Growing up as a coach’s son, Kolt Moreland has spent most of his life around athletics.
The Golden Tornadoes have ended a 19-year playoff drought at the high school level in football and their future is looking good as well.
After getting 45’d at the half of last year’s game against his high school alma mater Borden County, O’Donnell Eagle coach Fernando Baeza had hopes of giving the tradition-rich Coyotes a better game Friday night at Gail.
The Sands Mustangs took a break from district play this week, but hosting Rankin’s junior varsity Thursday evening was anything but a break.
Klondike took a successful first step in the Class 1A volleyball playoffs Thursday at Dimmitt by spiking Fort Elliott Briscoe, 25-20, 25-17 and 25-17, in a battle of the Cougars.
Due to this week’s icy weather, O’Donnell Coach Peoria Clark had to wait until Thursday afternoon to watch her Eagles run in the District 6A Cross Country Championships but it was worth the wait.
It was only fitting that Savina ‘Nana’ Cuellar’s body passed by the city’s softball park this past week as part of her funeral procession.
The Lamesa Golden Tornadoes started the week preparing for a game which could send them to the football playoffs for the first time since 2001.
Despite frigid conditions here Monday, the District 8A Cross Country Championship meet was still run at Lamesa’s Forrest Park.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers finished their season here Monday evening, falling to playoff-bound Littlefield in three sets, 25-13, 25-11 and 25-16.