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Petra Rampre of Slovakia shot a volley back to Chichi Scholl of the USA during their singles finals match at the 2011 Hunt Communities USTA Pro Tennis Classic Sunday at Tennis West. Scholl won 7-5, 7-5. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
UTEP running back Leilyon Myers, 22, leaped over Houston’s Drew Thomas, 10. for some yardage during the first half Thursday in the Sun Bowl. The Miners put 14 unanswered points on the board early in the game. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times Chihuahuas second baseman Jedd Gyorko, right, tries to snag a low throw as Kenny Wilson of the Sacramento River Cats slides safely into secpmd base Wednesday night at Southwest University Park.
UTEP guard Roeshonda Patterson, 1, gets the ball deflected by Jasmine Cooper, 1, of NMSU Thursday night in the Don Haskins Center. The Miners fell to the Aggies 59-67.
UTEP wide receiver Warren Redix, left, gets wrapped up with UAB’s Brontae Harris, 33, while going for a pass Saturday in the Sun Bowl Stadium.
UTEP freshman point guard Jamie Madden, 1, was wedged in between Whitny Edwards, 21 and Celeste Stewart, 14, of East Carolina during their game Sunday at the Don Haskins Center. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Eastwood’s Danielle Blackmon, center, holds on to the ball while being challenged by Montwood’s Sarahi Ramirez, left, and Akeala Rodriguez, right, during their game Tuesday night at Eastwood. The Troopers routed the Rams 53-27.
UTEP senior Starr Breedlove, 1, celebrates with the team as the confetti falls on the floor of the Don Haskins Center Saturday, February, 27, 2016. The Miners clinched the regular season CUSA title with their 94-91 double overtime win against Charlotte.
Second baseman Jemile Weeks, left, of the El Paso Chihuahuas falls over base runner Evan Marzilli of the Reno Aces after Weeks fired to first base Monday, April 18, 2016 night at Southwest University Park.
Ian Turner worked his way out of a trap on the second hole during the El Paso Junior Golf Championship Tuesday at Coronado Country Club. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Wheelchair participant Lorenzo Valles, 15, of Juarez crosses the finish line during the 2nd Annual Run International U.S./Mexico 10K run Saturday.
Shahodd Singleton, 3, of Andress runs into heavy traffic from Deion Bauman, 1, left, and Tristen Newton, 2, right of Burges Friday night at Burges. Singleton was fouled on the play.
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times UTEP midfielder Tori Martyn, top, and Stephen F. Austin’s Tayler O’Hayre, 19 battle for the ball during their match Sunday at UTEP.
Jennifer Han, right, of El Paso dominated the first two rounds against DJ Morrison of Billings, MT Saturday, Oct. 15 at the “Battle At The Ballpark” event at Cohen Stadium. Morrison threw in the towel after the third round, giving the victory to Han. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Parkland wide receiver De’quan Henderson, 13, catches a long throw despite the efforts of Nathan Martinez of Canutillo Friday night. The play set up a successful field goal.
UTEP’S Tatum Winter, 6, fires a shot past Leah Mikesky, 4, of Rice during their match Sunday in Memorial Gym on the UTEP campus.
Ruby Jimenez, left, and Caitlin VanZant, both of Midland perform a series of dead lifts during Desert Games at the 3rd annual LiveFit EP Fitness Festival Saturday at the El Paso Convention Center. The all-day event featured a variety of fitness competitions, including crossFit, bodybuilding, jiu-jitsu, karate, powerlifting and 3-person basketball. More than 50 vendors offering a variety of fitness related products and services were on hand, said co-organizer Amy Duchene.
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times Christian Armendariz, 23, of Hanks battled for a rebound with Joe Pargas, 13, of San Elizario during the finals game of the Austin High Tournament Tuesday.
Oregon State’s Sabby Piscitelli, center, held the Sun Bowl trophy after the Beavers overcame the University of Missouri with seconds left in the game Friday.
Arizona wide reciever Ryan Newsome, 17, can’t reach far enough to grab a pass from quarterback Manny Wilkins as Shawn Boone from North Carolina State watches Friday during the Hyundai Sun Bowl.
Kevin Alba, top, of Socorro leaps for a header over Montwood’s Josh Delira, 7, during their Class 6A boys regional quarterfinal match Friday night at the Socorro Activities Complex.
UAB’s Amber Jones, right, comes up with the ball after grappling for it with UTEP’ guard Kelli Willingham at cener court Sunday at the Don Haskins Center. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times Kaylee Romo, bottom, of Burges works to keep her shoulders off the mat against Victoria Garcia-Morales of El Paso High during their 95-pound match at the District 1-5A high school wrestling meet Saturday at El Paso High. Romo turned the tables, pinning Garcia for the win.
Notre Dame players, including Ian Williams, 95, Bobby Burger, 41, and Nick Lezynski, 42 celebrated their 33-17 win over the University of Miami Friday in the 77th Hyundai Sun Bowl game Dec. 31, 2010. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times

Portraiture

Rudy Gutierrez Copyright: El Paso Times

Franklin High School softball pitcher and short stop Leslie Ericson, left, and outfielders Hana Harrison, center, and Tory Carpenter practiced for their season opener today against Andress on Feb. 12, 2008.
Sax man Mike Hamilton is known for his jazz sounds.
Chapin’s Amber Soto is preparing to play her senior year and has made a verbal commitment to play at the Air Force Academy upon graduation from high school.
Running back and wide receiver Arron Jones of Burges is the El Paso Times offensive most valuable player going into the 2012 season. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
The El Paso Times All-City high school volleyball standouts are from left: Setter of the Year Alyssa Heist of Coronado, Libero of the Year Alyssa Duran of Franklin and Hitter of the Year Emily Perez of El Paso High.
Five state qualifiers for Chapin High School will compete in the state track and field championships Friday in Austin. They are from left: Shailah Thornton, Autumn Brown, Jourdin Bailey, Ashley Brown, and Jadsia Warden.
Jazmine Al-Tabbaa, 18, a senior at Franklin High School, gave up cheerleading to devote her efforts at playing the viola in the school orchestra. She was named to the all-state orchestra for a second time and will fill in for a member of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra during its holiday concerts.
Rachel Arizaga is the librarian for the Michelsen Library at Fort Bliss.
UTEP hurdler Tobi Amusan.
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times Aleah Davis of the UTEP soccer team is an All-Conference USA player.
Rudy GutierrezÑEl Paso Times Bel Air’s Shannon Powell.
Stu Kellogg of El Paso’s Upper Valley with some of the ghastly props for his annual Holloween night haunted house. Kellogg has been decorating his front and back yard since the late 1980’s.

Still Life – Illustration

Rudy Gutierrez Copyright: El Paso Times

A local rock band provided the venue for a “sock hop” illustration for a story on women’s socks in 1989. Reactions were mixed as to whether the idea was effective in illustrating the story.
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Sisters Alondra and Cassandra Arredondo show off their decorative make-up work in their booth at the 6th Neon Desert Music Festival Saturday at San Jacinto Plaza.

Documentary

Rudy Gutierrez Copyright: El Paso Times

Michelle Campa, left, and Elizabeth Campos, right, took their babies to the nursery after lunch at the School Age Parent Center. At left is assistant principal Al Franco.
Mabel Holguin, a senior at the Student Parent Center took her 5-month-old daughter Jazmine De La Torre home after a half-day at the school.
Priscilla Duarte, 16, foreground, and Christine Silva, 16, worked on a computer-based test in their parenting class at the Student Age Parent Center. When they became pregnant, The students left their regular high schools to attend the center.
Abigail Cabral, left, Christine Silva, center, listened to a classmate during a talk on child support in a parenting class at the Student Age Parent Center in this 2007 picture story.
Middle School students Tara Wilson, left, Gracie Arias, Blanca Martinez and Ivonne Arispe walked along Schuster Drive during an exercise walk around the Student Age Parent Center.
Tara Wilson, who was an 8th grade student at Magoffin Middle School when she became pregnant, went through an excersise regimen at the Student Age Parent Center. The center helps about 174 school-age girls finish high school during and after their pregnancy.
One of the text books used in a parenting class at the El Paso school district’s Student Age Parent Center.
Toni Crye, principal at the El Paso school district’s Student Age Parent Center, talked of how the center has evolved over the years.
A hallway poster done by a student at the Student Age Parent Center.
Allison Potter, a senior from Coronado High School held her 3-month-old son, Carson McKinney, during lunch at the Cordova Middle School cafeteria.
Sophomore students Priscilla Ramos, left, Isabel Torres, center, and Christine Silva walked to the Cordova Middle School cafeteria for lunch. The building housing the Student Age Parent Center is in background.
Under the watchful eye of her mother, 5-month-old Michael Valles sat up in his stroller during lunchtime at the El Paso school district’s Student Age Parent Center.
Ashley Valerio, left, cradled her son, Tyree Valerio, 3 months, during lunchtime at the Cordova Middle School cafeteria adjacent to the Student Age Parent Center. At right is Jessica Checchia with son, Landon Checchia, 6 months. Students from the center have outgrown their small cafeteria and now each a hot lunch at the middle school.
Laurel Conway, left, Emma Villarreal, center, and Myra Meza walked back to the Student Age Parent Center after lunch.
Ashley Valerio carried her son Tyree Valerio, 3 months, across the runway during a “baby pageant” during the last week of the 2007 school year at the Student Age Parent Center.
Estefania Martinez, 17, left, ate lunch by her 8-month-old son, Diego Martinez at the Cordova Middle School cafeteria. Students from the Student Age Parent Center have outgrown their small lunchroom and now eat lunch at the adjacent campus.
Lizette Rubio, left, with son, Anthony Flores, 7 months, during lunch time with Allison Potter, right, and son Carson McKinney, 3 months, at the Cordova Middle School cafeteria. Lunch is a time when the young mothers spend time with their babies.
Jennifer Green, foreground, fed her 3-month-old daughter, Angelique Green while she herself ate lunch at the Cordova Middle School cafeteria. At left, is fellow student Jamee Hankins, who held her 3-month-old daughter Lexalei Muensterman.
An infant female is cuddled in the arms of her teenage mother. The Student Age Parent center helps pregnant teens continue their education during their pregnancy. Without the center, may girls would drop out.
A student at the El Paso school district’s School-Age Parent Center leaves the campus with her mother and daughter after school.