A rodeo facility by trade, Round-Up Stadium is an oval venue with covered bleachers. Grass was installed on the playing surface for football in 1951. The Round-Up is the only high school football home field where a rodeo sentry stands watch at the entrance, and Pendleton High is appropriately nicknamed the Buckaroos.
R.R. Jones Stadium
The “Lady on the Hill” looks a bit like Chicago’s Soldier Field, but with a far more intimate setting. The venue, originally built in 1916 and reconstructed in 1993, boasts a capacity of nearly 7,500. It bears the name of a longtime El Paso High principal.
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