The last time the Golden Tornadoes and Amarillo River Road locked horns it went right down to the wire before a last minute trick play sent the Wildcats home with a heartbreaking 32-29 defeat.
Springlake-Earth retuned to six-man football’s Division I top-five in the rankings after thumping Happy last week.
Lamesa’s sub-varsity football teams met the Amarillo River Road Wildcats on neutral territory Thursday evening at Hale Center but a change of scenery didn’t bring with it a change of luck for the Golden Tornadoes.
The Klondike Cougars are now 4-0 to start the season after coming back from Meadow Friday with a 45-0 victory over the Broncos in a game stopped at the half on six-man football’s 45-point rule.
As long as the Dawson Dragons can continue making the strides they made in the past week, head coach Corey Savage will be able to live with the results.
The flu bug kept Sands head football coach Steve Keith at home during Friday’s football game against Whitharral at Ackerly.
The Borden County Coyotes are still seeking their first win of the season but gave Sterling City, last year’s state champs, quite a scare Friday night at Gail.
Replacing a coaching legend like Perri Clark when it comes to high school cross country and track in this area would be a definite challenge for anyone.
After being sidelined for much of the first month of play, Klondike junior spiker Bella Stevens is now showing why she has received so much attention on the volleyball court.