The Wink Wildcats are a prime example that it really doesn’t matter in high school football how many A’s are besides a school’s name.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers enjoyed the sweet taste of revenge here this past Saturday afternoon at the new Lamesa High School Gym.
Klondike sophomore sensation Jared Quintanilla returned to form last Friday night at Jim and Pat Nance Field leading the Cougars to a big 78-30 win over the Ira Bulldogs. That game was stopped early in the third quarter on six-man’s 45-point mercy rule.
Next up: Eagles host the Klondike Cougars in O’Donnell
A big second quarter last Friday night at Highland, helped the Borden County Coyotes blow open what had been a close game, as the Gail gang is now 5-0 after stinging the Hornets, 54-24.
A strong finish last Friday night at Ackerly turned out being just enough for the Sands Mustangs who held off the Loraine Bulldogs, 70-62, for their third win of this season.
As much progress as the Golden Tornadoes’ JV football team has made this season now they just need to work on putting two good halves together.
The Klondike Cougars’ volleyball team got its 17th match victory of this season this past Tuesday evening at Colorado City where they spiked the 3A Wolves, 25-21, 25-12 and 2518.
A rather jittery start didn’t keep the Golden Tornado volleyballers from writing a successful first chapter to Golden Tornado volleyball history. By winning the first match ever in the new Lamesa High School gym Tuesday, they did just that, but they had to go the distance to do so.
After coming out on the short end in this fall’s first four district team tennis matches the Golden Tornadoes reached that point where they were about ready to try anything to turn around their luck Tuesday evening at Levelland.