El Paso Parkland Takes Care Of Business, Knocks Off El Paso Socorro
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   It wasn’t pretty but the Parkland Matadors found a way to get it done. Quarterback AJ Briggs threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns and junior Gio Mata caught two long touchdown passes en route to a 55-21 win over the Socorro Bulldogs. “I’m happy with the result,” Parkland … Continue reading “El Paso Parkland Takes Care Of Business, Knocks Off El Paso Socorro”

El Paso Parkland Faces Off Against El Paso Socorro Looking For Another 2-0 Start
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com The Parkland Matadors will head from the Northeast to the Lower Valley on Friday night to face off against the Socorro Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium in El Paso. Parkland enters this game coming off a 55–14 blowout win over the Jefferson Silver Foxes and the key for success remains the … Continue reading “El Paso Parkland Faces Off Against El Paso Socorro Looking For Another 2-0 Start”

Eric Frontz
After Long Wait, Eric Frontz Ready To Work As The New El Paso Parkland Head Coach
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   Tom Petty once sang that “waiting is the hardest part”. For Eric Frontz, the last 49 days had been a waiting game after former head coach Josh Kirkland left El Paso to take the head coaching job at Kyle Lehman. After having the interim tag removed and being officially … Continue reading “After Long Wait, Eric Frontz Ready To Work As The New El Paso Parkland Head Coach”

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El Paso Parkland Tabs Eric Frontz As Next Head Coach Of The Matadors
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   Parkland High School didn’t have to turn too far to find their next head coach. Defensive coordinator Eric Frontz was promoted as the official head coach of the Matadors. He replaces Josh Kirkland, who left last month to take the head coaching job at Kyle Lehman. Per multiple reports, … Continue reading “El Paso Parkland Tabs Eric Frontz As Next Head Coach Of The Matadors”

Even With Sudden Change, It’s Still Business As Usual For El Paso Parkland’s Spring Practices
Tony Venegas

Photo via Tony Venegas, TexasHSFootball.com   El Paso Parkland became a breakout team last year under head coach Josh Kirkland. The Matadors were poised to take another step in 2017, but the team was met with a sudden change. Kirkland left Parkland to take the head coaching job at 6A Kyle Lehman in the Austin … Continue reading “Even With Sudden Change, It’s Still Business As Usual For El Paso Parkland’s Spring Practices”