I've been born and raised in the city of El Paso, where I graduated from Franklin High School in 2015 and am set to graduate from UTEP in 2019. After graduating high school, I embarked upon a sports journalism route in college at UTEP's student publication, The Prospector, where I served as Sports Editor, Editor-in-Chief and Web Editor for a span of four years. For the last four years, I have been covering UTEP, the Chihuahuas, prep sports and just about everything in the Sun City. Before entering my junior year in college, I took my LSAT and was set for law school upon graduation. That quickly changed with opportunities that I received at 600 ESPN, where I have found my new home. My favorite teams are the Los Angeles Rams, Boston Celtics, and the St. Louis Cardinals. I enjoy writing, reading books, watching movies and playing basketball during my free time. I love the city of El Paso!
UTEP Squeezes Past Houston Baptist In Season Opener, 36-34
Despite trailing 28-20 midway into the third quarter, the Miners outscored the Houston Baptist Huskies 16-6 to close the game with a slight 36-34 win at the Sun Bowl.
Plano ISD Cancels Plano-Eastwood Matchup for ‘Safety’ Reasons
Plano ISD announced today that the matchup between Plano and Eastwood has been canceled in order to "prioritize the safety of the participating players, students, families and communities. This decision comes after a former Plano student killed 22 people at the Cielo Vista Wal-Mart on Aug. 3.
The Night Where Baseball Became More Than Just a Game in El Paso
The game of baseball is such a beautiful one. It’s America’s pastime. It reminds us of long-lasting traditions and sometimes if you’re lucky, baseball breaks all the barriers of the sporting world.
UTEP Running Back Quardraiz Wadley Out for the Season With Toe Injury
Just as the dawn of football camp approaches, the UTEP football team received a massive blow to their offense with the news of senior tailback Quardraiz Wadley out for the season with a season-ending toe injury.
Locomotive FC Name Cancer Patient Amber Berry Player for the Day
Today, El Paso Locomotive FC signed Amber Berry, an 11-year-old warrior and patient of the Hospitals of Providence, to be the Locomotive Player for a Day. Berry has battled leukemia since Nov. 16, 2016, and has been through over 54 treatments following her diagnosis.
UTEP Quarterback Kai Locksley Arrested on Weapon, Marijuana Charges
El Paso County case records indicate that Miners senior quarterback Kai Locksley was arrested last night and charged with four crimes—"unlawful carrying of a weapon, possession of marijuana, terroristic threat and driving while intoxicated."
The Proposed Downtown Arena: Max Grossman Speaks Out on Sportstalk
Following Steve's column that suggested the proposed downtown arena be a soccer-specific stadium, UTEP Associate Professor and local historian Dr. Max Grossman joined Sportstalk on Wednesday afternoon to discuss his alternative point of view for the stadium, while fielding phone calls and quest…
El Paso Unveils Alternate ‘Margaritas’ Logo for Copa de la Diversión
The El Paso Chihuahuas joined MiLB and Copa de la Diversión in their efforts to connect with the diverse culture of fans across baseball and unveiled their alternate logo, "Margaritas," which will be sported by the team during five different games this season.
UTEP Football Student Attendance Problem Explained By Students
Many of the responses varied person to person. Some were involved in multiple organizations, making it easy for them to get a group together to go to the games.