Technology Has Changed Football On and Off the Field
Jessica Kane

Anyone who’s shopped at a grocery store, enjoyed a meal in a restaurant, or simply walked down the street recently has likely noticed—or at least been exposed to—just how big of a role technology plays in today’s society. Countless individuals stare at their phones while walking, talking, and completing everyday tasks—and for good reason. Their … Continue reading “Technology Has Changed Football On and Off the Field”

Receivers And Defensive Line Shine As El Paso Pebble Hills Wraps Up Spring
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   Even with some late drama, Team Orange held off Team Black for a 20-14 win on a comfortable evening at Pebble Hills High School on Wednesday night. Team Orange got off to a hot start early in the first quarter as the first-team offense, led by senior quarterback Orlando … Continue reading “Receivers And Defensive Line Shine As El Paso Pebble Hills Wraps Up Spring”

Paulo Melendez Embracing Challenge Of Turning Around Alma Mater In Clint Horizon
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   Sometimes, things happen a lot faster than you expect. That’s the feeling shared by new Clint Horizon head football coach Paulo Melendez, who was hired as the next head coach of the Scorpions earlier this month. “You get into this coaching profession and you always flirt with the idea … Continue reading “Paulo Melendez Embracing Challenge Of Turning Around Alma Mater In Clint Horizon”

El Paso Franklin Coming Together To Make Another Postseason Return In 2017
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   Across the state, spring football is seen as a time to develop younger players and hit the refresh button from the previous season. But after going 4-6 and 4-7 in back-to-back seasons, El Paso Franklin head coach Daren Walker decided that he needed to shake things up and do … Continue reading “El Paso Franklin Coming Together To Make Another Postseason Return In 2017”