LPR photos by Mary Elizabeth Davis and Russel Skiles
With only the top two finishers in each event guaranteed a spot in the state meet, Lamesa senior Isabelle Moreau couldn’t help but wonder if her high school track career was over after finishing third in the long jump at last weekend’s Region I-3A Track Meet at Abilene Christian University.
By now, most high school sports fans are well aware that the Sands Mustangs have one of the fastest Class 1A 1,600-meter boys relay teams in the state.
After watching a talented group of Golden Tornado senior softball players have their careers cut short last spring due to COVID-19, most local fans didn’t know what to expect this year.
Golden Tornado head tennis coach Jose Lucio and his wife Tina became the proud parents of their fourth son Monday afternoon at Lubbock.
After losing to Denver City and Littlefield in a couple of District 3-3A baseball games earlier this month, the Golden Tornadoes have enjoyed the sweet taste of revenge in their last two outings.
Due to COVID-19, it’s been close to a year since the last time the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course hosted a golf tournament.
Wherever the State Tennis Tournament ends up being played next month, there will be plenty of Columbia Blue and Red to be found.
After a somewhat sluggish start to the season, the O’Donnell High School baseball team could very well be playing some of their best baseball here at the end.
The Borden County Coyotes will begin the Class 1A softball playoffs this weekend, and Coach Rusty Rainbolt believes his squad has what it takes to make a deep run on the diamond.