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    OSU sues NMSU over pistol-packing mascot 

    UPDATED:Thursday, October 23, 2014 LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Powerhouse Oklahoma State University is suing New Mexico State University, claiming the Aggies have plagiarized its pistol-packing mascot. The federal lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Western Oklahoma says the
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    High school volleyball: Canutillo Eagles clinch win in 3 sets against Andress
    Canutillo is closer to locking a third place finish in District 1-5A after defeating Andress in three straight sets Tuesday night at Canutillo High School.
    High school volleyball: No. 2 Franklin upends No. 1 Coronado
    Playing with a fierce determination in front of a loud home crowd on Tuesday, the No. 2-ranked Franklin Cougars earned a measure of revenge against No. 1-ranked Coronado in a key District 1-6A volleyball match.
    ›› Photos: High school volleyball - Franklin vs. Coronado
    High school cross country: Chapin girls look to repeat; boys seek first district title since 2007
    Like most coaches, Chapin High School cross country coach Jacob Heidenreich is just a little apprehensive heading into the District 1-5A meet.
    UTEP football: Miners must find way to run against rugged UTSA
    The UTEP offense is a blunt weapon. It's a cudgel built around power, not guile.
    UTEP football notebook: Miners healthier after six-day layoff
    UTEP returned to the practice field after taking six days off and coach Sean Kugler felt his team responded well.
    Twelve UTEP basketball away games picked up for television
    UTEP basketball fans will have the chance to see 12 of the Miners' 14 away games this season on television. Conference USA announced its updated TV slate on Tuesday.
    UTEP football notebook: Miners prepare for 2 UTSA quarterbacks
    Much of UTSA's problem in a 2-5 start has been at quarterback, where injuries have lead to a revolving door.
    High school sports: No. 1 Coronado, No. 2 Franklin to do battle in volleyball
    The Franklin and Coronado volleyball teams have been among the city's best in recent years and both teams have had some pretty good battles in district play.
    High school cross country: Del Valle boys seeking 8th consecutive district crown
    The Del Valle Conquistadores have won seven straight District 2-4A cross country championship.
    High school volleyball matchups
    High School Volleyball Today's Schedule Coronado at Franklin, 6:30 p.m. Eastwood at Montwood, 6:30 p.
    UTEP football: Miners in good frame of mind with UTSA looming
    There are several troubling trends working against the UTEP football team as it heads over to San Antonio to take on a dangerous, veteran UTSA.
    High school cross country: District 3-4A meet up for grabs
    Champions will be crowned at the District 1-6A, 1-5A, 2-5A and 3-4A cross country meets Saturday at the Chamizal National Memorial.
    Romo, Murray carry Cowboys past Giants 31-21
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - DeMarco Murray moved ahead of Jim Brown in the NFL record book. Tony Romo moved the Dallas Cowboys up and down the field for their sixth straight win.
    UTEP volleyball: Miners fall to Western Kentucky in 3 sets
    The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers volleyball team showed why they are one of the top teams in Conference USA on Sunday afternoon vs. UTEP at Memorial Gym.
    UTEP soccer: Miners sail over UTSA with 2-0 C-USA win
    UTEP turned in yet another defensive blanket performance, gifted keeper Sarah Dilling turned in a record-breaking shutout and the Miners sent home a pair of showcase goals on a windblown, sun-splashed Sunday afternoon at University Field.
    ›› Photos: UTEP vs. UTSA soccer
    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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    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Oñate's Bennett tops coaching milestone
    LAS CRUCES >> As a high school volleyball player at El Paso Burges, playing college volleyball wasn't the end goal for Marian Bennett.
    Oklahoma State sues NMSU over pistol-packing mascot
    LAS CRUCES >> This logo ain't big enough for the both of us. That's the gist of a federal lawsuit filed this week by Oklahoma State University, alleging that New Mexico State University has
    NMSU FOOTBALL: Aggies using open week to improve QB play
    LAS CRUCES >> The open week is all about the quarterback position for the New Mexico State football team.
    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Centennial sweeps Chaparral
    The Centennial volleyball team defeated Chaparral 25-6, 25-7, 25-17 on Tuesday. Elexias Patterson had 16 kills, one block and three aces, Addison Pedraza had seven kills and four aces, Savannah Bush
    PREP SOCCER: Centennial boys blank Belen
    The Centennial boys soccer team beat Belen 5-0 on Tuesday to improve to 12-5-1 on the season and 6-3 in District 3-5A.
    PREP SOCCER: Oñate girls shut out Gadsden
    The Oñate girls soccer team defeated Gadsden 3-0 on Tuesday. Goals were scored by Jayde Aguirre, Briana Rodriguez and an own goal off of a cross by Amerhyst Aguirre.
    NMSU GOLF: New Mexico State men defend Herb Wimberly title
    LAS CRUCES >> The New Mexico State men's golf team won its second straight Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate title with a combined-team score of 18-under-par 834 (276-276-274) at the NMSU State
    PREP VOLLEYBALL: Oñate sweeps series with Las Cruces
    LAS CRUCES >> The Oñate volleyball team made short work of District 3-6A rival Las Cruces on Tuesday at OHS.
    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 FOOTBALL: Aggies safety Kawe Johnson to miss first half of Texas State game after late hit
    LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State athletics director McKinley Boston has announced that sophomore defensive back Kawe Johnson will have to sit out for the first half of the Texas State game after being
    NMSU MEN'S BASKETBALL: Younger Bhullar looks to make impact for Aggies
    LAS CRUCES >> Tanveer Bhullar says he gets compared to his brother Sim about every other day. But New Mexico State's 7-foot-3 redshirt freshman says he's the opposite of his 7-5 older brother,
    NMSU VOLLEYBALL: Aggies fall to Lobos in 3 sets
    ALBUQUERQUE >> The New Mexico State volleyball team lost in straight sets to state rival New Mexico on Thursday, 25-22, 25-19, 25-20, inside the Johnson Center on the UNM campus.
    Three key plays from Aggies sixth straight loss
    LAS CRUCES >> Perhaps no football team in the country needs an open week more than New Mexico State.
    NMSU WOMEN'S SOCCER: Utah Valley squeaks past Aggies in conference tilt
    LAS CRUCES >> The Aggie soccer team went toe-to-toe with Utah Valley, but a goal early in the first half was the difference as the Wolverines nudged New Mexico State, 1-0, Sunday afternoon at
    New Mexico State AD search committee reviewing 48 applicants
    LAS CRUCES >> There are 48 applicants vying to replace New Mexico State athletics director McKinley Boston.

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