals; lost to Indiana 2-1 in conference finals. COACH: Nolan Richardson (El Paso Bowie, Texas Western), first season.

Preakness Nears with El Paso Ties

El Paso native Bill Casner and his Kentucky Derby-winning horse Super Saver are ready for the 2nd leg of the triple crown at tomorrow's Preakness Stakes.

Mickens Has Fun with Golf Tournament, Palmer Speaks about Football Camp

Today's Ray Mickens Celebrity Golf Tournament at Painted Dunes brought NFL players with El Paso ties and some former Dallas Cowboys to the Sun City to raise money for the Ray Mickens Champions Fund, which finances programs like Saturday mor

Ray Mickens Plans to Give Back This Weekend in El Paso

Thursday, May 13: Former NFl Defensive Back Ray Mickens is back in El Paso, to help his foundation with a charity golf tournament and organize a free football camp.

An Airman Returns Home to a Hero's Welcome

Sunday, May 9: Larry Ochoa has been trying to play on the Heroes of the Diamond Military All-Star team for three years.. but deployments to Germany and Iraq to serve in the Air Force have prevented him from getting called up to the show.

Braden Pitches Perfect Game, Woods Withdraws from TPC

Dallas Braden pitched the 19th perfect game in major league history, a dazzling performance for the Athletics in a 4-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday. Braden threw his arms in the air after Gabe Kapler grounded out

Diablos Host Exhibition Game Against Military

Saturday, May 8: The El Paso Diablos will open up the season at home on Thursday, May 13 against Sioux City at 7:00pm.

Leipheimer Wins Tour of the Gila, Armstrong Finished 17th

Sunday, May 2: Lance Armstrong finished in 17th place in his second straight Tour of the Gila in Silver City, New Mexico. Levi Leipheimer won his 2nd straight Tour of the Gila, holding off Tom Danielson by 59 seconds today.