After dropping the first game in last week’s Class 1A regional quarterfinal baseball playoff series against Hamlin, the Borden County Coyotes found their backs against the wall. But they came
Sands High School freshman Landry Morrow proved on Friday she should be someone to watch in the Class 1A hurdles during the next three years. Competing on high school track’s
Monday evening’s Golden Tornado sports banquet will be a homecoming of sorts.
In their fifth straight playoff appearance the Borden County Coyotes’ baseball squad appeared to be on the verge of a playoff series victory Thursday afternoon.
The weekend that 12 of this area’s high school athletes have been looking forward to has arrived. They will be competing this Friday and Saturday in the UIL State Track
Hermleigh has been good to Borden County’s baseball squad. It was at Hermleigh a couple of weeks ago where the Coyotes shut out Rotan to book their fifth straight trip
One of their best seasons in school history ended on a tough note for Lamesa High School’s softball team on Saturday afternoon in Andrews. Falling to the Andrews Mustangs, 8-1,
Borden County’s softball girls should not have much trouble getting pumped up for another playoff game this coming weekend. Number one, being in the regional semifinals this weekend means that
Splitting their first two games, the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes and Andrews Lady Mustangs were scheduled to play a deciding third game of their area playoff softball series on Saturday at
Finding trouble hitting the ball, the O’Donnell Eagles fell 11-4 to Crosbyton on Friday night in the first game of their Class 1A baseball bi-district playoff series at Lubbock Coronado’s