My biography as haiku: calling sports not played poking fun without a point dang i like donuts
What Do Locomotive FC and East Side Commuters Have In Common?
RGV's orange jerseys were appropriate –– they were as ubiquitous and frustrating as traffic barrels for the latest multi-year El Paso road project.
Did He Mean It? Does It Matter? Partida’s Golazo Lifts Team, City
Anyone want an apology for some unintended but magical football? Nah. El Paso has been everyone else’s political football for 400 years, from Don Juan de Oñate to another Don.
El Paso Strong but Phoenix Fortunate as Locomotive Resumes Play
When PHX's Solomon Asante gracefully swooned like a 19th-century debutante who'd just heard an unbearable secret, it had become ascending Mt. Everest.
Lowry’s Locomotive Earns Result Despite Injuries, Setbacks
Why would anyone choose the whack-a-mole world of coaching? It's like having your soup served in a colander. You might plug some holes. But a clean lap? Never.
Ketterer, Hererra Shine as Locomotive FC Earns Crucial Point
It wasn't a win for El Paso Locomotive FC, but there was a point. The kind you earn and the kind you make.
Injuries and Road Games: No Day at the Beach for Locomotive FC
The conditions at Toyota "Field" were far from ideal for a team that enjoys the part of the game where you roll the ball on the ground, which is to say "soccer"
Locomotive Digs Deep but Can’t Excavate Las Vegas Lights FC
As with all things Vegas, the house won. Or at least its storm cellar won, anyway.
Road Warriors: Locomotive FC’s Unbeaten Streak Hits 9
In soccer you hear the phrase: "making our home a fortress". Locomotive FC is still working on that, but it's the road that shows just how well built this team is.
Time-Outs in Soccer? Break Leads to Breakthrough for Locomotive
Up a man with the lead? Locomotive was safely past the railroad crossings and into open country but hadn’t opened the throttle. And that had Mark Lowry upset.
Point Is, Locomotive FC Keeps Grinding Out Results
The phrase "It's a marathon, not a sprint," is grossly overused. But run 26 miles and see if you care who broke the tape at the finish line.