Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 8:14pm

Many local football players, and all high school athletes, will choose Wednesday, February 2 as their day to sign their National Letter of Intent.  February 2 is National Signing Day, and for many football players, it's a chance to pla

Eagles honored by Canutillo Independent School District

The Canutillo High School football team went 13-2 this past season, advancing to the 5A Final Four, eventually falling to 5A State Champion Ennis in Lubbock.  The Eagles were the first El Paso area high school to reach the State Final Four

Greater El Paso Football Showcase scholarship deadline

Annually, the Greater El Paso Football Showcase awards several $1,000.00 scholarships from funds derived from the game. Deadline to apply for the 2015 scholarship is Friday, Jan. 30, 2015.

Andress WR Rashad Still close to Minnesota commitment

One of El Paso's top Division I football prospects could decide which school he will call home for the next four years this weekend. Andress WR Rashad Still was nearly unguardable this past season for the Eagles.

Canutillo to hold parade for Eagles football team

The Canutillo community will celebrate the history making CHS Football Team with a parade at 10 a.m., Saturday January 24.

West rallies to top East in Greater El Paso Football Showcase High School All-Star Game

Despite a depleated roster and an 18-point deficit at halftime, West rallied to beat the East, 41-40 in the 23rd GEPFS All-Star Game. The win marks the second straight for head coach Don Brooks.

All-Stars take part in picture, media day

Senior football players from the 34 El Paso County high schools take part in an exciting football combine and football game highlighted with a spectacular pre-game and dazzling halftime festivities which include outstanding football players, ch

Canutillo Falls in Semi-Finals

The magical run has ended. Ennis defeated Canutillo  41-13  in the 5-A Texas State Semi-Finals Friday night in Lubbock 

Eagles are Superstitious

If El Paso high school football fans are wondering why Canutillo is the visiting team on Friday against Ennis, or why the Eagles are driving five hour to Lubbock on the day of the game, there is a simple reason. Superstition.

Brooks leads Eagles into 5A Division II State Semifinals

Canutillo will face Ennis Friday, December 12 at Plains Capital Park in Lubbock. Canutillo defeated Everman, 17-14 to improve to 13-1, while Ennis defeated South Oak Cliff 31-14 to improve to 12-2.

'Go Canutillo!' posters let businesses show pride

Businesses throughout Canutillo are showing their support of the Canutillo High School Football Team by displaying the official Go Canutillo! poster on their doors and windows.