The district races are heating up across El Paso as teams are starting to show where they'll finish. One of the biggest tests in District 1-5A came last week in the Sun Bowl with the annual West Side Bowl.
The second-ranked Coronado Thunderbirds have seven sophomores and a freshman on their varsity team but showed a lot of poise in defeating the top-ranked Cougars at Franklin on Time Warner Cable Sports.
The Coronado T-Birds (31-1; 14-0) opened up their playoffs tonight with a 58-54 overtime victory over a worthy San Angelo Central squad. This marked the second time the T-Birds downed the Bobcats; Coronado defeated Central 54-37 in November.
By Stephen Freyermuth Sports Editor, Coronado Thunderbirds The ups and downs that Coronado football fans have experienced this season make the lead up to the games very frantic and nerve racking as nobody knows what Coronado team we will see out there.
By Stephen Freyermuth Sports Editor, Coronado Thunderbirds After starting the season 0-3, Coronado has turned its season around with changes at quarterback and even a change at the offensive game plan, which has proved to be successful for the relatively young T-Bird football team.
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.
By Vianet Lopez Sports Reporter, Hanks Knights The Knights gave it their all at Friday's home game against the Franklin Cougars. At the end of the game, the Cougars took the win against the Knights, 43-20. The Knights (0-4, 0-2 district) will face the Coronado Thunderbirds this Thursday, Sep. 22, …
By Stephen Freyermuth Sports Editor for Coronado Explorer After a loss in its first district game of the season, Americas took out its anger on winless Coronado Friday night at the SAC. The high powered Americas offense never seemed to stop pumping out points, and the Coronado offense that hasn’t bee…
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.