Sports Results for El Paso High Schools from April 2-6

High School Soccer and Baseball Thrills Continue as Regional Quarterfinals Intensify

Exciting action took place in High School Soccer and Baseball during the Regional Quarterfinals across various classes. In Class 4A Boys, San Elizario emerged victorious with a score of 5-0 against Austin, while Riverside secured a narrow 1-0 win over Bowie. Meanwhile, in the Class 5A Boys division, Burges defeated Amarillo Caprock with a score of 2-1. Eastlake triumphed over Odessa Permian with a score of 3-0, and Pebble Hills clinched a win over Montwood in overtime with a score of 1-0. In the Class 4A Girls matchup, San Elizario secured a victory with a score of 3-1 against Midland Greenwood.

On Tuesday, April 2nd, High School Baseball action saw some exciting games as well. Canutillo defeated Chapin with a score of 10-0, led by standout performances from various players like F. Avila and L. Batie. Clint secured a dominant win over Fabens with a score of 14-2, thanks to strong pitching from Joe Aranda and impressive hitting from Nomar Maldonado and Alan Gonzalez. Eastwood emerged victorious with a narrow 5-4 win over Franklin in another thrilling game. Ysleta defeated Del Valle in an intense nine-inning contest that ended in Ysleta’s favor by just one run: Del Valle lost their lead early on but managed to tie things up later on before succumbing to defeat in the final innings. Coronado and Pebble Hills also secured wins in their respective matchups, while Tornillo emerged victorious over Kermit by just two runs: Kermit’s defense was exceptional throughout the game but ultimately fell short as they failed to hold off Tornillo’s powerful offense

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