EP Sports Network has teamed up with the NFHS Network to do the video broadcast of the Riverside Rangers v Austin Panthers Boys Bi-District Basketball game Tuesday night at 6pm from the Don Haskins Center.
On Tuesday night the Irvin Rockets hosted the Austin Panthers in District 1-4A Girls Basketball.
Friday Night’s matchup at Tom Work Riverfront Stadium in the Lower Valley of El Paso had bigtime implications written all over it regarding the District 1-4A title and playoff seeding.
The very last of Friday night’s sunlight shined proud and bright on the illustrious Claw Trophy that has been held by the Austin Panthers for 5 straight years.
With the clinking of bells from the garters and mums being worn and brown and gold letterman jackets with different graduation years splattered all over Austin’s R.E. McKee Stadium, that meant it was one special night for the Austin Panthers – Homecoming.
Going into Friday night’s matchup, the Austin Panthers were looking to avoid Deja Vu from last season. Rewinding to the 2022-2023 season, the Panthers began the season 0-3 by losing to Ft. Stockton, Parkland and Canutillo.
Last season, when the Parkland Matadors and Austin Panthers met, it was a defensive battle with two of the city’s biggest names on the field – DJ Crest for Parkland and Jayden Wilson for Austin. The result of that battle was a 9-7 Matador victory.
On Tuesday night the Austin Panthers hosted the Riverside Rangers in the fourth week of the high school volleyball season.
Tonight at 6:30 pm the Austin Panthers will host the Riverside Rangers in the fourth week of Tuesday Night Volleyball on EP Sports Network.