New Dawson Dragons head football coach and athletic director Corey Savage believes one of the first steps in building any successful program is building relationships.
Southwest Volleyball’s Golden Tornadoes’ Players Camp, which has been scheduled for next Friday and Saturday at the Lamesa High School gym will be bringing a Golden Tor ex back to town.
Mario Dimas’ team shot a 27 Wednesday evening to win the weekly scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
From the pee wees into the college ranks, former Lamesans Darrian Doederlein Roberson and Shelby Doederlein Jones spent most of their lives as softball teammates.
After baffling opposing batters this past spring for the Golden Tornadoes, it looked like Cam Diaz had just about figured out the art of pitching.
It was a good weekend for area talent in the annual Texas Six-Man Coaches Association’s all-star games at Wichita Falls, but probably nobody went home smiling more than O’Donnell’s Maddye Sumners.
While Borden County’s Haddie Flanigan and Rexie Sanders continue being recognized among the best high school softball talent in the state, the big news concerning the Coyotes’ softball program is “Who’ll be the next head coach?”
Mario Dimas’s team shot a 29 here Wednesday evening to win the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course’s weekly golf scramble.
The Borden County Coyotes and Klondike Cougars will kick off the upcoming football season ranked among the best six-man teams in the state: Borden County second in Division I and Klondike eighth in DII.
Although they failed to bring home any awards from last weekend’s West Texas USA Youth All-Star Softball Tournament at San Angelo, the general consensus among three of the local teams’ coaches is that their squads came back a lot better players than when they left.