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Burges Mustangs’ Homecoming Filled with Drama
By Christian Molinar
Burges High School Sports Reporter
Homecoming brings drama and Mustang Stadium was filled with it Oct. 7.
Facing the Jefferson Foxes, the Mustangs dug themselves into a massive hole. Heading into the fourth quarter, Burges found itself down 21-6, and quickly running out of time.
Football Friday Nights- Applebee’s Top Ten
Burges survived a scare from a very game Jefferson squad to remain undefeated. Franklin looks like the class of 1-5A after their 38-17 win over Montwood. Horizon turned some heads with a 17-0 home shutout over Canutillo.
Chapin Looks to Tame the Bears for Homecoming 2011
By Tyler Raines
Sports Reporter, Chapin Chronicle
Homecoming has arrived not only for the students but for the Chain husky football team. Chapin football is going into the game 3-2 (2-0) district. Bowie is going into the game 2-2 (0-2) district. Chapin football is coming off a a win which makes the w…
Football Friday Nights- Week 4 Preview
It's hard to believe, but the 2011 high school season is nearly a month old.  I am incredibly excited for the game of the week.  For one week the 5A superpowers are taking a backseat to the two oldest schools in the city.  For the 80th time El Paso High and Austin will battle eac…
Chapin Looks to Cancel Rockets’ Friday Flight
By Tyler Raines/Chapin Chronicle
Confident coming off a another big win, Chapin Husky football meets another northeast rival playing Irvin rockets Friday night at Irvin memorial stadium. Chapin has a 9-0 all time series lead against Irvin.
Last season, Chapin came away with a 31-21 victory over the …
Andress Looks to Stop Burges Winning Streak
By Brian Ortiz
Sports Reporter, Andress Eagles
Andress ended their night in disappointment last friday as Chapin walked away the winner of the district 1-4A season opener.
"We were determined to win and we had a good chance but we did not perform," running back Rashad Chisholm said.
Football Friday Nights- Week Three Preview [Video]
There was a time in this city when Andress and Irvin battled for bragging rights in the northeast side of town.  The Chapin Huskies may be the newest kid on the block, but they have quickly become perennial contenders for the 1-4A crown.

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