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    Bumgarner, Giants beat Royals 3-2 to win Series 

    UPDATED:Thursday, October 30, 2014 Madison Bumgarner closes it out and the San Francisco Giants hold off the Kansas City Royals 3-2 in Game 7 for their third World Series title in five years. Alex Gordon hit a two-out single in the ninth inning and went all the way to third when the ball
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    UTEP football: Devin Cockrell grows into steady hand at safety for Miners
    There was a simple and correct explanation for the defensive struggles of 2013. Following a post-spring change of defensive coordinators, UTEP just didn't have time to learn a new system and make it work immediately on such short notice.
    C-USA football notebook: Southern Miss' may turn to backup at QB
    Southern Miss' unsettled quarterback situation gained a little clarity when the Hattiesburg American newspaper said backup senior Cole Weeks would be the likely starter against UTEP Saturday.
    World Series: Madison Bumgarner, Giants beat Royals 3-2 in game 7
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A giant, indeed. Madison Bumgarner punctuated one of the finest World Series performances in baseball history by pitching the San Francisco Giants to their third title in five years with a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals in Game 7 on Wednesday night.
    ›› Photos: San Francisco Giants top Kansas City Royals 3-2 in World Series Game 7

    ›› PHOTOS: Here's to the fans of the 2014 World Series
    High school football week 10 matchups
    When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday Where: Socorro Student Activities Complex Records: Riverside is 1-4 in District 2-5A, 2-6 overall; Eastlake is 5-0 in District 2-5A, 5-3 overall Last week: Riverside lost to
    High school football: Defensive end Chris Barnwell a key for Eastlake
    As the season has progressed, the Eastlake defense has developed into one of the city's finest.
    UTEP soccer: Miners battling for championship
    A single game remains ... a single game in a long season. And a single game stands between UTEP and a co-championship, between UTEP and second place, between UTEP and third place.
    High school cross country: Eastwood, Clint, Tornillo seeking return to state meet
    The Tornillo, Clint and Eastwood boys cross country teams have been in this situation before.
    EPCC women's cross country team wins regional junior college meet
    The El Paso Community College women's cross country team won the National Junior College Athletic Association Region V and Western Junior College Athletic Conference meet Saturday in Hobbs, N.M.
    High school volleyball: El Paso holds off Chapin in 5 sets to claim District 1-5A volleyball title
    El Paso High's special season on the volleyball court continued Tuesday night in dramatic fashion. The Tigers, struggling and in danger of losing out on a perfect record in District 1-5A, showed
    UTEP football: Miners revelling in defensive surge
    From the first day of spring UTEP has sworn it would be better on defense, that a year under Scott Stoker's system after so much tumult last year would give them a fair chance to show how good they
    High school volleyball: Franklin 1-6A co-champs after sweeping Eastwood in three
    Franklin claimed a District 1-6A co-championship after winning its final game of the regular season, 3-0, against Eastwood on Tuesday night at Franklin High School.
    Las Cruces junior middleweight Austin Trout to fight Dec. 11
    Las Cruces junior middleweight Austin Trout will return to the ring Dec. 11 on ESPN2 at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, Calif.
    High school cross country: state hopes ride on Region 1 meet
    A return visit to Round Rock for the 2014 UIL Cross Country State Championship could be a difficult task for the Horizon girls who last year placed sixth in Class 4A.
    Royals rout Giants 10-0 to force Game 7 in Series
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The raucous roar at Kauffman Stadium swelled with every batter in the second inning and then got louder the rest of the night.
    UTEP Football Notebook: Miners great at keeping ball
    No team in the FBS possesses the ball more than UTEP (36:20 per game), which padded its national lead by grinding it out for 39:12 against UTSA.
    Miner Mania
    Former Miners McCage, Piekarska enjoying pro ball in Poland
    As Nathan McCage's stint as a UTEP graduate assistant strength coach wound down last month, he had some specific notions on what he wanted to do next.
    UTEP track and field: Miner women get two hurdlers, relay to nationals
    The UTEP women's track team closed the NCAA West Preliminaries with a flourish, getting two women's hurdlers and a relay to the NCAA National Championships in Eugene, Ore.
    UTEP Track and field: 2 Miners advance to nationals
    The UTEP track team didn't have any surprises on the second day of the NCAA West Preliminaries in Fayetteville, Ark.
    UTEP track and field: Miners place two on C-USA academic team
    Juniors Elphas Mayio and Anthony Rotich were named to the Conference USA Track and Field All-Academic team as announced by the league office.
    5 UTEP football games to be televised
    FOX Sports has unveiled its college football selections for upcoming televised games and that will include five UTEP matchups, officials announced Thursday.
    UTEP track and field: Miners battle for spots at nationals
    To understand the baffling, seeming untenability of the West Preliminary round of the NCAA track and field championships that UTEP will compete in this weekend in Fayetteville, Ark., consider that the Miners have more to gain than most teams there.
    Boit thriving after move from Kenya to El Paso
    When UTEP distance coach Paul Ereng heads back home to Kenya with the business of selling El Paso to his young countrymen, runners like current Miner freshman Cosmas Boit, he paints a picture of paradise.
    UTEP track and field: Anna-Kay James making most of transfer
    The UTEP women's track team entered this year in a building phase after last year's sixth-place finish at the Conference USA championships, a phase that generally involved finding more bodies and growing numbers.
    UTEP freshman sprinter Aiyanna Stiverne hoping to build on big year
    UTEP assistant track coach Davian Clarke sees freshman Aiyanna Stiverne's transition from Florida high school star sprinter to a future star at UTEP as a three-part process.
    UTEP's Kayla Thornton ready to take shot at Europe
    Kayla Thornton's first stab at playing basketball at the highest level didn't go as well as she wanted, but a week after being waived by the Washington Mystics, she saw enough of that level to know
    UTEP track: Miners take second at C-USA tournament
    The new-look Conference USA Track and Field Championships came up with a new-look finish, as the UTSA men and East Carolina women used their depth to pull away from UTEP, which came up with a pair of second place team finishes
    UTEP soccer player Tori Martyn aces classes, graduates top 10 senior
    Tori Martyn came quietly to El Paso four years ago — one of thousands of freshmen at the University of Texas at El Paso.
    UTEP track and field: Coronado alum Pearson wins heptathlon at C-USA championships
    The UTEP women's track team's quest for its first-ever outdoor championship got off to the best possible start: With Coronado graduate Jallycia Pearson trouncing the field en route to an easy win
    Conference USA: UTEP gets expected good, bad news
    UTEP got an expected mix of good news and bad at the Conference USA spring meetings in Dustin, Fla. this week.
    UTEP track and field: Miners look for unprecedented outdoor sweep
    A program as proud and with as much history as UTEP track, with as many national championships to its name, doesn't often get the chance to make new history.
    High School Mania
    All-City Track and Field: Burges's KeAndre Bates earns Athlete of the Year
    During his high school career, Burges senior KeAndre Bates emerged as one of the top triple jumpers in the nation.
    El Paso-area high school signees
    Several area athletes will begin playing sports next fall at non-Division I schools. Here is a look at the athletes and where they will go.
    High school track and field teams, athletes fare well in El Paso
    The 2014 high school track and field season in El Paso provided many highlights, including several strong performances at the state track and field meet in Austin.
    All-City Track and Field: Herrera, Gray lead teams to success
    Burges' Manny Herrera and El Dorado's Rummie Gray led their respective teams to success during the 2014 track and field season.
    All-City Track and Field: Olamide Olowe caps career at El Dorado in fine fashion
    Prior to last year, El Dorado senior Olamide Olowe hadn't given much thought to the 400 meters when it came to her track career.
    High school tennis: Thunderbirds reach Class 5A Final Four in fall
    In his 16-year tenure at Coronado, Jerry Pippins has built the Thunderbirds into the best tennis program in the city and one of the best in the region.
    High school tennis: Alexa Gallardo had strong finish to career
    Throughout her distinguished high school tennis career, Alexa Gallardo was the model of consistency at Burges High School.
    High school tennis: Nathan Brown reaches Class 5A singles, leads Coronado to title wins
    Coronado junior Nathan Brown has emerged as one of the top tennis players in the state in his first three years of high school.
    High school tennis: Teams and individuals have strong year
    The 2014 high school spring tennis campaign had plenty of big moments for local teams and individuals.
    High School Spotlight: Felix Chavez' top moments in sports in 2013-14
    Here are some of my top moments for the 2013-14 high school sports season that recently wrapped up in El Paso.
    Austin High School alum Isaac Spencer ready for Texas A&M breakout
    So far, through a 2014 track season loaded with potential, Texas A&M distance runner Isaac Spencer lacks only the most tangible result he seeks: a blazingly fast 3,000-meter steeplechase.
    High school football: Del Valle QB Steven Montez gets D-I attention
    Del Valle quarterback Steven Montez has come a long way since being named the starter as a sophomore.
    High school sports: Three Socorro athletes sign with Division I schools
    A trio of Socorro High School athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to participate on the Division I level beginning next fall.
    Coronado's Daniel Amigo signs with University of Denver
    Coronado center Daniel Amigo had plenty of interest from Division I schools. But in the end it was the University of Denver that was his choice and on Monday he made it official in front of several friends and family at Coronado where he signed his National Letter of Intent.
    All-City Soccer: Andreya Barrera had strong senior season to cap solid career
    Throughout her career at Andress, Andreya Barrera was one of the most consistent players in the city as well as one of the most improved.

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    NMSU VOLLEYBALL: Aggies close out home schedule this weekend
    LAS CRUCES >> The New Mexico State volleyball team (12-9, 6-3 Western Athletic Conference) concludes this season's home schedule with two critical WAC matche against Seattle and Utah Valley.
    PREP SOCCER: Las Cruces girls look to advance
    LAS CRUCES >> Early round exits are not the norm for Las Cruces girls soccer coach Jacquelyn Paz.
    Aggies push tempo in 1st preseason scrimmage
    LAS CRUCES >> The New Mexico State University men's basketball team wants to be more up-tempo on offense this season.
    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Gadsden clinches 3-6A
    The Gadsden volleyball team beat Oñate 25-16,25-16, 23-25, 25-14 in Anthony on Tuesday to secure the District 3-6A top seed.
    PREP FOOTBALL: Las Cruces High QB Kameron Miller out for the season with knee injury
    LAS CRUCES >> Las Cruces High junior quarterback Kameron Miller is out for the season with a knee injury, Bulldawgs head coach, and Kameron's father, Jim Miller, confirmed Tuesday.
    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Centennial clinches district
    The Centennial volleyball team beat Belen 25-8, 25-8, 25-15 on Tuesday to secure the top seed in next week's District 3-5A tournament.
    PREP FOOTBALL: Week 9 Prep Football Hero Poll
    Every weekend throughout the high school football season, the Sun-News will ask readers to select a Football Hero from the past week's prep games by logging on to www.
    NMSU ATHLETICS: Athletics Director search narrowed down to 11 candidates
    LAS CRUCES - The list of names for the next New Mexico State athletics director has been whittled from 48 applicants to 11 candidates who will be interviewed.
    NMSU FOOTBALL: Rogers named starter at QB vs. Texas State
    LAS CRUCES >> New Mexico State head football coach Doug Martin said the Aggies used the open week to focus on the quarterback position and get the team healthy.
    NMSU MEN'S BASKETBALL: Aggies play Crimson and White Scrimmage Tuesday
    LAS CRUCES >> Fans will get one of their first looks at the New Mexico State men's basketball team tonight when the Aggies host their annual Crimson and White Scrimmage at the Pan American Center,
    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Gadsden, Oñate meet in key District 3-6A match
    LAS CRUCES >> Gadsden and Oñate have both emerged as the top two teams in District 3-6A volleyball this season.
    NMSU WOMEN'S GOLF: Aggies tied for 11th after two rounds at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown
    BOULDER CITY, NEV. >> The New Mexico State women's golf team is sitting in a tie for 11th with four other teams after posting a 601 (298-303) during two rounds of play at the Las Vegas
    PREP SOCCER: Dates, times set for area state tournament first round matches
    Dates and times for area teams in the first round of the soccer state tournaments have been set. In Class 6A, the No. 8 seed Las Cruces High girls soccer team will play No.
    NMSU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Aggies leaning on junior guard duo entering 2014-15
    LAS CRUCES >> Abby Scott said the New Mexico State women's basketball team isn't talking about last season.
    NMSU WOMEN'S SOCCER: Bakersfield rallies to beat Aggies
    BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. >> Layla Todd and Jennae Cambra each tallied a goal in the first half, however, the New Mexico State soccer team couldn't overcome Bakersfield's second-half rally and
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