Sports

Diablos Fall on Friday Night

The Cats and Diablos played a tight contest Friday night. And though El Paso never led, the club did manage to tie the score at three in the sixth and prevent starting Fort Worth pitcher Daniel Schmidt from factoring in the decision.

UTEP Dominates Houston Baptist, 4-0

Freshman Amanda Pak scored twice, including a spectacular half-volley bicycle kick, to help lead the way in a 4-0 UTEP rout of Houston Baptist at University Field Friday evening.

Aggies Win Home Opener 4-0

In the home opener, the New Mexico State soccer team defeated Prairie View A&M, 4-0, for its first victory of the season. The Aggies had four freshmen score their first career goals in the match.

Volleyball Tournaments Begin

There are a pair of volleyball tournaments this weekend, one at UTEP and one at Franklin High School.

Former Mayfield Trojan Named to U.S. Soccer National Team for Upcoming Friendlies

U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has named a squad of 24 players to prepare for the upcoming friendlies against Costa Rica and Belgium. The U.S. first hosts Costa Rica on Sept.

Rodriguez To Fight in Cohen Stadium

According to Zeferino Entertainment, with a successful KO win over Former WBA Champion Owen “What the Heck” Beck, Undefeated Heavyweight David Rodriguez is eager and ready to defend his newly crowned WBC Fecombox title, titled &ldqu

District Attorney Talks About Repeat Drunk Drivers

EL PASO - Police say ten El Paso drivers arrested for DWI within the past month are repeat offenders. All of them have been arrested for driving drunk three or more times before. So, how can someone rack up multiple DWI's? We asked the District Attorney and reviewed the case history of each repeat offender to find out.

LCPS to Webcast High School Football Games

LAS CRUCES – The LCPS website will begin webcasting high school football games this fall.

UTEP Coach Tim Floyd Roast Benefit Dinner

UTEP Men’s Basketball Coach Tim Floyd will be Roasted to raise money for the El Paso Child Guidance Center.  All monies will benefit El Paso area children, adults and families!

Aggies, TCU make AP Top 25; Oklahoma #1

Earlier this month, the coaches in the USA Today‘s preseason poll made the Oklahoma Sooners their overwhelming preseason No. 1.  Just over two weeks later, the Associated Press has done the same as well.

Media Charity Softball Tournament Information

Games will be held at Cohen Stadium, benefiting the West Texas Food Bank. Please bring one canned food item or non-perishable food item.

Brown Excels in Body Building After Short Time

Cece Brown is a trainer turned body builder. Brown didn't expect to make quite a statement that he has in body building, it was just something to keep him in shape for his job as a personal trainer.

Miner Marquee Mania

Local business owners can score two tickets to the UTEP football team’s season opener versus Stony Brook – plus a schedule poster autographed by coach Mike Price – by participating in the new “Miner Marquee Mania”

Walker Back in El Paso to Meet Troops, Talk About Mental Health

Herschel Walker, former football player and Heisman Trophy winner, will be making appearances at area El Paso schools, universities and military bases August 17-18, 2011, to speak to audiences regarding mental health and chemical dependency iss

El Paso to host World Title Bout

The Independence Showdown is coming to the El Paso County Coliseum on Thursday, September 15th. World Champion Jhonny Gonzalez, plus El Paso's Antono Escalante and Juarez' Mickey Roman, will be in attendance.