Despite getting swept this past Monday evening at always tough Denver City in their final matches of this season, Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers still went out on a relatively high note.
A strong start turned out being just enough for Borden County’s basketball girls last Friday night at Brownfield. The stateranked Coyotes held off the tradition rich Whitharral Panthers, 62-59, in the area round of the Class 1A state playoffs.
After getting their first girls basketball playoff win in over 30 years earlier in the week, the O’Donnell girls ran into a roadblock last Thursday night Denver City.
If there was any doubt just how good the Spearman Lynx are, there’s definitely none in the minds of the Golden Tornadoes after Friday night’s area round game at Amarillo Tascosa.
With last week’s big win at Grady, Klondike’s basketball boys captured their first district championship on the hardwoods in nearly 30 years.
Great hours of dedication and determination have helped the Golden Tornado power lifting girls make true on their coaches’ lofty prediction.
Sands’ girls basketball team finished its season in strong fashion winning 12 out of their last 16 games.
The Golden Tornadoes’ softball squad started its season on the right foot here last Friday evening at Joe Spikes Field.
After getting drubbed 13-3 in last season’s opener at Coahoma, the Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad enjoyed the sweet taste of revenge here Monday evening at Joe Spikes Field.