As most fans continue holding their breath wondering if there will truly be a 2020 high school football season, Lamesa High School ex Koby Page can’t help but be a little anxious about his 13th season in coaching.
Don’t expect Lamesa High School’s new head volleyball coach Logan Lockard to get a lot of sleep this weekend.
Niatha Cullen officially makes her debut at the helm of the Klondike Cougars’ volleyball program on Tuesday at Big Spring as the Class 1A Cougars take the court against the Class 4A Big Spring Steers and Class 2A Forsan Buffaloes.
Golden Tornado new head football coach Joseph Hood welcomed 70 out Monday evening to the first official day of practice.
If the first day of high school volleyball practice is any kind of sign it’s no wonder Coach Logan Lockhard can’t wait to see what the next three or four months have in store.
Like most high school football players across the state, the Dawson Dragons are thrilled about getting the chance to crank up practices again this week.
As much as things like the strength and conditioning as well as the specific sports workouts this summer helped, the real show starts Monday in the head coaching career of Lamesa High School volleyball coach Logan Lockhard.
Proving herself as one of the best high school hurdlers in the state during at her time with the Golden Tors, Brittney Roberts Irby grew accustomed to clearing new heights.
The Klondike Cougars have become regulars at the Region I-IA Volleyball Tournament in San Angelo.
After growing up in Littlefield, Joseph Hood has a good idea of what tradition’s worth.